We live in a water-filled world. Water is all around us, and even inside us! In My Earth and Space Science Library: A World of Water, you'll learn more about Earth's bodies of water and how water flows through the water cycle.
Earth is constantly changing. Some of these changes happen in the blink of an eye. Some take place over millions of years. In My Earth and Space Science Library: Changes on Earth, you'll learn more about the fast and slow changes happening all around us.
The land on Earth can be high, low, bumpy, flat, and everything in between. In My Earth and Space Science Library: Land Tour, you'll learn all about the landforms that cover Earth's surface and the forces that create them.
New buds sprout. Leaves turn green. Leaves turn gold. Snowflakes fall. Why do seasons change? Hint: It's all about the sun! In My Earth and Space Science Library: Seasons and the Sun, you'll learn about the different seasons and how Earth’s tilt toward the sun causes the seasons to change.
What's the weather like today? What's the weather like throughout the year? In My Earth and Space Science Library: Watching the Weather, you'll learn about types of weather in places all over planet Earth, including common and severe weather events, and the difference between weather and climate.
This book explores how animals can protect and help each other in peculiar ways.
It’s a hot summer day. The children want to eat fruit that matches their favorite color. What fruit will each child choose? Paired to the nonfiction title Need It or Want It.
The boy and girl want to play in the snow. But, they can’t decide what to do. Will they be able to find something they both enjoy? Paired to the nonfiction title Where We Live.
Brody needs to rake the leaves but Rex keeps making a mess. Will Rex learn to stop or will Brody have to rake forever? Paired to the nonfiction title Leaves Fall.
How do you build a snowman? With some snow for a body and objects for a face, arms, and clothes. Paired to the nonfiction title What Is Snow?.
The students are making an album for their teacher. Look at all the exciting things they did in spring, summer, fall and winter. Paired to the nonfiction title What is a Season?.
A scientific look at the natural processes that create waterfalls, and where they are likely to form.
The students are making an album for their teacher. Look at all the exciting things they did in spring, summer, fall and winter.
Lawrence had big plans for Saturday. Doing nothing. It was going to be perfect but it was ruined when he had to tag along to volunteer with his sister for beach cleanup. He didn’t expect other kids his age or the adventure they were going to have. From the sandy beach to the tangled roots of the mangroves, Lawrence and his friends encounter a giant eyeball, a dinosaur, and treasure! Paired to the nonfiction title Marine Biologists.
When the boy goes out into his backyard, he pretends it is a jungle.
Onomtopeia and alliterative text along with colorful close-up photos of many different pets brings this book to life.
Young readers learn about various landforms through simple text and photos.
This book will show how animals such as the emperor penguin, the peacock, the African bullfrog, and the frigatebird use their colors, croaks, and tail feathers to find the perfect mate.
This book highlights the homes of animals such as a termite mound, a spider's web, a beaver dam, and many other homes built by animal builders
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.
Fun facts about the seasons of the year draw the reader in to this delightful book that includes weather related information.