Texas Farm Girl takes a trip with PawPaw to Global Blue Technologies shrimp farm in Taft, Texas. As she tours the farm, she is excited to find out how the farm is making an impact on the world with the environmentally friendly way they are raising shrimp. Texas Farm Girl is inspired to learn the life lesson of how striving to make a little difference can make a big impact in the world.
Andi was a spunky and playful Yorkie whom Rae adopted from a rescue organization. Picky about her toys, Andi delighted in sorting through her toy basket, squeaking and tossing toys until she found the one with the sound she loved to hear. This book was inspired by Rae’s observations of Andi. Readers are invited to join Andi as she sorts through her basket to find the perfect toy!
Did you know ... a kangaroo can jump six feet in the air? anteaters can eat up to 30,000 ants in one day? the emperor penguin is the largest penguin in the world? Learn about these animals and more furry and feathery creatures God made for us to enjoy. This 4-in-1 bind-up of Level 2 I Can Read! titles features amazing facts about God's creation, plus bonus material for extra fun.
I want a friend but whom will I choose? Take a trip around the world, meet children from lots of different places and peek into their lives. In this delightful story about friendship across nations and cultures, one small child visits nine different countries to find a friend — and ends up being friends with ALL the children he meets. Along the way he discovers how children live in other countries and the things they enjoy doing, learning both how their lives are different and how many of the things children enjoy throughout the world are the same. The countries featured are Brazil, China, Russia, Kenya, the Netherlands, Sweden, Japan, Morocco, and the United States. The artwork and text are perfectly pitched for a very young audience, with charming, friendly illustrations and the humorous, gentle text for which this author and illustrator are renowned. The book brings the theme of cultural diversity to a younger readership in a fun and simple way while also showing that children are in many ways the same the world over.