When We Were Very Young is a book by A. A. Milne containing forty-four poems. It was first published in 1924, and was illustrated by E. H. Shepard. Several of the verses were set to music by Harold Fraser-Simson. The book begins with an introduction entitled Just Before We Begin which in part tells the reader to imagine for themselves who the narrator is, and that it might be Christopher Robin. REUPLOAD NEEDED
Allegiant is a science fiction novel for young adults, written by the American author Veronica Roth and published in October 2013. It completes the Divergent trilogy that Roth inaugurated with her debut novel Divergent in 2011. The book is written from the perspective of both Beatrice (Tris) and Tobias (Four).
Genres: Young adult literature, Science Fiction, Romance novel
Blast Lab Activity Book catapults young readers into the role of scientists, explorers, and inventors. Packed with easy-to-follow yet spectacular experiments, as well as sticker sheets, quizzes, and astonishing extra information, the book will keep curious kids occupied for hours. By following the step-by-step instructions, young inventors can create their own fantastic flying machines from household objects, fool their brains with mind-bending illusions, and learn about physics, chemistry, psychology, and more along the way.
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Winesburg, Ohio is a 1919 short story cycle by the American author Sherwood Anderson. The work covers George's life from the time he was a child to his growing independence and ultimate abandoning of Winesburg as a young man; the style of the work progresses as the complexity of his life increases.
The idea is that this show breaks down basic science in a fun and educational way that young children can understand. Nina is accompanied by her five neurons who help her to explore the world around us. Her neurons are the five senses - taste, touch, smell, sight and sound. They help Nina to work out her scientific dilemmas and are portrayed as cartoon characters.