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Alfred Appreciates Arithmetic By Jim Gaven
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‘Alfred Appreciates Arithmetic’ is designed to be an Educational Picture Book about all the letters of the Alphabet. Throughout the book, each letter is represented with an alliteration... More > sentence about math terms, hence the title, ‘Alfred Appreciates Arithmetic’. Basically, each sentence starts with an action followed by one or more math terms/concepts. Illustrations are needed for every single letter, but they are self-explanatory in the sentence following-IE: Alfred Adds Angels. Not only does ‘Alfred Appreciates Arithmetic’ make for a fun learning experience for kids ages 0-8 years old, but it doubles as a fun game with tongue twisters for parents reading along with their child. Make a game out of it; see who can say it ten times fast.< Less
Fat Cat and the Hats - A Level One Phonics Reader By Chris Morningforest & Rebecca Raymond
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Fat Cat is fat! Fat Cat loves hats. Fat Cat goes to the Hat Shop with Nat Cat and Pat Cat and finds a great hat. Then the friends are off to march in a parade, after eating at Coleman... More > Caterpillar’s Caravan 2 Fine Dining Restaurant run by his cousin Clyde. Young readers love the colorful pictures and get to practice short vowel sounds as well. The Looking, Listening and Thinking page has thought provoking questions. This is one in our series of phonics books. We are now creating more of them every month. Find all our books on this and many internet sites. Search: Chris Morningforest. Creating a Happy World of Stories for Kids Everywhere since 1996. We have a commitment to bring fun, uplifting, positive stories to children.< Less
Al the Ant and the Mat on the Sand - A Level One Phonics Reader By Chris Morningforest & Rebecca Raymond
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Al the Ant and Ben the Bug are on the beach. Al has brought a mat to put on the sand. Ben has started to build a sandcastle. Al joins in and helps. This early phonics reader will delight your... More > child. Words are simple, pictures are intriguing. Al is a favorite among young readers. (His cousin Argyle is also well loved in The Adventures of Argyle Ant - a book focused on the letter “A”.) The Looking, Listening and Thinking page has thought provoking questions for the young reader. This is one in our series of phonics books, written by Chris to help a first grade student master reading. We have over 70 eBooks now available on many internet sites. Search “Chris Morningforest” to find them all. We have been Creating a Happy World of Stories for Kids Everywhere since 1996.< Less
It Happened In Manchester By Michael Allen
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A loving description of the emergence of the Beat Boom in Manchester, England in the early sixties, against the background of a city crawling its way into the Swinging Sixties. The book details the... More > early growth of skiffle and its rapid development into the Beat Boom. This was accompanied by the opening of scores of clubs across the area, clubs which gave the kids a place to go and the groups a place to play. By the mid-sixties Manchester had developed into one of the most vibrant and exciting entertainment centres in Britain. Clubs, dancehalls and hundreds of groups including some major names like The Hollies, Wayne Fontana and Hermans Hermits, each of which made a major impact in America. Hundreds of other, less famous groups, and the constant presence of another up and coming group called The Beatles. And, most of all, a funny, moving and wildly entertaining picture of a city by the Mersey whose important role in the pop boom of the sixties has been shamefully ignored or forgotten.< Less
It Happened In Manchester By Michael Allen
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A loving description of the emergence of the Beat Boom in Manchester, England in the early sixties, against the background of a city crawling its way into the Swinging Sixties. The book details the... More > early growth of skiffle and its rapid development into the Beat Boom. This was accompanied by the opening of scores of clubs across the area, clubs which gave the kids a place to go and the groups a place to play. By the mid-sixties Manchester had developed into one of the most vibrant and exciting entertainment centres in Britain. Clubs, dancehalls and hundreds of groups including some major names like The Hollies, Wayne Fontana and Hermans Hermits, each of which made a major impact in America. Hundreds of other, less famous groups, and the constant presence of another up and coming group called The Beatles. And, most of all, a funny, moving and wildly entertaining picture of a city by the Mersey whose important role in the pop boom of the sixties has been shamefully ignored or forgotten.< Less
Twas the Night before Christmas - Classis Version (Annotated, Quotes, Author's Biography, Other Features) By Clement C. Moore
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Who says Christmas is just for kids? Twas The Night Before Christmas is the cheeky, cheery picture book with an adults-only twist on the famous fable by Father Christmas. Tuck the children to bed,... More > and gather round with the adults to enjoy a well-deserved grown-up chuckle. In this saucy spin on a classic tale, Father Christmas makes his rounds and finds something altogether different atop the Christmas tree. A boozy, bawdy fairy named Fanny who her own idea of the spirit of giving. Before you know it, Father Christmas turns from very nice to very naughty—faster than a flying reindeer! Lighthearted and bulging with belly laughs, Twas The Night Before Christmas is the perfect stocking stuffer for anyone who wants to share the season’s humor with a little nudge, and a gentle wink.< Less
Frog - A Level One Phonics Reader By Chris Morningforest & Rebecca Raymond
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Frog loves to swim. Cat and dog come to join frog in the pond. Do you think they both will swim with frog? Simple, colorful illustrations and short sentences will soon have your child reading.... More > Children look for the little yellow frog and the mouse on every page and at the end they get to answer questions about the story, look for differences between pictures, find frogs hiding in the duckweed and much more. The Looking, Listening and Thinking page has thought provoking questions for the young reader. This is one in our series of phonics books, written by Chris to help a first grade student master reading. We are now creating more of them for beginning readers. Keep watching for them on many internet sites. Search Chris Morningforest on all sites. We are Creating a Happy World of Stories for Kids Everywhere.< Less
Mysteries of the Maya Calendar Museum By Laanna Carrasco & Davíd Carrasco
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Did Maya peoples and their calendar predict the end of the world? Will the world end soon? This book has an answer to these questions and more in language and pictures that kids are sure to enjoy.... More > Come join Carlos, Lucia, and their new friend Julia as they learn about the Maya calendar and go on a dream journey to find the truth about the end of the world! Along the way, they meet a talking macaw named Octavio, discover the secret of the Maya glyph for the end of time, fly down a portal to the ancient city of Chichén Itzá, hear the song of the daykeeper Smoking Parrot, and learn the magic of the phrase “the beginning is in the end.” Authors Laanna and Davíd Carrasco are a father-and-daughter team with ethnic roots in Mexico who descend from generations of schoolteachers and an artist from the United States–Mexico borderlands. Illustrated with drawings by Marlo Garnsworthy and photographs.< Less
Croydon Boy By Peter Saunders
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The best-selling singles artist of 1967 was not the Beatles, the Stones or the Who. It was Engelbert Humperdink. And in the year that Sergeant Pepper was released, the best-selling album was the... More > soundtrack from The Sound of Music. The reality of the sixties often fails to live up to the hype. In this unique book, Peter Saunders – a professional sociologist – blends research findings with personal anecdotes to paint a picture of what life was really like for most kids growing up in Britain in the years following the Second World War. Drawing on his own experiences as a lad living in Croydon, as well as on social research from that period, he explores the changes in family life, education, sex, law and order and personal freedom that were taking place in those tumultuous years.< Less
A middle school at a cultural crossroads By Keith Brooks
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This book is a case study from the insight of an educator at a middle school that sees a unique picture of the school and school district based on achievement data, racial inequities and parental... More > advocacy. At times educators would want you to see a colorblind school that treats all kids the same. But what children and families of color are not benefitting from is this 'same' approach, instead of an equity platform that engages each child on the basis of what's best for each different scenario. By identifying how policy development, lack of cultural competency and school climate impact the achievement gap in school settings, this case study pinpoints areas where the school staff and administration missed opportunities to build relationships with students and families of color to create a welcoming environment for all. The reader will question whether or not the achievement gap is tied to an ethical, opportunity and cultural gap.< Less

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