Don't count your chickens ... but do count your eggs, fish, and elephants! Distinctive Flensted Mobiles are featured in this innovative counting book. Young readers can count from one to ten and back again, by twos or threes, and can even find solutions to simple word problems.
The fun facts that kids need to become a well-trained Christmas elf! Bold, colorful illustrations and a sleighful of festive Christmas facts give children everything they need to know about the most popular holiday in the world. Join Franklin and his classmates at Elf Elementary, where the required courses include Tree Trimming, Cookie Decorating, and the hardest and most important class of all: Geography.
Even more fascinating and bizarre facts to excite and entertain young readers! How to talk like a pirate . . . which snakes can eat a 6-foot crocodile . . . whose favorite food is caterpillar milk . . . who holds the world record for the loudest burp . . . and many, many more! Packed with useless facts that are essential to know, Even More Children's Miscellany collects the best of the smart, the silly, and the strange. Ages 9-12.
Sue Anne Morrow has lived and worked as an actor in New York City since 1992. She and her husband Jim have two sons, Griffith and Rowan, who are each very helpful in their very own way. This is her first book. CG Williams was an actor in New York City for fifteen years. She now lives in Salt Lake City with her helpful husband and daughter, and less helpful kittens. This is her first illustrated book.
Open this elegant pop-up book and celebrate the true meaning of Christmas! Lyrical words describe how the Star of Bethlehem lit the sky over the first Christmas, and how it shines still today: as families gather, as gifts are given, as we celebrate our love for one another, and as we wish for peace and joy for the world.