6 copies of Look at the Leaves. Sorts leaves by shape, size and color.
6 copies of Round Like a Circle. Focuses on finding round shapes in a variety of settings.
6 copies of What Did They Drive? This book shows how the automobile has changed. Old, black-and-white photos show a person's mother, grandmother, and other relatives, and the vehicles they drove in the past.
6 copies of Lights Go On. Considers the different types of lights that illuminate the night sky.
6 copies of What’s on the Road? Shows vehicles you will encounter on the road.
6 copies of See the Boats Go! Looks at different ways boats are propelled across the water.
6 copies of Press a Button. The consequences of pushing various types of buttons.
6 copies of People Live Here. Introduces various human habitats.
6 copies of Who Lives Here? Looks at the animals who live in various environments.
6 copies of I Work at Night. Looks at different jobs that require a person to work at night.
6 copies of Weather in the City. The weather changes every day in one week in the city. This book uses symbols to discuss different types of weather.
A girl and her dad take a trip on a train. On the way, they see beautiful, panoramic views of a river, a forest, some mountains, and a lake.
Dad is a florist who delivers flowers all around town. Surprises await a teacher at school - and mom and daughter at the end of the day!
A young boy and his older sister help their mom think of ways to prepare their home for Grandma's visit.
Two brothers sort a basketful of socks, matching colors and making pairs and counting by twos.
How many eggs are in the hay? This counting-by-ones book includes ordinals.
Two boys challenge each other to make pictures out of cutout shapes.
6 copies of Water, Land, and Air. Introduces the three basic components of Earth.
6 copies of Living Things Need Food. Beginning with a polar bear, the text illustrates a simple food chain.
6 copies of Weather Today. Read about the methods for figuring out what the weather will be and how to dress accordingly.
6 copies of Plants on My Plate. Simple text explains how some common vegetables are stems, roots, and flower buds of plants.
6 copies of We Use Water. Shows the many different ways we use water.
6 copies of At the Beach. Sorts and classifies different items found on the beach.
6 copies of In Our Classroom. Considers objects in the classroom that are made from different materials.
6 copies of A Pride of Lions. Teaches animal group names while counting by twos.
6 copies of The Speedy Cheetah. Compares different measurements of a cheetah's size and speed.
6 copies of Animals All Together. Practices use of positional language, counting, and observation of different animals.
6 copies of Tools Can Help Us See. Presents different tools people use to help them see better.
6 copies of It’s Cold Where I Live. Considers the things that people do to live in a cold climate.
6 copies of My Town Used to Be Small. A town grows when a new factory is built. The workers need new houses, stores, and parks.
6 copies of Ella’s Time Line. Uses events in a child's life to demonstrate how a timeline shows a sequence of events.
6 copies of The Shopping List. This book follows a boy and his dad as they go shopping for groceries.
6 copies of Winter Is Here. Shows things that happen in winter.
6 copies of The Canyon Is Deep. Describes sizes of different landforms in a canyon.
6 copies of Patterns Around the World. Shows things people create with designs and patterns.
6 copies of Chores. Teaches the days of the week by looking at a child's household chores.
A resourceful little brother uses his wagon to pull bats and balls to his big brother's baseball game.
Friends and neighbors ride bikes, skate, and run at the opening of a community fitness trail.
The comparison of sizes will make readers think as they enjoy this simple story about survival in nature.
A family visits an animal exhibit and has the most fun learning about the weight of a hippo.
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.
6 copies of Can You See an Insect? Illustrates how an insect uses camouflage to stay safe.
6 copies of Living Things Need Water. Illustrates the range of creatures that need water to live.
6 copies of My Bean Plant. This book examines how a bean plant grows and changes once a seed is planted.
6 copies of Sun Power. This book illustrates how the sun demonstrates its power.
6 copies of How Are Magnets Used? Considers the way magnets are used in everyday life
6 copies of Wind Power. This book is about the power of wind, how wind shapes trees, scatters seeds, and shapes sand dunes.
6 copies of What Lives in a Tide Pool? Looks at some of the animals that make their home in a tide pool.
6 copies of Rocks. Looks at texture and color in assorted rocks.
6 copies of From Egg to Butterfly. Uses measurement and addition to show the life cycle of the monarch butterfly.
6 copies of Weather in the U.S.A. Looks at temperature in different cities in the United States.
6 copies of Peanuts. Shows the life cycle of a peanut and how they are used.
6 copies of Mapping North America. This book provides map reading experiences and shows how physical features appear on a map.
6 copies of Baby Birds. This book looks at the things a baby bird needs to survive.
Looks at the plants and animals that live along the banks of the Mississippi River
6 copies of A Safe Harbor. Examines the ways that harbors are modified to make them safer for boats
6 copies of Seven Continents. Introduces the seven continents and the animals that live on these land masses.
6 copies of A Good Place for a City. Discusses why many cities are located near bodies of water.
6 copies of From Hive to Home. Examines how bees make honey and how it gets from the hive to our homes
6 copies of People Who Lead Us. Considers what leaders do and examines examples of leaders in our lives.
6 copies of Jobs: Making and Helping. Explores the differences between manufacturing and service jobs.
In this play based on an ancient Greek myth of Daedalus and Icarus, the son of a clever inventor flies too close to the sun, not heeding his father's warning, and ends up paying for his mistake.
Anna and her family learn all about their relatives' journey to America at the Immigration Museum when they find their family name, Kolokov, on the American Immigrant Wall of Honor.
Billy and his family have been searching for gold for six months, but not everyone finds their fortune in the gold fields of California.
6 copies of Which One Is Different? Looks at a variety of groups and determines which one is different.
When Jose' and Isabel work with their grandmother and aunts to make a quilt for their new baby brother or sister, they end up making a quilt big enough for two babies.
6 copies of Legs. Legs teaches counting by two by counting the legs of animals.
6 copies of My Cat and I. Looks at the different features of a child and his pet.
6 copies of Am I Big or Small? Compares sizes of different family members.