Introduces simple rules to make the kitchen a safer place
This book illustrates how the sun demonstrates its power.
Shows how water demonstrates its power
Two kids explain how to make a piñata out of flour, water, newspaper, and a balloon.
Examines how bees make honey and how it gets from the hive to our homes
Trucks move goods from fields and factories to stores and homes.
Simple text and ample visual support show how cotton is grown, harvested, and turned into yarn to make clothing.
This book looks at how Thomas Edison's inventions affect our lives today.
Teaches how the connections between family members can be mapped on a tree
Explains where chocolate comes from and how it is made
Explains how potatoes are grown and harvested
Looks at some of the animals that make their home in a tide pool
Examines the ways that harbors are modified to make them safer for boats
People came to America for many reasons, including to escape famine or danger or to find jobs. This book discusses immigration to the United States in the 1800s.
Looks at life in this island state
Considers what leaders do and looks at examples of leaders in our lives
Most of the ocean animals we know live in the highest zone, or level, of the ocean. This book explores some of the very interesting animals that live in the other zones.
Introduces the water cycle by looking at what happens to puddles
Shows how astronauts live in the space station
Discusses the thing you need to be healthy
Looks at a variety of tools that scientists use to do their job
Considers the differences and similarities among the different types of vertibrates
Examines the life cycle of a frog and how it transforms from a tadpole to a frog
Considers the way magnets are used in everyday life
Considers how animals use camouflage to stay safe
Shows how everyday items look very different under an electron microscopes
Looks how instruments use vibrations to make music
Introduces the seven continents and the animals that live on these landmasses
Discusses why many cities are located near bodies of water
This book shows how to use photographs, newspapers, and books to learn about the past.
This books explains the differences between several kinds of maps, including political and physical maps.
Looks at what people consider when buying a new car
This book explains how a sheep's wool coat becomes a material used to make clothing
Discusses portable devices that are commonly used
Looks at what people consider when searching for a new place
Follows the Mississippi River from it's source in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico
Considers why people in various jobs drive different types of vehicles.
Examines a cat's unique features that help it survive
Cactuses are special plants that can live in deserts. Learn about how they collect water in thick stems and protect themselves with sharp spines.
Looks at how fossils are formed and how scientists use them
Explains how the various parts of a bicycle work together to make it move
Shows how large machines are used to build a skyscraper
Introduces the concept of a siphon by cleaning a fish tank
Introduces adaptations that allow some animals to climb vertical surfaces
Looks at the various ways that spiders use and depend on the silk they spin
Explores the four levels of a rain forest and the animals that inhabit them.
Introduces different types of rocks and how they are used
This book looks at erosion and how it can be prevented.
This book explains the process of water evaporation in three everyday situations in which heat changes water from a liquid to a vapor.
Shows how corn is grown and considers its many uses
Explains how florists get the flowers they sell.
Simple text discusses the reasons for celebrating the major U.S. holidays, including Memorial Day and Thanksgiving.
Shows all the people and steps involved in making ice cream
Examines the life of a commercial fisherman
This book looks at how volcanoes form and why they erupt.
This book provides map reading experiences and shows how physical features appear on a map.
This book introduces more famous landmarks in the United States.
Learn about some of the beautiful natural landmarks of the United States, including the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone Park. Maps help to geographically orient students.
Looks at the plants and animals that live along the banks of the Mississippi River
This book teaches the concept and importance of a map key.
Compares life in a suburban environment to life in an urban area
This book follows water from the faucet to rainwater falling into a river. A spread illustrates the whole cycle in a clear diagram.
Compares sea and land animals
Illustrates how an insect uses camouflage to stay safe
Discusses how amusement park rides work
Looks at a variety of people who live and work in the Rocky Mountains
This book explains how water can change from a solid to liquid or gas.
Introduces concepts and terminology regarding magnetism
Old and new photographs, along with simple text, show how and why a town has grown and changed over the years.
Reveals how a car wash cleans a car
Shows the life cycle of a peanut and how they are used
Considers how soil is made and how plants, animals and people depend on it
This book reveals how a dry bed becomes a lake during a desert storm. Learn about the adaptations that desert plants and animals have developed in order to survive their parched landscape.
This book is about the power of wind, how wind shapes trees, scatters seeds, and shapes sand dunes.
Simple text explains the life cycle of the tomato from seed to harvest and discusses the versatile tomato's many uses.
Introduces habitats and creatures at varying altitudes
Examines the items you need to take with you on a camping trip
Teaches how and why tunnels are useful
This book examines how a bean plant grows and changes once a seed is planted.