Rivers make beautiful music - from the trickle of snowmelt to the burble of a full-flowing stream. Here the famed children's musical ensemble, the Banana Slug String Band, celebrates rivers as a fascinating, ever-changing source of life and joy. The attached CD includes their vibrant rendition of "River Song."
Los pandas se salvan de un terremoto es una historia de ficción basada en un suceso de la vida real. En la vida real, XiXi, un panda gigante se escapó de La Reserva Natural para Pandas en Wolong destruída cuando el terremoto de 7.9 estremeció el Norte de China el 12 de mayo del 2008. La autora Phyllis Perry utiliza las aventuras de ficción de una mamá panda, LiLing, y su cachorro de un año, Tengfei, para enseñarles a los niños acerca de los terremotos, la supervivencia animal, y el refuerzo del instinto maternal para proteger a su bebé. Después del terremoto, la madre y el cachorro corrieron lejos de las ruinas. Confundidos y asustados, ¡ellos se pierden! ¿Cómo sobrevivirán fuera de su reserva animal? ¿Encontrarán comida? ¿Encontrarán un lugar donde refugiarse? ¿Y sobrevivirán a las réplicas?
Cozy up for a rainy day read and explore the prairie ecosystem through its ever-changing weather. Each month features a storm typical of that season and a prairie animal who must shelter, hide, escape, or endure those storms. Told in lyrical prose, this story is a celebration of the grasslands that dominate the center of American lands and the animals that live there.
From the trickle of snowmelt to the roar of the ocean, River Song celebrates rivers as a fascinating, ever-changing source of life and joy. It also introduces the young reader to vocabulary such as eddy, riffle and meander, and tells about some of the plants, animals, and insects that depend on the river.The author is not only an award-winning environmental educator and river guide, but also member of the famed Banana Slug String Band.
Explains how dall sheep live and grow; discusses their migration, its purpose, and its route; and lists threats dall sheep may face on their migration.
From the first light of dawn until the sun sets at night, the savanna is alive with noise. A lion roars in the early morning, a young baboon shrieks at noon, and a young mouse squeals at dusk. What are the animals saying and why? Animals communicate in many ways; explore the thriving African savanna as its inhabitants talk to one another throughout the course of a day
From slowing wildfires to planting seeds, one animal is the true superhero that keeps the African savanna in balance. Elephants dig to find salt that other animal lick, their deep footprints collect water for small creatures to drink, and they eat young trees to keep the forest from overtaking the grasslands. In every season, the elephants are there to protect the savanna and its residents but what would happen if the elephants were only once upon a time? Read along to discover the important role this keystone species plays in the savanna and explore what would happen if the elephants vanished.