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What's It Like to Live Here? (Community Connections)

All around the world, people live in many different kinds of environments. From huge, densely packed cities to remote villages, readers will explore the places people call home. They will discover what kind of jobs people do in different locations, what kind of homes they live in, and how they spend their free time. Prompts, call-outs, and questions within the text encourage children to compare and contrast their own day-to-day life experiences with the information presented.

What's That, Jack?

Jack and George are resting quietly when BOOM! A huge and strange ball lands beside them. "What's that, Jack?" "I don't know, George. Maybe it's a rock?” No...too soft. But it rolls. Fast! Jack, George and the ball roll right off the cliff and now it's a parachute. But watch out, they're going to land in the river. Jack and George have a brilliant day full of adventure with this object that changes with the landscape, then turns into a blanket to keep them warm.

What's Up with Water? (Bearcub Books)

Every living thing on Earth needs water to survive. But why do we need it, where does it come from, and how do we save it? This valuable series answers these questions and more while introducing early science concepts to emergent readers. Vibrant photographs and diagrams will aid readers in learning about the water cycle, how people use water, and what that means for the environment.

When Dad's Hair Took Off

One day, Dad's hair decided it was tired of being brushed and combed. It wanted a life of its own, to see the world. It took off. Out of the bathroom, into the kitchen, and before you could say, ""Hairsta la vista, baby!"" it was gone. Dad gives chase around the town. He spots his hair hiding in the lawn, on the road, at the zooÑit's amazing how many things look like hair. He gives up and tries to accept life without hair. Then the postcards arrive. The hair is on a round-the-world trip, and Dad

When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth (Crabtree Seedlings)  

Each book in this fascinating series is filled with facts about these mighty creatures from long ago. Find out where they lived, how big they were, what they ate, and how they compared to other dinosaurs. Every book also includes a page for caregivers and teachers that suggests guiding questions to help aid in reading comprehension. Downloadable Teacher Notes available.

When Fish and Bird Meet

A chance meeting between a fish and a bird shows the special things each can do-from flying high in the sky to diving deep into the water-as they enjoy a sunny day together.

When I Grow Up

What do you want to be when you grow up? This series invites children to imagine, learn, and pretend what jobs are like and the many possibilities they can choose from when they grow up. Young readers will enjoy learning about community helpers in this popular series.

When Naiche Visits the Stars

Naiche, a mixed-race girl, dreams of one day making spaceships like her parents who work for NASA. While her mother teaches her the ways of the Apache and Chickasaw, she imagines an encounter with aliens from Zotoc. Will she one day be able to fly to meet them?

When the Earth Shook

Alya and Atik are stars. Their job is to twinkle in the night sky over Earth and for billions of years they do it well. Plants stretch towards them. Animals look up at them. And, eventually, humans gaze up at them and marvel. But then humans invent powerplants, factories and cars, and smog pours into Earth's atmosphere. It becomes harder and harder for Alya and Atik to do their jobs until, finally, the stars yell at Earth and Earth feels sick and begins to shake and things look pretty dire. The

When the Wind Blew

While Big Bear and Little Bear are snuggled up for the night, a wild storm rages. The bears wake up to find that the wind has knocked down all of the trees in their forest, they'll have to move. Little Bear is distraught. He loves their home! But Big Bear helps him understand that home isn't where you are, but who you're with. Author and illustrator Petra Brown's sweet, superbly rendered characters and tender story are perfect for helping little ones deal with a move or change.