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Who Lives Here? (Tadpole Books)

This series introduces children to animals from a variety of ecosystems while providing a fun and supportive reading experience. Repetitive text patterns feature high-frequency vocabulary and familiar content words, and a strong photo/text match further facilitates understanding. Who Lives Here? titles include tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.

Who Made My Lunch?

Ice cream might be your favourite dessert, but do you know how it's made? This series explains just that. Come along on the journey as common household foods travel from farm to factory to table. Learn how grapes are made into jelly and peanuts are made into peanut butter. With clear process explanations and charming illustrations, this series answers the questions of curious and hungry kids.

Who Wants This Puppy?  

This touching narrative is seen through the eyes of Max, the young puppy who goes through some rough times before he finds a home with a family that meets all his physical needs and gives him lots of love. The simple text conveys the important message of responsible pet ownership.

Who Was Here?

What animal was here? Can you solve the mystery? Study the picture and read the clues to figure out who left each set of tracks. Then turn the page to find out about animals from around the world.

Who's a Good Dog? (Lightning Bolt Books™)

Animal lovers will adore learning about some of the world's most popular dogs with this high-interest series. Appealing and informative titles cover physical traits, behaviour, and how to care for these furry friends.

Who's Hiding?

Who's hiding? Who's crying? Who's backwards? Look carefully! Is it dog, tiger, hippo, zebra, bear, reindeer . . . Can you tell? Look again . . .Who's Hiding? is an astonishingly simple book, full of surprises. Eighteen fun-loving animals on each question-posing page send readers into an up-close, attention-to-detail discovery.

Whose Hands Are These?: A Community Helper Guessing Book

If your hands can mix and mash, what job might you have? What if your hands reach, wrench, yank, and crank? The hands in this bookùand the people attached to themùdo all sorts of helpful work. And together, these helpers make their community a safe and fun place to live. As you read, keep an eye out for community members who make repeat appearances! Can you guess all the jobs based on the actions of these busy hands?

Whose Trees Are These?  

Have you ever wondered about the role of trees in nature and their relationship to the rest of the environment? The author weaves the story’s other main characters--the sun, rock, earth, water, air, fire, animals and people—into scenic treed landscapes and brings them all to life through the use of lyrical prose. Each character in turn claims ownership of the trees, but the trees have the final say. Scientific details in both the text and illustrations depict the natural beauty of our world.

Why Did the Farmer Cross the Road?

Farmer would just like to sleep in but his early morning slumbers are disturbed by his faithful companion, Donkey. And Donkey isn’t there to bid Farmer a good morning. As it turns out, the prospect of fun and food has lured the farm’s livestock to a local fair. Now it’s up to Farmer and Donkey to go round up the wayward critters before they can get into too much trouble. Or is it too late? Young readers will laugh out loud at the antics of the farmer’s chickens, goats, pigs, and one anxious cow

Why Penny Loved Peanuts  

Penny loves peanuts more than anything else in the whole world! ôBut why?ö she wonders. It isn't until her curiosity takes over and leads her to make some really interesting discoveries, that she realizes the real reason why she loves peanuts so much.