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Books in Big Book series

  • 200 Brain Games for Kids

    HuSam Network

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, April 7, 2014)
    Minds need exercise, too. So we have prepared this book especially for kids – Brain Games designed to sharpen our kids' minds. 200 Brain Games: Logic Puzzles Mazes Riddles Dots - Pictures Hidden Words Hidden Pictures Matching Games Secret Messages 4x4 Sudoku Brain Teasers ETC ETC ETC ETC Must-Have Book Keep Kids' Minds Sharp Keep Kids' Minds Busy Hi Kids! Have some fun with our Brain Games. Challenge your friends, parents, brothers, sisters, cousins, grandparents, aunts, uncles, …… too. “Good for Our Kids' Minds Brain Sharpening & Lots of Fun” (Z Saabeqoon) Age Range: 6 and up Printed Beautifully (White Paper)
  • Silly Sally

    Audrey Wood

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, March 31, 1994)
    Dance a jig with a silly pig. Play leapfrog with a silly dog. And that's just the beginning of all the fun! Come along and join Silly Sally and her outrageous friends as they parade into town in a most unusual way. "Exploding with whimsy, humor, and zest. . . . Be prepared to read this one a thousand times!"--Booklist (starred review)
  • Big Red Barn

    Margaret Wise Brown, Felicia Bond

    Paperback (Balzer + Bray, April 4, 1991)
    Margaret Wise Brown's simple, rhythmic text about the cycle of a day on a farm, where a family of animals peacefully plays and sleeps, has charmed generations of children. This big book edition (15 x 17 3/4") is perfect for sharing in classrooms.As in her classic Goodnight Moon, Brown engages children and helps settle them down for sleep as they follow along with the animals from morning to night in the barnyard.In the barnyard there are roosters and cows, horses and goats, and a pink piglet who is learning to squeal. Felicia Bond's atmospheric illustrations add to the tranquil simplicity of this gentle story.Big Red Barn makes a lovely baby shower gift and is a wonderful addition to any preschooler's library.
  • Anno's Counting Book Big Book

    Mitsumasa Anno

    Paperback (HarperFestival, Sept. 30, 1992)
    A simple, beautiful introduction to math for the youngest readersEvery child is a natural mathematician, according to Mitsumasa Anno. Children are constantly comparing and classifying things and events they observe around them. As they try to bring sense and order into what they observe, they are actually performing basic mathematical feats.With Anno's Counting Book, the creator of the brilliantly inventive Anno's Alphabet invites young readers on another stimulating adventure of the imagination—this time into the world of numbers and counting. This big book version is the right size for sharing in a classroom.Gentle watercolor pictures show a landscape changing through the various times of day and the turning seasons, months and years, and the activities of the people and animals who come to live there. But the seemingly simple plan of the book is deceptive: look more carefully and you will see one-to-one correspondences; groups and sets; scales and tabulations; changes over time periods; and many other mathematical relationships as they occur in natural, everyday living. The reader is subtly led to see and understand the real meaning of numbers.Look at this book and look again. Each time you do so, you will find another application of a natural mathematical concept that you had not noticed before.
  • Silly Sally

    Audrey Wood

    Paperback (Sandpiper, March 31, 1994)
    Dance a jig with a silly pig. Play leapfrog with a silly dog. And that's just the beginning of all the fun! Come along and join Silly Sally and her outrageous friends as they parade into town in a most unusual way. "Exploding with whimsy, humor, and zest. . . . Be prepared to read this one a thousand times!"--Booklist (starred review)
  • It Looked Like Spilt Milk Big Book

    Charles G. Shaw

    Paperback (HarperFestival, May 30, 1992)
    A beautiful and engaging classic that inspires creativity and imaginationThe white shape silhouetted against a blue background changes on every page. Is it a rabbit, a bird, an ice-cream cone, or just spilt milk? In this childhood classic, kids are kept guessing until the surprise ending, and they're encouraged to improvise similar games of their own. This oversize edition (15 x 19 1/4") is perfect for sharing in a classroom or library.This classic was one of the first books to introduce nonrepresentational art to children. "Inimitable. Represents one of the finest picture-book examples of abstract art and participatory text. It is a renowned American classic that continues to engage young readers with its absolute graphic strength and verbal dialogue between craftsman and child" (Children's Book and Their Creators).Charles Shaw was discovered and nurtured by Margaret Wise Brown, his first editor. It Looked Like Spilt Milk was introduced at the same time as Brown's own Goodnight Moon and The Growing Tree from Ruth Krauss—three books that helped form the foundation of picture-book literature and continue to stand the test of time.
  • Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs Big Book

    Byron Barton

    Paperback (Greenwillow Books, March 15, 1991)
    For the dinosaur-obsessed kids in your life!With bright, clear illustrations and accompanying straightforward text, Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs captures the thrill that children experience as they learn about these prehistoric creatures. This oversize edition (17 x 14 3/4") is the perfect size for sharing in a library or classroom.With a masterful use of color, shape, and composition, Byron Barton brings to life a unique and endearing vision of what the world may have looked like once upon a time when these beasts still roamed the earth.A bright and fun introduction to dinosaurs that works for the youngest of readers.
  • Write 123 Step by Step - 1 to 50

    HuSam Network

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, March 28, 2014)
    Grade Level: Preschool and up Age Range: 3 and up Printed Beautifully (White Paper) LEARNING Method 1 Numbered Arrows Method 2 “One Step at a Time” Boxes WRITING Black Dotted 1-50 with Guidelines Gray (Grey) Dotted 1-50 with Guidelines Guidelines without Numbers CHART 1 - 50 Must-Have Workbook Prepared by HuSam Network Comments, Questions?
  • Is Your Mama A Llama

    Deborah Guarino, Steven Kellogg

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., Jan. 1, 1995)
    A young llama asks his friends if their mamas are llamas and finds out, in rhyme, that their mothers are other types of animals
  • Big Book of Time: A Magical Adventure Through the Seconds, Seasons, and Light Years of the Universe

    William Edmonds, Helen Marsden

    Hardcover (Readers Digest, May 1, 1994)
    An enlightening adventure through seconds, seasons, and light-years of the universe journeys aboard the magic sundial Tempus Fugit where children travel back a decade or a millennium--or peek into the future--unraveling the riddle of time and its mysteries.
  • The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round

    Annie Kubler

    Paperback (Child's Play International, Oct. 18, 2001)
    Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom.
  • Jacket I Wear in the Snow

    Shirley Neitzel, Nancy Winslow Parker

    Paperback (Scholastic, June 1, 1992)
    A young girl names all the clothes that she must wear to play in the snow.