The Magic School Bus Lost In The Solar System (Magic School Bus)

The Magic School Bus Lost In The Solar System (Magic School Bus)

Kid's love the Magic School Bus books, and with good reason. The books are full of engaging illustrations, non-stop adventure and loads of facts. Great for kids age 6-9.

  • Skenter broke free, grabbed something special he had been saving, and rode after the princess, who had broken into full speed and was already past the scuffle that had ensued between her father’s men and Skenter’s. He had to admir... Skenter broke free, grabbed something special he had been saving, and rode after the princess, who had broken into full speed and was already past the scuffle that had ensued between her father’s men and Skenter’s. He had to admire her speed. Even though he was on his horse, at full gallop, she was making this a chase, and she had the advantage of being able to run where his horse couldn’t.

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  • David A. (Dave) Cleinman, gained a deep love for nature and its abundant beauty. A devout fan of JRR Tolkien, classic literature, and political satire, he also enjoys all types of music, especially soft and classic rock. His sens... David A. (Dave) Cleinman, gained a deep love for nature and its abundant beauty. A devout fan of JRR Tolkien, classic literature, and political satire, he also enjoys all types of music, especially soft and classic rock. His sense of irony, and a somewhat dry sense of humor spice up his writing, and his love for people and desire to bring peace and happiness to others allows his writing to be open, expressive, and free-flowing.

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  • What do you do when your middle-school-aged child comes home and asks questions about worldviews being taught in school that are in direct opposition to the Christian values and beliefs you’re trying to instill within them? How do... What do you do when your middle-school-aged child comes home and asks questions about worldviews being taught in school that are in direct opposition to the Christian values and beliefs you’re trying to instill within them? How do you counter the humanistic teachings and morals that have made their way into our public school environment?

  • Author David Millette introduces an apologetics series of books aimed at helping Christian parents overcome this obstacle. Geared toward middle school and young teens, these books offer both students and parents concise answers to... Author David Millette introduces an apologetics series of books aimed at helping Christian parents overcome this obstacle. Geared toward middle school and young teens, these books offer both students and parents concise answers to the questions kids bring home. The first in the series, Ben’s Big Bang Botheration, addresses the issue of Creation and the Big Bang theory.

  • David Millette is a Christian educator in a public elementary school. He attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas where he received a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education. He then earned his master’s degree from Wald... David Millette is a Christian educator in a public elementary school. He attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas where he received a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education. He then earned his master’s degree from Walden University in reading and literacy.

  • Hands down one of the best books for kids who have to know absolutely EVERYTHING about horses. Ages 8-12.

  • If you're lucky enough to live somewhere where you can actually see stars at night (a downside of NYC...) this book is great. Written by H.A. Rey, author of the Curious George series, this book is a wonderfully illustrated, sim... If you're lucky enough to live somewhere where you can actually see stars at night (a downside of NYC...) this book is great. Written by H.A. Rey, author of the Curious George series, this book is a wonderfully illustrated, simple to read guide to finding the constellations, knowing their names and history, and learning a little about the reasons behind it all. Don't get the wrong impression - this is a children's book, and it is very easy to understand. However, adults can love this as well - who doesn't wonder at the jewels of the night sky? There is more information in this book than you'd expect. Comes with a wonderful guide that shows the locations of the planets and stars for the various seasons and a few years into the future.

  • The illustrations in this book about constellations will captivate children aged 3-8. A wonderful introduction to the science and mythology of astronomy that will engage and educate.