What does peace mean to you? This collection of inspirational ideas about peace is based on the lives of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates of the 20th and 21st centuries, among them Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Teresa and Malala Yousafzai.
This unique information book for the very young switches between bodies of water and corresponding land masses with the simple turn of a page. Readers will delight as the story of Water Land unfolds and will see just how connected the earth and the water really are.
Minou, formerly a cat but now a woman with many cattish ways, helps Tibbs, a newspaper reporter, with information she gets from her many feline friends.
It is important for children to understand the cycle of life, while learning that with such understanding comes responsibility. A responsibility to the environment.The “Picture Roo Book Series” does just that. In each title, Pauline Reilly, aided by the illustrations of Will Rolland, explains the life cycle of an animal native to the Australian region. Written in a style simple enough for younger children, but containing a wealth of facts, these books will aid in shaping a positive view of wildlife and the world.For children who wish to learn about exotic animals, and who want to gain a better understanding of the natural world they live in, the “Picture Roo Book Series” will open doors to understanding.
An introduction, in brief text and illustrations, to the characteristics and habits of pigs.
This book provides comprehensive information on the history leading up to the Irish potato famine, presents accounts of narrow escapes, and discusses the legacy of the event.
Provides comprehensive information on the background, lifestyle, beliefs, and present-day lives of the Cree people.