Primary Numbers: A New Hampshire Numbers Book is a fitting follow-up to its companion state alphabet book. This fun, colorful, and superbly informative book teaches children about numbers using recognizable places, events, and facts from their respective states.
Providing a brief history of one of the first U.S. colonies, New Hampshire covers details of daily colonial life and the growing political workings of America as well as the effects of revolution, reform, and restoration in England on the colony.
This reproducible book is an introduction to your great state. Kids will learn about their state history, geography, presidents, people, places, nature, animals, and much more by completing these enriching activities.
Nicholas learns that his cousin Francis has taken the precious copy of his family journal to New Hampshire. Nicholas knows that he must continue his journey to search for Francis and the journal, but how will one little mouse find them in the vast mountains of New Hampshire?
Step back in time and visit New Hampshire during the Colonial period. Despite conflicts with Native Americans and other colonists, the New Hampshire Colony slowly grew. Find out what made New Hampshire unique, how it got the nickname "the Granite State," what role it played during the Revolutionary War, and what daily life was like in Colonial times and the early days of statehood.
What's so great about New Hampshire? Readers will build skills to identify and summarize the top ten sites to see or things to do in the Granite State. We'll explore New Hampshire's exciting museums, beautiful parks, sunny beaches, and rich history. The New Hampshire by Map feature helps students locate all the places covered in the book.
Good Night New Hampshire discovers Mount Washington, Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse, lakes, canoeists and kayakers, baby loons and white-tailed deer, maple trees and syrup, fishing, covered bridges, sandy beaches, general stores, sailing, apple orchards, skiing, ice skating, and more.
N is for New Hampshire is an alphabet picture book that introduces children to the sights, landscape, culture, and history of New Hampshire told through stories, anecdotes, verse, and fun facts. But this is no ordinary alphabet book.
As much as Sara and Peanut enjoyed their time together in the little forest behind their house, Sara couldn't help but feel the desire for something more for the two of them. One day she heard about the mountains of New Hampshire. Many of these mountains over 4,000 feet high. Join Sara and Peanut on their adventure as they begin a new journey, exploring the mountains!
In Sarah Whitcher’s Story by award-winning author Elizabeth Yates, little Sarah follows a tiny bird away from her family’s cabin into the thick New Hampshire forest. When night come, Sarah realizes that she is lost. Settlers come from all across the countryside to help find her, but as the long days pass, the searchers grow desperate.
The reproducible coloring book includes pictures of characters, places, facts, and fun. The kids can color their way around New Hampshire while learning new facts. Great for school, home or on the road.
After losing his wife in the bombing of an American embassy in Africa, Alex Jackson moves his family to the New Hampshire mountains to run a campground in rugged Crawford Notch near the famous Appalachian Trail. He hopes that time and nature will heal them.
Then tragedy strikes again when teenager Angie loses track of the little girl she is babysitting. Four-year old Melanie has wandered away and is lost in the surrounding wilderness.
Kindergarten-Grade 2—Imogene is a feisty child who loves history and spouts quotes from famous people on all occasions. When she discovers the now-abandoned Historical Society building in her New Hampshire town, she cleans it up and opens it as a museum. No one comes. Then one morning she finds a sign posted outside the building stating that it will be torn down to make room for a shoelace factory. Imogene tries to enlist the aid of the mayor and other influential people, but they all say that the factory will put them on the map. At the last minute, she finds a letter in the museum that was written by George Washington to indicate that he had slept there.
Discover New Hampshire and its rich heritage, unique natural history, and groundbreaking citizens. G is for Granite: A New Hampshire Alphabet is a detailed picture book that introduces children to the beauty and wonder of New Hampshire, from its numerous covered bridges to the delightful call of the ovenbird and even the coveted New Hampshire primary elections.
"You're my first boy, Cooper, my first boy," grandfather says just before he dies. All alone in the world, without even a dog, the only thing that keeps Cooper going is running the dairy farm.
Suddenly, black sedans are swarming all around Cooper's small New Hampshire town, driven by mysterious men in dark suits. Cooper's barn is burned to the ground, and his house is broken into and searched during the night. The President of the United States calls on Cooper for a visit, and her opponent wants Cooper to join him on the campaign trail.
Who exactly is Cooper Jewett, and what does the government want with him?