Rhymed text and illustrations describe Jesse Bear's activities from morning to bedtime. These are recitable rhymes about a most endearing bear, who, like all toddlers, makes the simplest tasks in an ordinary day wholly exciting and new. Catchy and fun, with illustrations that some find too sweet, but others believe are "just right." Jesse Bear, what will you wear? What will you wear in the morning! My shirt of red Pulled over my head Over my head...
When Ms. Frizzle takes her class to a dinosaur dig to look for Maiasaura nests, the Magic School Bus turns into a time machine and transports them back into prehistoric times--when dinosaurs roamed the Earth.
Ms. Frizzle, using the magic school bus, takes her class back in time to see the dinosaurs firsthand.
On a special field trip in the magic school bus, Ms. Frizzle's class visits a weather station and learns how hurricanes form. A storm system is brewing over a tropical ocean and Ms. Frizzle's class experiences a hurricane first-hand from air, sea, and land.
Readers learn how changes in the air make different kinds of weather. Wind, rain, thunder, and lightning will take new meaning when you're inside a hurricane!
The magic school bus changes into...
When Ms. Frizzle and her student Arnold follow an underground passage beneath Craig's Castle Shop and find themselves in the middle of a siege of a 12th century English castle, they learn a great deal about both castles and the Middle Ages.
Holiday special: on the last day of school before the winter holidays, the kids take a trip to a recycling plant. All dried up: Phoebe learns how the animals and plants of the desert take care of themselves. In the rainforest: the kids visit a rainforest on Earth day.