Introduces land features you might find on an island
Shows how to make a pom-pom.
A boy and his parents shop for a new puppy's needs
Shows how road signs help us find our way and stay safe
Big Books are designed for shared reading. Animals have interesting features, such as sticky tongues or horns that help them find food and protect themselves. This book points out characteristics shared by seemingly very different animals.
Identifies protective coverings of animals, including shells and spines.
Teaches how to find information on a calendar.
Introduces the terminology of various landforms found on the earth.
Simple text explains the life cycle of the tomato from seed to harvest and discusses the versatile tomato's many uses.
Explains how various parts of a bike work together to make it move
Only One Like This Big Book
Introduces habitats and creatures at varying altitudes
This book introduces famous physical landmarks in the United States.
Looking for Bear Big Book
Follows a man delivering flowers to various places in a city.
A lesson in simple subtraction is combined with the growth of plants. 10 seeds are planted but, thanks to one ant, one mouse, one pigeon and several other creatures, seeds go missing and plants get eaten, except one.
Shared-reading Big Books develop concepts, vocabulary, and an understanding of print. Books also feature a built-in picture dictionary.
Tells the story of how a dog grows and changes
Follows a child helping her father do chores around the house
Focuses on the tree as a habitat for many animals
Shows and labels activities a child might do during the day