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Holly Keller has created vivacious new paintings for this favorite
Reading Rainbow title about geology. Readers follow two
enthusiastic rock hounds around the globe as they add to their
collection. Along the way they will learn how sedimentary,
metamorphic, and igneous rocks are formed. From the Egyptian
pyramids to Roman roads, from the diamond ring on your finger to
the pebbles under your feet'rocks are everywhere!
Trees are a valuable natural resource. People depend on trees for food, and animals depend on trees for food and shelter. But most important, we depend on trees because they add oxygen, a gas we all need, to the air. While trees give us many wonderful products, we must also protect them because we can't live without them.
What do you and a tuna have in common? You are both part of a food chain that begins with green things and ends with you! Can you get energy from sunlight? Why is every link in a food chain important? Read and find out more about food chains! Now rebranded with a new cover look, this book features content-rich vocabulary in simple, engaging text by Patricia Lauber, fascinating diagrams, and beautifully detailed illustrations by Holly Keller. Both text and artwork were vetted for accuracy. This is a Level 2 Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science title, which means the book explores more challenging concepts for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) standards. Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Books & Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series.
Female frogs lay eggs in the water, but what hatches isn't a frog yet-it's a tadpole! This classic Level 1 Let's-Read-and-Find-Out picture book shows the incredible metamorphosis that occurs as a tadpole loses its fishy tail and gills and becomes a frog. Now rebranded with a new cover look, this book includes a find out more section with an illustrated guide to identify different frog species and a map showing where bull frogs can be found throughout the United States. Both text and artwork were vetted for accuracy by Dr. Edmund Stiles, formerly professor of Biological Science at Rutgers University, and Dr. Valerie Chase, formerly of the National Aquarium in Baltimore. This is a Level 1 Let's-Read-and-Find-Out, which means the book explores introductory concepts perfect for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. Let's-Read-and-Find-Out is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Books & Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series.
Sam and his friends are headed for the beach. And when their van gets stuck, they figure out a clever way to get it "moving" again.
When close friends Farfallina the caterpillar and Marcel the gosling go their separate ways for a long period of time, they have a hard time recognizing each other when they are finally reunited, yet despite their transformations, the friendship they shared has remained the same.
Night and day, whether you're asleep or awake, your heart is always beating. Read and find out how your heart works and how to keep it healthy.
A pretty red rose and a bunny's pink nose. A spinning top and a
dripping mop. An inquisitive young boy discovers that there are
many wonderful things--some familiar, some surprising--to see at
his house. He discovers, too, that seeing means opening your eyes
to the world around you. Holly Keller's simple rhyming text and
bold illustrations turn everyday visions into heartwarming
Pam has a hat--until the wind blows it away. Will she and her friend Dan be able to catch it? Full color.
Flora is Lee's cat. She is as soft as silk. Flora sleeps on Lee's
bed. Lee likes it that way. But Flora vanishes. She isn't under the
bed or in the garden or up in the peach trees. Then one night,
Flora returns--with company!This tale of a boy's feline friend and
her new family finds its "purr"fect match in Holly Keller's
heartwarming, playful illustrations.
The earth is like a spaceship in orbit--it has everything on board that we need to survive: water, food, and air with oxygen. Unlike a space shuttle, Earth is able to renew its resources. Read and find out why Earth is the greatest spaceship to be aboard!
Snow is falling. Snow is wonderful - for sledding, for skiing, and for building snowmen. But did you know that snow can actually keep things warm? Find out how snow helpf plants, animals, and people to survive. But when a blizzard blows, watch out! The snow that is so useful can be dangerous too.
Franklyn M. Branley and Holly Keller team up for a fun and colorful exploration of the world of snow, including experiments and activities for cold winter days. A Let's Read and Find Out Science book, for Stage 1.
An award-winning author and artist explain how every link in a food chain is important because each living thing depends on others for survival. "Clear, simple drawings illustrate the clear, simple text. Informative and intriguing, this basic science book leads children to think about the complex and interdependent web of life on Earth."'BL.
Clap your hands, snap your fingers: You're making sounds. Read and find out how people and animals use different kinds of sounds to communicate.
Time to squeeze a skeleton!
It's bath time, and your sponge is actually the skeleton of an animal that lived under the sea. Read on to find out how sponges use their special holes and tunnels to eat and breathe, and how you use these same holes and tunnels to soak up the water and rinse off the soap.Sploosh! Splash! Dribble! Did you know your bath sponge once lived in the sea? Sponges come in all shapes, colors, and sizes. Barbara Juster Esbensen and Holly Keller have paired an engaging text with funny, kid-friendly illustrations to reveal that a sponge is not just a bath toy.
Sploosh! Splash! Dribble! Did you know your bath sponge once lived in the sea? Sponges come in all shapes, colors, and sizes. Barbara Juster Esbensen and Holly Keller have paired an engaging text with funny, kid-friendly illustrations to reveal that a sponge is not just a bath toy.
Once there was a caterpillar named Farfallina, whose best friend was a gosling named Marcel. They played together all the time. They liked the same games, and they liked each other.
But one day everything changed.
Can best friends remain best friends no matter what happens? For Farfallina and Marcel, who endure growing up and growing apart only to find that it brings them closer together, the happy answer is "yes."
Jake carried the hoe. Posey brought the watering can. And Cecil held the seeds. It was time to plant the garden. But then the trouble started. No one could agree on what to plant, and soon it was too hot to work. Sadly, Cecil went off to visit the neighbors.
Sometimes all it takes is a little time away from your family to see that you are really pretty lucky. When Cecil went home, he knew how to solve the garden problem. And when harvest time came, there was no disagreement at all!
What makes a perfect beach day?
Seagulls squawking through the sky. A crab carrying his house. And Miranda and her friends, building a castle out of sand.
But at the end of a day at the beach, the seagulls go back to their nests, the crab goes back to the sea, the castle goes back to the sand . . . and Miranda goes back to Mama, who wraps her up in a hug when it's time to go home. Because Miranda and Mama will always belong to each other.
Meet Rose. She is a fox with a special talent. Rose can locate lost things. With her nose. One day Rose's siblings call her Nosy Rosie. It's not a nice nickname, and Rose's feelings are hurt. But the nickname sticks. How Rose regains her honor and convinces her family that she is a Rose-just Rose-is the story here. And, as with all of Holly Keller's books, it is a story that will connect deeply with children.
Holly Keller has created vivacious new paintings for this favorite Reading Rainbow title about geology. Readers follow two enthusiastic rock hounds around the globe as they add to their collection. Along the way they will learn how sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous rocks are formed. From the Egyptian pyramids to Roman roads, from the diamond ring on your finger to the pebbles under your feet'rocks are everywhere!
How does a tadpole become a frog? Awarded the Parentís Choice Seal of Approval, this Stage 1 Letís-Read-and-Find-Out Science book explores this amazing metamorphosis. Now, children can take their first leap into the wonders of the natural world as they read, listen, and learn with this engaging book and cassette package.
How can fish live in water? Why donít they drown? The answer to this fishy question and more can be found in this latest addition to the Letís-Read-and-Find-Out Science series. The book clearly explains how a fishís body is perfectly suited to life underwater, just as our bodies are suited for life on land.
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