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Build a zoo and develop motor skills, color recognition and counting—simultaneously. The colors of the zoo rooms coordinate with each animal (bird, sheep, horse, kangaroo and crocodile) so that each one has a “home.” The set includes 16 smooth, stained wooden building pieces and 5 animals. From Plan Toys, these sustainable toys are chemical-free, kiln-dried pieces made from no longer producing rubber trees using water-based, organic dyes and non-formaldehyde glue.
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By the same illustrator as Curious George, H. A. Rey, comes this story about a mother kangaroo who is in despair because she has no pocket to carry her son, Freddy. All of the other mother kangaroos have pockets to carry their young in, but not Katy. Very sadly, she goes around asking all of the animals who don't have pockets how they carry their babies. She asks Mrs. Crocodile and Mrs. Monkey, and she observes the lions and the birds, but none of them give her an answer. As a last resort, she wakes up the wise old owl who is asleep in a dead tree. He tells her where to go to find a solution to her perplexing problem.
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Need a supplement for your state history study? This CD-ROM contains printable PDFs to help create notebooks or state reports. Files provide four student pages per state: The Facts, State Symbols, and Investigate pages supply some of the information and the student adds the rest (via fill in the blank, cut and paste, etc). The On-Your-Own pages provide blank pages for students’ own research. One full-color Facts and Symbols page for each state covers the date of statehood; state flower, bird, flag, tree and seal. Additionally, a brief resource list, two crossword and two search puzzles are provided. 265 printable pages; Win/Mac compatible; Adobe Reader required. ~ Ruth
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This is the first volume in the Kingdom Tales Trilogy. The series features stories centering on the adventures of two orphaned brothers who escape a polluted city ruled by an evil enchanter to seek their exiled king in Great Park – the place where trees grow. Readers of this allegory will be confronted with plenty of interesting action, including a quest to find lost treasure. In addition, the author also includes deeper themes within the storyline that touch upon the nature of God and His Kingdom. Anyone who likes Christian fiction or a meaningful allegory will enjoy this captivating novel. This deluxe limited edition book is beautifully illustrated in full-color. 80 pgs, hc. ~ Mike