My Book About Christmas by ME, Myself: with some help from the Grinch & Dr. Seuss Review
A book that kids can write (and draw) about their favorite holiday traditions—with a little help from Dr. Seuss!
This hardcover collectible activity book based on How the Grinch Stole Christmas! has the easy-to-read and easy-to-fill-in style of Dr. Seuss’s classic My Book About Me. Elementary school–age children will be excited to write—and draw—about their family, school, and community holiday traditions. Includes quotes from How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, simple writing activities, yes-and-no questions, unfinished images for kids to complete, mazes, and space for family and friends to share their favorite traditions. Perfect for getting children to think about what the holidays truly mean to them and their family, My Book About Christmas by ME, Myself is a great gift that will become a cherished keepsake.
My Book About Christmas by ME, Myself: with some help from the Grinch & Dr. Seuss review
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Book & CD (Book and CD) Review
Children will read along swimmingly with Dr. Seuss’s absurd and endearing fish. A “fabulous book of easy words, exciting pictures and inviting rhythm.” —Elementary English The accompanying cassette has a listening side for nonreaders and a read-aloud side with page-turn signals for youngsters just learning to read.
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Book & CD (Book and CD) review
Clothes take on a personality all their own in this “fashionable” poetry collection. A colorful array of outfits are brought to vivid life by Alice Schertle’s wry poetry and Petra Mathers’s exuberant cast of animal characters. From Joshua’s cozy jammies to Emily’s frilly undies, the duds on display in this perfectly stitched poetry collection are as unique as the critters who wear them. Giggles galore!
You Read to Me, I’ll Read to You: Very Short Stories to Read Together Review
Here’s a book With something new – You read to me! I’ll read to you! We’ll read each page To one another – You’ll read one side, I the other. But who will read – Now guess this riddle – When the words are In the middle? The answer’s easy! Plain as pie! We’ll read together, You and I.
You Read to Me, I’ll Read to You: Very Short Stories to Read Together review
What’s Cooking in Aida’s Kitchen? (Jehovah’s Love Is Enduring) (Volume 1) Review
This is the first in a series of Pure Language books, written to include Bible Truths. Aida is a fun loving, generous lady who loves to share her cooking tips with her friends. But there are other things she loves to share as well, and not just with her human friends.
What’s Cooking in Aida’s Kitchen? (Jehovah’s Love Is Enduring) (Volume 1) review
Nearly 150 years since his poetry was first published, Lear’s nonsense rhymes are still popular today. In this lively and colorful audiobook recording, Derek Jacobi reads Lear’s most famous poems and most fantastic creations, including The Owl and the Pussy-Cat, The Daddy Long-Legs and the Fly, The Jumblies, The Dong with the Luminous Nose and a collection of assorted limericks. Lear’s poems gave the clear message that it’s interesting, funny and okay to be different, and that message is just as relevant now as it was in Lear’s own day.
Math Talk: Mathematical Ideas in Poems for Two Voices Review
Who would have ever thought there was a direct way to connect mathematical concepts to poetry? Creative juices were certainly at work when this book of mathematical dialogues was created by Theoni Pappas. It presents a new way to enjoy and learn mathematical ideas via poetic dialogues read by two people. A new twist to mathematical themes.
—24 delightful and informative poetic dialogues for exploring math ideas.— – TOPIC POEMS INCLUDE- · Mathematics · Circles · Proper fractions · Fractals · Fibonacci numbers · One · Operations · Imaginary numbers · Möbius strip · Zero · Squares · Operations · Variables · Radicals · Triangles · · Primes · Dimensions · Golden Mean · e, & i (for three voices) · Integers · Tessellations · Even numbers · Googols · We are numbers.
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Math Talk: Mathematical Ideas in Poems for Two Voices review
Quomodo Invidiosulus Nomine Grinchus Christi Natalem Abrogaverit: How the Grinch Stole Christmas in Latin (Latin Edition) Review
The Grinch Wins a 4th Place Mercury Award! Seussian Scrouge gets Christmas spirit, in Latin!
Quomodo Invidiosulus nomine GRINCHUS Christi natalem Abrogaverit (The Latin version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas) features Dr. Seuss’ original artwork and a translation that echoes the love of word play and the rhythmic narrative of the world’s best-selling author of children’s books. Jennifer Morrish Tunberg and Terence O. Tunberg recreate the enchanting poetry of the English original.
The wonderful, whimsical and thought-provoking stories of Dr. Seuss have been published in twenty languages. Quomodo Invidiosulus nomine GRINCHUS Christi natalem Abrogaverit joins the many fine international editions of the works of an American literary icon.
An excellent addition to Seuss collections the world over, this Latin edition of this Christmas classic is delightful way to revisit a treasured tale. Quomodo Invidiosulus nomine GRINCHUS Christi natalem Abrogaverit will be a welcome all-occasion gift, a fine coffee table book, and an enjoyable way to refresh your high-school Latin.
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Quomodo Invidiosulus Nomine Grinchus Christi Natalem Abrogaverit: How the Grinch Stole Christmas in Latin (Latin Edition) review
Goblins. Boogers. Stinky boys. These are the things of childhood, and they’re all here in this outrageous collection of poems that look at the world through a child’s eyes. Featuring everything from the Giant Children of the title-who flip pages with amazing speed-to a turtle named Jaws, the poetry included here is rambunctious, irreverent, funny, and sometimes even gross. Tedd Arnold, creator of the beloved Parts and More Parts, and Brod Bagert are good friends who have happily teamed up-with hilarious results.