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Kitchen Science Lab for Kids

by Liz Lee Heinecke

Conduct physics, chemistry, and biology experiments with tools and ingredients found in any kitchen! These 52 labs created by mom and scientist Liz Lee Heinecke introduce fundamental scientific principles in...


Nature

by Émilie Beaumont, Nathalie Bélineau & Sylvie Michelet

Funny and lovely Picture Books for Little Ones!

The best way for little ones to learn everything about flowers and sun, animals and seas and to practise those fascinating words!

Discover Fleurus charming picture...


The mountains

by Nathalie Bélineau, Émilie Beaumont & Sylvie Michelet

Funny and lovely Picture Books for Little Ones!

From snow to woodchucks, familiarize your child with the first words of the mountain. In summer as well as in winter, he will learn to put words on everything that...


Savais-tu? - En couleurs  6 - Les Vautours

by Nathalia Brodskaya

Claude Monet (Paris, 1840 ? Giverny, 1926) Pour Claude Monet, le qualificatif d'impressionniste est toujours resté un sujet de fierté. Malgré tout ce que les critiques ont pu écrire sur son oeuvre, Monet...


Maple Leaf in Space

by John Melady

Marc Garneau, Roberta Bondar, Julie Payette, Robert Thirsk, Chris Hadfield, and more recently, Guy Laliberté, the founder of Cirque de Soleil, all have one thing in common: they’re some of the very few Canadians...


Molecules of an author in search of memory

by Dei, Luigi

Loosely based on Primo Levi’s The Periodic Table, the play has a Fahrenheit 451 setting. In a world without books or memory appears a common man, the Man in the street, with some heets of writing that he cannot...


Entertaining Science Experiments with Everyday Objects

by Martin Gardner

To Martin Gardner, seeing is not just believing ? it is understanding. This fundamental rule has made him one of the most successful teachers and popularizers of science in America. With the simple instructions...


Whose House Is That?

by Stan Tekiela

  • Popular, proven, best-selling format: This book is similar in format to Whose Butt? (9781591933748), which has sold more than 80,000 copies
  • Stan Tekiela’s picture books consistently rank among Adventure’s...


Whose Track Is That?

by Stan Tekiela

Become a Wildlife Detective!

Spotting animals in the wild is tricky, but they leave plenty of clues behind—especially tracks.

  • Examine the evidence.
  • Study the animal tracks.
  • See if you can guess “Whose track...


What Eats That?

by Ryan Jacobson & Stan Tekiela

An Interactive Journey up the Food Chain

Animals are adorable, but they also have a wild side. Many hunt to survive—and must avoid being hunted. This kid-friendly introduction to nature’s predator-prey relationship...


Greta the Great Horned Owl

by Christie Gove-Berg

The true story of an injured owl’s recovery and return to nature

Greta the Great Horned Owl is out hunting mice. She has no idea that her life is about to change forever. A train strikes her, severely injuring...


Esther the Eaglet

by Christie Gove-Berg

Esther the eaglet is learning to fly when she falls from her nest. She is alone and injured. Who will help the baby eagle? With real bald eagle pictures, this true story explains how raptor centers and rehabilitation...


Be a Beach Detective

by Peggy Kochanoff

Can anything eat prickly sea urchins? Can dead jellyfish still sting you? Why does water squirt up when you walk along the beach?

Biologist and artist Peggy Kochanoff answers these questions and more in this...


Be a City Nature Detective

by Peggy Kochanoff

How do bedbugs get into your home? Why are some grey squirrels black? Does goldenrod cause hay fever?

Naturalist and artist Peggy Kochanoff answers these questions and more in this illustrated guide to solving...


Seaside Treasures

by Sarah Grindler

An essential sea glass–hunting handbook for kids. With helpful advice, like “make sure no one’s home!” before taking a snail shell, and fascinating facts, like how sea glass is formed and where glass...


Be a Night Detective

by Peggy Kochanoff

Why are moths drawn to light at night? Why do some flowers only bloom under the moon? Are stars really falling from the sky?

Naturalist and artist Peggy Kochanoff answers these questions and more in this illustrated...


Be a Pond Detective

by Peggy Kochanoff

Do dragonflies bite? What is the difference between a frog and a toad? Are leeches dangerous?

Naturalist and artist Peggy Kochanoff answers these questions and more in this illustrated guide to solving pond mysteries....


Be a Weather Detective

by Peggy Kochanoff

Why do dogs hate thunder? Is every snowflake really different? Where does wind come from? Naturalist and artist Peggy Kochanoff answers these questions and more in this illustrated guide to solving weather mysteries,...


So Imagine Me

by Lynn Davies & Chrissie Park-MacNeil

From award-winning poet Lynn Davies comes her first collection for children. And there’s a twist: each of the poems in So Imagine Me has a secret. Readers will pore over the words and detailed illustrations...


A Children's Guide to Arctic Birds

by Mia Pelletier & Danny Christopher

In addition to the many types of bird that live in the Arctic year-round, there are about one hundred species that travel seasonally to the Arctic to lay their eggs and raise their young.

In this book, young...