Hide and seek is not a game in the ocean. Ocean animals hide from predators and seek prey to eat.
Let's Hear It for Ears Small Book
Shows vehicles you will encounter on the road.
Compares life in a suburban environment to life in an urban area
Most of the food we eat comes from farms. Using strong picture support, this text explains how a farm produces each of the foods in a little boy's lunch: milk from cows and bread from wheat.
Explains how florists get the flowers they sell.
Introduces the terminology of various landforms found on the earth
This book explains the process of water evaporation in three everyday situations in which heat changes water from a liquid to a vapor.
Simple text discusses the reasons for celebrating the major U.S. holidays, including Memorial Day and Thanksgiving.
Simple text describes a day visiting San Francisco: Take a plane into the city, ride the cable cars, go to the wharf, shop the gift shops, and enjoy the lights.
Giving thanks for the crops is important in many cultures. Learn about how people celebrate harvest festivals all over the world.
Many animals leave marks in the wet sand with their bodies, flippers, and tails.
Considers how animals use camouflage to stay safe
Shows why listening is an important skill
Looks how instruments use vibrations to make music
People in a city come and go, and you see people that you may never meet. This picture book version of Lois Lenski's poem celebrates the many people who live in cities.
A truck brings fruit and vegetables to the farmer's market, and people buy the fresh produce.
In this New Mexico folktale, a little ant who tricks the mighty wind into helping her when she is stranded by a storm.
Louis (just call him Lou) is looking for something to do. For a whole week, he asks different family members to come and spend the day with him, but they are too busy. But they have a birthday surprise for Lou!