A Reading Rainbow Selection Children’s Books of 1986 (Library of Congress), Anatomy: A Cutaway Look Inside the Human Body -. . It is your ears your eyes your nose your mouth your hands— Author Holly M. McGhee and illustrator Pascal Lemaître ask you, me, and all of us to inspire empathy by exploring what it means to be connected to everything, including the natural world. Trust us-Liver has never looked better! Bright, buoyant art and a roly-poly little baby are sure to inspire plenty of giggling and grabbing and feet-in-the-air-ing. Chris takes pictures in his hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and beyond.
. Way Down Below Deep - And the book comes with stickers and a bathroom reward chart, so good potty habits can be celebrated each time kids put the lid down, flush, and wash their hands! - A first book for bedtime to share with your little one! : All about Girls' Bodies and Boys' Bodies, books about the body and health and daily living, The Hair of Zoe Fleefenbacher Goes to School, books about self-esteem and self-reliance, Little Baby's Busy Day: A Finger Wiggle Book, Little Baby's Playtime: A Finger Wiggle Book, Patricia's Vision: The Doctor Who Saved Sight. Jolivet s bold illustrations and Fromental s witty storytelling make for a winning combination in this striking picture book, perfect for young Sherlock Holmes fans. Told in clear and easy terms and featuring bright, cheerful illustrations, Hello, World! Includes a summary of the original Hercules’s Twelve Labors myth at the end. These were the rules girls were forced to play by until Title IX passed in 1972. Babies love lifting the flaps in these board books to find out all about themselves. . Thirty years ago, Wilde was found as a boy living feral in the woods, with no memory of his past. . Hooray for little fingers! But there is fascinating science behind every part of an animal’s physique—from its nose to its toes! With Eric Carle’s classic and colorful artwork and sweet text that rhymes, this book is a perfect addition to every Eric Carle collection! How about books about health and daily living? First, his hair started falling out. Want to see 6 more toes There’s only one problem: Gekko is determined to prove that he’s the strongest, so he won’t let Catboy and Owlette help. Written by experts, the whimsical artwork and humorous text is perfect for enlightening the next generation of geniuses and creating a love for science they will carry for a lifetime! Turn getting sick from something scary into an engaging learning experience! This funny and reassuring look at a toddler rite of passage is ideal for little readers—especially those with a tiny bit of trepidation about that first haircut. Tickle, wiggle, dance—and much more! Whose Eyes Are These? Be a Good Dragon - Now available as a board book for the youngest of readers! A subject dear to children’s hearts is in the spotlight as Leslie Patricelli’s beloved baby character returns. He rushes to tell King Lion, who will surely know just what to do. With the usual panache, Leslie Patricelli’s one-haired wonder leads the way into another new experience. Mini Myths: Play Nice, Hercules! Now available as a board book for Neil Gaiman’s youngest fans! But as Chu and his parents visit the library, the diner, and the circus, will anyone hear Chu when he starts to feel a familiar tickle in his nose? : Third Grade Science Textbook Series, books about the body and science and nature, Amazing You! Join a group of multicultural toddlers as they enjoy delicious treats and count one by one as one little finger points to cake, two little fingers tap a plate, three little fingers pinch a bite, and four little fingers squish it tight! What Happens to a Hamburger? Chu and his family are going to the beach! Can you help him? Meet the characters and processes that that keep the human body chugging along. Soon she starts avoiding her fellow classmates, even Frida, but Samira still can’t escape her own skeleton. Introducing Little Explorers—a new, interactive nonfiction series for curious youngsters. Want your children to brush their teeth? This enduring, colorful, and charmingly illustrated book offers an easy, enjoyable way to learn about differences–and what truly matters. In my attempt to plant the self-esteem seed early, I’ve stocked my children’s bookshelves with books that teach kids about positive body image and share lessons about individuality and self-esteem. Children can look, point, touch, count, and say goodnight to all their animal friends! Shows how our bodies come in different sizes, shapes, and colors and suggests all the things bodies can do and how to take good care of them. Babies use a binky. What happens when you breathe? Bright, high-contrast illustrations with cut-out holes invite readers to entertain their own little ones by simulating the nonstop motion of a baby’s fun-filled day. With all-new illustrations and updated content for girls ages 8 and up, it features tips, how-tos, and facts from the experts. Modesty, privacy and boundaries are discussed, along with how self-image is formed and how some people are more sensitive than others–sometimes at different stages in their lives. Bones are strong and love to grow tall. What makes you, YOU? Hilarity ensues when a boy’s eyebrows go rogue in this riotous picture book from the bestselling author of How to Train a Train. She’ll need to learn about the brain as fast as possible in order to plan her escape! The inspiring story of Dr. Patricia Bath, a groundbreaking ophthalmologist who pioneered laser surgery—and gave her patients the gift of sight. Under Our Clothes - At first, Louie isn’t so sure about the importance of eating his veggies, however, after a visit from some special friends, Louie decides..”ok, maybe just one bite.” Then, before you know it, Louie starts feeling extra super! Neither did his bus driver, his teacher, or his soccer coach. From the best-selling team that brought you The Periodic Table, Physics, Biology, and Astronomy comes a topic that’s close to our hearts-literally! Oh, the Things You Can Do That Are Good for You: All about Staying Healthy - there are so many parts of Baby you should know. This book features over 60 sturdy flaps to lift, along with charming, kid-friendly artwork that introduces new concepts and vocabulary in a simple and accessible way. . Discover some of the world’s most fascinating animals, such as anglerfish, luring prey to a toothy doom with a siren’s light; vampire squid, peering forth with red eyes; and sea cucumbers, filtering food from the water passing through their bodies. Use all five senses to find clues with me!” The final installment of Sarah Jones’s ROYGBaby series, Ears, Nose, Eyes… Surprise! Told in rollicking rhyming text this cautionary tale from author/illustrator Kurt Cyrus (Shake a Leg, Egg! Happy Face / Sad Face: All Kinds of Child Faces! Blow gently three times, try a bandage, a rhyme, but he's still crying... Let's give his ears a stroke and wipe his tears. Me and My Amazing Body by Joan Sweeney From your head to your toes and everything in between, this playful introduction to anatomy explains all the important parts of your body. And does it have anything to do with all the water rushing down the water spout? With thickly illustrated pages, this story brings a unique twist to a well-known nursery rhyme making it perfect for beginning readers who wait to see if Doctor Glenda and Nurse Percy can save the day and put this egg back together again. What could it be? A lyrical, inspiring picture book that promotes empathy from the creators of the New York Times bestseller Come With Me. Ten Little Toes, Two Small Feet - A mysterious beast is terrorizing the resident skeletons of Bonesville. Big kids say, “Bye-bye, binky!” Every child’s life is filled with milestones. But how? Why mosquitoes think you’re delicious? Unique activity ideas are included to help you extend the conversation with children. . A mysterious beast is terrorizing the resident skeletons of Bonesville. She is founder and a board member of Threads of Justice Collective, an informal group of educators who work together to promote social and cultural justice for all children and families. But how? encounter something mighty and bitey, too. Your support helps us continue to discover and share incredible kids books! Tollie’s afraid and unsure about what’s in store for him. 'It's just something to think about when deciding how you will introduce and practice the vocabulary. A first book of faces to share with your little one! Another fantastic book from the Our Bodies series highlights one very important organ, the heart. Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko must learn to work together in this 8x8 storybook that comes with three masks to punch out and wear, based on an episode of PJ Masks, the hit preschool series airing on Disney Junior! Presents simple works of art featuring the human face from prominent contemporary artists, intended to visually stimulate babies and very young children. Katie lives near Portland, Oregon. It's a book of world records... of bones! Because haven’t you heard?…”Vegetables are superhero fuel!”. A new book from the author/illustrator of Don’t Push the Button! Reading books about the body always brings back the awe factor. books about the body and hair Kids learn all about their amazing skin and everything that it does for their human body. Kids will learn through adorably drawn characters just how much work enzymes do to keep us running. har, har! This sturdy, shaped board book is perfect for little ones looking to learn different facial features. Presents simple works of art featuring the human face from prominent contemporary artists, intended to visually stimulate babies and very young children. Faces for Baby - Along the way we learn about this fascinating scientific frontier and gain an insight into the vast ecosystem that exists inside us. Want your children to know all about their teeth? Describes hair from a toddler’s perspective. And never, ever sweat. Chris takes pictures in his hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and beyond.
. You can feel it coming on–that terrible, tortuous ITCH. This bilingual (English/Spanish) book offers children a simple, scientifically accurate explanation about how our skin color is determined by our ancestors, the sun, and melanin. Meet a left and right foot who are a pair of complete opposites! 'Little Explorers: My Human Body' by Ruth Martin. With the turn of each page, young readers share the love Monkey feels for his friends! From the #1 New York Times_–bestselling team behind _I Am Yoga, I Am Peace, I Am Human, and I Am Love comes a powerful call to action, encouraging readers to raise their voices, extend a hand, and take that one first step to start something beautiful and move toward a better world. A mysterious beast is terrorizing the resident skeletons of Bonesville. HIC! No, no, no, and no! - there are so many parts of Baby you should know. Beautiful, visually stimulating illustrations complement age-appropriate language to encourage baby’s sense of wonder. Off you go, Little Rabbit! Elliot wakes up one morning to the most terrible smell. Little ones can point to the rabbit’s ears, then have fun pointing to their own ears. And his science laboratory closet is there to give him a hand. Think you can win a staring contest against an elephant? And each one has a distinguishing characteristic: the pig’s is round, the elephant’s is big, the monkey’s is red — and the toddler’s diapered behind is the cutest of all. ? I might just be a Magic School Bus die hard, but I love this book. Studies have demonstrated that the better children are at detecting rhymes the quicker and more successful they will be at learning to read (Bradley, 1988c, Bradley & Bryant, 1983, Ellis & Large, 1987). Cast a spyglass ‘round here while breakers curl and pound here. Under her hat! Feb 7, 2013 - 14 fun children's books about the human body. As irritating as an itch is, it is also your body’s way of sending you a message you can’t miss, like you’ve brushed up against poison ivy or lice have taken up residence in your hair. He rushes home to whip up the concoction. Just like nursery rhymes, children get the bonus of learning in a rhyming format. Grandma’s famous gerfartzenschanffel? Want to see 8 more Ten little toes on two small feet. From the basic building blocks like Cell, DNA, and Protein, to Bones, Muscles, and all of the fun-loving Organs, readers will cozy up with the guys on the inside. That’s all about to change with this rhyming board book featuring piggledy-wiggledy digits in all their sweet glory. books about the body and social themes Samira likes school, especially when she gets to sit next to her best friend, Frida. Samira likes school, especially when she gets to sit next to her best friend, Frida. Early readers have never been such fun! With the usual panache, Leslie Patricelli’s one-haired wonder leads the way into another new experience. An adorable book introducing the youngest readers to the names of their body parts, from head to toe! A spider arrives at City Hospital with some strange head injuries. Katie lives near Portland, Oregon. You’ll find answers to questions about your changing body, from hair care to healthy eating, bad breath to bras, periods to pimples, and everything in between. Everybody does it: Kitty, Doggie, Daddy — even Mommy! Who better than Sesame Street to teach us that we may all look different on the outside–but it’s important to remember that deep down, we are all very much alike. You’ll find answers to questions about your changing body, from hair care to healthy eating, bad breath to bras, periods to pimples, and everything in between. ? The range and beauty is astounding. But soon Monkey (eek-eek-eek! ) What makes you, YOU? This one talks about lungs and how they provide oxygen to all parts of our body. Kids will take their learning beyond reading the book with DIY projects that demonstrate different bodily functions and tips for making their regular checkups less scary. He rushes to tell King Lion, who will surely know just what to do. The funny thing is, after Elliot finishes his bath and Mom puts his costume in the wash, something doesn’t smell anymore…. The book includes pictures of real children with additional graphics to represent the body parts on each page. Want to see 10 more A Mighty Bitey Creature - Hands are capable of positive, loving actions such as playing, making music, learning, counting, helping, and much more! Chu is a little panda with a big sneeze. : Third Grade Science Textbook Series - . Some happen easily; others need a little extra support. Samira and the Skeletons - Many parents live in fear of the day their child asks this question–which inevitably happens, often as early as the preschool years. This adorable rhythmic book will turn your fussy eaters into veggie loving superheroes! Children It's Time to Meet Your Teeth - And what do they want? What’s a guy gotta do to get some freckles? This sturdy board book is perfect for teaching little ones about different facial features. Gekko learns that teamwork can make a strong hero even stronger! At first glance, a wild animal’s appearance may seem simple. Hands touch, hold, and hug. His classmate Nicky has freckles—they cover his face, his ears, and the whole back of his neck. But when Andrew asks Nicky where he got them, Nicky just says he was born with them. Your Nose! Let’s meet… For younger children, the simple question-and-answer format of the main text will provide a foundation of knowledge on the subject matter. - How about books about science and nature? . . Along the way we learn about this fascinating scientific frontier and gain an insight into the vast ecosystem that exists inside us. Little Baby's Playtime: A Finger Wiggle Book - This is a hilarious book about teeth falling out, scabs, snot, and the wonderful way our body changes, heals itself, gets rid of non essentials all from the view of a young boy. It's an extremely fun way to learn about a topic that might otherwise be boring, especially for young readers.