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Nature gives us many signs of the changing seasons, if only we pay attention. Animals use their senses to detect sights, smells, and sounds. Which one will be the first to know a new season is here? Using ordinal numbers from first to tenth, these narrative counting books will inspire readers to notice how the seasons change.
A collection of some of John Muir’s most memorable and inspirational words reminds us of a shared responsibility and inescapable bond-that all inhabitants of this planet travel the Milky Way together.
Bush Baby is so lonely-but no one wants to be her friend! Not Giraffe, or Flamingo, but maybe Lion. . . . These wildlife creatures have to learn to not judge each other by their appearances.
For decades, as the monarch butterflies swooped through every year like clockwork, people from Canada to the United States to Mexico wondered, "Where do they go?" In 1976 the world learned the answer: after migrating thousands of miles, the monarchs roost by the millions in an oyamel grove in Central Mexico's mountains. But who solved this mystery? Was it the scientist or the American adventurer? The citizen scientists or the teacher or his students? Winged Wonders shows that the mystery could o
In the Wolf in Underpants books, a wolf's fearsome reputation has other forest animals running scared . . . until the wolf shows up wearing a comfy striped pair of underpants. These hilarious graphic novels are fables for the modern age, showing early readers how to look past rumours and appreciate the differences among us.