Great character building stories for kids any age. Use it to make history come alive.
These dramatized stories illustrate the power of God's protection, the compassion of people for one another, and courage to face difficult circumstances.
"Great character building stories."
Okazja do napisania tej ksiazki stal sie ciekawy program edukacyjny "Mysliwi-Dzieciom, Dzieci-Zwierzetom". Program ten jest czescia innego waznego przedsiewziecia: Otóz w latach 2010-2014 teren Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego zostanie zasiedlony w sumie blisko 65 tysiacami zajecy, dzikich królików, bazantów i kuropatw. Bohaterami tej ksiazki sa dwa pierwsze gatunki, czyli zajac i dziki królik.
Wbrew pozorom nie jest to ksiazka o grzybach, ale o sarnach. Wiersze powstaly przy wspólpracy z Polskim Zwiazkiem Lowieckim, aby przyblizyc najmlodszym te ciekawe zwierzeta. Ksiazka ukazuje tez role czlowieka w zyciu tych lesnych czworonogów.
Ten elementarz zartobliwie traktuje o tworzeniu literek. Autor pokazuje, jak zbudowac poszczególne literki alfabetu. Nie zapomnial przy tym o wyjatkach wystepujacych tylko w polskim alfabecie: a,c,e,l,n,ó,s,z oraz z Doskonale uzupelnienie przy nauce alfabetu. Starszym polecamy niecodzienne podejscie do doskonale znanych nam liter alfabetu.Autor zacheca do zabawy tymi slowy:Kropka, kreska i kóleczka, i dzyndzelek, i laseczka. To dopiero superklocki! Lepsze sa od dobranocki, no bo one, w rekach Twych, superfrajde sprawia Ci, kiedy zrobisz z nich... literki. Jesli chcesz miec ubaw wielki, co tu bede gadal wiele, chodz i zostan inzynierem.
Wszyscy wiemy, jak wazne dla naszego zdrowia sa Witaminki. Z tego audiobooka dowiemy sie, w jakich produktach mozemy znalezc najwiecej witamin. Na uwage zasluguje niewatpliwie wiersz "Figura" w którym klóca sie dwa grubasy: Dynia oraz Arbuz.
"Ładne kwiatki!" to zbiór wierszy, za pomoca których Jacek Cudny zabiera nas w podróz po ogrodzie. Spotkamy w niej przerózne kwiatki oraz innych mieszkanców ogrodu. Dodatkowo nasze dzieci dowiedza sie kilku interesujacych rzeczy:Wiersz "Irysy" pokazuje, ze sa wyrazy, które mimo takiego samego brzmienia maja inne znaczenia (homonimy). Wiersze "Maniery", oraz "Plotkary" pokazuja zle zachowania. Dzieki nim mozesz pokazac swojemu dziecku jak nalezy i jak nie nalezy postepowac.
"Rubber baby buggy bumpers" - say this three times as fast as you can. How about try saying "loopy lizards lying lazily aloft a little lane of logs" without messing up. This tongue twister book is a huge collection of funny phrases, ridiculous rhymes, and silly sentences that'll have kids laughing for hours. Each one challenges your mouth muscles as you try to say these tongue twisters faster and multiple times.
In Courageous Canine, you'll listen to three true stories of amazing animal heroes. First meet Lilly, a playful pit bull who bravely pulled her owner from the path of a speeding train; two pods of dolphins that saved swimmers from the most powerful predator on the planet; and two gorillas that proved just how alike apes and humans really are. Follow along on their incredible adventures as these awesome animals save the day!
How can life be the same when Daddy is no longer there? Purple Balloons for Daddy relates a message of childhood resolution to live with the love of Daddy in absence of his presence.
Prepare to see how easy multiplying can be!
Travel along to Bethlehem, where a miracle is waiting to take place. There will be angels and shepherds and wise men waiting to share in the event. Don't close your eyes for this surprise! God meant this gift for all the world to see. You won't have to wait for Santa to find out about the best Christmas present ever. Making a lasting impression, author April McConnell Leland offers an endearing look into God's greatest gift: his son, Jesus.
Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable, audiobook edition of The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep by Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin, read by Rachel Bavidge and Roy McMillian. This groundbreaking number-one best seller is sure to turn nightly bedtime battles into a loving and special end-of-day ritual. This child-tested, parent-approved story uses an innovative technique that brings a calm end to any child's day.
Discover the amazing facts of Hawaii. Learn about the cultures, myths, food, population, islands, and much more.
"G" Things" is an audio learning book for beginning and young listeners by children's book author R. Barri Flowers. In a fun and educational manner with rhymes, this seventh in a best-selling children's A to Z book series teaches kids about different things that begin with the letter G that are both a part of everyday life and not as well known. The book is sure to appeal to its young audience and parents alike, and can be listened to over and over again in taking in the informative words and meanings in "G" Things.
In this delightful book, teacher and birder Cathryn Sill explains to children what birds are, what they do, and how they live. About Birds is a first thoughtful glimpse into the world of birds, from eggs to nest, from songs to flight. Simple and enlightening, About Birds tells children what is essential for understanding and appreciating birds. An afterword provides further detail for youthful ornithologists and their parents regarding bird identification.
Discover the origins and history of Halloween traditions and festivities from ancient times to the present day. Includes page turn track: eight minutes.
Every child dreams of what the future may hold in store. Every parent encourages their child's dreams for the future.
When I was a boy, my greatest fear was my dog running away and that manifested itself in a reoccurring dream. That dream was the impetus for After All, Dogs Are Color Blind, Aren't They? It dawned on me after reflecting on my dream that man's best friend makes immediate friends with everyone they meet, and that is a wonderful life lesson I hope to share with my kids as well as yours.
In a fun and educational manner with rhymes, this fifth in a series teaches kids about different things that begin with the letter E that are both a part of everyday life and not as well known.
Lying is when you say something that isn't true, but convince people it is. For instance, you may tell your mom that your baby brother took the cookie from the cookie jar, when in fact it was you that really took the cookie from the cookie jar.
The life of Pocahontas fulfills a specific role in American culture and history. Her short life holds a bittersweet tragedy that is part of the mythology of Native America, especially the first encounters between English settlers and the local native tribes. The meaning of her name, "little plaything" or "little wanton", suggests that she was destined to be bandied about by the powers in her life.
Captivating bedtime meditations to bring peace, joy, and calm to the end of the day. There are three segments in this audio, each approximately 18 minutes in length. Choose from: By the Sea, An Adventure in Space, and Snowflake. May be used any time for general relaxation as well as bedtime.
"Love The Meditations, Audible Format Only OK"
James Herriot's Treasury for Children collects all of the beloved veterinarian's delightful tales for young listeners. From the springtime frolic of "Oscar, Cat-About-Town" to the yuletide warmth of "The Christmas Day Kitten", these stories are perennial favorites, and this new complete edition will make a wonderful gift for all listeners, great and small.
Harry Potter has been heralded as one of the most popular book series of all time and the philosophical nature of Harry, Hermione, and Ron's quest to rid the world of its ultimate evil is one of the many things that make this series special. The Ultimate Harry Potter and Philosophy covers all seven titles in J.K. Rowling's groundbreaking series and takes fans back to Godric's Hollow to discuss life after death, to consider what moral reasoning drove Harry to choose death, and to debate whether Sirius Black is a man or a dog.
"The Perfect Love Child of Potter and Philosophy"
For 25 years, middle-grade readers have been moved by this telling of Sadako Sasaki's spirited battle with leukemia. She was two-years-old when the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima at the end of World War II, and dizzy spells began when she was 12. She faced the disease with an irrepressible spirit and focused her energy (and that of everyone who knew her) on folding 1000 paper cranes, which Japanese legend held would prompt the gods to make her well again.
This book, designed for kids ages 6-10, features true, character-building stories for kids to enjoy alone or with their parents. Being a kid can be trying and confusing - a newfound exposure to the real world, confusion as to what's right and wrong, learning about friendships and making important choices for the first time. Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul 2 is a special book designed just for kids on the verge of becoming preteens.
"Six Stars if I Could Have Rated it this High"
This audio is designed to help children relax and will enhance feelings of happiness and contentment. It can be used at home with your children or as a teaching resource.
"Wonderful for children"
Sing and play with a special toddler today! Everyone will have great fun with this new collection of 60 songs selected especially for your children!
The new National Geographic Treasury of Egyptian Mythology is a stunning tableau of Egyptian myths, including those of pharaohs, queens, the boisterous Sun God Ra, and legendary creatures like the Sphinx. The lyrical storytelling of award-winning author Donna Jo Napoli dramatizes the timeless tales of ancient Egypt in the year when Angelina Jolie will make Cleopatra a multimedia star.
These stunning meditations vary from 4 to 10 minutes each in length and can be used separately or run together. Tracks include: Jellyfish Relaxation; An Underwater Dolphin Ride; The Magic Rainbow; Butterfly Relaxation; Enchanted Garden, and a Hot Air Balloon Trip. Beautiful calm journeys to help children with confidence, self esteem, and creativity.
"Great Meditations, Audiobook Format Distracting"
From Jago and Sally Lloyd-Jones, the creators of the best-selling Jesus Storybook Bible, comes this gorgeous and innovative collection of 101 simple-yet- profound thoughts on faith. Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing shares profound spiritual truths from the Bible told in a conversational tone - drawing insights from creation, history, science, the writings of great thinkers and preachers and writers, and more - to turn the reader’s eyes toward the God who loves them.
"Best theology I've ever heard in a short book"
Meet the Wizard of Menlo Park, and see how he grew from a lonely, inquisitive boy who carried out experiments in his basement to the smart, enterprising, and imaginative inventor who gave us the stock-market ticker, helped develop the phonograph and cinema, and even came up with the first storage battery and electric car.
When a terrible drought struck William Kamkwamba's tiny village in Malawi, his family lost all of the season's crops, leaving them with nothing to eat and nothing to sell. The family was starving, and they could hardly find money for food, let alone school fees. Forced to drop out, William began to explore the science books in his village library. There, he came up with an idea that would change his family's life forever: he could build a windmill.
Scheduled to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the tragic sinking of the Titanic, a topic that continues to haunt and thrill listeners to this day, this audiobook by critically acclaimed author Deborah Hopkinson weaves together the voices and stories of real Titanic survivors and witnesses to the disaster - from the stewardess Violet Jessop to Captain Arthur Rostron of the Carpatia, who came to the rescue of the sinking ship. Packed with heart-stopping action, devastating drama, and more.
Through the eyes and words of survivors and victims alike, as well as the careful research for which Newberry Honor Award winner Jim Murphy is known, listeners will experience one of the most devastating natural disasters in U.S. history and understand why and how life in the United States was forever changed.
Learn about the history of the US Constitution with iMindsJNR audio-learning series for younger minds. The United States Constitution is the highest law in the United States of America. All other laws made in the country come from the Constitution. The Constitution outlines and shows how the government of the United States should work. It is the oldest and yet shortest Constitution still in use in any major independent country.
"Perfect for Teens"
At 23, Jane Goodall made her first voyage to Africa and began her determined steps to achieve her goal of studying animals by living among them. In My Life with the Chimpanzees, she shares the remarkable journey which took her from her childhood in London to the realization of her dream in the wilds of Gombe, Tanzania.
"My 10-year old loved it!"
Born on the same day in the same small, German circus town, young Bram and his elephant, Modoc, had a lifelong friendship that spanned over eight decades. But it was never easy. From the breakup of the circus to the shipwreck in the Indian Ocean that nearly cost them their lives, the bond between the boy and the elephant survived the most unimaginable trials.
"boy and elephant's"
Crazy Horse was a respected war leader of the Oglala Lakota, who fought against the U.S. federal government in an effort to preserve the traditions and values of the Lakota way of life and participated in the Battle of the Little Bighorn in June 1876. He later died in a scuffle against soldiers when captured.
"Me and my 9 year old son, loved this story! "
Fritz depicts Christopher Columbus as the man who sailed the seas to "learn the secrets of the world."
Edwin Hubble’s discovery of the Big Bang is one of the most important in astronomy and physics. It taught us where the universe came from and how it might end. Students will learn how Hubble’s early, unprecedented photographs of pulsars served as one of the first clues along the path that led him to the discovery of the Big Bang. Listeners will also discover how Hubble’s discovery opened up new doors to information about the universe.
"Good information on Hubble, but a little dry"
Electricity, one of the most common forms of energy, also a basic part of nature. This audiobook introduces electricity, discussing its static and current forms; the uses of batteries, generators, and power stations; and the importance of safety precautions.
Every wonder how a vehicle weighing several tons can soar through the sky? This audiobook explains briefly why airplanes are able to fly and notes certain historical milestones in the field of aeronautics.
How did the colonists of Jamestown and Maryland live and die? Forensic anthropology provides an incredible array of answers. Scientists can look into a grave and determine the skeleton's gender, age at time of death, nationality, and sometimes even economic standing within minutes. Laboratory studies can provide cause of death information.
"FASCINATING, BUT WAY TOO SHORT!"
On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to move to the back of the bus and give up her seat to a white man. This refusal to give up her dignity sparked the Montgomery bus boycott, a yearlong struggle, and a major victory in the civil rights movement.
"i loved it"
The oceans cover 72 percent of the earth's surface, or 141,600,000 square miles. Ocean life comes in an enormous variety of sizes and shapes - from microscopic plankton to huge whales. This audiobook explores the oceans of the world and describes the types of plants and animals that can be found in them.
In The Cruise of the Arctic Star, Scott O'Dell takes a voyage up the length of the California coast in his cedar-hulled offshore cruiser named Arctic Star. With his wife, Elizabeth, along as skilled navigator and cook; a friend, Del, as cohort and deckhand; and an unpredictable hired hand named Rodney Lambert, the crew journeys up the coast and experiences first hand the delights and drama of life at sea along this beautiful shoreline.
"Nice Idea, but lacking cohesion and detail"
Describes the events leading up to the Declaration of Independence as well as the personalities and politics behind its framing.
The Constitution established the law of the land in 1789. A response to the inadequacies of the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution provided the framework for our government and judicial system. This new audiobook explores the framer's goals and intents in the drafting of the document, as well as the debates, and examines at how and why our nation still lives by its principles.
From their top-selling albums and sensational sold-out tours to their forthcoming TV series and Disney Channel original movie Camp Rock, the Jonas Brothers have gone from obscurity to superstardom in the course of a year, and Kevin, Joe, and Nick are here to stay.
Polar bears... grizzly bears... Caribou.... moose... snowshoe hares... bald eageles. There is a wonderful variety of wild animals that live in Alaska. This audiobook Introduces the animals that live and thrive in Alaska's harsh environment.
There are 8,240 species of reptiles (turtles, snakes, crocodiles, and lizards) that inhabit every continent on Earth, except for Antarctica. And there are more than 6,000 species of amphibians (frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts). This audiobook describes the basic attributes of reptiles and amphibians and provides examples of various species.
"Good for the very young"
At least as far back as the ancient myth of Icarus, humans longed to fly - but it wasn't until December 17, 1903, on the windy dunes of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, that the dream finally came true. And it was all thanks to Orville and Wilbur Wright, two former bicycle mechanics who built their first toy plane - a rubber-band powered rotary - when they were just children.
"Not bad for a kid's book."
Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? This audiobook gives a brief explanation of what flowers need to thrive. Is it just sun, soil, and water?
When Cold War tension was at its height, Joseph ("call me Joe") McCarthy conducted an anti-Communist crusade endorsed by millions of Americans, despite his unfair and unconstitutional methods.
"Very Poor Reading"
Newbery Award-winning author Russell Freedman offers up this powerful account of the survival of American soldiers while camped at Valley Forge during a crucial period in the American Revolution. George Washington's army almost perished during the winter of 1777-78. Camped at Valley Forge, about twenty miles from Philadelphia, the revolutionaries endured severe hardship because the army's supply system had collapsed. They were without food, clothing, and blankets.