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.
Spring is in the air—and in the trees! Spring is here, and with the new season come trees full of life, color. . .and blossoms! From the creators of Leaf Jumpers and Winter Trees, Spring Blossoms introduces readers to a variety of different flowering trees. During a stroll through the forest, two children come across the small and white flowers on a crab apple tree, the rich, red buds on a red maple, and many more. Along the way, readers learn that some trees have both male and female flowers—each with a distinctive appearance. Back matter includes extended botanical facts and more information about trees and their life cycles.Told in lyrical rhymes with beautiful linoleum-cut illustrations, Spring Blossoms offers a unique blend of science, poetry, and art studies.
This musical mission to Mars will have young astronauts talking--and singing--about the science of space travel. Explore the science behind a trip to Mars, from launch to landing on the Red Planet. Set to the tune of "The Farmer in the Dell," this jaunty journey follows five adorable, bobble-headed astronauts as they learn how to bathe in zero gravity, grow veggies in space, and entertain themselves on the six-month trip. Even the design of the book defies gravity, as text and art float free on the page, encouraging readers to turn the book sideways and upside-down. An interactive, innovative approach to interstellar fun
Did you know Band-Aids were invented by accident?! And that they weren't mass-produced until the Boy Scouts gave their seal of approval? 1920s cotton buyer Earle Dickson worked for Johnson & Johnson and had a klutzy wife who often cut herself. The son of a doctor, Earle set out to create an easier way for her to bandage her injuries. Band-Aids were born, but Earle's bosses at the pharmaceutical giant weren't convinced, and it wasn't until the Boy Scouts of America tested Earle's prototype that this ubiquitous household staple was made available to the public. Soon Band-Aids were selling like hotcakes, and the rest is boo-boo history.
Elephants never forget. During a drought in Tanzania, Grandma Elephant is in search of water for her herd. Little Calf follows along and mimics her grandmother at each stop on their journey. When Grandma leads them to a watering hole she recalls from before, the elephants are overjoyed and Little Calf splashes about with her tender leader. Grandma's persistence and powerful memory is something Little Calf will never forget. Based on true events. Sandra Markle’s acclaimed nonfiction writing takes on a more lyrical style alongside Fabricio VandenBroeck’s gorgeous illustrations making this story of animal behavior accessible for younger readers. Back matter includes further information about the phenomenon of a herd of elephants that survived a drought, as well as fascinating elephant facts.
Readers who loved Lola at the Library, Lola Loves Stories, and Lola Reads to Leo are in for a backyard treat. After Lola reads a book of garden poems, she wants to plant some flowers. She gets books from the library and chooses her plants. Then Lola and her mommy buy the seeds, make the garden, and mark the rows. Now it's time to wait...
En cuanto el sol empieza a ponerse, los animales del rtico se preparan para el oscuro y fro invierno. Tuktuk, el lemino, est casi listo para pasar la larga noche invernaltodo lo que l necesita es pelaje caliente para revestir su nido. Cuando una bota kamik afelpada resbala fuera del trineo de un conductor Inuit, TukTuk est de suerte! Pero, mientras la arrastra hacia su hogar, Putak el oso polar, Aput la zorra del rtico, y Masak la Carib obvservan el premio de este pequeo lemino y se lo quieren quitar. Podr Tuktuk ser ms inteligente que los otros animales y convencerlos que una bota kamik afelpada no es buena para nign animal que sea ms grande que un lemino?
Reaching speeds of up to 12 miles per hour, mambas are considered the world's fastest snakes. Readers will see what mambas look like, where they call home, and why they are one of the deadliest snakes in the world. Blastoff! Series
Readers of this book follow the delivery truck as it collects fish from the seashore. Illustrations and snappy dialog moves the story alone.
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 rainforests, covering their climate, plant and animal life, and such defining features as their tall trees.
A kindergarten-level introduction to worms, covering their growth process, behaviors, the ground they call home, and such defining features as their bands.
Imaginative creatures present all the colors of the rainbow, identify primary colors, and illustrate how three colors can make countless others in this one-of-a-kind introduction.
Within the pages of this wordless title, an inventive mouse that is inspired by birds and aircraft shows creativity in turning a sheet of paper into a flying pinwheel.
Learn the colors of the rainbow through the lyrical rhyming text.
Coral snakes have bright colors to warn predators that they are poisonous. Young learners will find out how these small snakes look, where they live, and how they hide from predators and sneak up on prey. Blastoff! Series
Students Will Learn How Plants Are Becoming Endangered Or Even Extinct Due To Changes In Climate, Deforestation To Build New Homes, Or By Invasive Plant Species That Are Brought From Other Places. How Plants Make Adaptations To Survive Their Ever Changing Habitats Is Also Discussed.
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.
Jeffery quiere Saturno para su cumpleaÃ±os y quiereâ€” todas las 47 lunas. DespuÃ©s de todo Â¡estas podrÃan ser luces fantÃ¡sticas para la noche! Pero Ã©l no es egoÃsta; Ã©l compartirÃ¡ los anillos con algunos de sus amigos de la escuela y su profesora, la Srta. Cassini. Los hechos reales acerca de Saturno estÃ¡n entrelazados inadvertidamente en esta historia divertida en la que Geraldo explica lo que Ã©l harÃ¡ en el presente y como Ã©l lo cuidarÃ¡. SerÃ¡ mejor que su papÃ¡ se apresure con la orden porque el pedido puede que tome un tiempo largo.
Â¿QuÃ© es precisamente lo que hace un loro todo el dÃa? Ãšnase a la diversiÃ³n mientras los niÃ±os se imaginan cÃ³mo serÃa la vida de un loro como mascota. Juntos, los niÃ±os y los loros, se treparÃan en toda la casa, sobre los muebles y en las cortinas con las patas de un loro de cuatro dedos, y despuÃ©s masticarÃan las cucharas de madera, los palos de las paletas, e incluso un directorio telefÃ³nico con sus picos de gancho. La diversiÃ³n continua comiendo verduras deliciosas como el brÃ³coli, hablando, tomando un baÃ±o, y finalmente acurrucÃ¡ndose para dormir.
A fun and informative book about keeping your body clean and germ free. Great photos and illustrations.
Explores The Seven Continents And How The Earth's Plates Are Always Moving And Changing The Continents.
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.
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.