"Simple text and supportive images introduce beginning readers to jellyfish. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.
"Simple text and supportive images introduce beginning readers to the characteristics of rain. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.
Fall signals the end of summer and the coming of winter. Changing colors, falling leaves, and the return of cool temperatures are all signs of fall. Students will learn about the changes fall brings to people, animals, and plants.
Long, hot days, thunderstorms, and outdoor activities signal the beginning of summer. Animals are more active and vegetables are ready to pick. Eager students will find out how summer changes people, plants, and animals.
Did you know that octopuses are good escape artists? They can squirt dark ink into the water to surprise predators. Beginning readers will discover how octopuses use their eight arms to move, hide, and search for prey.
Though corals look like plants and sunlight helps them grow, corals are actually animals! Find out where corals live, what they look like, and how they eat and make coral reefs.
Sunshine provides the energy needed to support life on Earth. Eager readers will learn what sunshine is, how it creates heat, and its impact on the weather and seasons.
Dolphins make clicking sounds and listen for echoes to catch food. Echoes help dolphins locate fish. Learn all about dolphin communication and how dolphins prosper underwater!
9) Sea Turtles
A sea turtle uses four flippers to move through the ocean water. Its flippers help it paddle, turn, and stop. Discover where sea turtles live, how they look, and all about baby sea turtles.
Spring brings new life and warmth to the world. Longer days and blooming flowers lead us into warmer days. Young readers will discover how animals, plants, and people change when spring is upon us!
11) Sea Horses
Did you know that there is a fish with the head of a horse? This book introduces children to sea horses-how they look, use a snout to eat, hide on the ocean floor, and have babies.
Winter brings ice, snow, and cold temperatures. Some animals hibernate while others change their habits to survive the cold months. Readers will learn about how people, animals, and plants deal with the cold, chilly weather of winter!
Whales are giant sea creatures capable of performing amazing acrobatics! They groan and sing to talk to each other. This books lets children look closely at the life and behavior of whales.
Snowflakes look white but are actually clear! They are pieces of falling ice. Discover how snow forms and falls and how every snowflake is intricate and unique.
Did you know not all clouds are white? Green clouds can form and signal severe storms and tornadoes. Beginning readers will discover the different types of clouds and how they form.
Did you know that a crab grows a new leg if it loses one? Or that a crab walks sideways? Young readers will learn about the shells, eyes, and legs of this scuttling creature.
What has the power to move sailboats across water and pick houses up off the ground? Wind. Beginning readers will be blown away as they discover what wind is and how it moves on calm days and in stormy weather.
Lightning can strike trees and jump between clouds! Young readers will learn how lightning behaves, its relationship to thunder, and the ways to stay safe in its midst.
Manatees are gigantic ocean creatures. They are an endangered species. In this book, beginning readers will learn how manatees look, move through water, and dig up plants for food.
20) Sea Stars
Look for a sea star's mouth in the middle of its body! Arms called rays surround its mouth. This book introduces children to the anatomy of a sea star and explains the unique way a sea star eats.