Introduces animals ranging from butterflies and rabbits to fireflies and frogs, as they make their way in warm sunlight or the cool glow of the moon.
A child who is in a woodland clearing to practice dancing spies a deer and observes how it leaps and turns.
Our heroine can't think of anything better than bringing home a baby raptor -all teensy and tiny, fluffy and funny. It would cuddle and play, stalk birds and dust bunnies, and curl up on laps. In short, it would be the perfect pet!
An introduction to light and how it helps us to see profiles different kinds of light, including sunlight, firelight and electric light, and provides interactive experiments readers can perform at school or at home.
Although it sometimes seems that parents are just there to boss their children around, they are also good for many other things, from mending toys, kneecaps, and clothing to telling bedtime stories.
Nelly Gnu spends a day building a play house with her father.
"A competitive race-car driving dog learns that some things are more important than being number one"-- Provided by the publisher.
Dragon knows he is supposed to be brave, because that's what dragons do. But when he hears something that scares him, he turns to his forest friends to find the noise, and to help him be brave.
Ruthie loves to spend Saturday with her parents, but will interruptions spoil her favorite day?
As Bear walks in the forest, with pencil in hand, he meets several grumpy forest dwellers and knows just what to do for them.
Before the alphabet was invented, life was very orderly though not so exciting until five friends set out to create something new.
Three billy goats outwit a troll that lives under the bridge they must cross on their way to Nanny Mary's Shimmy Shack.