Animals live in many kinds of habitats, located in different parts of the world. This book compares and contrasts these habitats and encourages students to learn how animals have adapted to where they live. Using cause-and-effect vocabulary, the book also explains why many animals are endangered and the reasons their lives are at risk. Students are asked to map the locations of different animal habitats and to come up with their own suggestions on how people can help threatened animals.
Nicholas hides a pumpkin and gets a surprise the following year.
Only Owl knows why Goose will be flying north.
Tyler struggles with a rabbit infestation in his garden.
Two boys use marmalade to lure a skunk safely out of the house.
This young girl helps free a bird that got caught in a store.
Little Bunny sees the leaves fall and decides it's time to celebrate Autumn.
Little Bunny is flexible when his first day of spring doesn't work out quite as he planned.
A poem about the beauty of the summer sky.
Little Bunny and his cousin Fluffy get ready for the first day of winter, but when they wake up in the morning, there is no snow!
Robin builds herself a new nest that's just right for her.
This counting story highlights objects found around the lake during a canoe ride.
In this take on 'The Tortoise and the Hare', Hummingbird and Heron race to see who gets to eat fish from the river and who has to eat something else.
This Ojibwa folk tale describes the musical sounds of rain and thunder.
Vegetables are beautiful to look at and delicious to eat.
A child learns how her favorite treat is made.
A poem about getting close to a wild rabbit.
A story describing the different sounds shoes make against the ground in spring summer fall and winter.
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.