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  • Item #: 041465
    ISBN: 9780486445359
    Retail: $4.99
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    Who says mazes are easy to complete? This reproducible book contains 30 maze puzzles that older students and adults will find mighty challenging. There are a few typical mazes to warm you up, but then a variety of difficult mazes are included. There are 3-D mazes, mazes with paths that go over and under other paths, mazes with transparent surfaces of cylinders and cubes, mazes with designated stops along the way, key mazes, directional arrow mazes, and path arrow mazes. Some mazes add a few restrictions to make things even more difficult. Easier mazes may take only 5-10 minutes to solve, but the harder ones can take hours. Answers are provided. 46 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 025888
    ISBN: 9781603425315
    Retail: $16.95
    Rainbow Price: $12.50

    More structured than a nature journal, this "outdoor workbook" is a great tool for families and students who prefer some guided instruction and inspiration as they observe, record, and learn from nature throughout the year. It features a varied, interactive format that kids won't soon get bored with, great forms for observation you can print from the publisher's website, and lots of terrific activity suggestions. The book is divided into three parts: "How to Be a Naturalist," "Learning the Sky," and "Exploring Nature." The first part introduces students to the skills and tools of the naturalist, provides suggestions and forms for setting up a nature journal, offers ideas for observation and appreciation (listing species that live in your neighborhood, making a "nature arrangement" or using observations to write a nature poem), and even includes quick drawing lessons that all culminate in an "field expedition." Because weather plays such a large role in nature, it gets its own chapter, and students are encouraged to draw the sky over different days and times, "read" clouds, draw a weather map, learn why we have seasons, play with shadows, keep a moon journal, discover nocturnal animals, learn three constellations and write a sky poem. The majority of "Exploring Nature" is organized by month (January-December) and provides specific activities and mini-lessons on seasonal nature topics. In March students will learn about the spring equinox, check for life in small pools of water and streams, turn over logs and rocks, draw birds, observe and draw budding twigs, and much more. In August, the focus is on water (the book assumes a family vacation here!) and students learn about the water cycle, find out more about a local stream or river, experiment with water, learn about water creatures, find sources of water in nature, keep a nature journal on vacation, and sleep under the stars. Several forms are provided for all months, including "Nature Notes" and "Nature Quest" forms, and a blank page for a "Picture of the Month." You can print more of these online for ongoing observation projects. Quite a few helpful resources for parents can be found in the appendix, such as safety information, suggestions on how to use nature journals in teaching and how to use the book to meet state curriculum standards, a bibliography (including suggested field guides and books for kids), recommended websites and a list of nature organizations. If you're new to nature studies and looking for some time-saving forms and activity suggestions, this is a resource to consider – and its reasonable enough you may want to get each child their own copy. – Jess

  • Item #: 054330
    Retail: $11.00
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    9" long, one-piece wood stock, fires pull off caps.

  • Item #: 043292
    ISBN: 9781599150093
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $19.95

    This unabridged reproduction of the 1905 edition provides children with an extensive, yet engaging history of England from Roman times through the reign of Queen Victoria. There are over a hundred chapters, although each one is only several pages long. Chapters usually focus on a monarch or a specific event (usually a battle) under the reign of the monarch. Although this 654-pg to me looks intimidating at first glance, the writing is lively and descriptive with lots of dialogue. Lifelike black-and-white full-page illustrations are scattered throughout the book. By H.E. Marshall, pb. - Jess

  • Item #: 031007
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $12.25

    With a similar mix of lessons, tests, practice material, and games as Typing Instructor, this version is more accessible to younger kids and offers a fun, motivating and effective way to learn typing skills. There are 160 touch-typing lessons which cover all the basic keys (letters, numbers, symbols) on either a standard or a split keyboard (except for the 10-key number pad). There are ten different typing plans, each geared to a different age group. Regardless of the plan they are following, each student learns the keyboard by taking a tour of "Typer Island" and visiting five different lands as they journey to the Castle. As students journey through Old West, On the Water, In the Air, Over the Edge, and Under the Sea, they'll learn new keys and complete exciting challenges (usually timed) like typing to shoot words out of the sky, racing a Viking ship by typing words as quickly as possible, and typing words printed on sharks before they eat you! The activities build upon each other so students can't move on until their skills are ready. The changes in scenery add a lot of variety to the lessons, but you can still rely on helpful features including visual instruction with the 3-D guide hands and keyboard. Accuracy and speed (WPM) are also tracked throughout, with students getting instant feedback on their performance, and earning rewards as well.

    Of course, the arcade-like games will be the most fun to the beginning typist! The further students advance in the program, the more games will be available to them. Once they make it through all five lands, students capture the Castle, which opens the Lost City, a new addition to the program that provides two new games. While capturing the Castle and exploring the Lost City are the ultimate goals of the game, students earn treasures and points all through the program, which keeps them motivated and entertained. Students can also visit Explorer Isle at any point to play their favorite games (except for Lost City games), using only the keys that they have covered already. They can also visit Story Lagoon and practice typing one of 40 familiar stories, including fairy tales and classic literature. With this program's careful progression, interesting storyline, high-quality animation, 30+ games, multiple skill levels, and English/Spanish instruction, it's no wonder it is the winner of so many prestigious educational awards. This one comes highly recommended, folks

    Please note that software comes in a paper sleeve, not a box. There are two versions available; one is designed for Windows or Mac and one that is only compatible with Windows. Both are compatible with Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000 while Win/Mac version is also compatible with Mac OSX 10.4 or higher (including Snow Leopard). Rachel

  • Item #: 021253
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    You're playing Scrabble with three friends. You love the game but you hate the long delays between your turns. You can only spend so much time planning your next move, as someone invariably messes up your plans. What can you do? Bananagrams! In this Scrabble-like game, you compete against up to 7 other players, but your tiles, played and unplayed, are always under your control. In essence, you have your own flexible game of Scrabble going on, and so do your opponents. Start with your tiles (the number depending on the number of players), turn them over, and start making connecting and intersecting words. All letters are the same point value, and you can rearrange your words at any time. When any player has played all his letters, he takes a new tile from the Bunch, as do all the other players. If a player cannot play a letter, he can put the tile back and draw three other tiles. Play continues until there are fewer tiles in the Bunch than there are players. The first player to play all his tiles is the winner of that round (if all his words are correct). Rounds typically take around ten minutes, but can be as little as five, so games can consist of as many rounds as you decide. Variations of the game are also possible, even a solitaire game. Bananagrams comes in a cloth pouch that looks like (you guessed it) a banana, and includes 144 ivory-like tiles and instructions.
  • Item #: 048359
    Retail: $20.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.75

    Your mission, should you choose to accept it… band together with your teammates, don your Adventurer identity, and race around a sinking island, trying to capture the hidden treasures and escape before it all disappears under the churning sea! That, in a nutshell, is the concept behind this innovative cooperative game. The game consists of 24 beautifully illustrated, double-sided island tiles, four treasure figurines, Treasure cards, Flood cards, Adventurer cards, pawns, and a water meter. To begin, lay out the 24 tiles in a group, with the treasures close by. Six Flood cards are played, and their corresponding island tiles are flooded, and flipped to their blue-shaded "underwater" side. At this point, players are randomly dealt Adventurer cards, and take the matching pawns. Each Adventurer has a role (Engineer, Navigator, Pilot, etc.), and slightly different abilities than his/her teammates. As the game begins, players (although taking turns) act as a team to accomplish treasure-gathering, shoring up flooded tiles, and (hopefully!) keeping everyone on stable parts of the island. On each turn, players can take several actions including moving their pawn, shoring up flooded tiles, giving Treasure cards to another player, or capturing a treasure. After they have completed their actions, they draw Treasure cards and Flood cards. This is the most unpredictable part of the game, as you never know when you will trigger a rising water level which increases the number of Flood cards you have to draw on every turn! Flood cards dictate which tiles on the island are "flooded." If tiles aren't shored up and a Flood card matching that tile is drawn again, the tile is permanently removed from the island… and the island shrinks. Once you begin, it's a race against time to gather the treasures (and keep the tiles that hold treasures from sinking!), and leave the island as a group. If you fail to gather one or more treasures, or you lose a teammate the game is over and you lose. You'll find your whole team strategizing together and breathlessly watching each other draw the fateful Flood cards. Truly unique, this pulse-pounding game is a bit different every time you play and a great team strategy game too! Highly, highly recommended. For 2-4 players. – Jess

  • Item #: 038315
    Retail: $20.00
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    10” x 5” x 8”. Throws anything light, round, and under 1" in diameter over 15 feet! Includes miniature plastic balls.

  • Item #: 005161
    ISBN: 9781893103160
    Retail: $21.95
    Rainbow Price: $17.95

    Readers will enjoy an interesting look at not only the man, but the 19th century world in which he lived. Britain's enormous growth and emergence as a democracy, Germany united under Bismarck, Russia freeing the serfs, Japan opened to foreign trade, the U.S. in turmoil over slavery and many other cultural and socio/economic events are all shared in Foster's engaging text laced with her traditional pictures, maps, time lines and graphs. (description by Beautiful Feet)

  • Item #: 004363
    Retail: $0.00
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    Traverse your way through the United States of America in order of statehood with these spiral-bound state studies. Developed for two different age groups, both books help students discover how the United States was formed over the years by introducing the states in the order in which they became states. In the book for older students, lesson plans at the front of the book provide teachers with an outline and a small timeline of important events surrounding the statehood of that state. This section also holds five review lessons and quizzes to be assigned periodically. The body of the book contains the state-specific pages; each state is allotted three pages to provide students with a complete overview. The first of these pages holds interesting facts about cities, firsts, inventions, and other boasts of that state. At the bottom of this page, students can fill in other fascinating facts they discover about the states through their own research. The second page on each state is the data page; this covers the state's nickname, motto, symbols (bird, tree, flower and flag), historical sites, information on the economy, and a small map work section. Students decode the nickname and motto, read the passage on historical sites, cut and paste the correct state symbols from the back to the spaces provided, and use other appendices to answer the questions on the state's economy and complete the map work. The last state page in each series offers a brief, interesting reading passage on a notable event from that state. Appendices at the back provide the answers to the state data activities as well as the review lessons and quizzes.

    In the newer book for young learners, much of the same format is followed; students still receive four fun worksheets for each state, which cover state symbols, mapwork, special people, date of statehood, capital city, motto, and nickname. Suggested teaching schedules are still provided and this book is even more focused on building character, patriotism, Christian (pid, dsc) values, and a love for geography. Many younger students won't be able to read the text in the book, but will still benefit from having the information read to them. Activities include coloring, cutting, pasting, and learning about interesting people from each state. Full-color symbol pictures are included for both levels. Steph

  • Item #: 073964
    Retail: $34.95
    Rainbow Price: $31.40

    Start ‘em young looking at the wonders of the biological world through this 8X microscope. This unit has a couple of advantages over the typical 5X ‘scope for young children. Besides the greater magnification, the slides are arranged with 3 images per slide that are related. First is an image recognizable to the naked eye, followed by two magnified images of parts of the same item. The Experiment Manual provides all the info you would expect in a user manual, but also includes a 16-page story that incorporates the use of the slides. This helps the child see the images in context. Correct placement of the slide into the slide holder is assured by notches on the slides and a directional arrowhead, with geared movement of the slide under the microscope. Light under the image is powered by 2 AAA batteries (not included). One of the lenses can easily be removed to act as a 2X magnifying glass. What’s not to like?

  • Item #: 070534
    ISBN: 9780374347017
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $13.95

    Even in the 21st century, many voices in the West still promote the supposed virtues of communism. It is not difficult, of course, to sing the praises of a political system that demands control over all of the economic and social activity of its citizens if you have never actually lived under it. Well, the author of The Wall: Growing Up Behind the Iron Curtain, actually lived in Czechoslovakia when it was under communist domination. He presents an accurate and unvarnished perspective regarding the true effects of collectivism upon the government and the Czechoslovakian people during the last half of the twentieth century. The author presents his story in a journal/diary style, beginning in the early 1950’s and ending with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Includes a wide variety of color as well as black & white pictures or drawings. 48 pgs, hc. ~ Mike

  • Item #: 067327
    ISBN: 9781936981496
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $52.95

    Sounds – oo, o, ew, o-e, oe, u-e, ue, ui, ou, u, oo, oi, oy, ar, ear, ur, ir, or, er, yr, or, ore, oor, our, ow, ou, y, are, air, ere, eir, eer, ier. Sight Words (SnapWords ® List C and Nouns 1) – old, cold, told, hold, after, her, bring, giving, going, man, was, had, better, under, over, never, were, next, began, far, find, kind, soon, off, there, where, very, live, give, oh, think, made, came, ride, other, another, found, how, around, own, know, more, those, these, pick, much, which, before, first, walk, again, hard, some, does, day, long, gone, didn’t, don’t.

  • Item #: 066588
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      This is definitely “knot” a sit-down game! Players stand in a circle and hold on to different colored bands. Each player will hold the end of a different colored band in each hand. A kick spinner is placed on the floor in the middle of the circle. Players take turn kicking the spinner, which instructs them to go over or under the band of a certain color. Play goes around the circle twice, then the group is challenged to get “unTwangled” without letting go of the bands! As a team-building game, successfully recreating the initial circle makes you all winners! 4-8 players.

  • Item #: 064608
    Retail: $14.99
    Rainbow Price: $11.95

    Wind it up and let it fly! This fun, colorful bird really flaps its wings (based off the ornithopter designs by Da Vinci himself!) and can fly up to 150 feet! Simply wind the enclosed rubber band 50 times, then release the trigger under the right wing as you give it a gentle toss (Remember: it propels itself, so don’t throw it like a glider!) Once you get the hang of it, try changing the position of the tail to see what kind of interesting flight patterns this bird is capable of! The plastic construction makes it very lightweight and sturdy enough to take a rough landing. A spare rubber band is also included, just in case. Happy flying! – Laura

  • Item #: 064234
    Retail: $14.99
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    Kid (and educator!) favorite, Mad Libs, now reinvented for easy solo play! With 20 activity sheets, the flip n’ check plastic sheet and a dry erase marker, children will enjoy hours of mad lib silliness and grammar practice! Simply place the blank mad libs grammar page under the plastic sheet and fill in your responses. When finished, flip the page over for your unique Mad Libs story with your prewritten words perfectly placed. This is perfect for independent play and review, to occupy busy minds in the car, or to free mom to focus on other children. Spiral bound, padded hardcover. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 064069
    ISBN: 9781583246580
    Retail: $12.95
    Rainbow Price: $10.50

       Typically, young children don’t just dive in and have beautiful, legible handwriting. Strengthening of fine motor skills helps them develop the control they need for handwriting. This book offers 64-pages of practice for the pre-writing years. Six basic patterns are presented and practiced in a fun way that should appeal to the preschool and kindergarten crowd – left to right (sideways), tall and short lines (top to bottom), zigzag (going up and down), spiral and circle (around and back, around and forward), up and over, and down and under. The practice progresses from children drawing with wide shaded and dotted lines to shaded without dotted lines, to narrower lines, to no shading or lines at all. All this practice is done on blackline pictures that can be colored after finishing their lines. Start developing that handwriting with some pre-writing fun! ~ Donna

  • Item #: 062487
    Retail: $39.99
    Rainbow Price: $31.50

    Granada, 1278. You and up to five other architects have been commissioned to create the most splendid palace and fortress complex in all of Spain: the Alhambra. Master builders and workers from all over have come to show off their skill and aid you in this projectfor substantial fees, of course. To make matters worse, all workers wish to be paid in their national currency!

    The objective of the game is to construct the most of certain types of buildings in your Alhambra: Pavilions, Gardens, Towers, and so on. Each turn, players perform some combination of buying building tiles, taking money, or redesigning the Alhambra. The trick is that all building tiles come with a variable currency and cost, and you dont get change (or get to keep buying) if you pay more than the necessary amount. Once you acquire tiles, you can add them to your existing palace. Tile walls represent another hazard to construction: certain building tiles include sections of wall which must be connected to other walls in the Alhambra. Making things more complicated are mid-game scoring rounds; throughout the game, randomly-placed scoring cards will be drawn from the money pile. These initiate a round of scoring, rewarding each player who currently has the most of a certain type of building. Once all building tiles are exhausted, the game ends, and a final scoring round takes place. Make sure to manage your resources carefully, lest a more successful architect snatch victory out from under you! Duration: 45-60 minutes. 2-6 players.

  • Item #: 060409
    ISBN: 9781629147192
    Retail: $16.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.51

    Touring the agricultural lab that developed penicillin in the 1940s? Now, that's a good field trip! Science and history all wrapped up together! We all know there is value in field trips but sometimes we're a little overwhelmed at adding one more thing to busy lives and schedules. This book will help! This resource contains a bit of public school flavor and some of its content is geared toward putting together more formal proposals and plans than necessary with many homeschool field trips. Nevertheless, you will find lots of practical ideas for locations and what to do, as well as for handling all those pesky logistics.

    The goal is learning, right? And, as you would expect, the local community is the place to start. Suggestions for community field trips are organized alphabetically – from airports to zoos with all sorts of interesting "in-betweeners": alarm or security companies, cemeteries, junkyards (?), shell shops, just to mention a very few. There are 121 solid suggestions in this section. What I like even better, though, is the fleshing-out of those suggestions. For instance, did you know that small, private airports are best and that you should ask to see the wind sock, the runway, the airplanes, and hangars? While there, you should go close to a plane and, if possible, into the cockpit or passenger section. And, of course, observe a plane landing or taking off. I've taken almost this exact same field trip with my children but we had the added bonus of being able to take a short flight in a small plane. It was memorable!

    Some neighborhood field trip ideas are creative. Use your neighborhood (i.e. counting vehicles at a corner – tally and graph the kinds or colors of vehicles that pass by), your school grounds (i.e. classify objects - most of these could be done even better in your own backyard). Other ideas are come-to-you field trips (i.e. veterans or professionals), and, interestingly, even web-based field trips (i.e. an introduction to deserts in a number of environments).

    This book is packed with good information. In addition to the where to go/what to do aspect, a lot of nitty-gritty logistical details are provided so you won't forget something essential. Granted, the orientation is a classroom of children, but the only real difference between those classrooms and a homeschooling group is the variety of ages in the latter. You still need to prepare your students for the experience, plan for their safety, and make sure you have certain supplies. However, homeschoolers probably have it easier when it comes to arranging transportation.

    Obviously, targeting classroom situations, this book includes some information that might seem or be irrelevant for homeschoolers. The introductory section discussing the rationale for taking field trips is lengthy (over 30 pages). Although there is food for thought here, much of this information appears to be geared toward grant-writing with the goal of funding school field trips. The chapters grouped under Caring and Curiosity (sparking interest) and Field Trips are for Learning (determining and assessing learning), while couched in education-speak are filled with first-hand field trip experiences that illustrate various teaching methodologies and goals. If you're willing to spend just a bit of time in these chapters, there are valuable take-away points for your entire homeschooling experience—not just field trips. And when it comes to planning and organizing field trips, the idea and how to chapters are worth the price of the book. 262 pp, pb. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 059371
    ISBN: 9781615192038
    Retail: $15.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.84

      Subtitled, How to Develop Your Child’s Language Skills from Birth to Age Four. There are some books that I call “theoretically practical”: they provide you a wealth of hands-on application backed up by lots of theory, research and support. Small Talk gets a high rating in this category. Communication develops from a very young age and this book explains the development in clear, understandable ways and then provides optimal ways for parents to encourage vocabulary and language. Honing in on speech development from birth to 48 months, 7 chapters focus on the different speech development phases such as the pre-babble phase, the single-word phase, etc. The authors discuss what typically occurs and how to encourage your child’s full development during each phase. All this helpful information is in small, bite-sized pieces. Written in a straight-forward and encouraging tone, the authors guide and direct you so that you are able to guide and direct your young ones. Each chapter ends with a brief list of milestones of speech and language development (taken from United Kingdom guidelines) that are suggested as typical, recognizing that a child is an individual and will develop at his/her own pace. The Small Talk Time insets provide brief activities to get your children communicating in their particular phase. Expect a treasure of practical tips—that at first glance may not always seem language related—such as getting the most out of your storybooks, helping your infant eat properly, working with tongue-tied children, etc. Over 50 little prep songs/games/activities encourage language awareness and development. Lots of these would be great homeschool preschool activities.

      Although the authors address practical concerns as they discuss each developmental stage, one chapter focuses exclusively with parental concerns such as stuttering, autism, bilingualism, the use of the pacifier and TV. Founder of the Owl Centre in Oxfordshire, England, Nicola Lathey, co-author, is a speech and language therapist who specializes on children under age 5. The back of the book contains more resources: an appendix to help you identify language problems; a glossary; an index (organized by child’s age and also by individual items); support organization list; recommended reading; and a resource list of language-producing activities and toys. An excellent language resource for parents and all who interact with young children. 6” x 9”, 326, sc. ~ Ruth 

  • Item #: 056133
    ISBN: 9780794534554
    Retail: $14.99
    Rainbow Price: $14.24

    Fun on every page and a surprise under every flap – children will learn about our universe. Only 12 pages in length, but over 70 flaps throughout! Flaps of all shapes and sizes – long flaps, round flaps, big flaps over little flaps, and odd-shaped flaps, reveal important facts about the universe in which we live. The pages are constructed of sturdy cardboard for repeated flap-lifting to find answers to questions about the universe – where are we located, how the universe got here, what is the universe made of, and many more questions. In true Usborne fashion, children will be intrigued by the illustrations and have hours of fun as they See Inside the Universe. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 053186
    ISBN: 9780545396271
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $9.00

    Ever find yourself sitting at a table wishing you had some activity to occupy your kids – or yourself? Coin Blasters will fill the void. The book comes with 2 coin blasters, 2 ramp stands, and 10 games. You will have some assembly to prep the games (all punch out pieces are included in the back of the book) but in no time you (or the kids) could be flicking coins from the blasters and sinking shots, knocking teeth from monsters' mouths, breaking the piggy bank, or dueling over some other ingenious game. Games can be played individually or competitively. All you need to supply are the coins. Pennies work best, but any coins thin enough to fit the blaster will work. So open your wallet, dig around in the car, and look under the sofa cushions - chances are you have plenty of "ammunition" right at hand!

  • Item #: 052631
    Retail: $2.95
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    Clever, flat, bookmarks fold over your page and stay put. Lovely images make these a perfect add-on gift. Give one with a new book or add one to a birthday card. Images are on magnet sheets and are a long oval, about 8.5" long and 1.5" wide. When you fold them they are about 4.25 inches to fit easily in most any book. For kids: These have bright primary colors and patterns kids will love. Look for: wise owl reading, music, solar system, under the sea, spring flower. Mark Twain quote: A black and white photo of Twain with the quote, "A person who won't read has no advantage over one who can't read." Look for: read. Inspirational: This collection has beautiful color photos. Look for: cross and flag, stick cross, water cross, cross and thorns, three crosses, hands.
  • Item #: 052630
    Retail: $2.95
    Rainbow Price: $1.50
    Clever, flat, bookmarks fold over your page and stay put. Lovely images make these a perfect add-on gift. Give one with a new book or add one to a birthday card. Images are on magnet sheets and are a long oval, about 8.5" long and 1.5" wide. When you fold them they are about 4.25 inches to fit easily in most any book. For kids: These have bright primary colors and patterns kids will love. Look for: wise owl reading, music, solar system, under the sea, spring flower. Mark Twain quote: A black and white photo of Twain with the quote, "A person who won't read has no advantage over one who can't read." Look for: read. Inspirational: This collection has beautiful color photos. Look for: cross and flag, stick cross, water cross, cross and thorns, three crosses, hands.
  • Item #: 052629
    Retail: $2.95
    Rainbow Price: $1.50
    Clever, flat, bookmarks fold over your page and stay put. Lovely images make these a perfect add-on gift. Give one with a new book or add one to a birthday card. Images are on magnet sheets and are a long oval, about 8.5" long and 1.5" wide. When you fold them they are about 4.25 inches to fit easily in most any book. For kids: These have bright primary colors and patterns kids will love. Look for: wise owl reading, music, solar system, under the sea, spring flower. Mark Twain quote: A black and white photo of Twain with the quote, "A person who won't read has no advantage over one who can't read." Look for: read. Inspirational: This collection has beautiful color photos. Look for: cross and flag, stick cross, water cross, cross and thorns, three crosses, hands.
  • Item #: 052628
    Retail: $2.95
    Rainbow Price: $1.50
    Clever, flat, bookmarks fold over your page and stay put. Lovely images make these a perfect add-on gift. Give one with a new book or add one to a birthday card. Images are on magnet sheets and are a long oval, about 8.5" long and 1.5" wide. When you fold them they are about 4.25 inches to fit easily in most any book. For kids: These have bright primary colors and patterns kids will love. Look for: wise owl reading, music, solar system, under the sea, spring flower. Mark Twain quote: A black and white photo of Twain with the quote, "A person who won't read has no advantage over one who can't read." Look for: read. Inspirational: This collection has beautiful color photos. Look for: cross and flag, stick cross, water cross, cross and thorns, three crosses, hands.
  • Item #: 052627
    Retail: $2.95
    Rainbow Price: $1.50
    Clever, flat, bookmarks fold over your page and stay put. Lovely images make these a perfect add-on gift. Give one with a new book or add one to a birthday card. Images are on magnet sheets and are a long oval, about 8.5" long and 1.5" wide. When you fold them they are about 4.25 inches to fit easily in most any book. For kids: These have bright primary colors and patterns kids will love. Look for: wise owl reading, music, solar system, under the sea, spring flower. Mark Twain quote: A black and white photo of Twain with the quote, "A person who won't read has no advantage over one who can't read." Look for: read. Inspirational: This collection has beautiful color photos. Look for: cross and flag, stick cross, water cross, cross and thorns, three crosses, hands.
  • Item #: 052626
    Retail: $2.95
    Rainbow Price: $1.22
    Clever, flat, bookmarks fold over your page and stay put. Lovely images make these a perfect add-on gift. Give one with a new book or add one to a birthday card. Images are on magnet sheets and are a long oval, about 8.5" long and 1.5" wide. When you fold them they are about 4.25 inches to fit easily in most any book. For kids: These have bright primary colors and patterns kids will love. Look for: wise owl reading, music, solar system, under the sea, spring flower. Mark Twain quote: A black and white photo of Twain with the quote, "A person who won't read has no advantage over one who can't read." Look for: read. Inspirational: This collection has beautiful color photos. Look for: cross and flag, stick cross, water cross, cross and thorns, three crosses, hands.
  • Item #: 052625
    Retail: $2.95
    Rainbow Price: $1.50
    Clever, flat, bookmarks fold over your page and stay put. Lovely images make these a perfect add-on gift. Give one with a new book or add one to a birthday card. Images are on magnet sheets and are a long oval, about 8.5" long and 1.5" wide. When you fold them they are about 4.25 inches to fit easily in most any book. For kids: These have bright primary colors and patterns kids will love. Look for: wise owl reading, music, solar system, under the sea, spring flower. Mark Twain quote: A black and white photo of Twain with the quote, "A person who won't read has no advantage over one who can't read." Look for: read. Inspirational: This collection has beautiful color photos. Look for: cross and flag, stick cross, water cross, cross and thorns, three crosses, hands.
  • Item #: 052624
    Retail: $2.95
    Rainbow Price: $1.50
    Clever, flat, bookmarks fold over your page and stay put. Lovely images make these a perfect add-on gift. Give one with a new book or add one to a birthday card. Images are on magnet sheets and are a long oval, about 8.5" long and 1.5" wide. When you fold them they are about 4.25 inches to fit easily in most any book. For kids: These have bright primary colors and patterns kids will love. Look for: wise owl reading, music, solar system, under the sea, spring flower. Mark Twain quote: A black and white photo of Twain with the quote, "A person who won't read has no advantage over one who can't read." Look for: read. Inspirational: This collection has beautiful color photos. Look for: cross and flag, stick cross, water cross, cross and thorns, three crosses, hands.