The perfect mealtime book and an ideal first read-aloud book, this new addition to the popular Baby Faces series has appealing photos of multicultural babies and toddlers, and a brief rhyming text.Babies are mesmerized by other babies -- and the strikingly candid photos in EAT! will keep little ones spellbound. Roberta Grobel Intrater's vibrant photographs capture the many endearing expressions kids make as they're first learning to eat -- everything from the four basic food groups to yummy desserts. Each book contains five spreads and sturdy board pages with rounded corners for safe handling by little ones, and the small convenient size is just right for taking along. Coupled with the simple, rhyming text, this is a perfect mealtime book and an ideal first read-aloud book,Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 8/1/2002Pages: 10Reading Level: Age 1 and Up
Appetizing apples, bananas, and oranges fill the sturdy pages of Eat, whetting the appetite of young readers everywhere.Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 3/3/2010Pages: 5Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
Every day, in every way, babies eat. From bottles and breasts, trays and bowls. With fingers and with spoons. Join these babies as they explore and enjoy the many foods that help them grow healthy and strong. Hungry baby, food's so yummy. Look at how it fills your tummy. Bouncy rhythms and bright photos and illustrations are sure to capture baby's attention. Includes tips for parents and care providers. Happy Healthy Baby series What can baby do today? Move . . . and reach, play, eat, cuddle, and rest. Busy babies grow healthy and strong as they move about, discovering the many things they can do! Appealing photographs and whimsical illustrations capture the moments and moods of baby's day; rhythm and rhyme hold baby's attention. As the books are shared with them, babies absorb concepts of love, safety, and confidence. These sturdy-format books reflect what every parent wants: a happy, healthy baby. A perfect gift for baby showers, newborns, and birthdays. Includes tips for parents and care providers. A perfect gift for baby showers, newborns, and birthdays.Book Details:-Format: Board Book-Publication Date: 7/1/2013-Pages: 22-Reading Level: Age 0 and Up
Conquer the challenges and Capture the Grid in this game of wit, creativity and skill! This on-the-go hands-on learning resource for ages 8 and up is perfect for parents and teachers. This action-packed game will have children racing to complete all the zany challenges to win the game! Players can also work in teams to complete missions to allow them to capture spaces on the grid. The team with the most spaces once the grid is full wins the game. Games are an ideal resource for small-group activities, hands-on learning, and basic skill reinforcement at home, on-the-go, or in the classroom. Includes 1 game board, 128 challenge cards, 192 token cards, and 1-minute sand timer. 4-8 players. Brighter Child Games provide children with specific challenges that are fun, clever, and engaging. The games offer hands-on applications for the classroom, home, or on the go. Bright, colorful game boards and game pieces will instantly grab children's attention. The simple, yet fun and creative, game play will keep children engaged for hours. Games also foster vital social skills and teamwork, and help children master visual perception and hand-eye coordination. The unique look, compact packaging, and educational focus also make these games perfect gifts! Book Details:Format: Special FormatPublication Date: 1/9/2013Pages: 322Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Can you keep a secret? Who will you be in You Who?, a mystery guessing game for ages 6 and up. Go undercover and be the first to the finish without being discovered to complete your mission! Great for small groups in classroom settings, at home, or on the go, You Who? will keep children playing, interacting, and learning for hours! Games are an ideal resource for small-group activities, hands-on learning, and basic skill reinforcement. Includes game board, 12 character cards, 4 character cheat sheets, 80 object cards, 4 game pieces and 1 die. 2-4 players.Brighter Child Games provide children with specific challenges that are fun, clever, and engaging. The games offer hands-on applications for the classroom, home, or on the go. Bright, colorful game boards and game pieces will instantly grab children's attention. The simple, yet fun and creative, game play will keep children engaged for hours. Games also foster vital social skills and teamwork, and help children master visual perception and hand-eye coordination. The unique look, compact packaging, and educational focus also make these games perfect gifts! Book Details:Format: Special FormatPublication Date: 1/9/2013Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
A major relaunch of Dav Pilkey's Dumb Bunnies! Value-priced paper-over-board hardcovers with foil Meet the Dumb Bunnies. They eat lunch in a carwash. They go bowling in a library. And they ice-skate on the bottom of a lake. Everything the Dumb Bunnies do is REALLY dumb--but lots of fun.One stormy morning, the Dumb Bunnies decide it's perfect beach weather, so they pack up their car, jump on their bikes, and head for the sand. Waste a few brain cells and spend a silly, action-packed day with the Dumb Bunnies!Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 9/1/2007Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
From nutrition expert Annabel Karmel comes a series of books on healthy eating for the very youngest readers. By instilling children with good attitudes toward food and nutrition at a young age, these books pave the way for a lifetime of healthy eating habits. I Can Eat a Rainbow teaches kids how to eat healthy by enjoying a "rainbow" of food, from purple plums to red apples to greens like spinach and celery. Each two-page spread focuses on food of a different color.Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 3/30/2009Pages: 18Reading Level: Age 1 and Up
Harper Collins Parents Need to Eat Too It is an undeniable truth: Parents Need to Eat Too! Food and parenting writer Debbie Koenig addresses the dilemma faced by so many parents coping with the demands of a new baby by offering simple, healthy, and delicious recipes for moms and dads who are too sleep-deprived, too frazzled, or simply too busy to cook nutritious meals for themselves. From dinners that can be eaten with one hand while you hold baby to slow cooker culinary masterpieces to full courses that can be readied while baby naps, Parents Need to Eat Too is chock full of delicious, easy to make recipes, helpful kitchen tips, and real solutions to real problems faced by hungry parents.Product Measures: 7 3/8 by 9 1/4Recommended Ages: - years
Meet Jake, Amanda, and Cass. Jake has serious issues. He and mega-hot, mega-intimidating Amanda Blake both just turned into zombies, and accidentally went on a brain-devouring rampage in their school cafeteria. On the plus side, Amanda finally knows his name. Now Jake and Amanda are on the run, desperately hoping that the rumors of a zombie cure in Iowa are true. Meanwhile, over in Washington, DC, Cass is a normal teenager. Well, aside from being a psychic working for the government to help them catch and destroy zombies. Sure, there are some things that suck about being a teen zombie hunter, but whatever. Everything will be fine if she just does her job. Unless somebody discovers her weird psychic crush on Jake, who happens to be the government's number-one target. . . . If Jake and Amanda are going to make it to Iowa, they're going to have to eat a whole lot of brains. And Cass is going to have to decide where her loyalties lie. Things are about to get messy-fast.
Anything but an ordinary activity book--and it's ready to be destroyed!This is no ordinary activity book. It's a chance to ignore everything your parent, teacher and bossy big sister have ever told you about what NOT to do to books. Because with this book -- anything goes. Learn how to step through an ordinary page (you'll need scissors), make a water bomb (you'll need, er, water!) and discover creative talents you never knew you had as you tear, snip, stamp, stick, rip, splash, and generally destroy this book! Rule number one: THERE ARE NO RULES.
Our life is full of things - from chocolate to cereal, football to flowers - and they all have logos. But could you name them if you saw them? Logo is the game that puts your consumer knowledge to the test. Show off your knowledge of popular brands in this hilarious family game of pop-culture. The first person to make it into the winners circle and answer all the questions correctly wins. Tap into the knowledge you've piled up over the years and discover astonishing facts and surprises that will entertain the entire family. Puts your consumer knowledge to the test. Great pop-culture fun for the whole family. 400 game cards. Ages 12+.Features include: -Puts your consumer knowledge to the test -Great pop-culture fun for the whole family-400 game cards-Recommended for ages 12+
The Game of Light (Board Book)The Game of Light is an inventive game of storytelling with shadows. Part of a bright and lively series of board books that work like a game. Full color.Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 3/30/2011Pages: 14Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
Part of a bright and lively series of board books that work like a game, "The Game of Patterns" is a bright, interactive game of spot the difference. Full color.Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 3/30/2011Pages: 14Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
The Game of Sculpture The first truly interactive book about sculpture for children that enables them to create their own unique piece of art. A wildly imaginative and creative book from the series of board books that work like a game from bestselling illustrator, Herve Tullet.
The Game in the Dark A glow-in-the-dark book that will bring the universe to life! Travel to the moon, dance with the stars, bounce around the universe - from your own home. Part of a bright and lively series of board books that work like a game from bestselling illustrator, Herve Tullet
Mindware Qwirkle Board Game Qwirkle is as simple as matching colors and shapes, but also requires tactical maneuvers and well-planned strategy. Earn points by building rows and columns of blocks that share a common shape or color. Look for opportunities to score big by placing a tile that touches multiple pieces with matching attributes. The player with the most points wins! Why You'll Love It: The simple setup makes this an instant favorite for younger kids, while older players will enjoy strategizing to win. Age: 6 and up Features- For 2 to 4 players- Playing time approximately 45 minutes- Winner of Parent's Choice Gold Award and Mensa National Competition- A fun twist on Scrabble and matching games- A great introduction to strategy games- Fun for players of all ages Includes: 108 wooden blocks Recommended Ages:6 and up
The bestselling, award-winning team of Yolen and Teague are back with another playful dinosaur tale--a third full-length picture book about how dinosaurs behave at mealtime.How does a dinosaur eat all his food?Does he burp, does he belch, or make noises quite rude?Does he pick at his cereal, throw down his cup,hoping to make someone else pick it up? Just like kids, dinosaurs have a difficult time learning to behave at the table. However, with a little help from Mom and Dad, these young dinosaurs eat all before them with smiles and goodwill. As in their previous books, Yolen and Teague capture children's rambunctious natures with playful read-aloud verse and wonderfully amusing pictures.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 9/1/2005Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
Fascinating…Unbelievable…Gross! These are just a few of the responses readers will hear when they impress their friends with facts from the quirky new book of body trivia, Why You Shouldn't Eat Your Boogers & Other Useless or Gross Information About Your Body by Francesca Gould. This collection of little-known facts about the human body answers the questions you have always wanted to ask but never dared to, such as: Can smoking make your teeth fall out? Is it safe to eat moldy food after the mold’s been cut off? Do intelligent people have bigger brains? How do astronauts poo in space? The book also offers many unbelievable-but-true historical factoids about the body. For example: Have you ever heard of Dr. Strangelove Syndrome? It’s a rare condition caused by damage to certain parts in the brain, which results in a person’s hand acting independently and taking on a life of its own. Did you know that there is also a rare condition called Foreign Accent Syndrome, which results in people suddenly developing a foreign accent? Have you ever wondered if a heart transplant could change your personality? The short answer is, yes! Did you know that men used hair gel 2000 years ago during the Iron Age? Why You Shouldn't Eat Your Boogers offers of cornucopia of body trivia that will have readers cringing with delight! You can read it on the subway, in the bathroom, or even in a heavy downpour! For contrary to popular belief, according to this book, you cannot catch cold by standing in the rain! Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 4/17/2008Pages: 240Reading Level: Age 18 and Up
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