Readers will use clues about an animal's physical traits to predict what the animal is.
Readers will follow an imaginative young boy through normal activities - with a stellar twist!
Everyone has a suggestion for poor Moose. Will he ever lose his loose tooth?
Three baby birds envy the flying objects they see in the sky.
Horses come in many different colors. Dynamic illustrations will help readers explore them all.
Silly illustrations and rhyming phrases depict the various ways animals can move.
Readers will follow Louise as she does her favorite things, and predict what is making her sneeze.
Domestic and wild cats may be different, but they have a lot in common.
How many birds can you find? Practice counting and colors with rich photos of birds.
“Wash Your Hands” is perfect for teaching young learners the importance of washing their hands. Children are encouraged to lather up and wash their hands for about the time it takes to sing the ABC Song. What a great way to reinforce this important healthy habit!
Dad's birthday cake is on the table. Danny loves cake. See how Danny uses all five of his senses when celebrating Dad's birthday.
Danny and Bee play in a bathtub, and learn which toys sink and which toys float.
Baby Elephant may be small, but he can do many things with his trunk.
Read through this book to watch what grows in a garden environment.
The polar bear is known by many names in different languages—White Bear, Ice Bear, Sea Bear. It is Sailor of the Icebergs, Whale’s Curse, Seal’s Dread. It is the animal deserving of great respect, the Ever-wandering One, the Master of Helping Spirits, Grandfather, or God’s Dog. Whatever its name, what is certain is that this majestic, Arctic animal is threatened by extinction and in need of human protection before it disappears from our world forever.
Taking a bath has never looked like more fun as little ones follow simple directions as the adorable characters wash from head to toe. This fun story encourages learning and introduces children to important early literacy skills.
There are so many different types of weather: sunny, cloudy, rainy, snowy and more! Which one is your favorite and what activities do you like to do? From sledding when it’s snowing to having a picnic on a cloudy day, young learners will enjoy the repetitive text and adorable illustrations. The perfect book for the aspiring meteorologist. Learn simple Spanish words and phrases with the corresponding version ¿Cómo Está El Tiempo Hoy?
Help baby learn the special sounds and actions of different zoo animals with this adorably-illustrated book. Black and white art and bursts of color will capture baby’s attention with large, simple pictures that encourage learning.
Children will learn colors and color words with rhyming text and realistic photographs! “I’ve learned my colors: green, red, and blue, yellow, purple, orange, and now I’m through.” From shiny red apples, to purple violets and yellow bumblebees, the high-quality pictures will have children learning colors quickly. Learn simple Spanish words and phrases with the corresponding version Verde, Verde La Ranita.
Children love to visit the zoo to see all of the animals. Now children can walk through the zoo and count from one to ten with lions, monkeys, elephants, kangaroos and more! Young readers will recognize word patterns and find it easy to read along with this vibrantly-illustrated book. And, aspiring mathematicians will count from one to ten and start to recognize number words, too! Learn simple Spanish words and phrases with the corresponding version En El Zoológico.
Listen to the story! Read the story! Sing the Story! “Huge Machines,” includes the Read-along version of the story follow ed by the same story sung in an adorable song.Children will learn about all of the different machines that farmers use each day! “Trucks, tractors, forklifts, and bulldozers, too. Any huge machine, I like. How about you?” Young readers will be amazed by what trucks, tractors, forklifts and other huge machines can do in this brightly-illustrated rhyming book! “Huge Machines” is a great book to reinforce early literacy skills.
Recipient of the 2019 Eureka! Honors Award Winner -Best of 2019 Kids Books - Most Inspiring Category As a boy, Jadav Payeng was distressed by the destruction deforestation and erosion was causing on his island home in India's Brahmaputra River. So he began planting trees. What began as a small thicket of bamboo, grew over the years into 1,300 acre forest filled with native plants and animals. The Boy Who Grew a Forest tells the inspiring true story of Payeng--and reminds us all of the difference a single person with a big idea can make.
2020 American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Book Award, Long-list Dragonflies are some the world's most beautiful (and fascinating!) insects. And one many children can find right in their backyards! With a simple story, perfect for read-alouds, and colorful illustrations, this scientific look at a dragonfly's life-cycle will captivate little entomologists. Informative sidebars are included that let children learn even more about these amazing insects.
When a family spends a day at the beach, the children investigate various footprints to see what type of creatures live along the shoreline. Rhyming text turns a sandy beach into an outdoor classroom. The tracks and habits of local wildlife, including hopping sandpipers, scuttling crabs, and burrowing turtles, are identified and explained for young ecology detectives. Even Daddy's feet make an appearance! And at day's end, it's time for tired feet to make their way home. STEM-based back matter includes information on how clues like footprints can identify the type of wildlife inhabiting any given habitat.
It's springtime and Badger is ready to plant the perfect garden. He has spent months gathering and sorting seeds. It's been a lot of work but it's worth it. His friends Red Squirrel, Dormouse, and Weasel come to help. They weed. They rake. And finally they plant. Afterward, everyone celebrates, and Badger can already imagine the perfect rows of flowers and vegetables. But then a rainstorm comes and washes away the beautiful seeds. Badger's perfect garden is ruined. Or is it?