The House that Jack Built opens a new avenue for 4-6 year old non-fiction. The text is written in simple rhyme and follows the (sing-song) rhythm of the original (Mother Goose) rhyme.
The love of a mother is a truly remarkable thing - in both humans an animals. It gives and forgives, directs and protects, and puts the heart in a home. In rhyming verse, this book captures the many special qualities of motherlove.
Take a trip to the Arctic with Baby Beluga. Pre-readers and beginning readers meet the adorable and playful baby beluga whale. The questions that kids will have for the baby beluga are answered simply and clearly by the baby whale himself. Young learners discover that baby belugas stay close to their mothers and live in large pods, they eat shrimp and fish and other sea creatures, and they can make many sounds like chirps, moos, whistles, and more. Hello, Baby Beluga is perfect for reading aloud at story hour and bed time. Patricia Wynne illustrates baby beluga's icy blue north Atlantic home and lets children get up close to these fascinating and friendly creatures.
A little girl is happy to go on a walk with Grandma, but Grandma is a such a slowpoke! She stops to listen and point out the different creatures they see, sharing her knowledge with her grandchild. At the river, it is the little girl who spots a little muskrat Grandma didn’t see. Grandma Is a Slowpoke is a simple story that delivers a joyous message about how much fun it can be if we take time to be present with the world around us. The story encourages children to observe nature. Michele Coxon’s beautiful fine color brush brings life to the creatures on each page and makes the animals so endearing.
It's springtime! Rabbit is inspired by a daffodil, and throws a party. Discover why there's bubbly foam on plants and evergreen trees in the spring. Mandy and Ben play outside and enjoy the beautiful spring weather. Sarah looks for a new spring coat. A frog sits near the meadow on a busy spring morning. Stories by Highlights for Children, Beverly J. Letchworth, Marianne Mitchell, Clara Gillow Clark, and Marilyn Kratz.
Here is a unique blend of love song and natural fact, celebrating the care that exists between the parents and offspring of many species. Baby mountain goat is guided up high cliffs. Baby beaver learns to build well. Baby bat is held in mother's protective embrace, upside-down. And YOUR baby, too, will feel the comfort and delight of nature's wonders. Here is a "sweet dream bedtime" book for nature lovers of all generations!
A Camila la castora le encantaría ser buena para algo. Su hermano Carlos, es un experto en reparar la madriguera con lodo y ramitas. Su hermana Carolina, es una espléndida nadadora y gimnasta bajo el agua. ¿Qué es lo que Camila sabe hace mejor? Un día, ella se fuga nadando por el arroyo y encuentra algunas plantas riquísimas para comer y árboles para roer. Cuando sus hermanos salen a buscarla, ¡todos los tres pequeños castores terminan atrapados! Toma un poco de simple ingeniería de parte de los humanos que pusieron las trampas, y el descubrimiento de los talentos especiales de Camila para que las personas y los castores finalmente encuentren una manera de vivir en armonía