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how to be happy

How to be Happy is a short simple book for young children and beginner ESL reader, promoting values of appreciation and giving, and can be used as an early reader. The book is perfect for building confidence in reading with only 25 words most of which are simple words. This book also teaches kids ten …

 
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The Sun and the Places Where it Shines

What does the sun give us apart from warmth and light? How many days are there on Mercury? How many moons does Jupiter have? Is there a possibility of life somewhere else? A simple, fun, and modern introduction to our solar system, including glossary, recommended links, fun facts, and activities at the end. A really …

 
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Animal Homes

Animal Homes is an early reader for grade 1 children. It is leveled at a guided reading level E, with 103 words and 8 pages inside the book (total 12 pages) This book is a creative commons book from Mustard Seed books, available in English and Spanish. A perfect book for inspiring some nature projects …

 
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lumberjack mack

Lumberjack Mack needs lots of wood! He has to light his fireplace, fix his house, and get ready for the Forest Town festival. But what happens when there’s no more trees? This sweet rhyming story with an important lesson about looking after the environment. It is suitable for an early reader or for reading to young …

 
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feebee mcgee on planet abc

Feebee McGee goes on an adventure to planet ABC, travelling on her “Terrific Transformable Train” – Tripple T for short, with her camera “Camy”. Searching for he friends “Yargle and Zankadroid”, she meets an “amazing Acktopop, beside a Bossy Bornswagle”, and thereafter all the ABC characters in between. A fun book using alliteration and great …

 
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marching to freedom picturebook about ghandi

Marching to Freedom is a creative non-fiction picture book written around Gandhi’s famous march to freedom. Mahatma Gandhi and his followers are organising a march that will go down in history as a momentous event in the struggle for India’s freedom. The group are marching to Dandi to protest against the unfair salt tax imposed by …

 
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Ammachi's amazing machines STEM picture book

In Ammachi’s Amazing Machines, a children’s STEM book, Ammachi makes coconut cakes using all sorts of amazing devices to make the work easier. At the end of the exiting baking day, the book provides explanations of the mechanical devices Ammachi uses. This story book provides great inspiration for science lessons after reading the story. The …

 
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Off to see spiders fun early biology lessons

In Off to See Spiders, we have a fun biology lesson about all the different types of spiders. Shama takes her two younger friends Kaveri and Shivi on a spider hunt. They find lots of different types of spiders, and Shama helps them learn about all the different names. The book combines some fun rhythm and …

 
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finbo

Finbo the whale loves playing hide and seek, but he always loses. He is different from all the other fish, he is much bigger than them.  An endearingly cute story about learning values, the importance of appreciating differences, and avoiding peer pressure, and as a bonus there are some fun facts about whales. This book is highly …

 
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Forests for the People

Forests for the People – And old man and a young man take a walk in the forest, the young man learns a lot about how important trees are to our lives, changing his attitude towards nature, he shares this with his girlfriend. A beautiful picture book with many interesting facts about forests, throughout the …

 
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