Showing posts with label Chana Stiefel. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Chana Stiefel. Show all posts

September 04, 2013

Cows on the Family Farm, for early elementary readers.

Library Edition: 978-0-7660-4205-6
Paperback Edition: 978-1-4644-0353-8
Moo! Cows on the Family Farm, written for early elementary readers, informs readers about how cows live on the farm. Follow the family at Howling Wolf Farm as this book explains how farmers take care of cows, what cows eat, and the important steps in raising healthy animals. Chana Stiefel, the author, has also written other titles in the Animals on the Family Farm series.

January 14, 2013

New elementary series about farm animals

Library ISBN 978-0-7660-4206-3
Enslow will soon be publishing a six-book series entitled Animals on the Family Farm. Written for the early elementary reader, this series explains the roles these different animals have on a real family farm, their diet, and how the farmer's family cares for them. Also included is a spread explaining the life cycle of that particular animal, as well as another spread with words to know and a photo of that animal, using arrows to point to the different body parts.

Written by Chana Stiefel, these books will interest and entertain elementary readers. The six animals featured are: chickens, cows, goats, pigs, sheep, and turkeys.

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April 09, 2012

Free book giveaway

Library ISBN 978-0-7660-3785-4
Paper ISBN 978-1-59845-375-1
One of our history series, Ye Yucky Middle Ages, was written because librarians told us that they were looking for books that would teach students about life in the middle ages, but yet had some fun illustrations. This series is great for reluctant readers and is available in both library binding and paperback.

What is the most requested topic you get from students? For our free book giveaway, like us on Facebook and leave a comment on Facebook, letting us know what topic is most requested. One winner will be chosen by random at the end of the week, and that person will receive a free copy of an Enslow book of their choice. The winner will be announced on Facebook on Monday!

March 14, 2012

Looking for book reviewers at PLA

Interested in reviewing a free book from Enslow Publishers? Thursday's selections (while supplies last) are The Devil's Door or There's a Rat in My Soup. Stop by booth # 640 to find out more and receive your review copy. Don't forget about our teddy bear raffle as well!

August 18, 2011

There's a Rat in My Soup!

Library: 978-0-7660-3785-4
Paperback: 978-1-59845-375-1
Can you imagine going to a restaurant, ordering a whole turkey for your family (as an example) and then when the waitress/waiter brings your turkey to you, the cook has stuck the skin, feathers, head, feet, and other parts back onto the turkey to make it look like it's alive! To shock guests, cooks would sew the head of one animal onto the body of another before serving. The head of a rooster would be sewn onto the body of a baby pig!

Animal parts were not wasted. Internal organs, feet, necks, even pig ears and cow udders were eaten! Gelatin was made from boiled calves' feet and then cooked fish were placed in the gelatin to make it look like they were swimming!

Written for reluctant readers, this title, and the three others in the series, Don't Let the Barber Pull Your Teeth, Sweaty Suits of Armor, and Ye Castle Stinketh are available in both library and paperback editions.