Danny likes to eat apples. Danny learns about different kinds of apples and tries to pick a favorite.
Danny and Bee walk through the spring woods and see signs of new life everywhere.
Danny and Bee seek shelter from the summer sun by exploring the cool, shady woods.
Honk! Honk! Find out how Canada Geese rely on the pond to survive.
From small ant hills to tall mountains. Ants to elephants. Let’s discover what other big and small surprises nature has all around us.
Do you like sledding? Maybe you like making snow angels. Let's discover all the fun things to do in winter.
Do you like planting a garden? Maybe you like flying a kite. Let's discover all the fun things to do in spring.
The shape of the moon, the shapes of the stones all around. Let’s see what other shapes we can discover in nature.
Do you like to take long walks? Maybe you like digging in a garden or going to the park. Let’s discover all the fun things to do in summer.
Have you seen geese flying high? Maybe you like counting pumpkins in a field. Let's discover all the fun things to do in fall.
The number of points on a starfish or on a snowflake, the number of moons in the night sky. Let’s count how many surprises nature has all around us.
Sara picks many berries. What will she decide to do with them all? Readers will follow along through carefully leveled text and fun illustrations. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Strawberries.
Many people use pumpkins for fall decorating. But pumpkin is also delicious in soup, pasta, muffins, and of course pies! See how pumpkins grow, learn what is inside of pumpkins, make pumpkin soup, and create a pumpkin squirrel feeder activity.
From tiny seeds to yellow flowers to fluffy seed heads, follow every stage of the dandelion life cycle. Pairs with the fiction title Dandelions to Eat.
As the sun moves across the sky, a little boy joyfully watches the sunflowers follow the sun in this sweet illustrated story. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Sunflowers.
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.
Sunflowers are a cheerful addition to any bouquet. How do they grow? Emergent readers will follow the sunflower life cycle through carefully leveled text and full-color photos. Pairs with the fiction title Flowers in the Sun.
While Mom makes pumpkin soup, Ravi prepares the pumpkin seeds. Lively text and illustrations will draw in beginning readers. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Pumpkins.
A young boy notices the life in the forest as he waits for one special creature. Readers will enjoy predicting the final animal to make an appearance.
Have you ever seen an apple blossom? Carefully leveled text and engaging photos show emergent readers what apples look like while they are growing in an orchard. Pairs with the fiction title Baking Apples.
Did you know that if you pick a green strawberry, it will never ripen and turn red? Visit a berry farm to see how strawberries grow. Then follow simple recipes to make Strawberry Smoothies and Chocolate Covered Fruit Pops.
Do you like sweet or tart apples? Visit a farm to discover how apples grow, what the different types of apples are, and how they taste. Make some delicious applesauce, and discover how to find the star inside every apple. Includes a recipe for applesauce and ideas for an apple tasting party.
What ingredients are needed to make a nourishing bean soup? Appealing text and illustrations will draw emergent readers into the story. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Beans.
Strawberries start as tiny seeds and grow into sweet, bright red fruit. Eye-catching photos and carefully leveled text show readers the strawberry life cycle. Pairs with the fiction title Sharing Berries.
In this charmingly illustrated story, a father and his daughter use fresh-picked apples to bake a delicious apple tart. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Apple Trees.