• Juvenile Nonfiction

I Can Tie My Own Shoes


Author: Oakley Graham,Barry Green
Publisher: Top That! Publishing
ISBN: 9781782448242
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 12
View: 8471
Step-by-step instructions and rhyming text teach readers how to tie their shoelaces, in a volume that includes shoelaces attached to an image of a shoe.

I Can Tie My Own Shoelaces


Author: Nat Lambert
Publisher: Top That! Publishing
ISBN: 9781849566193
Category:
Page: 12
View: 8941

    • Juvenile Nonfiction

Red Lace, Yellow Lace

Learn to Tie Your Shoe!
Author: Mike Casey,Judith Herbst
Publisher: Barrons Juveniles
ISBN: 9780812065534
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 24
View: 6588
Rhyming text teaches young children how to tie a shoe.

    • Juvenile Fiction

Look! I Can Tie My Shoes!


Author: Susan Hood,Amy Wummer
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780448426761
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 32
View: 1184
A young girl loves all kinds of shoes except the ones with laces, until her mother gives her--and the reader--a lesson in tying shoes.

    • Shoes

The Shoelace Box


Author: Elizabeth Winthrop
Publisher: Goldencraft
ISBN: N.A
Category: Shoes
Page: 24
View: 1238
Steven has trouble learning to tie his shoes but hates to admit it.

I Can Tie My Shoes!


Author: Najiyyah Abdul Aziz,Umm Jannah
Publisher: Litfire Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 9781682568781
Category:
Page: 28
View: 4670
Faceless Creations Literature For Kids Presents: I Can Tie My Shoes! Noah is excited and eager to start his first year of kindergarten. However, he does not know how to tie his shoes and is afraid that he will be teased by the other kids for not knowing. Find out what happens to Noah at school and find out if he even learn how to tie!

    • Biography & Autobiography

If at Birth You Don't Succeed

My Adventures with Disaster and Destiny
Author: Zach Anner
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 162779364X
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 352
View: 4804
“Hilarious and inspiring, Anner has made a life filled with fans, love, and Internet fame—reminding us that disability is no match for dreams.”—People (Book of the Week) “Zach Anner is way more than an inspirational figure for anyone who has ever felt impossibly different: he’s also a great f**king writer.”—Lena Dunham Comedian Zach Anner opens his frank and devilishly funny book, If at Birth You Don't Succeed, with an admission: he botched his own birth. Two months early, underweight and under-prepared for life, he entered the world with cerebral palsy and an uncertain future. So how did this hairless mole-rat of a boy blossom into a viral internet sensation who's hosted two travel shows, impressed Oprah, driven the Mars Rover, and inspired a John Mayer song? (It wasn't "Your Body is a Wonderland.") Zach lives by the mantra: when life gives you wheelchair, make lemonade. Whether recounting a valiant childhood attempt to woo Cindy Crawford, encounters with zealous faith healers, or the time he crapped his pants mere feet from Dr. Phil, Zach shares his fumbles with unflinching honesty and characteristic charm. By his thirtieth birthday, Zach had grown into an adult with a career in entertainment, millions of fans, a loving family, and friends who would literally carry him up mountains. If at Birth You Don't Succeed is a hilariously irreverent and heartfelt memoir about finding your passion and your path even when it's paved with epic misadventure. This is the unlikely but not unlucky story of a man who couldn't safely open a bag of Skittles, but still became a fitness guru with fans around the world. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll fall in love with the Olive Garden all over again, and learn why cerebral palsy is, definitively, "the sexiest of the palsies." Praise for Zach Anner “Cerebral palsy couldn't stop Anner from becoming a celeb, traveling the world, and Friending Oprah (for starters).”—Cosmopolitan “Zach makes you want to be a better person, with his humor and his heart and everything he's had to deal with from the time he was born. I've never met anyone like him, and I've met a lot of people.” —Oprah Winfrey “A laugh-a-minute read.... If At Birth You Don’t Succeed recounts his journey from being what he calls a “crappy baby” [with cerebral palsy to] the host of his own travel show and an improbable workout guru. If there was ever a book that showed the importance of laughing at yourself, this is probably it.”—MentalFloss (#1 A Best New Book for Spring) “Zach Anner is a truly inspiring and hysterical human being with a warped sense of humor (and body). He’s also an exceptional writer and his memoir is an absolute joy.”—Rainn Wilson “A characteristically hilarious and candid book about growing up with cerebral palsy, winning a reality TV contest with Oprah’s OWN channel and becoming an unlikely-yet-inspiring fitness guru and YouTube celebrity with more than 10 million views.”—What’s Trending “Zach Anner is the living definition of ‘giving better than he’s gotten.’ Life dealt him a difficult hand but he managed to beat the house with humor, heart, and a fearless punk attitude. Required reading.”—Patton Oswalt “I love Zach Anner and I love his memoir. If everyone were a little more like Zach, the world may not be a better place, but it would be funnier place, which is a great step forward.”—Reddit Co-founder Alexis Ohanian “He’s a unique, creative kid with a smart, edgy sense of humor.”—Arsenio Hall “I think I speak for everybody when I say...I want to see more of Zach.” —John Mayer “Wonderful. . . Anner’s comedy is the peppy, uplifting sort you’d expect from someone who Oprah says ‘makes [her] want to be a better person,’ such as his elaborate Olive Garden metaphors for the nature of life. . . . Anner remarks wryly that being expected to act as an ambassador for the disabled ‘is a tightrope walk, which is hard on four wheels.’ Maybe so, but with this book, he makes it look easy.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Funny, empowering...An inspirational memoir with a seasoned, infectious sense of humor...[Anner’s book chronicles] his three decades of life (so far) with cerebral palsy, a permanent condition that hasn’t prevented him from living his dream as a comic, a media sensation, and a motivational speaker.”—Kirkus Reviews

The Centipede Who Couldn't Tie His Shoes


Author: Karen Dobyns
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781945033407
Category:
Page: 48
View: 6716
Ben, a spectacle-wearing centipede, is thrilled to start second grade. Until a sneering grasshopper points out that he¿s the only one still wearing ¿baby shoes.¿ Fifty pairs of new shoes later, Ben realizes that tying shoes isn¿t so easy, especially with a low-vision disability that even thick glasses can't completely correct. e school's occupational therapist shows Ben some tips and tricks for shoe tying that include using special colored laces. Now Ben must decide whether using the special laces is worth it¿especially when it makes him look different and a bully is involved.

    • Juvenile Nonfiction

My First Shoe Book

With a Practice Shoelace and Easy-to-Follow Instructions
Author: IglooBooks
Publisher: Igloo Books
ISBN: 9781785576072
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 12
View: 4910
Learn how to tie your laces with this wonderful, new addition to the Tiny Tots range. With a practice lace and an easy, step-by-step guide, this delightful book is fantastic for little lace-learners.

    • Juvenile Nonfiction

The Zoo's Shoes

Learn to Tie Your Shoelaces!
Author: Lynn Brunelle,Emilie Chollat
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780761149453
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 14
View: 9136
It's the board book with strings attached!—and the perfect gift for preschoolers. Die-cut in the shape and size of a child's sneaker and featuring four sets of colorful laces threaded through the sturdy board pages, The Zoo's Shoes is the only book of its kind: a hand's-on guide that's a delight to read, yet functions as a practical learning tool. Lynn Brunelle, author of Pop Bottle Science and Camp Out!, has two children of "shoe-tying" age—the age when tying your own shoes marks one more significant step toward independence. This book makes it all easier, whether giving kids a place to practice their skills again and again, or giving parents the help they need to teach this curiously complicated task. It begins with Bunny trying to show the other animals in the zoo how to tie their laces, and then explains in illustrated step-by-step the basic "bunny ears" method of making and tying loops, referring to the book's color-coded laces. Readers help the animals—the zebra, the giraffe, tiger, crocodile, and leopard—tie their high-top sneakers: Zebra's shoes are black-and-white. She didn't tie them very tight. Would you tie them please? Slip-ons and shoes with Velcro have their place, but there's nothing like a child's feeling of Eureka! the first time he or she ties those pesky laces.

    • Juvenile Nonfiction

Telling Time


Author: Jules Older
Publisher: Charlesbridge
ISBN: 1607342669
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: N.A
View: 5992
Time isn't an easy concept for kids to grasp, but young readers will delight in learning all about it with the fun and lively lessons in TELLING TIME. Exploring what time is and discovering why we need to tell time, young readers certainly learn more than 'the big hand is on the one and the little hand is on the two'. With the help of a whole lot of clocks, a dash of humor, and a few familiar circumstances, learning to tell time is a lot of fun. It's about time. With Megan Halsey's fresh, fun, and playful illustrations, telling time is a breeze. Imaginative digital and analog clocks adorn page after page with cuckoos, in the shape of boats, with alarm bells, and more. You won't want to miss a second of Telling Time.

    • Sports & Recreation

The Ashley Book of Knots


Author: Clifford Warren Ashley
Publisher: Doubleday Books
ISBN: 0385040253
Category: Sports & Recreation
Page: 620
View: 2147
Traces the history of knot tying and offers illustrated instructions for nearly four thousand different knots

    • Juvenile Fiction

Magic Shoelaces


Author: Audrey Wood
Publisher: Childs Play International Limited
ISBN: 9781904550518
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 32
View: 1975
When Matthew trades his shoelaces for magic ones that never come untied, he soon discovers that this has some disadvantages.

    • Juvenile Nonfiction

Tie Your Shoes

Rocket Style/Bunny Ears
Author: Innovative Kids,Linda Solovic
Publisher: innovative KIDS
ISBN: 9781584762072
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 8
View: 5908
An interactive board book that teaches children two different methods for tying their shoes. Includes laces for children to practice with.

    • Family & Relationships

The Price of Privilege

How Parental Pressure and Material Advantage Are Creating a Generation of Disconnected and Unhappy Kids
Author: Madeline Levine, PhD
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061851957
Category: Family & Relationships
Page: 256
View: 9382
Madeline Levine has been a practicingpsychologist for twenty-five years, but it was only recently that she began to observe a new breed of unhappy teenager. When a bright, personable fifteen-year-old girl, from a loving and financially comfortable family, came into her office with the word empty carved into her left forearm, Levine was startled. This girl and her message seemed to embody a disturbing pattern Levine had been observing. Her teenage patients were bright, socially skilled, and loved by their affluent parents. But behind a veneer of achievement and charm, many of these teens suffered severe emotional problems. What was going on? Conversations with educators and clinicians across the country as well as meticulous research confirmed Levine's suspicions that something was terribly amiss. Numerous studies show that privileged adolescents are experiencing epidemic rates of depression, anxietydisorders, and substance abuse—rates that are higherthan those of any other socioeconomic group ofyoung people in this country. The various elements of a perfect storm—materialism, pressure to achieve, perfectionism, disconnection—are combining to create a crisis in America's culture of affluence. This culture is as unmanageable for parents—mothers in particular—as it is for their children. While many privileged kids project confidence and know how to make a goodimpression, alarming numbers lack the basic foundation of psychological development: an authentic sense of self. Even parents often miss the signs of significant emotional problems in their "star" children. In this controversial look at privileged families, Levine offers thoughtful, practical advice as she explodes one child-rearing myth after another. With empathy and candor, she identifies parenting practices that are toxic to healthy self-development and that have contributed to epidemic levels of depression, anxiety, and substance abuse in the most unlikely place—the affluent family.

    • Crafts & Hobbies

I Can Right Angle Weave

From Basic Stitch to Advanced Techniques, a Comprehensive Workbook for Beaders
Author: Mabeline Gidez
Publisher: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781454703662
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Page: 128
View: 3784
Presents twenty-five projects featuring the right angle weave technique, including flat and tubular right angle weaves, increases and decreases, embellishing, making curves, polygon stitches, and beading.

    • Christmas

When I Dream of Christmas


Author: Oakley Graham
Publisher: Top That! Publishing
ISBN: 9781849567268
Category: Christmas
Page: 58
View: 1088

    • Juvenile Fiction

Elephant & Piggie Like Reading! It's Shoe Time!


Author: Mo Willems,Bryan Collier
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
ISBN: 9781484726471
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 64
View: 551
This lyrical beginning-reader by multi award-winning artist Bryan Collier turns the closet on its heel and redefines what it means to be a pair. Beautifully rendered art paired with rich, rhyming dialog creates a powerful reading experience.