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Who Just Went By – Animal Tracks introduces young readers to the concept of animal footprints in an exciting way, each page having a set of footprints to guess who just went by. Author: Radha Rangarajan, Illustrator: Kalp Sanghvi Sample Pages from Who Just Went By – Animal Tracks <End of Sample pages> Read the …

 
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Dance of the Flamingos  – Living like lotus flowers on water, the sight of pink flamingos is one of the most beautiful sights of the natural world. Why are they pink? Do they put on make-up? Do they have even a single bone in their long neck? Here is a book of photographs that answers …

 
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Eva the energetic eggtimer boodlebods episode 2

Lots of fun and alliteration for young children in this the third episode of Boodlebods. Eva the Energetic Egg Timer finds a calling as she visits the hen house. This is part of a series focusing on alliteration perfect for young children and kindergarten age, all the series has an animated youtube video to go …

 
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supercow volume II: the bully

Supercow is back, this time there is no crime to fight or lives to save, but Supercow does something equally important, defends a small boy from being bullied, and in doing so helps the bullies see the error of their ways. Bullying is wrong no matter how big or small it is, and it’s important …

 
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turtle trouble children's book

Turtle Trouble – Telling the truth, or covering up? That’s what our little character in this story is mulling over. A short story told from a child’s perspective, aimed at teaching children hows and whys of good behaviour, and why it is always best to tell the truth. Amy Upshaw and Salem de Bezenac, Illustrated …

 
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uncovering earths secret

Uncovering Earth’s Secrets – A book about oceanic research, featuring the research ship JOIDES Resolution, written in rhyme with beautiful illustrations. This nonfiction eBook was written for us by award-winning children’s author Kevin Kurtz (http://kevinkurtz.homestead.com) and illustrated by award-winning illustrator Alice Feagan (http://alicefeagan.com). It is written for children and classrooms in grades 1 to 4. …

 
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Albert the Albatross takes us on a poignant tour of all he has learned in life from friends to foes and how to ensure right from wrong. Albert visits many friends and tells us a story of what he has learned most importantly what makes people happy, mainly this is being and doing good, and …

 
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Why Don't Birds Comb Their Hair? - Inspiring early nature projects about birds

Why Don’t Birds Comb Their Hair? Early nature projects about birds This is a cute book featuring a number of different bird types. This book can be a fun starting point for more research about birds. Author: Suchi Govindarajan, Illustrator: Anjora Noronha     Birds featured in this book: – Himalayan Monal – Eurasian Spoonbill …

 
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dan and the frog

Dan and the Frog – The Ponds, home of a kingdom of frogs, was polluted by humans and have become nearly uninhabitable. One of their own promises the group of frogs a better home, filled with food and clean water. They decide to leave their previous home and King behind for a better life or …

 
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animal-picture-book-about-behaviour

In the Lion Who Wouldn’t Try is a story about trying, we see a story of a lion who is too afraid of failure to attempt anything. All the other animals are having fun, while the lion is moping around. He is too afraid of losing that he never ends up having any fun. This …

 
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