Budding foodies will devour History Is Delicious! The book explores the history of different dishes, cultural traditions, and even features four great recipes. Fun and engaging illustrations by Laura Foy help kids discover what and how people eat across the world and get dozens of ideas for new foods to enjoy while traveling or closer to home.
Whether supplementing your child’s summer reading To Be Read list or keeping the family entertained on car trips, you’ll want to add History Is Delicious to your home and school libraries.
Bon Appetit – Wishes for a hearty appetit and a glorious meal (french saying, darling).
Keep calm, Plants have Protein. Be More Vegan by Niki Webster is the groovy, tasty way to get to know how. RECIPES, TIPS, TRICKS AND INSPIRATION. Food to make with your friends and family. Food that will delight your friends and family. Time has come today.
“From soups to pasta to curries, these plant-based dishes (containing no meat, eggs, or dairy) cover a range of tempting options for all tastes, and each recipe is accompanied by a bright, colorful photo. No boring salads to be seen here…a fine choice.” —Kirkus Reviews
LEGO With DAD by Warren Nash is fun for everyone, is for the adventurous, and is LEGO® in motion. So BREAK OUT THE BREAKS, it’s time for awesome family fun! LEGO® bricks can be an endless source of imagination and joy for kids of all ages, and now dads can join in too! LEGO WITH DAD is the ultimate guide to utilizing your bricks to build creative new projects as well as lifelong memories along the way. No expensive new sets required! With detailed instructions on basic LEGO® techniques as well as more advanced and complex builds, this book is perfect for parents and kids of all skill levels. Featuriang step-by-step lessons for a variety of projects, including: Working Train and car – Customized rocket ship – Mengagerie of colorful animals – Helicopter with rotating blades – And much much more! Now gather the family and create magic memories with LEGO®
A Boy And His Elephant by Ethan L. Watson, a story of an elephant who helps a little boy answer life’s greatest questions: Who is God? Where can you find Him? The elephant takes the boy on an adventure to help him understand that God is easily found in your surroundings.
A Boy and His Elephant helps young and old, by taking them on an adventure that ends with a new understanding of how you can find and know God. This story helps seekers, both young and old, by taking them on an adventure that ends with a beautiful and comforting message.
Ethan Watson grew up in Logan, Utah, where he graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education. He’s happy to continue calling himself an Aggie as he is now in the process of completing a four-year graduate program to pursue a career as a pediatric audiologist. Watson has always had a special connection to children and has a unique way of making them feel heard while addressing their individual challenges. In his spare time, Watson loves to be outdoors, either on the golf course or on the ski slopes. He plans to continue writing with hopes of creating a series of books addressing some of life’s more complex questions with the simplest and sincerest answers.
Discover the true stories behind some of history’s most amazing creations in History Is Inventive by Brooke Knight . From the Antikythera mechanism, an ancient analogue computer, to the Baghdad Battery, Sophy Smith’s magical illustrations bring these inventions to life. Not only will kids learn about amazing innovations, they will participate in the original creative process through activities like building a telescope using the same rudimentary methods used by the inventors.
Whether supplementing your child’s summer reading To Be Read list or keeping the family entertained on car trips, you’ll want to add History Is Inventive to your home and school libraries. Life Is the Most Wonderful Fairy Tale.