|They were the men whose originality and genius were ahead of their time: Copernicus, Edison, Gutenberg, Watt, Lumiere, Marconi, and Bell. We all know their contributions — among them the printing press, the light bulb, and the telephone. They are milestones of the past and inventions that we still use today.
Journal of Discovery is a unique collection of exquisite pop-ups and illustrations that celebrates these intellectual pioneers and their awe-inspiring works. Readers will learn about the Lumiere brothers, who made the first motion picture, and Marchese Marconi, who developed the first radio telegraph picture. They’ll find out how James Watt perfected the steam engine and how Johannes Gutenberg developed his innovative method of printing. They’ll learn how these ideas were received in the past, and how they continue to influence our present — and our future.
A stunning gift for history buffs and budding inventors of all ages, Journal of Discovery is sure to fascinate and inspire.
Gift Wrap Available (Click for Options)
|This delightful play set is designed to teach children about the wonderful mysteries of the rain forest. A 40-page book packed with amazing facts and activities provides a basic understanding and foundation for appreciating the rain forest, which is quickly disappearing. Their learning is reinforced through play with six press-out model figures of animals to assemble, a diorama play scene, and removable stickers so they can change the dioramas as much as their little hearts desire!
Animal Adventures: Rain Forest is sure to keep little hands and minds busy for hours!
|“No, no, Coco! That’s not food!”
Silly Coco the crocodile is so hungry she’ll eat anything! Follow Coco—and try to keep her in line—as she munches and crunches her way through the jungle to fill her belly. Simply slide your hand into the charming puppet and chomp-chomp-chomp your way through this delightful story of an oh-so-hungry crocodile. Page by page, see how Coco grows as she eats her way through the Jungle Town fruit market and café, getting into trouble around every corner. She finally finds the vegetable shop and gobbles up all the crunchy, munchy vegetables.
Crunchy Croc is the perfect book to get a child’s attention and begin to learn about what to eat—and what not to.|
|Sales, Coupons & New Stuff!|