Have you ever wondered what to do when you meet an alien? Want to know the top ten hiding places if you're on the run? Or how to create the perfect beach day in your backyard? Find out in this jam-packed guide to life by Phineas and Ferb featuring tips, activities, and the show's trademark wacky humor. From diagrams of Phineas and Ferb's craziest inventions, to fun quizzes and trivia, to unfinished comic panels for readers to get creative, this awesome new hardcover format is sure to be a hit with fans of the imaginative stepbrothers.
How big was the largest dinosaur? The smallest? The fastest? All of these answers and more are in this fact-filled coloring book for children ages 8 and up.
Simply by following the dots, playing hidden word games, doing crossword puzzles, working through mazes, and solving "what's wrong" pictures, kids can learn about the "terrible lizards" that lived millions of years ago.
Young paleontologists will come face to face with such Mesozoic monsters as the long-necked Apatosaurus, three-horned Triceratops, "hollow-tailed" Coelurus, carnivorous Tyrannosaurus, and more.
Follow Sara and Jamie into the Land of Dots with colored pencil or crayon in hand and watch their adventures unfold before your eyes. Journeying into this extraordinary land, these two intrepid travelers meet all sorts of fantastic characters -- elves and fairies, oversized animals, nursery-rhyme friends, and mythological creatures -- and take jaunty side trips up into the nighttime sky and down into the deep blue sea.
For generations children have enjoyed the follow the dots format: now with Anna Pomaska's Follow the Dots Coloring Book they can have that favorite pastime in coloring-book form. They can link the numbered dots together to create 45 delightful pictures, which may then be colored. And all the while, young readers will be following the adventures of Sara and Jamie in charming, easy-to-read captions.
This coloring book is a fun-to-follow guide for every family that owns a cat or is considering adopting one. Simple pictures and clear, concise captions teach smart, safe ways for children to interact and bond with their pets. Tips include the importance of vaccinations, fresh water and food, and litter-box cleanliness, as well as suggestions for grooming and training.
Out of the blue of the western sky comes yes, the Songbird but she's not alone. Soaring in formation beside her are Daedalus and Icarus reaching for the sun Pegasus shooting for the stars the graceful Stratospheron and her fleet of followers, Baker F-399, Baker X-411, and the Phantom.
An imaginary air force? No, a model one eight original, aerodynamically sound paper airplanes, ready to build and waiting to fly waiting for you, the engineer-pilot, to let them glide, circle, loop, and perform as they must, when cut and assembled according to clear, simple instructions.
These eight full-color, full-sized planes need only scissors, glue, paper clips, a penny, and a few other inexpensive materials to get them off the ground. Their modern, state-of-the-art design by noted graphic artist Arthur Baker allows adjustment of rudder, ailerons, and elevators. This book is a safe and convenient "hangar" for the planes until they are cut and made after that the stratosphere is their home "
Can you remember what Tweety-Bird likes to say, or identify The Three Stooges? Know the name of an island near Florida or the direction the sun rises? Test your word power with 40 super-fun crosswords from the folks at American Mensa. Each puzzle features all the things you love-your favorite books, movies and cartoons; the games you play; and lots more. And when you come across a clue that stumps you-don't worry Just go on and do the others and soon you'll be able to fill in the blanks. There are names of planets and continents, lines from "Yankee Doodle Dandy," nursery rhyme words, plus the nickname for Texas, a red flower with thorns, and a singing chipmunk. It's smart entertainment
Girls love to show off their cooking skills to family and friends, and with Tiny Treats they can turn a plain party into a chef's showcase with petite sweets. Creative recipes for tasty treats such as tiny pies, cakes and croissants are easy to make with easy-to-follow instructions and more than 100 colorful, step-by-step photographs. The plastic cover helps keep pages clean while cooking in the kitchen. Includes tips on how to display and serve treats, or give them as gifts.
Children who love to color and who delight in solving puzzles will find this book a double treat. Anna Pomaska's charmingly drawn, imaginative scenes, peopled by elves, fairies, and other magical and ordinary creatures, have the added attraction of hidden objects -- animals, numbers, letters, and other items -- cleverly worked into the designs.
Thirty-one pictures include all kinds of objects to hunt for while coloring: fish, birds, mice, rabbits, airplanes, flags, umbrellas, ice cream cones, laughing faces, mermaids, ghosts, and more. Captions for each picture provide story lines and indicate the numbers and kinds of items to locate. Solutions are provided in the back of the book.