Sweet Cream the Cow wants to get to the barn. Can you lead her to it? Ducks, chicks, cows, and other farm animals are also eager to get to where they want to go. You can help And when you're finished, you can have even more fun by coloring the large pictures that accompany these 30 brainteasers.
Budding artists can easily create a variety of different pets by joining circles, ovals, rectangles, cylinders, and other common shapes
- 30 pictures to draw: a dog, cat, mouse, parakeet, pony, potbelly pig, lamb, hermit crab, sugar glider, and more
- Simple directions, step-by-step illustrations
- Includes blank practice pages
- Illustrations can be colored when finished
- For children ages 5 to 10
Create your own picture book Young children will love working with these durable, reusable stickers, and they can have fun using them to make picture books and projects on their own. These entertaining books provide a hands-on way to explore new subjects.
The bestselling book for every boy from eight to eighty, covering essential boyhood skills such as building tree houses*, learning how to fish, finding true north, and even answering the age old question of what the big deal with girls is.
In this digital age there is still a place for knots, skimming stones and stories of incredible courage. This book recaptures Sunday afternoons, stimulates curiosity, and makes for great father-son activities. The brothers Conn and Hal have put together a wonderful collection of all things that make being young or young at heart fun--building go-carts and electromagnets, identifying insects and spiders, and flying the world's best paper airplanes.
The completely revised American Edition includes:
The Greatest Paper Airplane in the WorldThe Seven Wonders of the Ancient WorldThe Five Knots Every Boy Should KnowStickballSlingshotsFossilsBuilding a Treehouse*Making a Bow and ArrowFishing (revised with US Fish)Timers and TripwiresBaseball's "Most Valuable Players"Famous Battles-Including Lexington and Concord, The Alamo, and Gettysburg Spies-Codes and CiphersMaking a Go-CartNavajo Code Talkers' DictionaryGirlsCloud FormationsThe States of the U.S. Mountains of the U.S.NavigationThe Declaration of Independence Skimming StonesMaking a PeriscopeThe Ten CommandmentsCommon US TreesTimeline of American History
* For more information on building treehouses, visit www.treehouse-books.com and www.stilesdesigns.com or see "Treehouses You Can Actually Build" by David Stiles
Come aboard to join sailors in the shadow of the Jolly Roger -- rogues, rebels, and daredevil adventurers of the high seas! Ferocious, authentically drawn pirates from many countries await your colors in this swashbuckling coloring book: Khaired-Din Barbarossa, Henry Morgan, Bartolomew Portugues, Captain John Avery, Pierre Le Grand, Jean Bart, Captain William Kidd, Edward Teach (alias Blackbeard), Anne Bonny and Mary Read, Captain Bartholomew Roberts, Calico Jack Rackham, Gustavus Conyngham, Jean Lafitte, and many others.
If you're looking for a fun book about trains, choo-choo-choose this one Ride the rails with 25 pages of simple brainteasers, including hidden pictures, crosswords, and connect-the-dots -- they ALL feature trains You'll find a train circling a Christmas tree, a weird railroad station with things not as they should be, a caboose rattling along the tracks WITHOUT an engine, and much more.
Colorists and horse lovers of all ages will treasure this splendid tribute to horses of the world. Illustrator John Green, a specialist in realistic depictions of animals, excels at drawing horses. This collection of his best equine images features draft animals as well as sporting creatures -- thoroughbreds, mavericks, coach horses, show horses, polo ponies, and many other magnificent steeds. Informative captions offer accurate background information on each image.
Blaze a trail through a juicy apple, a buzzing bee, a seagoing sailboat, and other objects. Twenty-six simple mazes -- one for each letter of the alphabet -- will take you through an igloo, over the ocean floor, around a giant yo-yo, and more. For extra fun, color the big pictures when you're finished traveling. By the way, if you get stuck, take a peek at the answers. They're at the end of the book