Paige and Paxton are going to Corner Pastries to order a cake for their dad’s birthday party. Corner Pastries is an amazing place with a mouth-watering selection of baked delights. But who knew that it’s also like a chemistry lab?
In this adventure, America’s favorite puzzle pieces discover that baking and chemistry are two sides of the same coin. Baking is combining different ingredients in different ways to create different types of treats.
Chemistry, on the other hand, is combining different ingredients in different ways to create everything. What’s more, all the “ingredients” are listed on a handy chart. Go figure. Tag along with Paige and Paxton as they “get in the elements” and learn about chemistry: the recipe for everything in the universe that takes up space.
From Paige and Paxton’s perspective, it seems like grown-ups are always telling them what to do. Luckily, Grandmama Puzzle has an amazing day planned for the precocious siblings. The three are going to get a peek at some cool new things that computer programmers like their grandmother are dreaming up. It’s just the thing to take Paige and Paxton’s mind off their woes.
But at the event, Paige and Paxton find more of the same but with a twist. In this imaginative intergenerational story, Grandmama Puzzle leads us through the basis of technology: computer programming, also known as coding. But technology is just a piece of the lesson. Paige and Paxton also discover two fundamental truths: innovation transcends age and guidance is an important part of all of our lives.
Penelope, Paige and Paxton have an important task at hand: shopping for their school carnival. The last stop is Puzzleland Emporium, a big box store in the center of the island packed with everything the three friends could ever want or imagine.
It’s the perfect backdrop to uncover packaging engineering, a field that doesn’t get a lot of attention. The story also sheds light on something else that often goes unnoticed: we live in a world in which virtually everything is the product of engineering—from our airplanes, computers, bridges, and skyscrapers to the versatile containers that cover and protect the things we use every day.
Paige and Paxton are fed up! It’s been raining in Puzzleland for five days, and they want it to stop—now. The situation starts to look brighter when their grandparents invite them along for a tour of the local TV station. Paige and Paxton will get to meet their favorite TV stars!
But at the station, there’s an unexpected turn of events. Paige and Paxton end up in the TV weather center, and it’s a good thing because the meteorologists really clear things up. They introduce the siblings to the science of weather and give them a new perspective on rain to boot.
Paxton Finds His Perfect Fit (Intro to Technology)
Paxton is a puzzle piece. He lives in Puzzleland with his mom, his dad and his older sister, Paige. In Puzzleland, all the puzzle pieces are different. But each puzzle piece has a perfect fit—something he or she loves to do.
In this heart-warming tale of perseverance and friendly sibling rivalry, you’ll find yourself rooting for little Paxton, as he searches for his perfect fit. For Paxton, there’s a heightened sense of urgency because big sister Paige has already found hers. Paxton tests his mettle while gaining a new perspective on something he loves: technology. He discovers that technology is more than gadgets and machines. It’s creating new things and new ways of doing things to make our lives easier.
Parker Finds His Perfect Fit (Intro to Mathematics)
Paige and Paxton love Sundays. Every Sunday, the siblings meet up with their cousin, Parker, and his family, at their Grandparents’ house for dinner. It’s a time when the entire Puzzle clan catches up on what’s going on. But Parker has a surprise for Paige and Paxton. Parker has found his perfect fit—something he loves to do.
Grandmama Puzzle takes the lead in this charming tale steeped in family traditions. She helps the cousins understand that math is something we count on every day—from the time we wake up until we go to bed at night. Plus, there is one more thing that the cousins can always count on: lots of family fun at their grandparents’ house.
Paige and Paxton are puzzle pieces. They live with their mom and dad in Puzzleland. In Puzzleland, all the puzzle pieces are different, and that’s what makes Puzzleland an exciting place for little ones with big imaginations.
In this adventure, Puzzleland’s famous siblings spend a Saturday helping out Mama Puzzle at her flower shop. It’s a chance for Paige and Paxton to get their hands dirty and to discover amazing things about the plants around us. Your children will adore this whimsical and wonderful story set in Puzzleland’s premier florist shop—where more than just the flowers grow and flourish. So do curious young minds thirsty for knowledge and adventure.
Paige & Paxton Discover a Piece of the Past (Paleontology)
Paige and Paxton are puzzle pieces growing up on the magical island of Puzzleland. In Puzzleland, all the puzzle pieces are different, but each has a perfect fit—something he or she loves to do.
In this adventure, the precocious siblings visit the wise and lovable Grandpapa Puzzle, who always has a lot of fun things for Paige and Paxton to do. But fun is just a piece of it. While there are many lessons to learn in this intergenerational tale that warms the heart and stimulates the imagination, the most important one is the indivisible link that binds us to our past and connects us to our future.