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Watch Me Bloom: A Bouquet of Haiku Poems for Budding Naturalists

Mindful haiku poems to help us rediscover our natural surroundings, without traveling too far from home. Some flowers are the subject of nursery rhymes and childhood games while others help us celebrate love, remember our homelands or mark the passing seasons. These mindful haiku poems invite us to explore twenty-four flower species growing close to home, from wildflower meadows to urban window boxes.

Watch Me Read and Draw

The perfect starter for kids who love to read and draw, the Watch Me Read and Draw series features an engaging story with simple drawing lessons that teach children how to draw their favourite things. Adorable stories are sure to capture the attention of budding young artists, and basic shapes that they will recognize make it easy to learn how to draw.

Ways We Go (LOOK! Books™)

Each book looks at common ways we go from one place to another while making connections to daily life activity.

We the Future

IÎm from the future. We need you. Ever since he learned about climate change, Jonah has dreaded a weather-beaten future where not even his asthma medication can save him. Luckily, a girl from that future arrives just in time to throw Jonah a lifeline. Sunny traveled back to the 2020s with a mission: help Jonah launch a climate strike big enough to rewrite history. To do it, heÎll have to recruit his entire school before Halloween. Why so soon? Sunny wonÎt say. But how can Jonah win over 600 classmates when the only thing he dreads more than the end of the world is talking to other kids?

We the People: U.S. Government at Work (21st Century Junior Library)

We the People: U.S. Government at Work explains the basic building blocks of U.S. democracy from detailing what democracy is to describing how the three branches of government work together. Young readers will also discover how they play a key role in American democracy. Series is aligned to 21st Century Skills curriculum standards. Engaging inquiry-based side bars encourage students to Think, Create, Guess, and Ask Questions.

We Want Snow: A Wintry Chant

In this raucous, rhyming plea for snow, a group of youngsters imagines the cold-weather delights they'll enjoy once winter arrives. From sledding down hills and skating on ponds to building snow forts and snowmen to sharing crackling fires and mugs of hot cocoa, they want snow and plenty of it! The snow can't arrive soon enough. But once the flakes start to fall, are the youngsters in for more than they bargained for? Readers young and old will enjoy this celebration of winter's snowy activities, recalling past pleasures and imagining future ones.

Weapons and Machines in Warfare

From the earliest days of warfare, the side with the most technologically advanced weapons was often the victor. From the two World Wars and the Cold War to Vietnam and the Gulf War, readers are taken on a tour of the history of military technology in the 20th century, examining the machines and weaponry that played an essential part in major victories. As they learn about the armored cars used in World War I, the cruise missiles developed during the Cold War, and many other innovations, they strengthen their understanding of both world history and the different areas of STEM.

Weather (Scout)

This series introduces readers to the science behind common kinds of weather. Each title defines and describes one type of weather and explains the process that causes it to appear.

Weather Forecast (Blastoff! Readers: Level 1)

Grab your umbrella, because it looks like rain is in the forecast! In this series, young readers will learn about different parts of the weather and how they can change the world around us. Each title features exciting special features to help readers understand the weather. Diagrams show how each weather event forms, and activity lists help readers see how weather affects people each day. A concluding question helps readers reflect on what they have learned!

Weather Makes Them Move (Bear Claw Books)

Flying friends, gentle giants, and even teeny tiny insects are on the move! Why? It has to do with weather. Learn about the migration of animals that are spurred on to travel by changes in the weather. Colourful photos and carefully levelled text guide readers along on the journey.