New Release Books by Laurie Krebs

Laurie Krebs is the author of Riding on a Caravan (2017), The Beeman (2009), Up and Down the Andes (2011), We're Roaming in the Rainforest (2011) and other 14 books.

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Riding on a Caravan

release date: Sep 01, 2017
Riding on a Caravan
Explore the sights, smells and sounds of China in this rhyming tale about a Chinese family''s journey along the Silk Road, the trade route running thousands of miles through Asia. Then dive into extensive educational endnotes, including captivating photos of the author''s travels on the Silk Road.

The Beeman

release date: Jan 01, 2009
The Beeman
Here are his gloves made of cotton and leather, protecting his hands in all kinds of weather when he tends to his hives as the Beeman.

Up and Down the Andes

release date: Jan 01, 2011

We're Roaming in the Rainforest

release date: Apr 01, 2011
We're Roaming in the Rainforest
Rhyming verse describes the activities of many of the creatures that inhabit the Amazon rainforest.

We're Riding on a Caravan

release date: Jan 01, 2007
We're Riding on a Caravan
Presents a history of the Silk Road, introducing the sights and sounds of such sites as the oasis at Dunhuang, the Yellow River, the desert near Hami, and the market at Kashgar.

We're Sailing to Galapagos

release date: Jan 01, 2007
We're Sailing to Galapagos
Rhyming text presents facts about the Galapagos Islands and introduces the wildlife, such as giant tortoises, black iguanas, and brightly-colored lava crabs, who live there.

We're Sailing Down the Nile

release date: Jan 01, 2007
We're Sailing Down the Nile
Climb aboard the river boat! We re sailing down the Nile. We ll visit Abu Simbel in just a little while.

Off We Go to Mexico!

release date: Jan 01, 2006
Off We Go to Mexico!
We swim in turquoise water and build castles on the beach. We climb up rocks or watch from docks, To see the gray whales breach.

We All Went on Safari

release date: Jan 01, 2004
We All Went on Safari
Follows a Tanzanian family through the African grasslands as they count the animals they see, from one leopard to 10 elephants, and includes information about Tanzania and Swahili names and numbers. Reprint.

Vamos Todos de Safari

release date: Jan 01, 2003
Vamos Todos de Safari
We came across some ostriches, And Mosi counted two (mbili)

We`re Sailing to Galapagos PB

release date: Sep 01, 2007
We`re Sailing to Galapagos PB
Come sail to the Galapagos and see who you can see! Readers will encounter giant tortoises, albatrosses, iguanas and many other exotic creatures as they sail around the alluring Galapagos Islands, learning the days of the week as they go.

A Day in the Life of a Colonial Indigo Planter

release date: Aug 01, 2003
A Day in the Life of a Colonial Indigo Planter
Presents a day in the life of South Carolinian Eliza Pinckney, who was unusual in that she was one of the few female plantation owners in colonial times.

A Day in the Life of a Colonial Shipwright

release date: Jan 01, 2004
A Day in the Life of a Colonial Shipwright
Describes a day in the life of a shipbuider, discussing training, key figures in the field, and steps to building a ship.

A Day in the Life of a Colonial Doctor

release date: Jan 01, 2004
A Day in the Life of a Colonial Doctor
Describes a day in the life of a doctor in colonial Philadelphia, where he was trained, common ailments and how he treated them, and ways in which he tried to improve conditions for women, slaves, and others.

A Day in the Life of a Colonial Sailmaker

release date: Jan 01, 2004
A Day in the Life of a Colonial Sailmaker
Describes a typical day in the life of James Forten, who was born in Philadelphia to free black parents, learned to be a sailmaker, and later became a wealthy, respected businessman with his own shop.

A Day in the Life of a Colonial Miller

release date: Jan 01, 2004
A Day in the Life of a Colonial Miller
Describes a day in the life of a Connecticut miller during the Revolutionary War, how his gristmill operated, how he kept his tools clean, and what happened when British troops approached.

Un Safari Per Contare

release date: Jan 01, 2003
Un Safari Per Contare
Everyone is invited to join Arusha, Mosi, and Tumpe as they set out on a counting journey through the Tanzanian plains. Along the way, they spy all sorts of animals - elephants, lions and monkeys - while learning to count from one to ten.

The Library of Living and Working in Colonial Times: Set 3

release date: Jan 01, 2005
The Library of Living and Working in Colonial Times: Set 3
These charming tales make it easy to bring the history curriculum to life in your classroom. These books are tied directly to the National Social Studies Standards and Benchmarks through the following themes: culture time, continuity, and change individual development and identity power, authority, and governance people, places, and environments production, distribution, and consumption civic ideals and practices science, technology, and society Readers of this series will travel back in time and spend a day in the life of a real citizen during the earliest days of our nation. Each book in the series features a person who actually lived and worked during colonial times. The readers will learn how they may have spent a day in their lives. The books offer original period documents, oil paintings, etchings, and woodcuts that portray the colonial era. These primary sources bring depth and authenticity to young readers'' exploration of life before the American Revolution. The captivating stories of these real-life characters, some of them American icons, will make history tangible and fun.
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