You may know that singing sensation Taylor Swift has won over fans of both pop and country music. But did you know that Taylor: • used to help out on her family's Christmas tree farm by pulling bugs off the trees? Yuck! • won a national poetry contest in fourth grade with her poem "Monster in My Closet?" • thought of the melody for her hit song "Tim McGraw" in her ninth-grade math class and sang it into her phone in the school bathroom so she...
Glowing candles, silver stars, and blue ribbons-Hanukkah is full of light and color! Learn about the culture and customs of this eight-day celebration through vibrant photos and engaging text. Crayola ® colors and a reproducible coloring page inspire readers to notice and celebrate the colors of their world.
Glowing orange pumpkins, spooky black cats, slimy green treats-colors are everywhere during Halloween! Explore the colors and customs of this slightly scary and fun-filled holiday. Crayola ® colors and a reproducible coloring page inspire readers to notice and celebrate the colors of their world.
Bright piñatas, colorful costumes, festive parades-colors are everywhere during Cinco de Mayo! This book explores the customs and culture that make Cinco de Mayo a joyous celebration full of color. Crayola ® colors and a reproducible coloring page inspire readers to notice and celebrate the colors of their world.
Purple, yellow, green, and red-color is everywhere during Holi! Learn about this festival of colors through eye-catching photos and engaging text. Back matter features the Crayola® colors used throughout the book and includes a reproducible coloring page.
Earth is made of different things-gases, rocks, soil, and water. A gas is something that can change shape and size. Gases helps beginning readers understand this basic element by looking at examples such as air and steam; the book also discusses how gases help protect the Earth.
Earth is made of different things-gases, rocks, soil, and water. Most of Earth is made of rock. Rocks are made of many different things and can be many different shapes, sizes, and colors. From statues to houses to roads, Rocks illustrates the many ways that rocks can be used.
How is a house built? Loggers cut down trees that are sent to a sawmill and made into boards. These boards are sent to builders who use them to build the floors, walls, and roof of the house. Electricians run wires for electricity and plumbers put in pipes for water. Then, the inside of the house is decorated and made ready for a family to live in it.
How are crayons made? Clear wax is melted in a factory. Once it's melted, color is added to it, it is poured into crayon-shaped molds, cooled, and wrapped in a paper label. Sorted into sets, the brightly colored crayons are boxed and sent in trucks to stores to be sold to you.