Fine Feathered Friends by Tish Rabe
Dr. Seuss's Cat in the Hat introduces Sally and Dick to a variety of birds, from the ten-foot ostrich to the two-inch hummingbird.
What Makes Day and Night by Chris Arvetis and Carole Palmer
In this weekly reader presentation, wise Mrs. Owl and Christopher use a ball, a flashlight, and a big X to demonstrate the concept that the earth rotates as it travels around the sun, resulting in daytime and nighttime.
Why Do Birds Sing? by Chris Arvetis and Carole Palmer
In this weekly reader presentation your child will learn that birds sing to "talk" to each other.
Why Does It Thunder and Lightning? by Chris Arvetis and Carole Palmer
In this weekly reader presentation your child will learn not to be afraid of the loud booming noise and the zig-zag lightning flashes that occur during thunderstorms.
Native Americans by Judith Simpson
Native Americans tell wonderful creation stories to explain where they came from.
Baby Gecko's Colors by Neecy Twinem
Baby Gecko's experiences involve various colors. Spanish and English.
Baby Snake's Shapes by Neecy Twinem
Baby Snake lives in the midst of things that have various shapes. Spanish and English.
Bats Are Night Animals by Joanne Mattern
This weekly reader describes the highly specific adaptations that help these clever creatures navigate the night.
The A Book by Stan and Jan Berenstain
An army of angry ants march across and around all sorts of items that begin with the letter "a."