Margaret Peot's TEA PARTY: A COLOR, PUNCH OUT, AND PLAY SET is a folding play “stage set” with three scenes and 8 punch-out pages of tea items to color. It includes a 4-page booklet with illustrated instructions, and an insert with information on the "History of Teatime," "Types of Tea Meals," "Tea, Food, and Manners," and "A Simple Scone Recipe."
This rollicking and fascinating picture book biography chronicles the life of the first pioneer of children's books—John Newbery himself. While most children's books in the century contained lessons and rules, John Newbery imagined them overflo
Scribble's journey starts on a peaceful shore called THE BEGINNING, continues to the rough, adventurous MIDDLE, and leads finally to the gate of THE ENDING, but it’s not at all what Scribble expected… A picture book about finding your own voice, making your own decisions, and writing your own story.
After his family moves from Hong Kong to Los Angeles, a boy begins school in America. He has a difficult time adjusting. His translator is embarrassed to have to speak her native language at school in front of her friends. The boy feels out of place and alone in his new environment, though his mother assures him that one day he will be proud of his Chinese heritage. NEW YEAR is based on author/illustrator Rich Lo’s childhood experiences immigrating to America.
World War II is coming to an end, and Japan's fate is not entirely clear to a people whose leaders hide all battle losses. Yuriko is used to the sirens and air raid drills, but then neighbors who have left to fight stop coming home. When the atomic bomb hits Hiroshima, it's through Yuriko's twelve-year-old eyes that we witness the devastation and horror. Based on the first-hand experience of the author’s mother, who survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
When a lower-case i's dot falls off, the plucky little letter embarks on a daring adventure to make himself whole again, learning lessons about self-confidence, belonging and growing up along the way. By the award-winning creator of Red: A Crayon's Story.
(Sourcebooks) This colorful and humorous board book primer features some of the most prominent figures of the American Revolution and introduces historians of all ages to the incredible beginning of the United States of America.