Drink it. Spill it. Splash it. Water is wet. But water changes as it warms up and cools down. This simple, colorful book teaches kids about the three forms of water.
This enlightening title introduces young readers to clean, green energy sources. Readers will learn how traditional energy sources are harmful to the environment. They will discover that energy can be generated from the Sun, wind, water, and other renewable sources. They will also pick up some practical energy-saving tips they can use in their everyday lives.
Help your child learn to read by looking at some different environments on land. This book is at a reading level of 1.3 with a word count of 50
Help you child learn to read by looking at different kinds of weather. This book is at a reading level of 1.3 with a word count of 50.
Help your child learn to read by looking at some of the different places that water can be found. This book is at a reading level of 1.3 with a word count of 54.
Sometimes the weather is rainy. The weather can be snowy, too. See what people do in all kinds of weather.
Do you know where the water goes when a puddle dries up? Read this book to find the answer!