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- 【UNLIMITED FUN】: QuadPro 84PCS Wooden Blocks Set which comes in rich gameplay that appeal to boys and girls of all ages, can be assembled into Many patterns, such as:Robot,Train, Steamship, Aircraft, Elephant, Flower, Machine gun and more. It can also be used as a stacking toys, Stack up one by one,Train kid's balance.
- 【CONTAINS INSTRUCTION MANUAL】This wooden toys comes with 16 full colored interesting pattern to help your child get started. The each pattern contains 1 to 5 stars depending on the difficulty of the project. The each pattern shows your child which pieces they will need to complete what they plan to build.
- 【BEST GROWTH PARTNER】This wooden blocks helps teach sorting skills, color and shape recognition, and helps children develop and hone fine motor skills. It encourages problem-solving and builds hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity. See confidence and self-esteem grow as children two and older rise to the challenge of matching the shapes and creating different patterns.
- 【SAFE FOR KIDS】This product is suitable for children age 3year+, Made from high quality Beech and non-toxic water paint, It is also After EN71,CPSC certification, so it is safe and durable for your child to play with.Smooth edge of each piece will never hurt baby's little hands.
- 【CUSTOMER GUARANTEE】We're SO confident that you kids will love this wooden train toy that it's backed by our 100% Money Back Guarantee.If you child don't love this wooden building blocks toys for whatever reason, we'll replace it or give you every cent back. That means that you either love it, or it's free!
Package Contents 1. 30 Magnetic Triangle 2. 30 Magnetic Squares 3. 2 Magnetic Trapezoidal 4 4 Magnetic Long Triangle（Isosceles triangle） 5. 2 Magnetic Hexagon 6. 2 Wheel sets (not Magnetic) 7. 1 big Ferris wheel set (8 pieces, not magnetic) 8. 26 Alphanumeric Cards （not Magnetic） 9 . 16 Digital...
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Harry Houdini for KidsChicago Review Press. 2009
Illusionist, escape artist, movie star, aviator, and spy--Harry Houdini was all these and an international celebrity and the world's most famous magician. This fascinating biography looks at all the facets of Houdini's amazing life and includes 21 magic tricks and illusions for a hands-on learning experience. Children will be inspired by this Jewish immigrant who grew up in poverty and, through perseverance and hard work, went on to become one of the most popular and successful entertainers of all time. Houdini was an artist who created his acts carefully, practicing them for years in some cases. He performed such seemingly impossible stunts as escaping several sets of handcuffs and ropes after jumping off a bridge into a flowing river. Kids will learn how he devised his most legendary stunts and will also learn the science and logic behind many of Houdini's acts including his famous milk can escape. Kids can amaze their family and friends with these simple, entertaining, and fun tricks and illusions: · Stepping through an index card · Performing an odd number trick · Making a coin appear · Mind reading with a secret code · Making a magic box · Lifting a person with one hand · Making a talking board · And much more
If I Built a CarPenguin. 2005
If I built a car, it'd be totally new! Here are a few of the things that I'd do. . . . Young Jack is giving an eye-opening tour of the car he'd like to build. There's a snack bar, a pool, and even a robot named Robert to act as chauffeur. With Jack's soaring imagination in the driver's seat, we're deep-sea diving one minute and flying high above traffic the next in this whimsical, tantalizing take on the car of the future. Illustrations packed with witty detail, bright colors, and chrome recall the fabulous fifties and an era of classic American automobiles. Infectious rhythm and clever invention make this wonderful read-aloud a launch pad for imaginative fun.
Down to the Sea with Mr. MageeChronicle Books. 2011
With enough lunch for three, Mr. Magee and his dog Dee head out to the sea. But what begins as a fun day in the sun turns a bit bumpy when one playful whale decides to say hello. Soon the crew that once was floating finds themselves flying! How will they get down? Who will come to their rescue? And when will they ever get to eat lunch? Down to the Sea with Mr. Magee is a great read-aloud, sure to provide fits of giggles.
The Bogey ManRandom House. 2016
From the author of Paper Lion What happens when a weekend athlete – of average skill at best – joins the professional golf circuit? George Plimpton spent a month of self-imposed torture on the PGA tour to find out, meeting amateurs, pros, caddies, officials, fans and hangers-on along the way. In The Bogey Man we find golf legends, adventurers, stroke-saving theories, superstitions, and other golfing lore, and best of all, Plimpton’s thoughts and experiences – frustrating, humbling and, sometimes, thrilling – from the first tee to the last green.