Two worms who are best friends have fun together as they tunnel their way through a garden. Includes facts on how worms help plants grow.
Told in the first person, the narrator describes the ocean as she experiences it through her five senses.
You can find different kinds of patterns in the world around you. See where we found patterns!
Do you know how to make a paper clip dance? Read this book to find out!
Some storms bring powerful winds and rain. This book shows some amazing storms!
Animals can see, hear, touch, taste, and smell things too. Some animals can do these things much better than you!
Do you know where the water goes when a puddle dries up? Read this book to find the answer!
Sometimes the weather is rainy. The weather can be snowy, too. See what people do in all kinds of weather.
A dog's teeth are hard. His fur is soft. See some animals at the zoo that have hard and soft parts, too!
Do all plants live on land? Plants live in many different places. Read about where plants live
Solids, liquids, and gases are all around you! In this book, you'll see the states of matter at parties!
Many foods have the same color, but do they have the same taste?
Solids are all around. Solids can be made of many materials. Can you spot a solid?
Baby animals get bigger with their mothers' help. Soon they will be all grown up!
A powerful wind can be good or bad. Do you like the wind?
What kinds of animals live at a pond? Learn about this amazing habitat.
Everywhere you go, there are things to explore in nature. What do you think you'll see?
Plants grow in the garden. What plants grow from seeds?
What's the weather like today? Just look outside and see.
People can see many things at the seashore. What will we discover there today?
There are many nice things in Spring. What is your favorite part of Spring?
This delightful book teaches readers about the world of baby animals by identifying animals that share the same names. Adorable photos feature pups (baby dogs and foxes), cubs (baby wolves and bears), and kids (baby goats and human children).
Why are ravens black? Why do screech owl eyes look red in light? How did we get fire? You'll find the answers to those questions in this retelling of a Cherokee "pour quoi" folktale. The earth was cold and dark but the animals could see fire coming from the tree on the island. They tried to fly or swim to the island to bring back the fire heat and light. What happened to some of the animals? Which animal brought it back and how?
Sally is a slippery, slimy salamander. She brags about how fast she is, and how no one can catch her. One day, though, she almost gets eaten. Sally escapes, but she loses her tail. How embarrassing if her friends find out! Will Sally ever tell a tale again with her tail gone?
Sierra loves to play outside on sunny days so that she can play shadow tag. On a rainy day she sees a poor spider try over and over to climb up the water spout. She wishes it was sunny so the spider could have a shadow to help it climb the spout. In the end the sun comes out and Sierra discovers the spider had made it up the spout and is weaving its beautiful web.