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Welcome to Life, an early science book explains in a narrator style to you the reader all about where we are and where we come from. Welcome to life, a creative commons children’s book beautifully tackles complex subjects in very easy to understand and informative way. Ryan aptly subtitles the book, A Guide for New …

 
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In Where Does the Sun Go at Night, a sister and brother discuss where the sun might go at night. The younger brother keeps guessing lots of inventive ideas, but the older sister knows best what she’s been taught from books at school and explains to her brother where the sun goes at night. This …

 
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Mango Lick wordless book, provides 6 colourful illustrations of the main character, a mango, on a journey with a not so nice surprise ending. The book also provides guidance on how to use wordless books with young children. This book would make a great prompt for creative writing exercises in early grades for school or …

 
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More or Less? Need to Guess is a fun story about estimating. The lesson of how to estimate is brought across in a fun way using a story of two children counting gift bags for a wedding. The book also contains explanation and exercises at the end for clarity and additional mathematics work. Another great …

 
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How Does the Toothpaste get in the Tube – Have you ever wondered how the toothpaste gets in the tube? In How Does the Toothpaste get in the Tube we find out. A wonderful non-fiction story about the history of toothpaste and how toothpaste tubes came about, and most importantly how the toothpaste gets inside. …

 
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The Tale of the Toilet is a delightfully entertaining non-fiction story bound to entertain children and inspire learning about the history of plumbing and toilet that dates back from a very long time. How toilet are similar or different from other parts of the world. From all around the globe everyone has the same problem …

 
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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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Drawing For Kids- This is the easiest way for kids to learn how to draw …no questions asked. Kids will love turning words, numbers, and letters into cartoons. Turn a number into an animal, turn the word boy into a cartoon boy, turn a letter A into a rocket ship….and many other drawing lessons. Kids …

 
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Handmade in India is a journal style book from an artist traveling through the Indian countryside. The writer paints the artisans she meets and the many items they make. The text includes lots of information about the people and culture in the countryside of India. The beautiful water colour illustrations and descriptive texts really take …

 
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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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