A promotional video for the "5 Steps to Drawing" series
Herbster Readers are now available on the MeeGenius! iPad app.
The Child's World today announced the launch of its new website at http://childsworld.com. The redesigned site embodies the company's commitment to the growing needs of its customers. Based on extensive research, it offers the capability to: Read excerpts of any and all of our published titles, Create quotes and export product data to facilitate purchase orders, Consult editorial reviews from resources including The School Library Journal and Booklist.
Volumes in the Language Rules! series take on adverbs, conjunctions, pronouns, and more, but is there any part of speech more enjoyable than interjections?
Young children who love to play with shadows, making hand puppets and scary shapes, will be fascinated by the links between their playtime and science facts, and with the increasing push for early childhood resources, this is sure to find wide classroom u
Both school and community libraries would be well advised to acquire the entire set for their young students and patrons.
A series of books with plenty of child appeal, perfect for reading with a group or sharing one-on-one...
This lighthearted and witty approach to the English language will appeal to general readers.
As part of the continuing Journey to Freedom series, Maupin has created an accessible account of Banneker's life and accomplishments.
The Child's World has published a splendidly illustrated series of brightly colored, 16-page, hardcover picture books based on eight of the most popular and well-known of these childhood tunes.
Pete Hautman has been chosen as a 2004 National Book Award Winner
Pete Hautman has been selected as a Finalist for the 2004 National Book Awards