My First Book Of Mazes
Mazes are a first love for many children. This high-quality workbook lets children have fun with mazes while at the same time improving their judgment and pencil-control abilities, both of which are crucial elements in their future studies. Original.
Ed Emberley's Drawing Book: Make a World
Using circles, triangles, rectangles and other simple lines, the author illustrates the way in which to draw a number of everyday objects.
Michael Thaler, the Making of a Young Chess Champion
Describes how chess champion Michael Thaler discovered and developed his talent at an early age and learned to deal with both winning and losing.
Amazing Outdoor Activity Book
More Than 50 Step-By-Step Projects to Collect, Draw, Build, Grow, Make and Bake
Teaches about the natural world by describing projects children can do such as make an outdoor survival kit, make a map, create a picture gallery, grow a garden, watch birds, and fly a kite.
Ed Emberley's Drawing Book of Faces
Presents step-by-step instructions for how to draw simple faces of people and animals based on basic shapes such as squares, circles, and rectangles.
Mud Pies and Other Recipes
A Cookbook for Dolls
Presents playful recipes for such dishes as "wood chip dip," "seesaw salad," "roast rocks," and "pencil sharpener pudding," to be prepared for and enjoyed by dolls
Shiny Toy Trains Stickers
Twelve glistening metallic locomotives, passenger cars, and a caboose — all with happy faces — make a grand parade when lined up on a flat surface.
Games and Giggles Just for Girls
Games, riddles, tongue-twisters, mazes, brain-teasers, and other amusements are featured in a book of fun for girls
Dinosaur Life Activity Book
Elementary school-age youngsters learn about dinosaurs by following dots, playing hidden word games, working mazes, doing crosswords, and more.
Backyard Birding for Kids
A Field Guide & Activities
The newest in our popular children's activity line for budding bird lovers!
This informative field guide and activity book teaches kids about birds of all varieties, in the city, country, desert, or at the beach-because no matter where you go, you're bound to spot a bird! Kids will learn about making the backyard bird-friendly, building a bird feeder, and creating their own bird watching notebook to record sightings, locations, information, and notes from the field.