When Fred the Snake and Friends Explore USA East is the seventh book from award-winning author Peter Cotton in the Fred the Snake series.
The Llove Llama Travels the 7 Continents and Ned the Narwhal Voyages the 5 Oceans are fun and engaging educational reads!
In I Am the Wind, readers will follow the wind as it journeys around the world, meeting fascinating creatures and seeing exciting, wild places.
From iconic sights, landmarks, and attractions, this selection of gorgeous kids’ books about New York City are excellent choices for any young reader.
The DK Smithsonian Timelines of Everything presents information in the form of a chronologically ordered set of time-lines, ranging from the events of pre-history through to the modern world, and drawn from cultures all over the world.
Emma Strack and Guillaume Plantevin’s What’s the Difference? is a celebration of difference, and an exploration of the minute detail so important for diversity.
Bound to capture the attention of music buffs, fledging ornithologists, and enthusiastic geographers, Ladies and Gentleman … The Penguins is as entertaining as it is educational.
Christy Hale succeeds in turning a straightforward vocabulary primer into exploration of a complex geographical concept: the way in which land and water are interlinked and interdependent.
These books are fun as well as surprisingly educational, and are sure to offer many a happy rainy afternoon.
If You Were Me And Lived In … Cuba, by Carole P. Roman, is a delightful representation of the vivid and unique culture in this small island country, and is sure to inspire young readers to learn more about other places in the world