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Laura Purdie Salas is the author of more than 100 books for kids and teens. Her work has received the Minnesota Book Award and other honors, including Bank Street Best Books of the Year, and NCTE Notables. She and her husband live in Minnesota and have two monsters of their own, Maddie and Annabelle. When Laura's not reading or writing, she likes to dance, play games, and work with the Minnesota Brass drum corps (which involves a lot of Counting, following Patterns, and creating Shapes on the field). She tries to eat More vegetables and Less brownies, but that is hard! Learn more about Laura at laursalas.com.
Inform and engage young writers with this contemporary, creative breakdown of poetry essentials. Clear, concise text introduces and defines key skills while ...
How does it feel to be sad? What does sadness look like? Big, full color photos and simple, rhyming text explore the range of feeling sad.
From bright team uniforms and fans' painted faces to the brown leather laces in your trusty baseball glove, the colors of sports are awesome. Discover them all ...
Birthdays are full of streamers, balloons, and presents. Get ready to celebrate in C is for Cake! ...
You know the song “Where Is Thumbkin?” Sing along with new words that explain the eight planets of our solar system.
You know the song “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad.” Sing along with new words that explain how our five senses help us explore the world.
You know the song “Clementine.” Sing along with new words that explain the six main categories into which all animals can be grouped.
You know the song “Pop Goes the Weasel.” Sing along with new words that explain how our planet’s water cycle works.
Sing a song of science! You know the song Are You Sleeping? Sing along with new words that explain the differences between living and nonliving things.
Sing a song of science! You know the song On Top of Old Smokey. Sing along with new words that explain how all living things have a beginning and an end.
Sing a song of science! You know the song Home on the Range. Sing along with new words that explain the basic materials that make up our planet.
Introduces the topic of simple machines through the familiar tune Kookaburra. Summary provided by publisher.
[English] Why do maple and oak trees drop their leaves in the fall? What other animals share the forest with chipmunks, deer, and snakes? Hike through this ...
[English] How does a barrel cactus find enough water to grow in a desert? How do jackrabbits, snakes, and fringe-toed lizards beat the heat? Quench your thirst ...
[English] What lives in a wetland besides flamingos, ducks, and other birds? How do plants survive in the soggy soil? What jobs do wetlands do? Wade into this ...
[English] What is the difference between a savanna and a prairie? How do bison, zebras, and other grazers avoid hungry grassland predators? Trek across the ...
Who takes dust baths? Who wallows in the mud? Who basks in the sun? Try to pick up on the unique habits of different animals.
Who walks to the mountains? Who runs across the plains? Move along with migrating animals to find out where they end up when the seasons change.
Who dives for food, and who traps food? Who hunts in packs, and who picks food using their tongue? Dig in to find out how animals eat.
Who burrows in the mud, and who hangs from a ceiling? Who snoozes in hollow trees, and who sleeps in dark caves? Curl up and find out where different animals ...
Who builds lodges? Who creates amazing towers? Who digs burrows? You’re invited to visit the different homes that animals build.
Who has large horns, and who has huge wings? Who is the same size as a quarter? Who is the largest fish in the sea? Take a measure of the many different animal ...
What is the difference between a savanna and a prairie? How do bison, zebras, and other grazers avoid hungry grassland predators? Trek across the plant-covered ...
Why do maple and oak trees drop their leaves in the fall? What other animals share the forest with chipmunks, deer, and snakes? Hike through this book, and ...
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