Tex and Indi attend their class picnic, and enter into the three-legged race. Tex has to leave his cookies for later, but when he returns the ants are having a picnic of their own.
This poem describes peeling and eating an orange.
A child enjoys a rainy day.
Krystal discovers why a snail is taking so long to cross the sidewalk.
The sound of raindrops on Jarrett's umbrella reminds Mom to make a special snack.
Bert Beth and Grandpa make a pumpkin pie to share with friends at their pumpkin party.
A little girl wants the loud wind to sing her a soft song. But when the flowers bloom Mr. Wind goes away.
The clouds in the sky resemble white sheep blowing in the wind.
Max is grumpy because he can't find any flowers for Mrs. Mole. Felix and Harriet help him make a leaf bouquet instead. Mrs. Mole invites them in for hot cocoa and a story.
A poem about rabbits and their shadows in the moonlight.
A poem about the beauty of a summer sunflower.
A child looks at the beautiful snow outside his window and watches a little sparrow eat the seeds he's spread.
It's hot, and the kids want to play in their pool. But there's not enough water to fill it up until a rainstorm comes to help.
A fun rhyming story about ducks and how they eat in nature.
Sara's outdoor flowerpot has an Easter surprise.
Kari and her mom go on a hike in the woods. They watch a deer leaping through a clearing and settle down for a picnic lunch as a deer has a picnic of her own. Readers will see both Spanish and English phrases in this story.
Grandpa and Chelsea take care of their garden together, and Chelsea learns how to tell when the carrots are ready.
Jack and Isabella search for Pokey the desert tortoise that lives near their house.
A crocus sprouts through the snow as the first sign of spring.
A poem about all the beautiful signs of fall.
Dad and José plant a pattern of colored flowers in the garden and then water them.
Kyle's birthday present turns into a delicious part of Thanksgiving dinner.
Tina and Grandma take a walk in the snow and try to guess which prints belong to which animal.
Hiki--ghost crabs--have made nests all over everyone's gardens. Can Kimo find a way to make the crabs leave?
The twins sprout bean seeds in their kindergarten classroom. After planting their seeds in pots, seedlings appeared, just in time to take them home for a special Mother's Day gift.