Old MacDonald had a ... garden? Yes! Sing along with young Jo MacDonald as she grows healthy food for people and wild creatures. E-I-E-I-O! Find out how butterflies, bumblebees, and birds help a garden to thrive - and how you can help them too. And keep an eye on one mysterious plant. What will it become? Youngsters learn about garden ecosystems and stewardship through this playful adaptation of "Old MacDonald Had a Farm."
Bailey Beaver learns a painful lesson about keeping his teeth healthy. Personal Health: Caring for Your Teeth.
Pig has a big goal! But will he shape up or just have fun in the mud? Fitness: Staying Active.
Mom is in for a surprise when a trip to the zoo brings out the animal in everyone! Fitness: Staying Flexible.
Ricky Raccoon's picnic turns into a fun feast when friends bring their favorite snacks. Nutrition: Healthy Snacks.
From the crocodiles dentist, to the mongoose spa, Animal Partners takes a whimsical look at symbiotic relationships of animals large and small. Although many animals live in groups of the same kind, here you will learn how some animals form unique partnerships with different species. After all, dont we all need a little help from our friends?
Through many photographs and illustrations, Food Chains and You conveys how the transfer of energy takes place from the sun to various plants and animals, including people. It shows children how they, too, are part of food chains. The book also gives children tips on how to grow their own food-chain-friendly vegetable garden.