George is excited to visit the zoo to see the new baby panda -- but when he's accidentally locked into the zoo at night, how will he get out? George must find a way to navigate his way out of the zoo and back home where he belongs! Based on the Emmy Award-winning PBS show. In this new 8 x 8 based on the Emmy Award-winning PBS show, Curious George can't wait to see the brand-new baby panda at the zoo. But when George accidentally gets locked into the zoo at night, he has to use maps, landmarks, and his animal instincts to find his way out! Bonus activities help reinforce the concepts in the story, including instructions for building your very own map of your home!
The 1995 Guide to 1,000+ Kid-tested, Classic and New Products for Ages 0-10
Author: Joanne Oppenheim
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Category: Audio-visual materials
The completely updated, annual guide to finding the best-designed, most educational, most entertaining toys, games, books, recordings, videos, and software for children--featured on The Today Show and in USA Today. This new edition features the 1995 award-winners along with multicultural and special needs products, top-rated catalogs, and more.
Highlights baby books, preschool and picture books, poetry and anthologies, early readers, fiction, special needs, award winners, and titles appropriate for toddlers. A section on how to use the internet to look for children's books is also included.
A Start-to-finish Reading Program Any Parent Can Use
Author: Barbara Curtis
Publisher: B & H Publishing Group
Basic reading skills have declined steadily among America's children over the past twenty years, and it's up to parents to nurture and encourage their children in their most teachable years. Written with insight and wisdom by a woman who proved these techniques on her own eleven children, this book is a simple, thorough, and very affordable tool that shows parents how to develop a love of reading in their pre-school children. Ready, Set, Read! helps any child become a better, more enthusiastic reader, and gives parents the satisfaction of knowing they play a vital role in their children's achievement.