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All the World

All the World

“ I came across this book at the library and fell in love. It is beautifully written, lovingly and skillfully illustrated, and presents a view of the world that shines with hope. Highly recommended! ” --Yuba_River

100% Positive Reviews
The Learning Company Reader Rabbit Let's Learn Kindergarten Reading

The Learning Company Reader Rabbit Let's Learn Kindergarten Reading

“   I will admit that I am not a big fan of workbooks (although I have been found purchasing one now and then for my homeschooled daughter who sometimes enjoys the simple, straightforward activities and puzzles).     But this is one workbook that we found ourselves enjoying, despite ourselves. It does its job well with fun images and lots of progressively harder activities...” --Melanie Mayo

100% Positive Reviews
The Giving Tree with CD

The Giving Tree with CD

“ A childhood favorite! a beautiful gentle perspective story of friendship. Its a perfect read-aloud. ” --KaliShanti

100% Positive Reviews
Un Pez, Dos Peces, Pez Rojo, Pez Azul/One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish (Spanish Edition)

Un Pez, Dos Peces, Pez Rojo, Pez Azul/One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish (Spanish Edition)

“I love that Dr. Seuss is not available in a Spanish version! This book is translated pretty well; the Spanish is very close to the original, and you can tell there was some thought given to word selection in an attempt to preserve Seuss's classic cadence and rhyming. They don't always succeed, but it's still a fun read. I also think it's a great book for beginning Spanish learners due to the...” --Mosaic

100% Positive Reviews
Whoever You Are (Reading Rainbow Books)

Whoever You Are (Reading Rainbow Books)

“This book, available in English and Spanish versions, talks about people and children around the world. It acknowledges our differences as well as our similarities and serves as a good introductory book to talking to children about culture, race, traditions, and global awareness. It's a short board book with bright, colorful illustrations of different places around the world.” --Mosaic

100% Positive Reviews
Baby Einstein Baby Galileo The World Around Me Sky

Baby Einstein Baby Galileo The World Around Me Sky

“This book was one of my first son's favorites as a baby. It is a giant sized board book that folds out to create a big circle. I used to place it around my son during tummy time, and every which way he'd turn there would be something to look at. I've had a hard time since finding any other products that are similar. If I remember right the book is double sided (so one story on one side, a...” --berrypavlova

100% Positive Reviews
The Story of Religion

The Story of Religion

“ This basic introduction to the major religions of the world begins by explaining religion in fairly vague terms: "a whole set of ideas and beliefs that are so important they often control the way people behave and act."  The book does not assume any of these ideas and stories about the world are true (or untrue), which may or may not be what one is looking for in a book about religions. ...” --readermaid

100% Positive Reviews
People

People

“ People are different, and people are the same.  This large-sized picture book introduces kids to the idea that our unique world is something to be valued.  This book could easily start a discussion about race, culture, religion, etc.  Despite all the differences, "we all begin quite small."  This line is accompanied by an illustration of parents with babies--several of...” --readermaid

100% Positive Reviews
Questions, Questions

Questions, Questions

“ We know and love Marcus Pfister from his Rainbow Fish books, but his newest book is worth looking at with fresh eyes as it is a different direction for him.  Questions, Questions is lovely.  Each spread contains a question or two about the natural world from plants and animals to the weather and more.  The questions are in rhyming couplets, so it reads well for the parents who...” --readermaid

100% Positive Reviews
El gato en el sombrero/ The Cat In The Hat

El gato en el sombrero/ The Cat In The Hat

“I bought this book online because it was bilingual, which is great in a house where we're raising our children in Spanish but have lots of English-speaking babysitters and family members. The English version is the Dr. Seuss we all know and love, and the Spanish translation is true to the original text. In other words, it's an accurate translation, but it is no fun to read at all! The...” --Mosaic

100% Positive Reviews
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