Monday, January 18, 2010
Volcanoes -Describes volcanoes, how they form, and the damage they cause.
Tsunamis -Describes tsunamis, how they occur, and the damage they cause.
Avalanches -Describes avalanches, how they occur, and the damage they cause.
Earthquakes -Describes earthquakes, how they occur, and the damage they cause.
Tornadoes -Describes tornadoes, how they form, and the tools scientists use to predict them.
Hurricanes -Describes hurricanes, how they form, and the damage they cause.
Farm Animals -The questions young children have about cows, chickens, sheep, pigs, horses, and more are answered in this trip down to the farm. How these favorite animals live and are cared for is revealed when readers lift the flaps. What's more, the artwork magically changes, creating a fun spot-the-difference game.
Pets -No animals are more accessible to young readers than pets, which makes them a great starting point for scientific inquiry.Pets covers all aspects of the most common pets, including cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, ponies, and small rodents. To encourage problem solving, readers can look for clues in the artwork and enjoy the thrill of uncovering each answer.
Creepy Crawlies -BUGS! Kids love them. In Creepy-Crawlies, budding entomologists get up close and personal with their favorite interesting insects. Covering everything from pouncing spiders to industrious ants, buzzing bees, and butterfly transformations, this book is the go-to source for curious kid's buggiest questions.
Baby Animals -In Baby Animals, children explore the amazing range of creatures born all over the world. In the kid-friendly language and interactive pictures, young zoologists will find answers on everything from the hatching of a baby penguin to the transformation of a tadpole. A perfect introduction to the planet's youngest inhabitants, whether furry, feathery, or scaly.
Posted by Children's Department at 6:26 PM