What looks like a hardcover, beautifully illustrated book opens to a 3D super world! Choose from a city scene, an evil laboratory or fire and ice cave. Add in any one of twelve characters and your child can create a different story every time they open the book. This is one book I will never tire of reading my grandchildren since each adventure is ours to create.
Have you ever tried researching how something works or wanted to learn about something scientific and just ended up more confused? If so, those days are over! Grab this book and get learning. Cameras, smart phones, skyscrapers, self-driving cars and robots are just a few things that this book tackles. With great colorful illustrations and diagrams, this book takes complex topics and boils them down to their most fundamental nature so that anyone can understand the mystery behind how things actually work. As a bonus, there are profiles on scientists, innovators and engineers as well as fun life hacks. This is a great jumping off point for a young person to be introduced to science and technology.
Welcome to 8-year-old Jasmine’s life: always too young to do the fun things, always watching her older sister go first. Yuk! Well, this year, when it’s time for making Mochi, she has a secret plan to get involved. Get a glimpse of Japanese-American life and see how much Jasmine is just like you! Also, try out the recipe for Mochi included. Great new series!
Cressida is the only one who can see Princess Sunbeam, a unicorn who needs her help. Follow along on her adventures into the Rainbow Realm and meet the other princess unicorns too!
With spare text, Bodden focusses on the science of playing the game, including experiments for kids to do at home. A great primer for kids interested in playing football or just learning more about how the game works from a biomechanical point of view. Action photographs illustrate the text.
Learn about Plesiosaur and other dinosaurs they shared the ocean with in this easy to read book with well-drawn images. Perfect for kids who love dinosaurs and want a more realistic perspective.
Astronomer and artist David Aguilar picks the 7 most awesome places to go in the solar system. Gorgeous illustrations bring us up close to the places, and there is just the right amount of information to keep the most ardent space fan happy. Very cool!
This magical and musical adventure is one you don't want to miss out on! Join Harper on her mission to find her cat Midnight, and the rest of the cats from the city of clouds, when they suddenly vanish!
This is the kind of series where you need to read Every. Single. One. Harriet is still hilarious, she still uses her wits to save the day, and, she still needs Wilbur sometimes. But it’s all done in fresh new ways. Perfect for graphic novel fans whose parents want paragraphs in their children’s books.
How did your first day of school go? Marvin the beetle's was great ... until he gets separated from James! His big adventure just got bigger!
Everyone calls her “Daisy Dreamer” and I can see why. What an imagination! One minute she’s a detective and the next she’s a princess. Then she’s a blanket monster and her cat is a spy. But when Daisy gets a journal, her imagination moves to a whole new level. Find out what happens in this delightfully sweet story.
Reluctant readers and reluctant campers alike will love this entertaining companion to Gone Fishing!
Based on a concept by Diary of a Wimpy Kid author Jeff Kinney, Poptropica is a graphic novel adventure series! The Secret Society is the third in a series Lincoln Pierce (Big Nate) is raving about. Start at the beginning with Mystery of the Map!
Have you even dreamed of tending to your own garden? Anna Cheng certainly has. And when given a few packets of seeds and a copy of The Secret Garden, she begins to make that dream a reality in her new home’s big backyard. With her new friend, Laura, whose family also just moved in, Anna clears the land, tills the soil and scatters some seeds into the ground.
But when poison ivy, and a rainy autumn make a mudpile out of both the garden and the girls’ friendship, Anna must learn to wait, and watch how things can grow despite strain.
This prequel to The Year of the Book is a beautiful story about sharing passion, maintaining friendships, and the payoff of hard work.
While away on a camping trip with her family, Olivia stumbles across Forest in the woods. But Forest isn’t just another child from the campground-- he’s a wild child. Olivia is thrilled when she convinces her dad to let Forest come home, and stay with them--even with his one condition. And that one condition sure is a tall order, even for Olivia. She must teach Forest how to behave properly by the end of the week, when her grandmother is scheduled to visit. Will she be able to do it? Packed with silly situations, and lovable characters, this hilarious start to a new series is a great summer read for avid and reluctant young readers, alike.