Book Video

100 Things for Little Children to do on a Trip (Video and Link)

Inside this pack of cards are lots of puzzles to solve, pictures to draw and things to spot. The cards are wipe-clean so they can be used again and again. Would your kids or grandkids like these?

100 Things for Little Children to do on a Trip


Book Video

How Deep is the Sea? (Video and Link)

Have you ever wondered how deep the sea is? Pipkin the Penguin wants to know just that. Join him and some underwater friends on an incredible journey to find out. This is perfect for toddlers always asking questions!
We have another book by the same author that follows Pipkin find out “How Big is a Million?”
Book Video

Christmas Stories for Little Children (Video and Link)

This will definitely be a keepsake for years to come!

A collection of six stories, featuring stories of fake Santas, stolen diamonds and a best-dressed Snowman competition. Perfect for cozying up with and reading aloud on cold winter nights, or for beginner readers to tackle alone. With jolly illustrations by Philip Webb. Does this need to go on your bookshelf for Christmas storytelling?
Book Video, Summer Reading

100 Birds to Fold & Fly (Video & Links)

100 full-color, tear-out sheets featuring stylish bird artwork – simply tear a page out and follow the simple folding instructions (featured on gatefolds at the front and back of the book) to create one of four different decorative origami birds that fly.

We also have 100 Paper Planes, 100 More Paper Planes, 200 Paper Planes (those 2 combined), 100 Dragons, and 100 Spaceships.

My husband couldn’t resist getting his hands on these paper birds! Check out the video and how simple and easy and fun they are! Which type (planes, dragons, spaceships, or birds) would your household enjoy?

100 Birds to Fold and Fly

100 Paper Planes to Fold and Fly

100 More Paper Planes to Fold and Fly

200 Paper Planes to Fold and Fly

100 Dragons to Fold and Fly

100 Spaceships to Fold and Fly

Book Video, Summer Reading

Coding for Beginners Using Scratch (Video and Links)

My nephew will be 10 in August and absolutely LOVES these books! My brother (his dad) is a computer programmer so they have a lot of fun together. 🙂

An introduction to coding for complete beginners, this friendly and accessible book will teach children the basics of Scratch (a free, online program developed by MIT which is widely used in elementary schools), allowing them to get inside the code of their computer and create simple games and animations on screen.

We have another book like this using Python. Both are $14.99 each! Do you know someone that would have a blast with these?



Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge

Friends From Childhood

Growing up, I was really shy. And I loved reading. So books took the place of friends for awhile. And the girls in these 6 books were some of the best people to “hang out with”! I’ve read these books over and over through the years and each time I do, there’s a little something new I find out. Have you read any of these? What are you opinions on these books and the main characters?