Shows the color and size of objects are properties that can be described and sorted.
Communities provide things that people want and need, they have special places such as stores, parks and schools
Shows that objects can be counted by ones and by twos and that objects can be sequenced by number.
Teaches that all animals have basic needs, including food, water, and a safe place to live.
Teaches that families are alike and different in many ways, and shows family members assuming different roles and responsibilities.
Shows people doing many different kinds of jobs, and teaches that people rely on one another for goods and services.
Single copy of Shapes. This concept book teaches the names and properties of basic shapes and shows real-life examples of shapes in the environment.
This book looks at the things a baby bird needs to survive.
Teaches verbs as it explores the life of a monkey.
Shows vehicles you will encounter on the road.
Looks at numbers of people riding on a bike, in a boat, and in a car.
Looks at the activities that happen in a home in the morning.
This book compares contemporary and old forms of transportation -- cars, trains, airplanes, ships, and buses.
Simple text in a lift-the-flap book teaches that dogs, cats, and fish all need food, water, and a place to live.
Examines plant parts to identify a banana plant
Looks at different jobs that require a person to work at night.
Shows the annual cycle of seasons from spring to summer to fall to winter and back again to spring.
Compares and contrasts various attributes of small dogs and big dogs.
Compares and contrasts fruits and vegetables according to both color and size.
Readers are asked questions such as "Where can you shop for food?" They see photos of three different stores, predict which photo is the answer, and turn the page to verify their predictions.
Shows four children living in different kinds of homes - house, townhouse, apartment, mobile home - and then shows them meeting up at the school they all attend.
Legs teaches counting by twos by counting the legs of animals.
Traces the lifecycle of a watermelon plant, from seed to harvest.
Large, vivid photographs of animals in motion are followed by the question, "How do I move?" A picture glossary labels each kind of movement.
Simple text explains the roles that family members play in different families.
The weather changes every day in one week in the city. This book uses symbols to discuss different types of weather.
Visits various habitats including mountains, plains, forests, deserts, and wetlands
Introduces various human habitats.
This book shows the different jobs people do in a supermarket.
Focuses on finding round shapes in a variety of settings.
Counts colored shapes in a variety of flags.
Looks at parts of plants and at the sequence of plant growth.
Shows the different ways animals can move and how animals can be grouped according to how they move.
Shows that people use different types of transportation to move from place to place.
Looks at a variety of environments on Earth—deserts, plains, mountains, forests, and wetlands—and shows that people, plants, and animals adapt to life in these different places.
Single copy of Weather and Seasons. This book shows how weather and seasons change, how weather affects people, and how changes in the weather and seasons can be observed.