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Christmas is many things to many people. It celebrates the birth of the Christ child. It is also Saint Nicholas and Santa Claus, angels, lights, Christmas trees, cards, carols, presents, and prayers. Christmas is... peace, love, and joy.

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Do you know what it takes to run a farm? Gail Gibbons uses her signature combination of clear and informative wording, with plenty of illustrations to explore life on a farm throughout the year. Kids will see the work required to take care of various kinds of animals, as well as indoor chores necessary to maintain the farm. Showing how activities change from one season to the next, Gibbons explain…

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Berries, apples, melons and grapes; oranges, grapefruits, bananas--yum! This scrumptious collection of facts, a companion to The Vegetables We Eat, offers youngsters an inviting, information-packed cornucopia of favorite fruits. Gail Gibbons combines clear, simple wording with her signature illustrations to present fruit facts galore: the parts of fruits, where and how they grow, harvesting, proce…

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Every February 2nd, people all across the country wonder about the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil. Will he see his shadow on that day or won't he? Will spring come early or late? Gail Gibbons combines clear, simple wording with her signature illustrations to present information about Groundhog Day, its origins, and the animal at the center of this delightful annual event. Using colorful diagrams and…

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Discover the origins and history of Halloween traditions and festivities from ancient times to the present day. Pumpkins, candy, costumes and decorations, Halloween is a celebration that provides all kinds of spooky fun.

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Gail Gibbons combines clear, simple wording with her signature illustrations to present all the steps involved in building a house. From the architect who draws the plans, through the various types of workers who construct it, to the family who will make the house their home, each aspect is explained with bright colors and diagrams. Children can easily follow along as construction begins at the gr…

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Imagine a force that can toss boats around like toys, wash away bridges, and create waves as high as eighteen feet. With fierce winds and torrential rains, hurricanes can do all of these things. They can cause tremendous damage and even change the shape of a shoreline. For centuries people did not know when a hurricane was coming. But now we have new methods to predict when and where these storms…

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Did you know the moon is a satellite? In fact, the moon is the Earth's only natural satellite. In beautiful spacious visuals, children will learn about lunar phases, eclipses, lunar exploration and the moon's effect on the earth.

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Why is there winter in the Southern Hemisphere at the same time there is summer in the Northern Hemisphere? Here is an explanation of how the position of Earth in relation to the sun causes seasons, and the wonders that come with each one of them. Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring comes again. Year after year the seasons repeat themselves.

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In addition to the story of Patrick's life, here is information about how St. Patrick's Day is celebrated. There are decorations from shamrocks to shillelaghs. People give cards, share meals, and wear green to honor Ireland, the Emerald Isle--and there are parades! Included are six legends about Patrick.

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Thanksgiving is turkey, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. It is a holiday for remembering the Pilgrims and the Indians. Most of all, it is a time to share with family and friends, and a time to give thanks for many blessings.

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Who knew there were so many different kinds of vegetables? Nonfiction pro Gail Gibbons responds to the need for books on good nutrition with this accessible exploration of vegetables. From glossy red peppers to lush, leafy greens to plump orange pumpkins, vegetables are explored in depth in these fascinating illustrations that clearly explain the many vegetable varieties, how they are grown, and w…

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Tornadoes are funnel-shaped clouds that can cause massive destruction on the ground. Their winds can swirl faster than 260 miles per hour! In addition to factual information, youngsters will learn about how such extreme weather affects the lives of people in areas where these atmospheric storms are common. Using her acclaimed combination of clear wording and detailed illustrations, Gibbons explain…

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Valentine's Day is candy hearts, flowers, and chocolate truffles. It is Valentine cards galore. Most of all, it is a time to share with family and friends, and a time to say 'I love you'.

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Christmas is many things to many people. It celebrates the birth of the Christ child. It is also Saint Nicholas and Santa Claus, angels, lights, Christmas trees, cards, carols, presents, and prayers. Christmas is... peace, love, and joy.

Learn More

Do you know what it takes to run a farm? Gail Gibbons uses her signature combination of clear and informative wording, with plenty of illustrations to explore life on a farm throughout the year. Kids will see the work required to take care of various kinds of animals, as well as indoor chores necessary to maintain the farm. Showing how activities change from one season to the next, Gibbons explain…

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With simple language and bright illustrations, non-fiction master Gail Gibbons introduces young readers to the processes of pollination, seed formation, and germination. Important vocabulary is reinforced with accessible explanation and colorful, clear diagrams showing the parts of plants, the wide variety of seeds, and how they grow. The video includes instructions for a seed-growing project, and…

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Every February 2nd, people all across the country wonder about the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil. Will he see his shadow on that day or won't he? Will spring come early or late? Gail Gibbons combines clear, simple wording with her signature illustrations to present information about Groundhog Day, its origins, and the animal at the center of this delightful annual event. Using colorful diagrams and…

Learn More

Discover the origins and history of Halloween traditions and festivities from ancient times to the present day. Pumpkins, candy, costumes and decorations, Halloween is a celebration that provides all kinds of spooky fun.

Learn More

Gail Gibbons combines clear, simple wording with her signature illustrations to present all the steps involved in building a house. From the architect who draws the plans, through the various types of workers who construct it, to the family who will make the house their home, each aspect is explained with bright colors and diagrams. Children can easily follow along as construction begins at the gr…

Learn More

Imagine a force that can toss boats around like toys, wash away bridges, and create waves as high as eighteen feet. With fierce winds and torrential rains, hurricanes can do all of these things. They can cause tremendous damage and even change the shape of a shoreline. For centuries people did not know when a hurricane was coming. But now we have new methods to predict when and where these storms…

Learn More

In addition to the story of Patrick's life, here is information about how St. Patrick's Day is celebrated. There are decorations from shamrocks to shillelaghs. People give cards, share meals, and wear green to honor Ireland, the Emerald Isle--and there are parades! Included are six legends about Patrick.

Learn More

Thanksgiving is turkey, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. It is a holiday for remembering the Pilgrims and the Indians. Most of all, it is a time to share with family and friends, and a time to give thanks for many blessings.

Learn More

Berries, apples, melons and grapes; oranges, grapefruits, bananas--yum! This scrumptious collection of facts, a companion to The Vegetables We Eat, offers youngsters an inviting, information-packed cornucopia of favorite fruits. Gail Gibbons combines clear, simple wording with her signature illustrations to present fruit facts galore: the parts of fruits, where and how they grow, harvesting, proce…

Learn More

Did you know the moon is a satellite? In fact, the moon is the Earth's only natural satellite. In beautiful spacious visuals, children will learn about lunar phases, eclipses, lunar exploration and the moon's effect on the earth.

Learn More

Why is there winter in the Southern Hemisphere at the same time there is summer in the Northern Hemisphere? Here is an explanation of how the position of Earth in relation to the sun causes seasons, and the wonders that come with each one of them. Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring comes again. Year after year the seasons repeat themselves.

Learn More

Who knew there were so many different kinds of vegetables? Nonfiction pro Gail Gibbons responds to the need for books on good nutrition with this accessible exploration of vegetables. From glossy red peppers to lush, leafy greens to plump orange pumpkins, vegetables are explored in depth in these fascinating illustrations that clearly explain the many vegetable varieties, how they are grown, and w…

Learn More

Tornadoes are funnel-shaped clouds that can cause massive destruction on the ground. Their winds can swirl faster than 260 miles per hour! In addition to factual information, youngsters will learn about how such extreme weather affects the lives of people in areas where these atmospheric storms are common. Using her acclaimed combination of clear wording and detailed illustrations, Gibbons explain…

Learn More

Valentine's Day is candy hearts, flowers, and chocolate truffles. It is Valentine cards galore. Most of all, it is a time to share with family and friends, and a time to say 'I love you'.

Learn More