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- KIDS LEARN WHILE PLAYING: Kids learn color and shape recognition, building, coordination, patterns, and magnetism while having a blast
- STRONGER MAGNETS MAKE BUILDING EASY: Easy for younger kids (3+) and older siblings; rare-earth magnets make these tiles position themselves
- EASY TO CLEAN UP: Magnetic tile blocks stick together for easy cleanup, compact storage, and are less likely to clutter your home
- START A SET OR ADD MORE TILES FOR LARGER STRUCTURES: Excellent value, enjoy for years as you add tiles and structures get larger (compatible with Magformers)
- FUN TO BUILD AND TEAR DOWN: No more Lego museums, fun to knock down and play with again!
Hours of EntertainmentIt has been a year since we first started selling these magnetic tile sets, and our kids still play with them every day. They easily get more hours of fun and learning from these building tiles than any other toy in our home. Our toys inspire your kid’s creative side and...
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Today I'll Be a PrincessAndrews McMeel Publishing. 2015
Every little girl wants to be a princess, and every mom knows that the grass isn't always greener on the other side of the castle walls. With its colorful pictures, Today I'll Be a Princess will make both sides happy, encouraging hours of imaginative play. Our heroine imagines all sorts of advantages to being a princess, until she learns that princesses don't get to play in the mud. It's no contest, and the tiara is abandoned in favor of playtime outside.
The H.D. BookUniv of California Press. 2011
This magisterial work, long awaited and long the subject of passionate speculation, is an unprecedented exploration of modern poetry and poetics by one of America’s most acclaimed and influential postwar poets. What began in 1959 as a simple homage to the modernist poet H.D. developed into an expansive and unique quest to arrive at a poetics that would fuel Duncan’s great work in the 1970s. A meditation on both the roots of modernism and its manifestation in the work of H.D., Ezra Pound, D.H. Lawrence, William Carlos Williams, Edith Sitwell, and many others, Duncan’s wide-ranging book is especially notable for its illumination of the role women played in creation of literary modernism. Until now, The H.D. Book existed only in mostly out-of-print little magazines in which its chapters first appeared. Now, for the first time published in its entirety, as its author intended, this monumental work—at once an encyclopedia of modernism, a reinterpretation of its key players and texts, and a record of Duncan’s quest toward a new poetics—is at last complete and available to a wide audience.
A History of the World in 100 ObjectsPenguin UK. 2011
This book takes a dramatically original approach to the history of humanity, using objects which previous civilisations have left behind them, often accidentally, as prisms through which we can explore past worlds and the lives of the men and women who lived in them. The book's range is enormous. It begins with one of the earliest surviving objects made by human hands, a chopping tool from the Olduvai gorge in Africa, and ends with an object from the 21st century which represents the world we live in today. Neil MacGregor's aim is not simply to describe these remarkable things, but to show us their significance - how a stone pillar tells us about a great Indian emperor preaching tolerance to his people, how Spanish pieces of eight tell us about the beginning of a global currency or how an early Victorian tea-set tells us about the impact of empire. Each chapter immerses the reader in a past civilisation accompanied by an exceptionally well-informed guide. Seen through this lens, history is a kaleidoscope - shifting, interconnected, constantly surprising, and shaping our world today in ways that most of us have never imagined. An intellectual and visual feast, it is one of the most engrossing and unusual history books published in years.
The Little VirtuesSkyhorse Publishing, Inc.. 2016
“As far as the education of children is concerned,” states Natalia Ginzburg in this collection of her finest and best-known short essays, “I think they should be taught not the little virtues but the great ones. Not thrift but generosity and an indifference to money; not caution but courage and a contempt for danger; not shrewdness but frankness and a love of truth; not tact but a love of one’s neighbor and self-denial; not a desire for success but a desire to be and to know.” Whether she writes of the loss of a friend, Cesare Pavese; or what is inexpugnable of World War II; or the Abruzzi, where she and her first husband lived in forced residence under Fascist rule; or the importance of silence in our society; or her vocation as a writer; or even a pair of worn-out shoes, Ginzburg brings to her reflections the wisdom of a survivor and the spare, wry, and poetically resonant style her readers have come to recognize. “A glowing light of modern Italian literature . . . Ginzburg’s magic is the utter simplicity of her prose, suddenly illuminated by one word that makes a lightning streak of a plain phrase. . . . As direct and clean as if it were carved in stone, it yet speaks thoughts of the heart.” —The New York Times Book Review
Star Wars Folded Flyers
Taking you where no paper airplane book has gone before - the Galactic Empire. This is the only book of its kind that enables Jedi knights to follow their dreams of replicating Star Wars spacecrafts that actually fly! Knights of all ages can transform the pre-printed papers into 6 high-performance fighters including Darth Vader's TIE Fighter, Millennium Falcon, and Naboo Starfighter. Aerodynamic experts helped engineer these flyers for ease of folding and fantastic flight.
Rattlesnake CrossingHarper Collins. 2010
A gun dealer is the first to die, his entire stock of weapons cleaned out. But the killer isn’t finished yet, as a series of brutal, blood-chilling murders paralyzes the small Southwestern community the maniac has chosen to feed upon. Every stranger is suspect, every house the possible sanctuary of a monster who skillfully eludes each move of his pursuers. With fear electric and crackling in the bone-dry Arizona air, Sheriff Joanna Brady of Cochise County knows that she is the one who must protect the town she was chosen to serve. But her desperate hunt for a murderer is leading her into terrifying places . . . and it threatens to take a terrible personal toll on the people she most dearly loves.
The Banjo Player's SongbookMusic Sales Amer. 1992
(Music Sales America). Over 200 great songs arranged for the five-string banjo complete with lyrics for each song. Includes folk songs, sentimental favorites, songs of the sea, fiddle tunes, and much more. Spiral bound. Songs include: Home on the Range * On Top of Old Smoky * She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain * You Are My Sunshine * Polly Wolly Doodle * Little Liza Jane * Yankee Doodle * The Wabash Cannonball * Go Tell Aunt Rhody * Buffalo Gals * Skip to My Lou * Loch Lomond * What Do You Do with a Drunken Sailor? * The Camptown Races * Oh! Susanna * Ring, Ring the Banjo * Bill Bailey * Simple Gifts * and many more.