Contains environmental facts and step-by-step directions for recycling materials and making new items. For example, discusses the problem with plastic and illustrates how to make a planter with a plastic bottle. Includes tips for fighting global warming.
Presents information on tools and materials, and features step-by-step instructions for drawing and coloring Marvel superhero characters, including Ant-Man, The Wasp, Vision, Nick Fury, Captain Marvel, Loki, and Black Panther. Includes brief backstories for each character.
Presents a collection of over forty projects designed to engage young readers in a variety of scientific and engineering topics including systems, optics, energy, acoustics, forces, and motion. Includes material lists, step-by-step instructions, and color photographs.
Briefly examines the state symbols and unique locations, people, and images from the U.S. state of Tennessee, with tips on how to draw each sign and symbol--including the rolling hills of the state, the country music scenes of Memphis and Nashville, and its state bird, flower, and of course a juke box. Includes a glossary.
Contains color illustrations and step-by-step instructions for drawing various types of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals using simple shapes and Crayola crayons. Also includes additional resources online.
Contains color illustrations and step-by-step instructions for drawing various types of alien creatures and space ships using simple shapes and Crayola crayons. Also includes additional resources online.
"Sometimes school can be scary and even embarrassing, but not today. Today is Birdie's birthday, and everything will be perfect! Birdie's panda-riffic cupcakes are beautiful, and there's one for everyone. She will be the star of the class. But then . . . disaster! A trip and fall on the way to school means no more cupcakes! Who can save the day? Who can make the class smile again? This is a job for Birdie's alter ego . . . the amazing crafty cat!...
In the Caldecott Honor-winning Journey, much of Becker's energy was devoted to the story's exquisite backdrops. Now, in the second wordless book of his planned trilogy, the focus is on his characters. On a rainy day in a city park, the girl who starred in Journey and the boy introduced at the end take refuge by a doorway under a bridge. To their surprise, a king emerges from the door just long enough to pass the two a map before soldiers apprehend...