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Books like Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Want more books like Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney? Check out our book list below. These funny stories will keep you busy reading until Greg's next wimpy kid adventure comes out!... More 
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Animals Up Close

Love animals, but can't make it to the zoo? Picture books let you explore the zoo or visit the aquarium anytime - from home! Check out some of our books and get ready to roar like a lion and swim... More 
This online encyclopedia is just for kids. A great place to start a research project, the articles include pictures, videos, links to good web sites and more. Britannica for Kids draws from content in Compton's by... More 
For children aged 4-7: An interactive learning environment of developmentally-appropriate activies for early childhood. Interactivity is focused on maps and videos, games and learning materials, word and letter activities.... More 
Designed for children in kindergarten through third grade, BrainPOP Jr. includes videos, audio prompts and learning activities with an easy to use graphical interface that allows children to learn independently. Based on... More 
For students in grades 3-6, the Superchef book series introduces readers to the cuisine and culture of countries the world over.Superchef includes clear explanations of cooking techniques and safety. Readers will... More 
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Storytelling Weekly Challenge: Have your children tell their favorite stories by discussing what is happening in the books. Ask an open-ended question about one of the books you share at storytime. Suggestions: Where did that gorilla live?... More 
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Guessing Children love to guess. Hum …I wonder what this book is about. Can you guess? Weekly Challenge: Share books that invite children to guess what happens next. Suggestions: Ask your children what they think will happen next. Help them... More 
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Shapes Weekly Challenge: Name, trace and play with shapes this week. Suggestions: Talk about the shape of signs, toys, and things at the grocery store. Have children do rubbings of various shapes. Write the name of the shape under the rubbing... More 
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Nursery Rhymes & Songs Children who know eight rhymes by heart by the time they are four are usually among the best readers by the time they are eight. Weekly Challenge: Share rhymes and songs every day, and your children will learn to say them on their own. More 


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