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A collection of games, easy-to-make crafts and projects, and festive menus that make the planning a theme party easy and… fun. Each theme plan includes a list of read-aloud books and movies to make the party complete.
By John Wenzel, André Chevalier. 2009
Le poker est un des jeux les plus passionnants qui soit. Mais il faut maîtriser certaines connaissances et apprendre les… trucs qui feront de vous un bon joueur pour en tirer de la satisfaction. Là entre en scène les pros. Il n'y a rien comme les conseils et les trucs d'un pro du poker pour rehausser votre niveau de jeu. Il n'y a rien comme les connaissances et l'expérience d'un pro pour découvrir le véritable plaisir de jouer au poker. Quel que soit votre niveau de jeu, quelles que soient vos ambitions, vous trouverez dans ce livre des conseils vitaux pour bien jouer, bien miser et bien bluffer comme un pro. -- 4e de couv. Titre uniforme: The only poker book you'll ever need.
Why is the sky blue? Why do stars twinkle? Why do cows moo? The answer to these and many other… fascinating questions are answered in this book. Information is grouped into topics like the supermarket, nighttime, and food and eating. Grades 2-4. 2001.
By Ron Wight. 2002
Think you know it all about hockey? These fan-stumping quizzes will dispel the hockey myths you have believed since you… were a kid, and help you learn about the more unique hockey records that may never be broken, and the most intriguing moments in hockey history. Packed with statistics, Q&A's, fascinating stories, and a unique chapter on women's hockey. 2002.
By Valerie Wyatt. 2000
A learning resource featuring questions and answers about weather, from rain, clouds, and snow to wind and temperatures. Also included… are experiments, a glossary, and cloud and snow charts. Grades 3-6. 2000. (Tactile page not included)
By Jackie French. 2000
A book that addresses the big questions kids often wonder about, such as "How did the universe begin?", and "What… happens when you die?". For each question, different theories and opinions are illustrated, with easy-to-grasp examples and comparisons. Grades 3-6.
By E. Calvin Coish. 1992
By Marg Meikle. 2000
Marg Meikle, also known as the Answer Lady, answers queries she receives from kids about superstitions, customs, clothes, weather and… just plain weird stuff. You'll find the answers to such questions as "Do dogs and cats have belly buttons?" and "How much does your head weigh?" here. Grades 4-7. Sequel to "Funny you should ask". 2000.
By World Video Game Hall of Fame. 2018
Inspired by the groundbreaking A History of the World in 100 Objects, this book draws on the unique collections of… The Strong museum in Rochester, New York, to chronicle the evolution of video games, from Pong to first-person shooters, told through the stories of dozens of objects essential to the field's creation and development. Drawing on the World Video Game Hall of Fame's unmatched collection of video game artifacts, this fascinating history offers an expansive look at the development of one of the most popular activities of the modern world: video gaming. 2018.
By Collins. 1991
A guide to the rules and strategies of 100 popular family and children's card games. Methods of play are illustrated… and games featured include "all fives", "auction pitch", "Boston", "bridge", and "briscola" for adults, and "beggar-my-neighbour", "card dominoes", and "cheat" for children. 1991.
By Joshua Glenn, Elizabeth Foy Larsen. 2012
This is the guide and activity book every modern kid needs, crammed with activities that are not only fun and… doable but also designed to get you engaged with the wider world. Presents hands-on activities like classic science experiments, crafts and upcycling, board game hacking, code-cracking, geocaching, skateboard repair, yarn-bombing, and stop-action movie-making, plus tons of trivia, best-of lists, and forward-thinking ideas made accessible to kids. Explore the world, test your limits, dare to be different, have fun, and get unbored. Grades 5-8 and older readers. 2012.
True north strange & free: 1,001 Canadian Hard Facts, Eccentricities, Unusual And Unsolved Mysteries
By Philomena Hurley-Rutherford. 2002
Did you know that Canada has museums dedicated to eyeglasses, games, and potatoes, or that the Queen of Siam lived… in Halifax? Combines hundreds of amazing anecdotes, compelling facts, and oddball stories with historical highlights, mini-biographies, and little-known facts to celebrate Canada's rich, fascinating and just plain strange history. 2002.
By Edward Feinstein. 2003
Author Rabbi Feinstein answers typical teen questions about Judaism, like "Why should I believe in God?", "Is Any of That… Stuff in the Bible True?", and "No Cheeseburgers? No Going to the Mall on Saturday? Why Does Religion Need So Many Rules?" Includes discussions about God, intermarriage, prayer, bar/bat mitzvah, Israel, Christianity, anti-Semitism, the meaning of life, and the Messiah. Some descriptions of violence. Grades 5-8. 2003.
By Alvin Schwartz. 1973
By Neil Ardley, Bridget Ardley. 1989
Will the sun ever stop shining? What happened to the Ugly Duckling? If you need the answers to these and… 999 other important questions, this is the book for you. You'll find fun information on the universe, the Earth, plants and animals, the human body, science and invention, art and history, and sports. Great for children who enjoy trivia, and even better for testing teachers' or parents' knowledge of these 1001 facts! Grades 3-6.
Reveals the unknown story of how Monopoly came into existence, the reinvention of its history by Parker Brothers and multiple… media outlets, the lost female originator of the game, and one man's lifelong obsession to tell the true story about the game's questionable origins. 2015.
By Heather Collins, Jane Drake, Ann Love. 1996
The authors describe how to build a safe, blazing campfire, and some fun things you can do around it. They… include some favourite songs, ghost stories, and even tell you how to make your own musical instruments. Grades 3-6. c1996.
By Jane Drake, Ann Love. 1993
Over one hundred ideas for things to do or make while you're at the cottage, the farm, or by the… seaside. You can learn how to make candles in the sand, make a hammock, and even paddle a canoe. Grades 4-7. 1993.
By Margaret Wise Brown. 1977
Children will find answers to questions like "What is the important thing about rain?" Grades P-2. 1977. Taped with: The… Runaway Bunny, by Margaret Wise Brown. In an imaginary game of hide-and-seek, a little rabbit keeps running away from his mother, but she finds him every time. Grades P-2. 1970. Taped with: Goodnight Moon, by Margaret Wise Brown. A little rabbit says goodnight to all the things in his bedroom. Grades P-2. 1975. Taped with: A Little Fir Tree, by Margaret Wise Brown. A little fir tree is uprooted and moved to spend Christmas and winters with a young boy who is confined to his bed and cannot visit the tree himself. Grades P-2. 1985.