Little People Big World
Big Words for Little People, by the #1 New York Times bestselling author Jamie Lee Curtis, helps little people communicate in a big person's world. With grown-up words like cooperate, respect, patience, and considerate, a large, boisterous family celebrates the power of language and discovers that words-big or little-are the bridge that connects us all.
There are so many people in our big and busy world, and each of us has so many roles This little book lets kids ponder the comic possibilities as they mix and match identities for three dozen different jobs. Reusable sticker images of such common profess
TLC's critically-acclaimed series follows the Roloff family, a normal family in every way but one. At just four feet tall, parents Matt and Amy are living and thriving in a world that wasn't made for them. With three average height children - 15 year-old Jeremy, 12 year-old Molly and 9-year old Jacob - and one little person son, Jeremy's twin brother Zachary, the Roloffs are finding their way on their 34-acre farm in Oregon.
Fisher-Price Little People Artist: The Little People Artist figure has paint palette and brush in hand to create her next masterpieceAnd sheâ s not too big, not too small, but ahhh, just the right size to fit in toddlersâ hands for easy grasping and handlingYou can use Little People toys like the Artist to help kids discover and explore the big world around them
The endearing and mismatched pals accidentally latch onto a big yellow bus and leave the cageless zoo for their first trip to school. Sparky the turtle may be cautious, but when the strange vehicle full of noisy short people pulls away from Safari World, he finds himself stuck on the bus s roof just the same. Luckily his giraffe friend, Joe, is adventurous enough to take a running jump, too When they arrive at school, they discover that there s a lot to learn, like the fact that the restroom is full of little magic "ponds," that you re supposed to count the peas, not eat them, and that the goal of the day seems to be to get a star.
There once was a little dog named Tray. He lived in England with his owner, Mary Ann Anning. Besides Mary Ann, Tray loved one other thing: He loved to dig for dinosaur bones. Together he and Mary Ann found small bones, big bones, and even entire skeletons People came from all around the world to see the bones they found. This is the honestly true story of Tray, the dog that dug for dinosaurs.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, basketball legend and the NBA's alltime leading scorer, champions a lineupof little-known African-American inventors in this lively, kid-friendly book. Did you know that James West invented the microphone in your cell phone? That Fred Jones invented the refrigerated truck that makes supermarkets possible? Or that Dr. Percy Julian synthesized cortisone from soy, easing untold people's pain? These are just some of the black inventors and innovators scoring big points in this dynamic look at several unsung heroes who shared a desire to improve people's lives.
Poppy, the adorable, persistent, dreaming-big pig, has a new adventure in store for her: the World Games ice-skating championship in Paris! Poppy is nervous about meeting so many new people in a new place. But, ever courageous and supported by her family (Emma, too!), Poppy embarks upon this exciting adventure head-on. She meets a snowboarding Panda, a Maltese who skies, and two fellow skaters, a Crane and a Kangaroo.
There was a time in the not-too-distant past when large companies and powerful governments reigned supreme over the little guy. But new technologies are empowering individuals like never before, and the Davids of the world-the amateur journalists, musicians, and small businessmen and women-are suddenly making a huge economic and social impact. In "Army of Davids," author Glenn Reynolds, the man behind the immensely popular Instapundit.
The tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire. Just as a single sick person can start an epidemic of the flu, so too can a small but precisely targeted push cause a fashion trend, the popularity of a new product, or a drop in the crime rate. This widely acclaimed bestseller, in which Malcolm Gladwell explores and brilliantly illuminates the tipping point phenomenon, is already changing the way people throughout the world think about selling products and disseminating ideas.
Everyone knows the Hans Christian Anderson story about the ugly little duckling that changed into a swan. What most people don't know is the story that happened in between, when a weird looking little duckling named "Ugly" was adopted by a city rat named Ratso. Big laughs along with life's lessons are guaranteed as Ugly struggles to find his place in the world in this animated series.
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Little People Matt and Amy Roloff may only be four feet tall, but they are determined to make the world their own. Raising four children, a mixture of Little and average size-siblings aged 9 to 16, the Roloffs are struggling under emotional and financial burdens. As for the kids, they play with wild abandon on the Roloff's lush 30-acre farm in the outskirts of Portland, Oregon.
"Read amazing stories about Martin Luther King, Jr, Amelia Earhart, Mohandas Gandhi, and many other fascinating and inspiring people from all over the world. These colorful and kid-friendly pages introduce younger readers to more than 50 people and their interesting lives"-Page 4 of cover.
In the wilds of Topanga Canyon, Cassie Shaw is right at home-with the call of birds, the sound of wind in the trees, the harmony of a world without people. But everywhere else, life is a little harder for Cassie. Her mother believes in Big Foot. Her wisecracking pet parrot is a drama queen. And at the age of thirty, newly single and without a college degree, Cassie desperately needs a decent paycheck.
Within gardens all over the world live some very small funny looking people. They are no bigger than your hand. They look a bit like fish but with some very big differences. They wear caps, hooded tops and they can rap. These little people have the abilit
The little boat with a big past: the fight to save one of the most important artefacts of Australian military history. For many years, thousands of people have walked past an unassuming black timber fishing boat bobbing in the water down at the wharves of Sydney's Darling Harbour. But appearances can be deceptive. This humble little trawler played a key role in one of World War II's most audacious and successful commando raids.
When her mami meets someone new, Juana worries that everything will change in a humorous, heartwarming follow-up to the Pura Belpré Award-winning Juana & Lucas. Juana's life is just about perfect. She lives in the beautiful city of Bogotá with her two most favorite people in the world: her mami and her dog, Lucas. Lately, though, things have become a little less perfect.