Hey, what’s that growing out of the top of my head? It’s my hair. Learn all about different kinds of hair and how people wear it. Everyone’s hair is different but everyone’s hair is special!
Hey, what are those things that help me to see? It’s my eyes. Learn all about different kinds of eyes and what they do. Everyone’s eyes are different but everyone’s eyes are special!
Come learn how to save water in your house. Telling your parents how to use less water will help out everyone. Paired to the nonfiction title Water All Around Us.
Hey, what’s that stuff that covers my bones? It’s my skin. Learn all about the different colors of skin and what it does. Everyone’s skin is different but everyone’s skin is special!
Hey, what are those things that help me chew? They are my teeth. Learn all about different shapes of teeth and what they help you do. Everyone’s teeth are different but everyone’s teeth are special!
Mrs. Murphy’s class is on a field trip. However, Tim and James keep fighting. Will they ever stop fighting? Paired to the nonfiction title I Dig Dinos.
The students are making an album for their teacher. Look at all the exciting things they did in spring, summer, fall and winter.
Just imagine - you are a young orca whale. Your special friends are two cousins and your 100 year-old great grandmother, the clan leader. You learn to play with them, face danger with them, hunt with them - and even go people-watching with them! Based on actual orca, or killer whale, research, this book combines science with the real story of how family, friendship, and a grandmother's love are helping this magnificent but endangered orca clan to survive.
A kindergarten-level introduction to wetlands, covering their climate, plant and animal life, and defining features.
A kindergarten-level introduction to sheep, covering their growth process, behaviors, the farms they call home, and such defining features as their woolly fleece.
A kindergarten-level introduction to worms, covering their growth process, behaviors, the ground they call home, and such defining features as their bands.
Detailed illustrations and simple text are paired within a board book format to introduce young readers to the sounds and relative speeds of six modes of transportation.
Praised by Jacques Cousteau, this book, illustrated and written by a16 year-old, is a classic introduction to the marine habitat. This 1994 alphabet and alliteration book continues to be a favorite of kids, parents, and teachers everywhere. It is truly an exceptional swim through an alphabet of sea creatures. Each page highlights a selected species with a full-color illustration and a paragraph of fascinating facts, surrounded by a frame full of extra creatures and vocabulary. It reaches a large age range because the large text is for young readers, while smaller text is for you or more advanced children. Kristin Joy Pratt (A Walk in the Rainforest) once again successfully inspires a generation of children about one of the most precious and fragile realms on Earth.
A young monster who takes her sister’s tablet computer without asking gets a lesson in online etiquette and appropriate use of electronics.
Lisa Campbell Ernst fastened onto the inspiring notion that "amazingness is going on around us every nanosecond of the day" and invites kids to marvel at things as close to home as - their own house! Learn about thermal heat and how there once was a Bureau of Missing Socks, the non-pig origins of piggy banks, and why dirt and oil are no match for soap. Discover the nifty amazingness all around us, and especially right where we live.
This arctic adaptation of "This is the House that Jack Built" follows polar bears, walruses, seals, narwhals and beluga whales as they chase each other around "the ice that floats in the Arctic waters." Not only is the rhythmic, cumulative prose good for early readers; it is a pure delight to read aloud. The "For Creative Minds" section helps children learn how these animals live in the cold, icy arctic region.
A girl named Jasmine teaches a younger student at her school everything she has learned about lungs and the respiratory system while researching them for her booth at her school’s Science Fair.
Ava teaches her younger brother Noah that the brain is like a computer, controlling the body through the spinal cord and the nerves.
Tim and insists on telling his sister Grace all about the digestive system while their father is sick with a stomachache.
A boy named Lucas has injured his calf muscle in PE class. Lucas and his classmate Mia discuss the body’s muscles.
After getting their heart rates up while on a bike ride, a boy named Rico teaches his younger sister Rosa about the heart.
Several turtles (and the narrator) teach a young girl the responsibility—and the joys—of caring for a pet turtle Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
A boy named Jack who has just broken his leg teaches his younger sister Lissa all the things he learned about bones while at the doctor's office getting his cast.
Several snakes (and the narrator) teach a young boy the responsibility—and the joys—of caring for a pet snake. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.
A mischievous guinea pig (and the narrator) teach a young boy the responsibility—and the joys—of caring for a pet guinea pig. Includes "Is this pet right for me?" quiz.