Discover how all kinds of animals bathe in this playful exploration of bath time in the animal kingdom! Learn how tiny shrimp aid eels in keeping their teeth squeaky clean, and how schools of fish help sharks stay spic and span.
Whether on a cross-country road trip or a quick jaunt across town, there s no end to what a child can see from the backseat of a car. Using familiar road signs, this striking book introduces little ones not just to the alphabet but also to the world around them.
When celebrated author Susan Rubin is let loose in The Museum of Contemporary Art's world-renowned permanent collection, she discovers that rules were meant to be broken-by artists. Breaking the Rules: What is Contemporary Art? presents a captivating introduction for youthful audiences to twenty-five contemporary artists who demonstrate that art can be thought provoking, electrifying, lovable, fantastic, eerie, mischievous, gravity-defying, and more.
The books in the new workshop series describe different methods of learning, from educational activities to explanatory pamphlets to poetic play. The illuminating, gentle genius of Bruno Munari offers basic instructions and plenty of stimuli, suggestions, and illustrative pictures to get adults and children, teachers and students working together.
First published in 1960, this is the cheerful tale of the resourcefulness of a pig family. On the day before Christmas, each of the four Mellop brothers get the same idea--to surprise the family with a special Christmas tree