Books


Created especially for younger readers, Getting to Know Sea Turtles features amazing full-color images of each of the 7 species of sea turtles and lots of interesting facts in a simple, easy-to-understand style.  Discover where they live, what they eat, and the dangers and challenges in their lives.  Even the youngest readers will love discovering details about these mysterious creatures and reading the comments of professional sea turtle scientists who are experts in the field.  Recommended for ages 6 and up.  Click here to buy.


Getting to Know African Animals introduces emergent readers to some of the most iconic African animals.  Each page features an amazing full-color image of the animal and text that delivers interesting facts in a simple, easy-to-understand style.  From antelopes to zebras, young readers will also learn details about the animals from real African safari guides, experienced experts who conduct wildlife tours in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and South Africa.  Recommended for ages 6 to 8.  Click here to buy.


Can you identify these endangered animals with just two simple clues and seeing only their eyes?
 That’s the challenge in Eye-dentifying Endangered Animals by J.P. Taylor. Featuring high quality full-color images of some of the world’s most iconic endangered species and simple repeating phrases, Eye-dentifying Endangered Animals introduces young readers to the enjoyment of discovering interesting facts about these beloved animals. Using a predict and reveal format, even the youngest pre-readers will enjoy guessing which animal’s eyes are shown in a closeup photo, then turn the page to discover the animal’s identity and learn interesting facts and details. The playful, game-like format will encourage little ones to read it over and over again. Recommended for ages 5-8.  Click here to buy.

Can you identify these common woodland animals with just a peek at their faces? Featuring full-color images of familiar animals and simple, repeating phrases, Who Lives in the Woods? makes it fun and easy for young children to become actively involved in the reading process. Using a predict and reveal format, even the youngest pre-readers will enjoy guessing which animal’s face is shown in a closeup photo, then turn the page to reveal the animal’s identity. The playful, game-like quality of this book will encourage little ones to read over and over again. Parents, grandparents, and preschool teachers will enjoy sharing with their little ones, and celebrating their progress with repeated readings. Recommended for ages 3-6.  Click here to buy.

Can you identify these common animals by their noses?
 Featuring full-color images of familiar animals and simple, repeating phrases, Who Knows Whose Nose? makes it fun and easy for young children to become actively involved in the reading process. Using a predict and reveal format, even the youngest pre-readers will enjoy guessing which animal’s nose is shown in a closeup photo, then turn the page to reveal the animal’s identity. The playful, game-like quality of this book will encourage little ones to read over and over again. This nonfiction picture book is a great choice for parents, grandparents, and preschool teachers to share with their little ones, and celebrate their progress with repeated readings. Recommended for ages 3-6.  Click here to buy.

The actual origin of the Rainbow Bridge story is uncertain. Some say it can be traced back to Norse legend, while others attribute it to more modern sources including a book written in the early 1900s, and poems from the 1970s through 1990s.  Regardless of its origin, the story of the Rainbow Bridge brings comfort to many who suffer the loss of a beloved non-human family member.  
The Legend of the Rainbow Bridge retells the story in a new more child-friendly style and with vocabulary more accessible to younger children.  Click here to buy.



Educational, and sometimes quirky poems dealing with various science topics including cells, rocks, planets, plant structure, heat, matter, chemical/physical changes, simple machines, famous scientists, and many more. This first collection of JP's poetry includes lots of great illustrations accompanying specially-edited versions of many of his most popular song lyrics, as well as several never before published poems written especially for this book.  
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