This accessible nonfiction compendium explores the creation of 10 global landmarks, from the first spark of an idea to the final layer of paint. Acclaimed educator Rekha Rajan encourages readers to see themselves as the engineers, builders, architects, and more through interactive stories and a unique structure.
In this interactive book, young readers learn all about drums! Drums are everywhere. At home, in the kitchen and on the playground and you can PLAY this BOOK (RISE x Penguin Workshop)
“Exuberant and participatory, like the music and instruments it showcases.” – Kirkus
The second book in this musical series introduces how horns make sound and music. What does a car horn, vuvuzela and trumpet have in common? They are all horns!
“[An] excellent board book recommendation…A fun introduction…I think even big humans would enjoy this title.” – BookRiot
What do a guitar, a harp, and a piano have in common? They are all strings! The third book in the series begins with a simple explanation of what defines a string instrument. Young readers are then invited on a global exploration of a variety of different stringed instruments.
The fourth book in this musical series introduces young readers to how we use our voices to make music - and your voice is your very own instrument!
New neuroscience research is showing us the long-term benefit that reading aloud has for children—all the way into adulthood.
Animals, birds and insects move and dance naturally to communicate with one another. Some for food, some to mate, some to exercise. In this interactive book, children will learn about the animals around them and be invited to get up and dance!