Now available in hardcover!
This book about Earthquakes empowers your kids with information and preparedness. What causes earthquakes? Can we predict them? How are earthquakes measured? How do we prepare for them? There are lots of fun factoids and a few experiments. (Learn how to make your own seiche.) What was the biggest earthquake? Find out here.
Little Bear offers Mama Bear various items to make her feel better, but she’s too busy to notice—until he gives her his super, so good, so very special dolly. Silly humor, alliteration, repetition, and onomatopoeia make this a fun read-aloud story.
Mateo tiene un secreto: Él arregla las cosas por arte de magia.
Lots of fun and adventure awaits as the child in this charming rhyming story travels aboard a Washington State Ferry to Bainbridge Island to visit his cousins. There is a lot to see and do aboard the ferry. The ride is as exciting as the visit itself.
One rainy day young John and cousin Harry play catch in the lovely lounge of a beach hotel. A gorgeous crystal chandelier gets shattered, but escaping from the damaged room, the duo causes the blame to fall on a ghost.
On Saturday morning Matthew would rather play or do anything rather than clean his room but his mother is determined that he clean up the disaster zone that his room has become. The mess that is under his bed is downright scary! But Matt finds a way to overcome his fears and discovers that hidden treasures are to be found there.
It’s all about the magic! This month’s issue is filled with magical stories, articles, and poems.
Our featured book this month is The Magic Violin by Marya Calvani. Short stories come to you from Shari L. Klase, Billie A. Williams, and Felicity Nisbet. Robert Niven shares his poem, “It Must Be Magic” with our readers this month, and non-fiction articles come to you from Donna Marie West and Christine Collier.
As always, there are links to fun extras and activities.
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