For fiction titles, make sure you have the Destiny Discover app. You can find it in the Apple and Google stores. Your daughter will need her student number and password. Please see Mr. O in IT if your daughter does not know her password. Find video instructions on using this application here.
Curious and energetic Mei Mei attempts some t'ai chi forms as her grandfather demonstrates them, then tries to teach him basic yoga poses. Includes introductions to t'ai chi and yoga, as well as instructions for the exercises described in the text.
Yoshio delights in the everyday sounds of Tokyo, but when a musician tells him that her favorite sound is ma, the Japanese word for silence, Yoshio sets out to hear this sound for himself among the hustle and bustle of the city. Includes information on the Japanese concept of ma.
This is the first book in a very popular series by former Writer-in-Residence Cherise Mericle Harper. Misnamed by her teacher, seven-year-old Just Grace prides herself on being empathetic, but when she tries to help a neighbor feel better, her good intentions backfire.
These non-fiction e-books are available through our National Geographic Kids database. No app is required, just an internet connection.
Adorably cute and amazingly fast, the cheetah is a perennial favorite in our library. This National Geographic Reader will delight readers with beautiful photographs and mind-boggling facts about this majestic and mysterious cat.
"What do you want to be when you grow up?" is a question kids get asked over and over. But very few connections are made for kids between the present and the future. This book shows kids a pathway from their current interests and talents to a future career or interest. And in so doing, it also encourages adventure, exploration, and discovery, three core principles of National Geographic's mission.
Discover the fascinating world of Mars in this colorful book packed with amazing imagery. In this inviting and entertaining format, kids will learn about the newest information on Mars, the Mars Rover, and our ongoing exploration of the Red Planet. This level 3 reader is written in an easy-to-grasp style to encourage the scientists and explorers of tomorrow!
National Geographic Kids Magazine is a favourite in our library. Full of fun facts, gorgeous photographs and endearing animal stories, you can't go wrong with this educational monthly magazine.