Melissa & Doug Police Officer Puppet Melissa & Doug Police Officer Puppet is here to keep the neighborhood safe. The wooden rod helps kid manage hand movement, too. Why You'll Love It: Keep trouble away in a friendly way. Age: 3 years and up Features Life-like puppet with a working mouth Wooden stick to control arm movement Crafted for durability and quality Recommended Ages:3 – 10
Meet Brian, the invisible boy. Nobody ever seems to notice him or think to include him in their group, game, or birthday party . . . until, that is, a new kid comes to class.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 10/8/2013Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
Have you ever wondered, pondered, quizzically thought? Have questions and queries made you distraught? If you have the need to inquire, Then you might require A book such as this. (It’s not to be missed) Pull up a chair, throw your hand in the air He’ll answer your questions …and answer with flare! For all those "why why why" kid out there, Calef Brown has a few questions of his own: Is water scared of waterfalls? Are clam bakes good for bake sales? Are phones annoyed when no one calls? Do jealous clouds steal each other's thunder? Each question is wackier than the last and is sure to drum up some good laughs…there’s no question about that!Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 6/28/2011Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
It's Christmas Eve, and this police officer is on patrol. He encounters Sergeant Kringle, who takes over his patrol so the cop can go home to his family. This whimsical illustrated tale for young readers is a tribute to law-enforcement officers everywhere.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 9/2/2010Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 5 and Up
Bad Cop's PursuitIt's high-speed action as Bad Cop chases Emmet along the train tracks in his flying police car. Flip out the lasers under Bad Cop's car hood and unleash the laser cannons hidden underneath the doors. Watch out for the collapsing train bridge! There's double trouble as Bad Cop fires his new blaster and the poseable Robo Crocodiles with huge snapping jaws and police lights on their back wait below. And when all seems lost for Emmet, turn the head on Bad Cop to transform him into Good Cop! Includes 2 minifigures with a weapon and assorted accessories: Emmet and Bad Cop. Limit 2 per customer
Munchkin Axe Cop Axe Cop is a cop. With an axe. And he knows how to use it. Axe Cop is the hit webcomic written by Malachai Nicolle (age 5) and drawn by his brother Ethan (age 29). Along with his friends Dinosaur Soldier and Sockarang, Axe Cop fights crime by fighting the bad guys and chopping their heads off. Fans know Axe Cop, it's a webcomic and a comic book series from Dark Horse. There's only one game that can match the anything-goes feeling of Axe Cop: Munchkin. Chop the bad guys' heads off and take their stuff.Recommended Ages:10 – 15
LEGO Movie Bad Cop Key Light Are your Master Builder minifigures hiding? Just pull out your key ring and THE LEGO MOVIE character, Bad Cop will track them down. This oversized minifigure has bright LED lights in his feet and legs that you can move to point the beams in different directions. Press the button to light the way!
There's this boy. Let's say he's somewhere between nine and thirteen years old or so. You'd like to see this kid get creative. You'd like to see him get some exercise. You'd like to see him get out from in front of the television. And you'd love for him to be motivated enough to find some stuff to do on his own.This boy NEEDS The Big Book of Boy Stuff!This thick, durable book includes fascinating chapters on gross stuff, magic, emergencies, fireworks, games, experiments, jokes, activities, insults, pets, flying things, and, of course, duct tape.Boys can learn fun experiments such as how to create a "Monster in a Box" using a shoebox, a flowerpot, and a potato. Next, they an work on building a pneumatic rocket made out of a lip balm tube and air. The sky is truly the limit when it comes to these fun and entertaining projects. No boyhood is complete without a copy! The Big Book of Boy Stuff has all the important information that boys just have to know: How can I make a rocket? What do I do if I get a bean stuck up my nose? How can I make lightning without killing myself? Where can I find new practical jokes? What is the best way to poop outside? How do I tell a girl I like her? Why would I tell a girl I like her? How many mosquitoes does it take to suck all the blood out of a person? What's that smell? . . . and many, many more! The veteran of many water-balloon wars, Bart King has twice won the prized "Arrested Development" award from the New York Society of Amateur Psychologists. He has been a middle-school teacher for the past fifteen years. This is his first book, unless you count that other one he wrote. Bart has interviewed hundreds of the country's wisest guys and smartest alecks for the incredible material in The Big Book of Boy StuffBook Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 7/15/2004Pages: 312
Franklin D. Roosevelt was born into one of the wealthiest families in America, yet this ultimate rich kid grew up to do more for ordinary Americans than any other president. This appealing picture book biography shows how, from childhood on, FDR was compassionate, cheerful, determined, and enormously likable. Though he had private tutors as a young boy and later attended an elite boys' school, he played pranks and had down-to-earth fun just like any boy today. Kathleen Krull's animated picture book biography focuses on FDR's childhood years through his entry as a young man into politics and his battle with polio. A summary of his achievements as president and a chronology of his life are included. The well-researched text and the evocative illustrations by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher provide an inspiring introduction to one of our greatest presidents.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 12/28/2010Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
No kid knows more about zoo life than Whit. That's because he sleeps, eats and even attends home-school at the Meadowbrook Zoo. It's one of the perks of having a mother who's the zoo director and a father who's the head elephant keeper. Now that he's eleven, Whit feels trapped by the rules and routine of zoo life. With so many exotic animals, it's easy to get overlooked. But when Whit notices a mysterious girl who visits every day to draw the birds, suddenly the zoo becomes much more interesting. Who is the Bird Girl? And why does she come by herself to the zoo? Determined to gain her trust, Whit takes the Bird Girl on his own personal tour of the zoo. He shows her his favorite animals and what happens with them behind the scenes. For Whit, having a friend his own age that he can talk to is an exciting new experience. For Stella the Bird Girl, the zoo and Whit are a necessary escape from her chaotic home life. Together they take risks in order to determine where it is they each belong. But when Stella asks Whit for an important and potentially dangerous favor, Whit discovers how complicated friendship and freedom-- can be. Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 10/16/2012Pages: 288Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
No kid knows more about zoo life than Whit. That's because he sleeps, eats, and even attends home-school at the Meadowbrook Zoo. It's one of the perks of having a mother who's the zoo director and a father who's the head elephant keeper. Now that he's eleven, Whit feels trapped by the rules and routine of zoo life. With so many exotic animals, it's easy to get overlooked. But when Whit notices a mysterious girl who visits every day to draw the birds, suddenly the zoo becomes much more interesting. Who is the Bird Girl? And why does she come by herself to the zoo?Determined to gain her trust, Whit takes the Bird Girl on his own personal tour of the zoo. He shows her his favorite animals and what happens with them behind the scenes. For Whit, having a friend his own age that he can talk to is an exciting new experience. For Stella the Bird Girl, the zoo and Whit are a necessary escape from her chaotic home life. Together they take risks in order to determine where it is they each belong. But when Stella asks Whit for an important and potentially dangerous favor, Whit discovers how complicated friendship-and freedom-can beBook Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 6/24/2014Pages: 304Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
John Okada was born in Seattle, Washington in 1923. He attended the University of Washington and Columbia University. He served in the U.S. Army in World War II, wrote one novel and died of a heart attack at the age of 47. John Okada died in obscurity believing that Asian America had rejected his work.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 1/1/1979Pages: 176
Kids with autism have a hard time communicating, which can be frustrating for autistic kids and for their peers. In this intimate yet practical book, author Daniel Stefanski, a fourteen-year-old boy with autism, helps readers understand why autistic kids act the way they do and offers specific suggestions on how to get along with them. While many "typical" kids know someone with autism, they sometimes misunderstand the behavior of autistic kids, which can seem antisocial or even offensive-even if the person with autism really wants to be friends. The result of this confusion is often painful for those with autism: bullying, teasing, excluding, or ignoring. How to Talk to an Autistic is an antidote. Written by an autistic kid for non-autistic kids, it provides personal stories, knowledgeable explanations, and supportive advice-all in Daniel's unique and charming voice and accompanied by lively illustrations. Always straightforward and often humorous, How to Talk to an Autistic Kid will give readers-kids and adults alike-the confidence and tools needed to befriend autistic kids. They'll also feel like they've made a friend already-Daniel. Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 4/1/2011Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 9 and Up
This six-book series centers around two 23rd century goofballs, Tuna and Herby, who travel back in time to study TJ Finkelstein for their history project. TJ will someday become a great leader who demonstrates honesty, integrity, thoughtfulness, self-sacrifice, respect for others'all traits she hones and grasps through her adventures in this series. Unfortunately, Tuna and Herby get stuck in TJ's time (modern day), so she has to deal with their schemes while juggling the normal issues of a seventh grader who has moved to a new city, is trying to fit in, and is coping with her mother's death and her family's new life. In New Kid Catastrophes, TJ accidentally makes an enemy of Hesper Breakahart, the superstar who attends their school. And Tuna and Herby's attempts to help just lead to one disaster after another. In the end, TJ is still very unpopular, but she learns the value of looking past appearances and gains a few friends'and the attention of the most popular boy in school.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 5/19/2011Pages: 192Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Kevin Midas is sick of being picked on, teased and tormented. So when he finds a pair of magical sunglasses that give him the power to do--well, anything--he couldn't be happier. At first, Kevin spends his time pulling ice cream cones out of the air and getting every video game he ever wanted. But then he turns to darker wishes. What if he used the glasses to get revenge? In Neal Shusterman's dark fantasy, one boy finds out that sometimes, getting everything you want can be deadly.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 11/10/2009Pages: 176Reading Level: Age 12 and Up
Come along with Caillou, where growing up is the greatest adventure of all! Big Kid Caillou: Caillou learns a lesson about the importance of not hiding who you really are. Caillou's Glasses: Caillou realizes how important good vision is after making a pretend pair of glasses. Caillou's Dance Party: Caillou learns there's more than one way to do things when Miss Martin throws a dance party at preschool. Helping Mrs. Howard: Caillou comes to realize that friendship is often the best form of help, when Mrs. Howard sprains her ankle. Caillou's Fun Run: Caillou learns that not every race is about winning when he and Grandpa enter a charity `fun run'. The New Girl: When a new girl arrives at preschool, Caillou decides to welcome her after remembering what it was like to be the new boy.
What modern boy or girl wouldn’t want to be called Precious Child,” as parents in ancient China referred to their children? Or wear a beautiful silk brocade jacket, as wealthy youngsters did? Or nibble on a crunchy roasted cricket? This fun book explores every aspect of life for Chinese children way back when,” from distinctive toys like a live pet” dragonfly to hand-made lesson books to shopping at the exciting markets or strolling down the Silk Road in search of treasures. Vivid illustrations, detailed historical background, and a glossary bring this intriguing time to life for young readers.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 2/15/2007Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
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