Showing posts with label paperback. Show all posts
Showing posts with label paperback. Show all posts

September 06, 2013

Test Drive this entire eBook for Free!

Test Drive this entire eBook for Free! Goats on the Family Farm read for free through 9/30/13.

GOATS ON THE FAMILY FARM explores a goat’s life. Did you know that you can make cheese from goat’s milk, or that goats are really great jumpers? Discover what a goat’s life is like in this addition to the ANIMALS ON THE FAMILY FARM series. Author Chana Stiefel.   Avaliable in Library Edition, paperback, and as an eBook.

Please share this link with others who may be interested in reading this book. GOATS ON THE FAMILY FARM

April 25, 2013

Do you have a little chef in your home?

From party food...

to pizza and pasta...

to tasty desserts...

and even yummy snacks...

young chefs will find the simple steps accompanied by illustrations easy to follow.
Enslow's Little Chef series that will be available June 1 is already receiving great advance reviews.
Available for preorder from EnslowBarnes and NobleAmazon, your favorite independent bookstore, or your preferred vendor. Reserve your copies today!


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November 28, 2012

"Dealing With Stress: A How-to Guide" An Award-Winning Finalist!

CONGRATULATIONS to our author, Lisa Wroble!
Available with library binding, in  paperback, and as an e-book!

We are pleased to announce that, Dealing with Stress: A How-to Guide is an Award-Winning Finalist in the "Young Adult: Non-Fiction" category of The 2012 USA Best Book Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.

This book is available from Enslow, major book distributors, retail bookstores, and online retailers including Amazon and Barnes and Noble.


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September 21, 2012

First Day of Autumn

Yup, it has crept up on us again. But doesn't it every year? Saturday is the first day of autumn. Hopefully you've got your rake. You've got your leaf bags. You've got your kids ready to help. But do you have your books about fall? We have two great series about the seasons that give you a choice of the library bound books or the paperback versions, depending upon your needs and budgets. 

These books introduce readers to the seasons, including basic weather conditions and how weather changes. Simple, hands-on investigations using common household items helps readers learn about the weather and seasons. Observing, measuring, comparing, and recording data are all popular techniques used in these activities.
For Grades 3–4
Paperback ISBN:  978-1-59845-388-1 $6.95 
Library Binding ISBN:  978-0-7660-3985-8
$21.26 List $21.26 School/Library: $15.95


When fall arrives, the harvest colors of the season are on display! Color can be found everywhere, in pumpkins, acorns, and of course leaves that are soon to drop from the trees. These books contain sight words and simple sentences to talk about the colors of the seasons.

For PreK–Grade 1
Paperback ISBN: ISBN-13: 978-1-59845-388-1  $6.95
Library Binding ISBN:  978-0-7660-3985-8  List: $21.26 School /Library $15.95



















June 08, 2012

Who Will Win the Stanley Cup?

Library Binding: ISBN: 978-0-7660-3869-1
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-59845-357-7
Unlike other trophies, a new Stanley Cup is not made every year. Cup winners keep this trophy until another winner is crowned the following year. Who will win this year's Stanley Cup? That is yet to be determined.

Young hockey players who are inspired, by watching the top two teams battle it out, will want to brush up on their skills so they too can dream of playing on a professional team one day.

Top 25 Hockey Skills, Tips, and Tricks by Jeff Savage, includes tips on skating, controlling the puck, shooting, defense and how to get ready to play. For grades 4–up, this book provides basic instruction for the beginner and advanced tips, drills, and tricks that are used by the pros. This book, and others in the series, Top 25 Sports Skills, Tips, and Tricks, supports the National Standards for Physical Education and is great for students who play school or club sports.

May 11, 2012

Look What's In the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum Library!

Enslow is excited to find out that Black Sabbath: Pioneers of Heavy Metal by Brian Aberback from our Rebels of Rock series can be found in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum library.

Library ISN: 978-0-7660-3379-5
Library and School Price: $23.95
List Price: $31.93
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-59845-212-9
Paperback Price: $9.95

Black Sabbath, the band that created heavy-metal music, could not envision making rock history when the band formed in Birmingham, England, in the late 1960s. Back then, the poor and working-class young men of Black Sabbath were hoping to simply make a living playing music so that they could escape a life confined to boring factory work. Black Sabbath’s journey from Birmingham to the big time is a remarkable story of highs and lows, of fallout and reconciliation. Their music and their aggressive, rebellious nature have inspired and influenced countless bands in a number of rock genres, from hard rock and heavy metal to punk to rap.