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Written by Nancy Jolson Leber and Liane B. Onish, this activity book allows kids to continue on the road to early learning. With rhyming words, games to learn syllables, skills to learn phonemic awareness and opportunities to practice writing both upper- and lowercase letters, this book is just right for preschoolers. The book features straightforward directions, uncluttered design and engaging activities.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8518 (added 7/10/2006)
Written by Nancy Jolson Leber and Liane B. Onish, this activity book allows kids to continue on the road to early learning. With this book, children will learn many concepts for early literacy, including: colors, shapes, numbers and opposites. Plus, using familiar nursery rhymes, children can start to prepare for reading by developing listening comprehension skills. Designed for preschoolers, these workbooks feature straightforward directions, uncluttered design and engaging activities.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8517 (added 7/10/2006)
Coming out in October 2006 is the movie "Happy Feet" about Little Mumble, who isn't like other penguins— he loves to dance. When the penguin elders blame Mumble's unique "happy feet" for the shortage of food, Mumble bravely sets off on an epic quest to prove them wrong. Fans of the movie will love to follow Mumble as he finds his own way and show us all that embracing our differences and being true to oneself is what really matters.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7853 (added 5/11/2006)
The best-selling Wee Sing line is now tailored for the most modern Wee Sing fans. These eight classic Wee Sing titles are now in one great new package — a book and CD in a reusable blister. Songs are by Pamela Conn Beall and Susan Hagen Nipp.
— Emily “She Who Has Been There the Longest” at Ambassador Toys in San Francisco, said, “The Wee Sings CDs are still around and selling.”
— Jordan Walden, a 31-year veteran of the toy industry and manager of Finnegan’s Toys and Gifts in Portland, Ore., explained that they sell many Wee Sing tapes: “It’s the only thing we have.”
— Maria Felix Ortiz, a mom from San Antonio, Texas, said, “It’s my 2 ½-year-old son's favorite, and one I enjoy a lot, too. … The collection encourages dance and fingerplays so it is good rainy-day fun.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7664 (added 4/21/2006)
More than anything else in the world, Antonia wants a “Mei Mei,” a little sister. But when she and her parents fly all the way to China go get her new little sister and Antonia finally meets her, the little girl is not at all like Antonia imagined her: She can’t walk. She can’t talk. She just cries and steals attention. But is her Mei Mei all that bad? This charming personal story written and illustrated by Caldecott medalist Ed Young follows a little girl as she learns what a big sister is all about and discovers the real meaning of family. Hardcover, full color, 10x10 in., 30 pages.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6975 (added 2/22/2006)
The otters of Green Isle have long been enslaved to the Wildcat Riggu Felis and his catguards, who torture the otters at every opportunity. The otters trudge on, waiting for the day their savior will arrive — the prophesized High Rhulain, who will lead them in battle and a return to glory. The latest tale of Redwall from New York Times best-selling writer Brian Jacques is an empowering story of adventure and heroism sure to keep readers riveted through the final page of the 384-page, hardcover book.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6172 (added 12/22/2005)
Protected and hidden by a society of fairy lovers for more than 80 years, the secret fairy journal of Cicely Mary Barker is available for the first time ever to the public. Learn what really happened during that magical summer of 1920 when Barker discovered the secret world of the Flower Fairies.
— “It’s selling well,” said Monica Delain, manager of The Book Hut in San Antonio. “It rides the coattails of the ‘Ologies’ books. It’s the same sort of thing, but more delicate. More girl than boy.”
— “A beautiful book, which is particularly liked by girls and anyone who believes in fairies,” said Daniel Todd, co-owner of Reader Roundup in Houston.
— “A superbly illustrated book,” remarked Evan Cortez, manager of Rocket Books in Dallas. “It’s fun for any age.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5928 (added 12/13/2005)
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