Ãšnete a NicolÃ¡s y a su abuelo mientras dejan a un lado la idea de decorar el Ã¡rbol de navidad por el tierno cuidado de un cardinal atrapado en la nieve de una tormenta en Nochebuena. En la maÃ±ana de Navidad, NicolÃ¡s se encuentra mÃ¡s preocupado por el pÃ¡jaro que por abrir sus regalos. Esta tierna historia garantizarÃ¡ tocar tu corazÃ³n.
A young boy and his abuelo push aside their Christmas preparation to rescue a beautiful cardinal during a blizzard. The bird quickly responds to their kindness, regains it strength, and flies off. The cardinal sweetly and unexpectedly rewards the boy, his grandfather, and their entire village with a lifetime of Christmas cheer. The "For Creative Minds" section contains instructions to create a bird-friendly backyard, simple bird feeder crafts, a "Cardinal Numbers" math game, and information on what to do if you find an injured bird. Encourages children to care for animals.
From Chinese New Year to the Fourth of July, readers will learn about various holidays around the world and the activities that make them so much fun. The connection to language arts is made through important vocabulary words that help describe the customs of different cultures and the holidays that accompany these customs.
Mrs. Gumm finds a turkey egg and raises the poult for Thanksgiving dinner, but will her new friend become her dinner or a guest?
An imposter shows up for Groundhog Day and angers Puxatawny Phil.
"Birding is the best!" says Eggbert, the Super Birder. "The BLUES are the best!" chirps Sammi. Follow the travels of Eggbert, Sammi, and all the BLUES as they discover an amazing variety of birds across America - from the eagle in Alaska, to the woodpecker in Michigan, to the mockingbird in Georgia. Read their fascinating journals and Eggbert's birding tips. This book, the first in a series, is not just an imaginative travelogue - it's also a young person's primer to birdwatching! Originally inspired by Louise's drawings combining realistic birds with caricature birds, the BLUES offer a delightful way to introduce young children to birds and birding.