Danny enjoys spending time outside with nature, his friends and his family. In the title from our newest nonfiction series In My Yard, Danny explores his yard, discovering other animals who call it their home too.
Danny sees a little raccoon in his yard. Danny is curious and follows the little raccoon to see where he goes.
A robin in Danny’s yard makes a nest, lays eggs, and begins a family. Read along to learn about robins.
Dad finds a homemade sign on the front door from Amy, a girl in the neighborhood, saying that her dog, Spot, is lost. Danny and Norman decide to become canine detectives and use their noses to search for Spot.
Meet Fish. He lives in a fish bowl and eats fish food. He has a friend, Danny, who peeks in on Fish… and Fish peeks back.
Dad tells a bedtime story about when Danny was very little.
Danny and Abby take turns being the doctor and nurse when they play hospital with Bee.
There’s something new in Fish’s bowl. It is a treasure chest filled with gold that has Fish acting like a pirate.
Hurry, hurry, step right up! Danny wants everyone to see his Three Bowl Circus, featuring the one, the only… Fish, The Amazing.
Is Danny lost in the corn maze?
Danny has a toy basket for all of his toys. Sometimes he needs to clean up and put his toys away. Do all of his toys make it into the toy basket?
Danny has a new friend named Penny. Danny is a big dog, while Penny is a little dog … a little dog with a big personality.
Danny and Bee visit a honeybee yard with wooden honeybee houses.
Danny and his dog friends decide to have a race in the backyard to determine who is the fastest runner. Ready, set, go! Who will win?
Dad’s lunch mysteriously disappears when he and Danny go on a summer picnic.
Danny and Norman build a snowman that ends up missing his nose.
Danny, Norman and Bee are invited to a superhero party. Which superhero will Norman be for the party?
Danny and Norman are sitting on the deck when something happens to Norman’s loose tooth.
Learn about elephant characteristics, as well as, the difference between African and Asian Elephants.
Find out more about the physical adaptations that make the tallest animal at the zoo unique.
Danny and Bee take a walk through the summertime woods. The big green summertime leaves provide cool shade for the busy insects they find in and around the woods.
Danny and Bee take a walk through the winter woods. Everywhere they look, the bare trees and blanket of white snow show signs of the animals and plants waiting for warmer weather.
Danny learns what it means for something to be alive or not alive. Watch as he goes through his house and around his yard determining which things are alive and which things are not.
Danny learns about different kinds of apples and shares what he learns.
As Danny reluctantly waits to get his hair trimmed, he watches a fidgety little dog get a haircut.