4 years & up. These books demonstrate the importance of protecting nature. Books present brief, entertaining stories and feature amusing color illustrations on every page. A note at the back of each book is for parents and teachers, suggesting ways to use these books most effectively.
4 - 8 years. When little Titch outgrows his clothes, he receives hand-me-downs from his brother and sister that are too big. "You'll soon grow into them," they say. But Mother decrees that Titch needs some brand-new clothes. Soon it is his turn to say to someone else the words he has heard so often. 32 pages. Paperback.
Gail Gibbons introduces basic weather terms and concepts to young readers in a simple, yet interesting style. She even makes the scary side of weather approachable; roaring thunder, bolts of lightening, and raucous storms are all presented as elements that make our days and seasons different...and amazing! Again, Gibbons has succeeded in presenting "dry science" in a way that is exciting and enlightening.
3 years & up. Students compare the similarities and differences as they learn about the life cycle of these insects. Each book describes how they hatch, develop, and live in their environment. Paperbacks.
4 - 8 years. Air is always moving. We can't see air moving, though we can watch it push clouds across the sky, or shake the leaves of a tree. We call moving air the wind. In this book, find out about the wind -- what causes it, how it can be used to help us, and how it affects the weather. Paperback. 32 pages.