Juvenile Nonfiction

Dinosaur Snaps

Author: DK Publishing

Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 72

View: 407

This entertaining card game with 72 cards encourages young children to develop matching and sorting skills and helps identify the names and shapes of dinosaurs, animals, and modes of transportation. Full-color.
Card games

Dinosaur Snap

Author: Todd Marshall



Category: Card games

Page: 52

View: 434

Dinosaur Snap provides a new theme to this much-loved children's card game. Children will learn the names of all the dinosaurs as they match them up in this easy and fun game. These large, colourful cards make a great gift for young children.
Juvenile Fiction

Dinosaur Snap! the Spinosaurus

Author: Peter Curtis

Publisher: Curiosity Books


Category: Juvenile Fiction


View: 302

Meet Dinosaur Snap, the scary dinosaur with loads of teeth who wants to eat Dinosaur Squeak but never quite manages it. The Spinosaurus had a long snout like a crocodile with very sharp teeth which it used for catching prey. The wonderful rhyming text written by award-winning author Jeanne Willis, introduces Dinosaur Roar and various other dinosaur characters in a story suitable for the very youngest children. Very funny, and great to read aloud, Dinosaur Roar! The Tyrannosaurus rex has been approved by Dr Paul Barrett of the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum in London, and the book contains a spread of simple dinosaur facts and a pronunciation guide.
Language Arts & Disciplines

Dreamcatcher 2

Author: Suchismita Raha 

Publisher: Vikas Publishing House


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


View: 916

The Dreamcatcher series of English Readers knits selections from across the world, from every genre, every period into an unusual pattern. Each thread of this pattern tells a story which is unique, muchloved, and thoughtprovoking. Dreamcatcher encourages readers to understand and appreciate literature, and inspires further reading.The books for grades 1 to 8 adhere to the suggested language skill areas and themes defined by the new curriculum published by the CISCE.
Language Arts & Disciplines

Journey to Literacy: No Worksheets Required

Author: Krista Flemington

Publisher: Pembroke Publishers Limited


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 168

View: 264

"The play-based learning and individualized strategies in this practical book build on the wide range of literacy skills present in the kindergarten classroom. This resource explores simple ways to use traditional learning centres to provide children with real and authentic reasons to listen, speak, read, write, and view. Teachers will find a wealth of resources for creating meaningful learning experiences, including: answers to often-asked questions; milestones to inform teaching instruction; activities and games for both individuals and groups, and literacy extensions that involve children with quality literature, authentic artifacts, and recordings This highly readable book will support teachers as they move beyond worksheets and nurture students on their journey to lifelong literacy."--Publisher.

Bermuda Gold

Author: Edward Cerda

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 303

View: 672

The adventure continues with sergeant Rock and his special squad of combat soldier's fighting for their survival. Once again the Rock and his men have been given an assignment by the higher echelon of command to retrieve not just lost American soldiers but the entire shipment of gold from Fort Knox that was lost en-route to a military base located within the Bermuda Triangle. In their efforts to retrieve this lost gold the sergeant and his men find themselves caught within a giant vortex that transports them deep within the core of the center of the Earth. Their adventure begins and the sergeant and his men find themselves amidst battles between hostile cavemen tribes and hungry dinosaurs trying to devour their prey as well as these human soldier's. Deep within the center of the earth these American soldiers find themselves involved in extraordinary circumstances that challenges their daily survival. Their survival skills are definitely put to the test and each soldier knows that the slightest mistake on their part could result in their death. Sergeant Rock takes his men deep into the center of the earth where adventure and death waits at every corner. The most dreaded adversaries are the meat eating dinosaurs whose only desire is to taste warm and fresh human flesh. In their search for that missing gold, the sergeant and his band of soldiers encounter alien space travelers. Their only objective is to collect more alien life trophies from planet earth. Countless surgical experiments are performed by the aliens on their captured trophies. Some of their trophies are the lost soldier's that sergeant Rock seeks. Now sergeant Rock has to battle with these aliens in order for him to free their human captives. Blood and guts on both sides will be spilled and many lives will be lost by both sides. So if you enjoy the excitement of the unknown and the thrill of the battle, then you will want to read this story of courageous combat soldier's trying to fulfill their responsibilities to their government. Go with sergeant Rock and his men into the unknown and live their adventures as your own. Every step that these courageous soldier's take, death waits with its arms wide open to exterminate their individual lives. Bermuda Gold is filled with action from start to finish. Wait for the next action packed adventure that these American soldiers take into the unknown in Blood South (coming soon).
Juvenile Nonfiction

Lets Learn Dinosaurs

Author: Top That

Publisher: Top That Pub Plc


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 290

This great series covers fun subjects designed to make learning exciting. Whether it's growing plants or making animals from the Balloon Modeling kit, Fun Kits will challenge, entertain, and stimulate young minds and imaginations!
Juvenile Nonfiction

Big Dreams, Grade 1

Author: Roger C. Farr

Publisher: Hmh School


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 480

View: 235