Snuggle close and enjoy this rhyming story about mommy animals gently tucking their babies into bed.Mama Cat, Raccoon, Cow, Mouse, Horse, and Bird, each say “good night” to their babies in a different, caring way. Young readers will be captivated by the comforting story and reassuring illustrations. This book is the perfect way to end a busy day.
Feeling quite ordinary, a plain gray moth sadly compares itself to its more exotic kin, such as the Luna Moth, the Spider Moth, and the Hummingbird Moth. And the little moth feels even worse when a young girl sees it and says "Eww!" But things change when her brother explains that this particular type of moth is his favorite kind of insect. Maybe an ordinary moth is really extraordinary after all. Back matter includes fascinating moth facts, along with a special activity.
Explores the similarities between llamas and alpacas, and how to tell them apart. Discover how traits like face shape, temperament, and wool texture can be used to identify these South American farm animals. Additional features include a side-by-side comparison of the animals, an activity encouraging readers to demonstrate their knowledge, a phonetic glossary, sources for further reading, an introduction to the author, and an index.
Engage readers with stories of animals in summer. Readers are introduced to multiple different animals in summer, which are enjoying the flowers and fruits of the season and adjusting to the warmer weather. Additional features include a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, an index, an introduction to the author, and sources for further research. A kid-friendly project inspires creativity and hands-on fun.
Gives readers an up-close look at the serious threats facing chimpanzees and the ways in which the animals are adapting. Includes a concise overview of the species, a table of contents, questions to spark critical thinking, a selected bibliography, sources to guide further research, a phonetic glossary, an index, and an introduction to the author.
Poodles are a very popular breed of dog. Through the use of detailed illustrations, photographs, and text, this book gives children advice on how to care for these attractive and friendly dogs. Poodles fully explains training and grooming requirements specific to this breed. Children will also learn about the temperament of the breed, how to groom a poodle properly, and how much exercise a poodle needs.
Although guinea pigs are roly-poly, they aren't actually pigs! These cute rodents make great pets for children who like to interact with animals. The full-color photographs, clear illustrations, and easy-to-understand text in Guinea Pigs explain all the breeds available, preparing a comfortable home, play-time tips, grooming fur and teeth, the sounds guinea pigs make, and when to visit a veterinarian.
Gerbils may be small, but they're very active! In Gerbils readers will discover the many responsibilities and delights of having a pet gerbil. They will learn about the different kinds of gerbils, what gerbils should eat, creating a great cage, grooming for healthy gerbils, proper handling, and caring for multiple gerbils.
Red pandas waddle when they walk and love to sleep. Read more about red pandas at the zoo.
All tortoises are turtles, but not all turtles are tortoises. Read to learn more about tortoises at the zoo.
Lions have a very loud roar that can be heard from many miles away. Learn about lions at the zoo.
Cheetahs are so fast. The cheetah is the fastest animal at the zoo. Read more about cheetahs at the zoo.
Polar bears are big bears with white fur. Unlike other bears, polar bears do not truly hibernate. Read more about polar bears at the zoo.
The tigers' orange, black and white pattern of fur help them blend into the forest. Read more about tigers at the zoo.
Discover some of the fascinating kinds of birds that make their homes around the pond.
Danny has a special friend named Heather. Danny and Heather like to share toys, snacks, and secrets when they play together.
Baby Elephant wanders off while chasing a butterfly. How will Mother Elephant find him?
The river bed has dried up and Baby Elephant is hot and thirsty. Where will he find a drink?
Flamingos are pink birds who like to stand on one leg. Although 4-5 feet tall, adult flamingos only weigh 4-5 pounds. Read more about flamingos at the zoo.
Brown bears are some of the biggest bears at the zoo. Read about brown bears, including how big they get, what they like to eat, and how they move.
Honk! Honk! Find out how Canada Geese rely on the pond to survive.
¿Puede Kanchil, el pequeño ciervo ratón, engañar a los cocodrilos de dientes gigantes?
Where does honey come from? Bees! Discover what happens inside a bee hive, watch beekeepers gather and process honey, make a yummy recipe using honey, and do a craft project that explores what honeycombs look like.
Repetitive text and rich illustrations will help readers build fluency and recognize action words as they take a trip around the zoo.
Zamboni, the curious guinea pig, makes quite a splash when he secretly accompanies Billy to school.