“The Adventures of Pili in Colombia is a fable of love and friendship, a quest for answers to explain why the birds have lost their colors.¨
– Luanne Rice
New York Times Bestselling Author
New bilingual kids. Great gift for Christmas, including The Tale of a Flightless Mosquito; The Big Purple Book; and The Moon is made of Dreams
The Adventures of Pili Coloring Books are a great educational tool illustrated with eye-catching drawings. Our books inspire little explorers to have fun while nurturing essential fine motor skills, as well as observation and creativity. We encourage families to explore the world of dinosaurs – and tackle concepts like animal behavior and natural selection – while sharing the creative process of coloring. Inside you will find: – Simple illustrations of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals found in North America and South America – Bold lines to help young artists stay within the lines – Dinosaur names in English and Spanish – Time periods when dinosaurs lived – Diet details: carnivorous, herbivorous
Nighthawk: The Tale of a Flightless Mosquito: Nighthaw was a special mosquito. So special he was born wingless. But how he wished he was like the others. He longed to buzz freely through the air, and explore the earth with long and strong wings. When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade! Take off on Nighthawk’s adventure as he goes in search of happiness, and discover how helping others can help you!
Nighthawk: The Tale of a Flightless Mosquito. A short movie inspired by the bilingual children book by Kike Calvo.
The Adventures of Pili Coloring Books are a great educational tool designed with eye-catching illustrations. We encourage parents to explore the idea of insects being beneficial for the environment -many bugs are!- while sharing the creative process of coloring.
This is a classic First Words book with a modern twist. Little explorers will love practicing their first words while learning about sustainability in this brightly illustrated book. This series invites parents to have conversations with their children using a thoughtfully curated collection of very simple words grouped around sustainability concepts.
Inspired by his daughter, National Geographic photographer Kike Calvo set out to create a children’s book that would […]