About Amphibians (PB)
Looks at how sound travels, vibrates and changes in volume and pitch
The Very Quiet Cricket
Once upon a sunny day, the sky clouded over and the rain came down. The chickens squawked, the dog barked, the baby cried, the traffic snarled, the groceries fell, the people bickered and still, the rain came down.
Discusses why many cities are located near bodies of water
All around the world, people eat bread, from tortillas to pita to sliced white. This book celebrates bread and everyone who works so hard to make it, from seed to supermarket. The rhythmic, bilingual text introduces readers to Spanish words through song.
A seed is like a little package. It has everything it needs to make a new plant. Colorful illustrations and entertaining text tell how tiny seeds grow into big, leafy plants.
As the news travels across the farm, the animals fear the worst. Who is this terrifying creature named Storm? Huddled in the barn, the animals anxiously wait for his arrival. But when the sky gets darker, growling fiercely and flashing bright lights, the animals are relieved. The sky must be trying to protect them by scaring away Storm! Young children will relish the ... more
Explores the importance of celebrating to people all over the world.
Shocked that her parents are cooking Chinese food to sell in the family store on this all-American holiday, a feisty Chinese-American girl tries to tell her mother and father how things really are. But as the parade passes by and fireworks light the sky, she learns a lesson of her own.
Introduces adaptations that allow some animals to climb vertical surfaces