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  • Field Trip to the Moon

    Blast-off on a field trip to the moon and discover what happens to one student when she is accidentally left behind.

    Get ready for blast-off on an adventure to the moon! With stunning original artwork by John Hare and charming text by bestselling and award-winning author Jeanne Willis, Field Trip to the Moon is a wonderfully witty story about exploration, creativity and making friends in the most unlikely places.

    It’s not every day you find yourself on a field trip to the moon, let alone stranded in outer space! But for one student that’s exactly what happens when her curiosity separates her from the rest of her class. Why wouldn’t you take the opportunity to get your crayons out, look back and draw planet Earth?

    Alone on the moon, she sits down to draw. But could there be an even bigger surprise when she realises she’s not alone? What would someone that lived on the moon even look like? Be prepared to find out what happens when you reach out to those that are different from us and greet them with an open pack of crayons!

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  • Delhi Thaatha : A Great Grand Story

    Written for young children, Delhi Thaatha is a biography of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a much-loved teacher and world-renowned philosopher who served as the first vice president of the Republic of India, then, beginning in 1962, president of the country. Written by his great-granddaughter, who tells the story, with insight and charm, from the perspective of her seven-year-old self, and illustrated in full color by graphic artist Sunandini Banerjee, Delhi Thaatha offers a rare glimpse into the life, personality, heart, mind, and philosophy of an illustrious statesman, as Chitra Viraraghavan tracks his journey from poor small-town boy to the moment when he takes the oath to serve the country’s highest office.

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    This wipe-clean workbook will help develop your child’s cursive handwriting skills.
    Boost your child’s confidence by helping them to learn cursive handwriting with this wipe-clean workbook. On each page there are letter outlines to trace, with an area for free-hand copying. Included with the book is a special pen, and the wipe-clean pages enable children to practice over and over to improve their pen control and writing skills until they have mastered cursive handwriting. With bright photographic images to engage and encourage, this early-learning workbook will support your child during their early school years.

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  • An Acorn Book- A Crabby Book #1: Hello, Crabby!

    Check out this hilarious early reader series from Geisel Award Honoree Jonathan Fenske!

    Pick a book. Grow a Reader!

    This series is part of Scholastic’s early reader line, Acorn, aimed at children who are learning to read. With easy-to-read text, a short-story format, plenty of humor, and full-color artwork on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and fluency. Acorn books plant a love of reading and help readers grow!

    Crabby is NOT happy. Sun is in Crabby’s eyes. Salt is in Crabby’s teeth. Sand is in Crabby’s shell. Plankton tries again and again to cheer Crabby up — with laugh-out-loud results! Will Crabby ever crack a smile? Or will Crabby always be crabby? With comic speech bubbles and full-color artwork throughout, Geisel Award Honoree Jonathan Fenske’s early reader series is sure to be a hit with new readers!

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  • An Acorn Book- Hello, Hedgehog! #1: Do You Like My Bike?

    Hedgehog has a new bike!

    Pick a book. Grow a Reader!

    This series is part of Scholastic’s early reader line, Acorn, aimed at children who are learning to read. With easy-to-read text, a short-story format, plenty of humor, and full-color artwork on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and fluency. Acorn books plant a love of reading and help readers grow!

    Hedgehog loves his new bike. His best friend Harry says he likes it, too. But when Hedgehog asks Harry to go bike riding with him, Harry says he does not want to go. Does Harry not like his friend’s new bike? Or could this all have something to do with training wheels? These reassuring, laugh-out-loud stories with full-color artwork and easy-to-read text throughout are perfect for new readers!

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  • Wipe Clean Workbook: 10 Minute Reading, Writing, and Math

    This wipe-clean workbook is a new addition to Priddy’s best-selling series, but offers something a little different—practice in math or literacy for ten-minutes a day, and wipe mistakes away!
    The book is split into two sections—literacy activities that include grammar, punctuation, comprehension, and phonics, and numeracy activities that include shape, measurement, arithmetic, and money. The activities are organised in a way that develops confidence and encourages steady progress, and they are illustrated with colorful photographs and illustrations to make practice both manageable and fun.

    Included with the book is a special dry-wipe pen, and the wipe-clean pages enable children to practice over and over again until they have mastered each skill.

    A fantastic way to help children gain confidence in math and English at an early age.

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  • The Darkest Dark

    A special edition of Chris Hadfield’s beautiful picture book, The Darkest Dark, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Featuring a heartfelt foreword from the astronaut himself and an enchanting glow-in-the-dark pull-out poster.

    A pull-out Glow-in-the-Dark poster! is included with this new picture book of The Darkest Dark by astronaut Chris Hadfield, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.

    “While I was growing up, the Moon helped light the path to my dreams. But it was on a hot July night that my dreamy thoughts became real. The brave astronauts of Apollo 11 travelled to that distant place and stepped out onto its surface, their boots blazing a new trail in the ancient grey dust. Those footprints showed me that impossible things can happen.” Chris Hadfield

    Young Chris is a very important astronaut. When Dad says it’s time for bed – Sorry, no can do: An astronaut’s work is never done. But in the dark lurk all kinds of scary aliens. So Chris doesn’t like to sleep, but Mum and Dad do! When he watches in awe at the Apollo 11 Moon Landing, Chris realizes he must overcome his fear of the dark. For in the darkest dark of space lies a power and a mystery that might just help Chris make his dreams come true.

    Inspired by the childhood of real-life astronaut, Commander Chris Hadfield, author of An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth. The Darkest Dark is his debut children’s book, brought to life by the illustrations of Terry and Eric Fan. The evocative beauty of their pictures brings to life a bedtime story that will encourage children to dream big, think like an astronaut and embrace the unknown.

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  • Wipe Clean Workbook: Lowercase Alphabet (enclosed spiral binding)

    A revised and extended edition of Priddy’s successful Wipe Clean Workbook: Lowercase Alphabet. It comes with a dry-wipe pen; tips for holding the pen correctly and good writing posture; a three-step system to help children recognize, trace and write each letter; and lots of room for practice.
    Illustrating the pages are colorful photographs and illustrations of things that begin with the letter, and there are fun activities so children can put their newly developed knowledge and fine motor skills into practice. Afterward, children can wipe the pages clean for when they are ready to try again.

    A fantastic way to help children learn letter formation and develop their writing skills.

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  • First Dinosaur Picture Atlas

    A colourful and playful introduction to dinosaurs, and where and how they lived in the prehistoric world

    Beautifully illustrated by children’s artist Anthony Lewis, with lively age-appropriate text by zoologist and environmentalist David Burnie, the First Dinosaur Picture Atlas explains where dinosaurs came from and how they lived in different habitats across the world. An adorable dinosaur-shaped bookmark takes readers on a journey around the globe, helping them identify different species of dinosaur in an absorbing look-and-find game. In addition to the colourful maps showing the world’s continents, superb full-page illustrations take readers deeper into the different habitats of the prehistoric world to show how and where dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures lived. This atlas will delight young children and is the perfect first dinosaur reference book for both home and school.

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    Warm-up, kickoff! This colorful, action-packed, and practical handbook is a fantastic introduction to soccer.

    Clear, accessible text covers everything a young soccer enthusiast needs to know: basic skills, tactics and techniques, rules and referees, world players and tournaments – and so much more. Great step-by-step photography and top tips make this a perfect guide book to take home and to soccer practice.

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    Find out how Snoffle the squirrel stops acting foolishly

    Snoffle the squirrel is very, very, very silly. She can’t take anything seriously. One day, an incident in Foggy Forest makes her feel very serious indeed. What happens?

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    Find out how Bobo the bear stops feeling listless

    Bobo the bear is always bored. Even when his friends try to entertain him, all he says is ‘How boring!’. One day, when everyone leaves him alone he realizes how many things there really are to do. What does he learn?

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    Find out how Zeezee the zebra stops feeling blue

    Zeezee the zebra is always moping around. One day, all the animals in Foggy Forest decide to show her how being sad is a downer for everyone. What do they do?

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    Find out how Coco the chameleon makes up his mind

    Coco the chameleon is always confused about what colour he should be. In fact, he’s confused about everything. One day, he’s in two minds about going to a fun party. What does he decide?

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    Find out how Gigi the giraffe overcomes envy

    Gigi the giraffe is jealous of everyone. She never realizes how much she has. One day, she discovers that she has something no one else does. What is it?

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    Find out how Flutter the butterfly cheers everyone up
    Flutter is a happy little butterfly who makes everyone laugh. One day, she sees that everyone in Foggy Forest is upset. She devises a plan to make them all happy again. Does it work?

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    Idioms are great! They’re funny and sometimes silly, and make language so much more interesting to read and listen to. Get ready to find out all about idioms on different themes like animals, clothes, food and colour. This book is jam-packed with fun activities for you to learn and practice using idioms.

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    Discover more about Planet Earth as you flip through the amazing scientific experiments in this book. No special equipment required. Just a curious mind!

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    Explore the world of science and entertain guests with the innovative experiments in in this book. You can even be the little genius and explain the science behind it all!

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    Did you know it’s possible to discover science the arts-and-crafts way? This book has a variety of experiments that are sure to bring out your creative streak while helping you understand basic science concepts.

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