With this adorable sticker book, kids will discover a fun and hands-on way to learn about dogs and puppies. Meet silky spaniels, lively Great Danes, playful terriers, and more See them play, snuggle, and cuddle.Each Ultimate Sticker Book presents an array of colorful, photographic stickers of baby animals or dinosaurs, the US Presidents or the night sky-there's something for everyone. Young children will love working with these durable, reusable stickers, and they can have fun using the stickers to make picture books and projects on their own. These entertaining books provide a hands-on way to explore new subjects. (And some of the stickers even glow in the dark ) Includes over 60 full-color, self-adhesive stickers.
For many sports fans there's no such thing as too much hockey. And in I Spy with My Little Eye Hockey, young readers get double the fun. Matt Napier, author of Z is for Zamboni: A Hockey Alphabet, teams up with photographer David Milne to create a visual puzzle book that challenges the deductive skills and sharp eyes of young readers. Dual look-alike photographs are filled with hockey masks, sticks, pucks, even miniature ice rinks and trading cards. But one of the scenes has been slightly altered. Can you see the changes? How many can you find? Poetic clues help young fans and seasoned veterans find the various differences between each pair of scenes. From the number of Zambonis on the ice to the sweaters hung in a locker room, hockey fans of all ages will enjoy this new way of spying the game
All aboard These little toy trains are always smiling when they're riding the rails and blowing their whistles. In this sticker collection you will find brightly colored locomotives, steam engines, coaches, and more with an extra-special shimmering glow. Apply these twelve adorable stickers to cards, gifts, or any other flat surface and you will smile too. To use stickers, simply peel and apply.
Let these glow-in-the-dark butterfly tattoos alight on arms and legs for nonstop smiles and fun. Delicately beautiful yet bold with color, each graceful design is a testament to nature's beauty. The butterflies come in a variety of sizes, each with glowing, wide-open wings.
-- An inspiring introduction for beginners, Starting Chess covers everything you need to know, from how to set out the pieces to special moves and tactics...-- Lively illustrations of snooty queens, cheeky pawns and wise old kings bring the game to life, while simple diagrams make examples and puzzles clear and easy to follow.-- This new Internet-linked edition also contains descriptions of fun and informative chess Web sites to visit.
The first new idea in maze books since Egyptian times. Originally self- published, Mummy Mazes has won awards and seals of approval from Dr. Toy, The National Parenting Center, Independent Publishers, and Creative Child Magazine.Written and drawn by Elizabeth Carpenter, Mummy Mazes is ingeniously designed to open up to 28 poster-size pages--these are deliciously big mazes, the kind kids will pore over for hours. There are mummies, monuments, and intricate murals, ancient gods and the Pharaoh's mask, scarabs, an Egyptian night sky, and the Giant Sphinx who guards the pyramid complex at Giza. The meticulously drawn mazes lead kids through hieroglyphics, cracks in the limestone, detailed wall paintings, and more. Adding to the fun, each maze is linked by an adventure--the reader joins Professor Archie Ologist on an expedition from the Colossi of Memnon into the heart of long-lost tombs, learning along the way about the cat-goddess Bastet, why both men and women wore wigs, and how much linen it sometimes took to wrap an important mummy (three miles' worth ). Once all the mazes are completed, there's a hieroglyphic puzzle to solve at the end--and then the whole doubles as a coloring book. The pages are perforated to tear, color, and then display on the wall.
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.