Jenna laughs at her mother's silly suggestions for a pet, and then chooses a suitable animal - a fish.
A brother and sister help pick strawberries, make a pie, and are rewarded with a gift from Grandma.
Mr. Greg protects his garden from unwanted pests and does a good deed in the process.
A grandfather reminisces about life in his town in the past and present.
A crossing guard and community workers are the focus of this story with a funny ending.
A playful family - Ryan, Ben, Carmen, and Dad - measure themselves to see who is the tallest. They mark their heights on a chart.
The comparison of sizes will make readers think as they enjoy this simple story about survival in nature.
A sister uses her telescope to introduce her younger brother to the wonders of the night sky. They see stars, planets, the moon, and a meteor.
A class writes and illustrates a rhyming book about space, including interesting space facts.
Friends and neighbors ride bikes, skate, and run at the opening of a community fitness trail.
In this poem about the senses, a girl describes what she feels, smells, hears, and sees at the beach.
A boy's ambition and his sister inspire him to exercise in new ways.
Ari and his dad drive across the country to visit Ari's cousin Paul. Along the way, they send postcards to Paul of all the things they see and places they visit.
Two brothers compare their old and new houses and decide they are happy with their family's move.
A family visits an animal exhibit and has the most fun learning about the weight of a hippo.
Mrs. Lee teaches her students counting and other math skills while designing the class's perfect pizza.
How you use your five senses when baking bread
Helps children tell time by using both digital and analog clocks.
Teaches the days of the week by looking at a child's household chores.
This book follows a boy and his dad as they go shopping for groceries.
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.
All five senses are highlighted in this story as Jake cares for a surprise from his mother - a new pet kitten.
This book shows how houses are built differently in different environments
Looks at how you use your five senses at school.
A town grows when a new factory is built. The workers need new houses, stores, and parks.
Uses the concept of heavy and light in packing for a hike
Compares different measurements of a cheetah's size and speed.
Compares the heights of four animals.
Describes how we use the senses to learn about the world around us.
A force is a push or pull that makes an object move, a magnet can pull or attract some metal things, different types of forces can be classified
Single copy of Time and Routines. This concept book presents ways of measuring time, including by minute, hour, day, month, and year.
Single copy of Food. This concept book shows how different foods go from the farm to the table.
A resourceful little brother uses his wagon to pull bats and balls to his big brother's baseball game.
Shows how animals use their unique physical features to survive.
Looks at how plants grow and at parts of plants that we eat as food.
Considers aspects of communities, including jobs, wants and needs, and places in the community.
Sizes and weights of objects can be measured or compared and then ordered.
Labeled images illustrate how the Earth and moon fit into the solar system and space.
Single copy of Keeping Fit. This concept book considers ways to keep fit, including forms of exercise, healthy food, and rest.
People live in many types of places across the Earth's surface, location affects the kinds of houses in which people live, people adapt in many ways to the environment in which they live
Focuses on measurement and counting as ways to collect data and shows ways to display data.
Shows and provides opportunities to predict what a magnet will attract.
A father and son make choices to be active, such as playing rather than watching baseball.
Children make a game for the school fair using magnets and paper fish.
Compares the size of a cruise ship to other objects, impressing the reader with the ship's immense size.
This book shows that different types of plants grow from different types of seeds.
This book observes the adjustments people make so that they can live in this harsh environment.
Simple maps show all the places and activities a family can enjoy at the park.
The town is a good place to live because of the helpful people who live there. This book examines their many useful jobs.
Simple text explains how some common vegetables are stems, roots, and flower buds of plants.
Many animals leave marks in the wet sand with their bodies, flippers, and tails.
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.
Learn more about the moon and what it is like there. Simple text and large photographs of moon landings and exploratory missions show the moon’s landscape.
This book looks at the moon and the stars that you can see in the night sky.
6 Copies of Camping is Fun. Despite daily mishaps, the characters in this humorous story have fun on a family camping trip.
Looks at how some things move because they are pushed or pulled.
A boy plays his trumpet with a mariachi band on a festival day. Learn about the part music plays in his culture.
Farmer Kay's corn goes from farm to store to home and becomes a tasty meal for a family.
Dad loves to make pizza and considers opening a pizza restaurant. The family thinks about all the things they would need and how to get them.
A zany zookeeper gives rhyming clues that keep children guessing the identities of mystery zoo animals.