Young readers will love learning about animals and their habitat with Protecting Grassland Animals. This book explores grasslands, the animals that live there like lions and livestock, and conservationists like Jack Hanna that work to protect animals. Bright, full-page photos of wildlife and easy-to-read text fill the pages of this fun title. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Applied to STEM Concepts of Learning Principles. Sandcastle is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.
Young readers will love learning about animals and their habitat with Protecting Rain Forest Animals. This book explores rain forests, the animals that live there like spiders and sloths, and conservationists like Jane Goodall that work to protect animals. Bright, full-page photos of wildlife and easy-to-read text fill the pages of this fun title. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Applied to STEM Concepts of Learning Principles. Sandcastle is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.
The hospital is an important place in our communities. Kids will learn about why hospitals are needed, who works there, and what kinds of things happen there. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids is a division of ABDO. Translated by native Spanish speakers--and immersion school educators. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Junior is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO.
Readers will learn about Abraham Lincoln, how he died, and why a memorial was built in his honor. The title is complete with historical and modern images, bolded glossary terms, a More Facts page, and a picture glossary. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Translated by native Spanish speakers--and immersion school educators. Abdo Kids Junior is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO.
A child washing the dishes wonders where the water goes, and the story follows water drops as they travel to through the city sewer system, treatment plant, and back again. Includes "Recycle it Yourself" activity and further resources.
How windmills work to turn wind into electricity.
A child watching a garbage truck pick up the trash wonders where it goes, and the story follows two garbage bags as they travel to a transfer station and then to a landfill. Includes "Recycle it Yourself" activity and further resources.
A child tosses a plastic bottle in a recycling bin and the story follows that plastic bottle to through the process of recycling until it becomes a new bottle again. Includes "Recycle it Yourself" activity and further resources.
A child tosses old homework paper into a recycling bin and the story follows that paper through the process of recycling until it becomes usable paper again. Includes "Recycle it Yourself" activity and further resources.
Introduces the concept of energy, how we use it, and earth friendly ways kids can help conserve it and save the earth on a daily basis.
Introduces the concept of Earth’s water cycle, explains how we use Earth’s water, and offers ways kids can help conserve it.
Introduces ways to take care of Earth on a daily basis, such as recycling, planting trees, and caring for Earth’s animals.
Introduces the concept recycling and why it is beneficial for our Earth while offering fun ways to recycle and reuse at home and in the community.
Hawaiian locals and visitors always enjoy spotting endangered Hawaiian monk seals, but Honey Girl is an extra special case. She has raised seven pups, and scientists call her Super Mom. After Honey Girl is injured by a fishhook, she gets very sick. Scientists and veterinarians work to save Honey Girl so she can be released back to the ocean. This true story will have readers captivated to learn more about this endangered species.
¡También los niños pueden involucrarse en las ciencias! En esta colaboración entre la Dra. Ecologista Netti Bathala y Jennifer Keats Curtis, conoceremos a Lana y a su mamá. Cada verano, las dos son voluntarias para contar los cangrejos herradura que visitan su playa. Los lectores van a aprender datos muy valiosos acerca de esos animales antiguos y cómo pueden involucrarse en el esfuerzo para conservarlos.
Alexa y otros niños de su escuela en Costa Rica tienen un proyecto especial: ellos están criando cocodrilos americanos. Ella nombra a su cocodrilo “Jefe” porque parece que él está a cargo de los otros. Alexa le trae pollo y ranas para comer y escribe acerca de su progreso en su diario. Muy pronto, su pequeño crío está tan grande como una barra grande de pan. Se ha convertido en un cocodrilo joven y es tiempo de que Alexa le diga adiós y que Jefe regrese a la vida salvaje.
La gente de la región de Hawái y los visitantes siempre disfrutan cuando pueden ver a las focas monje de Hawái que, desafortunadamente, están en peligro de extinción pero, Honey Girl es un caso extra especial. Ella ha criado a siete cachorritos, y los científicos le llaman “La Super Mamá”. Después de que Honey Girl se enreda en un anzuelo, ella se pone muy enferma. Los científicos y los veterinarios trabajan para salvarla hasta que ella pueda ser devuelta a su playa. Esta historia verdadera tendrá a los lectores fascinados por aprender más acerca de estas especies en peligro de extinción.
Even kids can get involved in science! Ecologist Dr. Neeti Bathala and Jennifer Keats Curtis collaborate to bring us the story of these adventurous citizen scientists. Leena and her mom volunteer each summer to count the horseshoe crabs that visit their beach. With their dog Bobie at their sides, the duo spends a night on the shore surveying horseshoe crabs who have come to mate and lay eggs. Readers will learn valuable facts about these ancient animals and how they can get involved in the effort to conserve horseshoe crabs.
Jovita se está preparando para una noche fascinante: ¡es hora de contar murciélagos! Los murciélagos siempre han sido una bienvenida presencia durante los veranos en la granja de la familia. Pero, a través de los años, los números han disminuído ya que muchos de ellos, han contraído el síndrome de la naríz blanca en esa área. Jovita y su familia cuentan los murciélagos y envían los números a los científicos que los estudian para ver si la población de los murciélagos se puede recuperar. En una noche de verano, la familia se mueve muy sigilosamente sobre el terreno para observar el cielo y poder contar a los visitantes a su granja
Like humans, animals can get sick or hurt. People visit doctors. Pets see veterinarians. What happens to wild animals when they are injured, become ill, or are orphaned? Often, wildlife rehabilitators are called to their rescue. This photographic journal takes readers behind the scenes at four different wildlife rehabilitation centers. Fall in love with these backyard animals as they are nursed back to health and released back to the wild when possible. This is the first of a photographic series introducing the different ways and the many people who care for a wide variety of animals.
Alexa and the other children at her escuela in Costa Rica have a special project: they are raising American Crocodiles. She names her croc Jefe, which means "boss," because he seems to be in charge of all the other babies. Alexa brings him chicken and frogs to eat, and writes about his progress in her diary. Soon, her little hatchling is as big as a loaf of bread. He has grown into a juvenile and it is time for Alexa to say goodbye and for Jefe to return to the wild.
This book gives young readers some interesting food for thought! From eating local foods to packing litter-free lunches, readers will be empowered to reduce their personal food prints and make better, Earth-conscious choices about what they eat and drink.
Age-appropriate text and vibrant photographs describe environmentally conscious changes that can be made in the classroom and throughout the school. From tips to saving paper to environmentally-conscious crafts, this fact-filled book makes the grade!
This enlightening title introduces young readers to clean, green energy sources. Readers will learn how traditional energy sources are harmful to the environment. They will discover that energy can be generated from the Sun, wind, water, and other renewable sources. They will also pick up some practical energy-saving tips they can use in their everyday lives.
This informative title will inspire budding activists to go green in the garden! Accessible text and engaging photographs introduce composting and Earth-friendly gardening. Readers learn how to build a compost bin, what items to recycle in the bin, and how to use compost to start their own garden.