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Books with title 5 Wild Creature Adventures!

  • 5 Wild Creature Adventures!

    Chris Kratt, Martin Kratt, Random House

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, Jan. 3, 2017)
    Five Wild Kratts Step into Reading leveled readers in one book!PBS’s hit animated show Wild Kratts follows the adventures of zoologists Chris and Martin Kratt as the duo travels to animal habitats around the globe. Along the way, they encounter incredible creatures while combining science education with fun. Boys and girls ages 4 to 6 will dive into this Step into Reading collection featuring five Wild Kratts leveled readers about sharks, reptiles, and other wild things, together in one volume! Step 2 readers use basic vocabulary and short sentences to tell simple stories. For children who recognize familiar words and can sound out new words with help.
  • Wild West Adventures

    Donna Vann

    Paperback (CF4Kids, Nov. 20, 2006)
    Cowboys and Indians, buffalo stampedes, eating well-roasted mouse as a cure for measles - what was it like to live in the Wild West? This area of America stretched from the Mississippi River all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Although you don't often see covered wagons or teepees these days, there are still cowboys and Indians. And the West is still wild - especially when you consider what else lives there - bears, coyotes and poisonous snakes! As well as amazing nature and incredible adventures, there are stories of people of faith who were inspired by Jesus. You can be like a pioneer as you explore this part of God's surprising and wonderful world. Come along on the journey!
  • Wild Adventures

    Brita Granstrom, Mick Manning

    Hardcover (Frances Lincoln Children's Books, March 15, 2015)
    Packed with all kinds of exciting outdoor activities for children and the whole family, to encourage awareness of the natural world, to develop self-sufficiency skills – and to show how much fun it is to explore nature. The activities include: tracking skills; wildlife spotting; foraging for wild food and cooking outdoors; how to light a fire safely (with adult supervision); stargazing, including star maps; outdoor games; nature chase; how to mimic birdsong; how to make whistles and peashooters from elder stems; how to make plaster-cast animal tracks: nature collections and making art from nature finds. With full-page pictures, vignettes, captions and a glossary at the back, this is the book you need when you go out in the park or countryside.
  • Wild Adventures

    Richard Brown, Jayne Driscoll

    language (Richard Brown, Dec. 13, 2013)
    5 Short fun children's stories involving some of the worlds most endangered animals. Each story has a conservation message with identifiable characters to which children will warm to. Follow the main characters adventures and enjoy the life and trials of these wonderful creatures. Thought provoking but very enjoyable stories will fill each child with wonder and excitement. A donation from every book sold will go directly to the wildlife organisation. The (W W F) World Wildlife Foundation to help in their hard work in saving some of the worlds most endangered animals.
  • Wild, Wild Adventures

    Tish Rabe, John Haslam

    Hardcover (Innovative Kids, May 1, 2006)
    With more than fifty flaps and multiple adventures on every spread, brave preschoolers can flip open the flaps to find gold-hungry pirates, bug-eyed alien spacemen, bizarre sea creatures, and more.
  • Wild West Adventures

    Donna Vann

    Paperback (CF4Kids, March 15, 1622)
  • Wild Wild Adventures

    Tish Rabe, John Haslan

    Hardcover (Innovative Kids,US, May 1, 2006)