Who’s Yawning Now? by Nicki Geigert
Family Trip To Magical Madagascar And Beyond
Family Trip to Magical Madagascar and Beyond is about a family that went to Madagascar and then on to Zimbabwe. Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, and hosts a huge array of lemurs, fossas, aye-ayes, many species of plants, chameleons, and insects. The experience of traveling together with family to see new places and new things is such a pleasure. Travel together can add lifelong memories and bonding experiences for each individual family member.
This book is for anyone who is interested in travel to exciting new places and desires to experience awesome adventures, unique, indigenous animals, birds, insects, reptiles, (all non-poisonous), plants, trees, and also experience cultural diversity when meeting the Malagasy people. Join our family as we participate in this adventure of a lifetime.
In taking turns bottle feeding the juvenile giraffes, we experienced their long and slobbery tongues.
We heard them first and then saw them as they leapt from tree to tree coming closer and closer to us through the tangle of jungle vine trees and plants.
Out they came as quick as a wink. They were all over her and licking everywhere that there was honey.
Bianca’s Big Adventure
Bianca’s Big Adventure is photo journey about a teenager graduating from high school and desiring to become a wildlife conservationist. She takes her first international trip to Australia, and learns first hand, what Australia is doing to protect and preserve endangered animal species, especially on Kangaroo Island.
Read! Move! Learn!: Active Stories for Active Learning
Enhance literacy skills, bring the magic of a good book to the classroom, and encourage healthy, active lifestyles in young children with Read! Move! Learn!. This new book has over 150 active learning experiences based on seventy-five popular children’s books. The authors provide complete plans that include theme connections, related books and music, lesson objectives, a vocabulary list, a concept list, and activities for each children’s book, providing hours of fun in the classroom!
Cows are holy in India, and as such, are not to be eaten. However, many cows are not owned by anyone, and are not only not fed properly, but are left to exist on grain or ceremonial flowers from some worshipper, or trash, which is primarily comprised of plastics and paper. This book takes you on a journey through India, and no matter where you go, you will always see the cows, always present, always there, somewhere.
This book uses a simple concept to help children learn about and empathize with a wide variety of creatures and should hold appeal for young animal lovers.
Descriptions compare and contrast animal and human responses…Young audiences will giggle at the comparisons.
Who’s Yawning Now? is a valuable, educational picture book that encourages curiosity through its curation of interesting birds and mammals.
Karen Rigby Foreword Clarion Reviews
My grandkids loved this book!
This book sparked great discussions with my grandkids, ages 8, 6 and 4, about how we interact with the world around us. They loved the photos of the yawning animals and asked lots of questions. Every time we read it we end up talking about travel, geography, endangered species, responsible forestry and animal behaviors, just to name a few. I think we’ll all enjoy this book for years to come.
Twyla J Stewart