101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up is a comprehensive list of kid-friendly books for children to read before they grow up. This manual is divided by subject, from fairy tales and fantasy, to sports and nonfiction. 101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up celebrates the importance of reading and encourages family participation to help develop lifelong readers.read more, click here...
Using their camouflage techniques, animals can blend into their surroundings becoming “invisible” to the passing eye, and with a little luck, readers can search and find each animal in this interactive look at animals in nature. 38 photographs, many taken by contributors to National Geographic, challenge the readers to locate a silvereye songbird perched in a leafy tree, an orchid mantis on a plant, a pygmy seahorse curled up in sea fan coral, a gray wolf in a birch tree forest, and many other examples.read more, click here...
This is the marvelously illustrated, authentic account of one season in the life of a salmon fisherman. Told by fisherman Gary Kent and award-winning children’s illustrator Kim La Fave, they make the wharfs, boats, fishermen and villages of the BC coast come alive.
In Lingít (Tlingit), the words for colors come from comparisons to animals, plants, and natural objects found in Southeast Alaska. Learn some of the ways to say the names of colors in Lingít!read more, click here...
This graphically stunning visual reference is an introduction to maritime communication through nautical flags, along with morse code, the phonetic alphabet, and semaphore signaling.
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