• Seven Ate Nine

    NINE IS MISSING! Did you ever notice how every price (including this one) ends in .99?  Did you ever wonder if 9 ever gets tired from being used so much? Here’s a fun rhyming story about what happens when one day the number 9 is missing and the whole world is thrown into complete chaos. Nice review from Funeducationalapps.com.


  • Los Pollitos

    Los Pollitos is a Spanish language nursery rhyme. It’s a sweet story about a mom’s endless yet loving quest to provide for her little ones. Simple, yet beautifully illustrated picture book. Not narrated. Spanish & English Text.


  • Stanley, the Seal of Approval...

    He offers great advice, high-fives, mellow companionship and unconditional love. But of course he does. He’s Stanley, the Seal of Approval.


  • Mugs

    TWO THOUSAND STUFFED ANIMALS RESCUED! By the time I finished ‘rescuing’ I had collected over 2000 characters. What I did next got me (and them) a full page picture an the Sunday Los Angeles Times. This little MUGS book contains some of their pictures & short stories I wrote about each of them.


  • Kids vs Cats: How to and Not t...

    Lets face it, little kids and cats can lead to some Cat-astrophic results. Easily teach your young children how to properly treat and love their little friends with this short adventure. Show your kids the do’s and don’ts of playing with their cat pals with this 44-page book.


  • The World Is My Audience

    In today's world with social media and global access to information, it only makes sense that children view the world as a place to share information and their work. This book is one attempt, of many to come, to compile work from children around the world. I truly believe children will make and produce better writing when they can say, "The World Is My Audience."


  • Breadwinners: The Official Mul...

    Jam-packed with content, check out exclusive animatics of the show, brush up on your beak speak by way of the ducktionary, explore the locations in Pondgea, and find tons of hidden videos! Watch how a scene goes from script to screen, and then get the chance to design your own! Plus, answer Breadwinners trivia questions and prove that you are the ultimate Bread Head!


  • Kids vs Ants: Worlds Collide (...

    Do you have an issue with your kids tormenting ants or other small insects? Easily teach your young children the moral dilemmas associated with this, with this great adventure.


  • Animals Around the World!

    DiscoverAnimals Around the World today, and give a book to a child in need, tomorrow. Children of all ages will love interacting with more than 60 different, multitouch pages, featuring REAL KIDS in REAL PLACES around the world.


  • Family Time with Apps

    Designed to help parents better understand the variety of ways that apps can support children's healthy development and family learning, communication, and connection. This guide aims to show parents how to find the best apps that fit your child’s needs, provide tips on how (and why!) to use apps together, and highlight even more resources that will make the process of selecting apps less overwhelming, and more fun.


  • Understanding the Cosmos

    For thousands of years, people tried to make sense of what they saw in the night sky. Some of them recorded their explanations in systematic ways—they created models of the cosmos. This set brings together maps, drawings, and diagrams that track changing ideas of the solar system and the universe from the middle ages to the twentieth century.This set is intended for open-ended primary source analysis by students. A Teacher’s Guide with background information, teaching ideas, and additional resources is available on the Library’s Web site for teachers, loc.gov/teachers.


  • The Constitution

    Over fifty delegates met in Philadelphia in May 1787. They left four months later with a design for a new form of government—the Constitution of the United States. This set follows many of the drafts and debates that brought the Constitution and the Bill of Rights into being, including newspaper articles and notes by the documents’ framers.This set is intended for open-ended primary source analysis by students. A Teacher’s Guide with background information, teaching ideas, and additional resources is available on the Library’s Web site for teachers, loc.gov/teachers.


  • The Dust Bowl

    The Dust Bowl of the 1930s devastated the Great Plains of the U.S. and sent many families on the road in search of a better life. Recorded music, song lyrics and iconic photographs, including Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother,” document the daily ordeals of rural migrant families during a decade marked by financial and natural disasters.This set is intended for open-ended primary source analysis by students. A Teacher’s Guide with background information, teaching ideas, and additional resources is available on the Library’s Web site for teachers, loc.gov/teachers.


  • The Harlem Renaissance

    A tremendous explosion of creativity rocked the United States in the early twentieth century, centered in the New York City neighborhood of Harlem. This set includes photographs, manuscripts, and music documenting artists such as Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, and Louis Armstrong.This set is intended for open-ended primary source analysis by students. A Teacher’s Guide with background information, teaching ideas, and additional resources is available on the Library’s Web site for teachers, loc.gov/teachers.


  • Immigration

    From its beginnings, the United States has been shaped by people from many nations. This set documents immigrant experiences in America from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It includes photographs and an Edison film of immigrants landing at Ellis Island, political cartoons, maps of immigration patterns, official documents, sheet music, and a song recording.This set is intended for open-ended primary source analysis by students. A Teacher’s Guide with background information, teaching ideas, and additional resources is available on the Library’s Web site for teachers, loc.gov/teachers.


  • Symbols of the United States

    Six symbols – the Liberty Bell, the U.S. flag, the bald eagle, the national anthem, Uncle Sam, and the Statue of Liberty – have long been used to represent the ideas and values that make the nation unique. This set, which is especially appropriate for early grades, brings together posters, sheet music, cartoons, and photos of these symbols across the centuries.This set is intended for open-ended primary source analysis by students. A Teacher’s Guide with background information, teaching ideas, and additional resources is available on the Library’s Web site for teachers, loc.gov/teachers.


  • Tongue Twisters for Kids

    "Rubber baby buggy bumpers" - Say this three times as fast as you can.  How about, try saying " Loopy lizards lying lazily aloft a little lane of logs," without messing up.  This Tongue Twister book is a huge collection of funny phrases, ridiculous rhymes, and silly sentences that will have kids laughing for hours.  Each one challenges your mouth muscles as you try to say these tongue twisters faster and multiple times. 


  • Edwin the Super Duper Otter

    Follow Edwin the Otter as he discovers what makes him truly special. Featuring some of your favorite creatures from the Seattle Aquarium, including an octopus, a pair of puffins, spiky lumpsuckers and a playful harbor seal.


  • Bach's Farm Animals (Enhanced ...

    Bach's Farm Animals is a Classical Kids take on a typical farm and the animals on that farm. Filled with the wonderful sounds of Bach's Cello Suite and 6 year old Aiden's voice, this book is sure to delight every young learner in the family. With a movie and page by page audio, this book will positively help any child with learning farm animals by name. 


  • Baby Animals

    Let's play with baby animals! Accompanied by a read-along audio track, more than 70 colorful photos showcase baby animals from all over the world. Meet and learn about all sorts of baby animals, including monkeys, lions, penguins, lemurs, kangaroos, pythons, and giraffes.


  • Insects

    Students in Ms. Hennon's kindergarten class at the Alliance Early Learning School learned about insects. This book is the culminating project where they share what they learned.


  • Yellow Submarine (English)

    This enchanting illustrated book captures the same magical spirit found in the film. The Beatles’ journey to save Pepperland from the music-hating Blue Meanies is filled with surrealistic humor, wit, & clever references to The Beatles’ song titles & lyrics. Contains interactive animations, sound effects, music & movie clips.


  • Sitting In The Dark

    Movies are the popular literature of the 21st century. We devour them with a fervor once reserved for novels and short stories, following our favorite actors and directors the way earlier generations followed favorite writers. To create this book, each student in my Advanced Placement English Language and Composition class selected one film from the National Film Registry, which chooses up to 25 “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant films” each year for inclusion in the Library of Congress.


  • Lincoln: A Steven Spielberg Fi...

    Go behind the scenes of Steven Spielberg's historical epic, 'Lincoln' with this exclusive interactive book. See how a crucial time in America's history was recreated and brought to the screen with beautiful photos, art, interviews, music, and compelling historical narrative. Created with Apple's unique iBooks Author app, the book will allow the audience to immerse themselves in Abraham Lincoln's most critical period as President of the United States.


  • I See Numbers All Over The Pla...

    Kindergarten children in Ms. Hennon's class take photos around the school to help identify numbers they are learning in class.  We hope you enjoy this book. Excellent example of student/classroom created iBook project - download today to make the kids smile! - Carisa Kluver, Editor of Digital-Storytime.com


  • The Speaking Piano

    The Speaking Piano is a storybook for primary/elementary age children with related music learning resources. Everyone thinks daydreamy Lily and Jack are too quiet, and they don't join in in "normal" life. But when they start learning piano with Michael the music teacher, everything changes for them.


  • My Book of Colors

    Offer your child an unforgettable learning experience with the all-new “My book of colors". With over 120 finger-picked first-rate images, the book offers a highly interactive experience in lively shades. Containing a variety of photographs to illustrate each of the colors, every object hides a fun associated image, while names of colors can be heard.


  • Toy Story: Woody's Aqua Adven...

    When Andy comes home from the aquarium and gives Hamm something to hold, Woody is jealous. Soon, though, Woody is telling the other toys a story all about his own aqua adventure!


  • Social Skills Volume 1

    Knowing and using the rules of social communication can help us establish and maintain friendships, enhance learning in the classroom, and become contributing members of our community.  Social skills impact every aspect of our lives.  The students who created this eBook are learning by doing…and having fun in the process!  Being able to explain and demonstrate appropriate social skills has provided the students with an opportunity to practice social skills and share what they have learned with the world.We hope you enjoy this eBook.


  • Social Skills Volume 2

    Knowing and using the rules of social communication can help us establish and maintain friendships, enhance learning the classroom, and become contributing members of our community.  Social skills impact every aspect of our lives.The students who created this eBook are learning by doing…and having fun in the process!  Being able to explain and demonstrate appropriate social skills has provided the students with an opportunity to practice social skills and share what they have learned with the world.  We hope you enjoy the second volume in our series.


  • Where the Universe Starts

    My son was diagnosed in utero with Tetralogy of Fallot, a type of Congenital Heart Disease. After two open heart surgeries and a lot of time in the hospital he is now a happy, vibrant child with a bright future ahead of him. Like many other children that have Congenital Heart Disease, my son was left with a scar on his chest from his surgeries. To me it resembles a spot where a zipper might have once been and it was the inspiration for this book. Everyday it reminds me what truly special little creatures they all are.


  • Long Shot

    Another myrockandrollbook by Sigmund Brouwer, this one in The Watch Out For Joel series. Joel knows he, Ricky, and Lisa are bound for trouble when they build the world’s biggest slingshot. No one listens when Joel tells them trying it out might not be a bright idea! Chapter Book


  • The Seed Story

    The Seed Story is an enchanting story of a seed looking for somewhere to grow. Follow along as the seed rolls from place to place, looking for the right environment to grow. Written and illustrated by Michael Murray, the story is perfect for small children. Teaching such lessons as finding one’s place in the world and discovering your purpose.


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