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Meet newborn farm animal babies in this cute and informative series. From appearance and eating habits to growth and behaviour, all second-grade life science basics are covered in these fun titles. Adorable images complement and illustrate key details in the clear, explanatory text, and chapter headings call out main ideas. A lively introduction to life science, farms, and baby farm animals.
From spines to stink and from armour to electricity, animals have many ways of saying "back off!" These books introduce young readers to some of the unique protective adaptations animals employ. The narrative nonfiction format engages readers in a story while vibrant photographs illustrate concepts. Includes infographics, an activity, glossary, and index.
Bees, ladybugs, ants. There are so many insects to view just outside your door! Thisseries helps children develop reading skills while exploring the world around them. Tightly controlled vocabulary and repetitive text patterns work together with crisp and colourful photographs to create a reading experience that is engaging and supportive.
Engage young readers with basic yet astounding scientific facts about the tiny and sometimes gross creatures that live in backyards and parks across the country. Caption call-outs highlight key visual details in the books' eye-catching images, and informative chapter headings assist emergent readers in locating and identifying main ideas. An educational photo diagram at the end of each book plays up the "yuck!" factor of the insects, in addition to introducing important life science details abou
Whether seen in the wild or at the zoo, children are probably familiar with each of the animals in this series. Each book introduces a common animal to early readers and provides information to expand their knowledge about the characteristics, diet, and habitat of each animal.
It's springtime and Badger is ready to plant the perfect garden. He has spent months gathering and sorting seeds. It's been a lot of work but it's worth it. His friends Red Squirrel, Dormouse, and Weasel come to help. They weed. They rake. And finally they plant. Afterward, everyone celebrates, and Badger can already imagine the perfect rows of flowers and vegetables. But then a rainstorm comes and washes away the beautiful seeds. Badger's perfect garden is ruined. Or is it? Author Marsha Diane
Young children love a story they can interact with. Rocking Chair Kids books are perfect for read-alouds and one-on-one reading. This series introduces basic concepts children need to know before starting school.
As your bath water drains, that slurping sound it makes is the Bath Monsterùdirty bath water is his SECOND favourite food. No one wants to find out what his FIRST favourite food is...until Jackson decides he doesn't believe in the Bath Monster anymore and refuses to take a bath ever again. Starving, the Bath Monster visits Jackson for his FIRST favourite food...Thank goodness it's not little kids, but mud pies!
When Enzo the dragon catches a cold, it's no mere sniffle. No indeed! His coughs and sneezes set fields aflame and barns on fire. The villagers are fleeing their farms and the townsfolk are up in arms. What's a poor fire-sneezing dragon to do? As it turns out, a royal magician has just the right medicine to help Enzo get rid of his cold. And soon, with a little bit of Abbra-ka-brew, Enzo is feeling better and ready to head back to his dragon den. Told in rollicking rhyming text this cautionary t