Chirping Crickets Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science, Stage 2 #ad - But did you know that they make their chirping sounds by rubbing their wings together, and that only male crickets can chirp?Inside this book you'll learn about crickets, and even how to tell the temperature by counting a cricket's chirps. Melvin berger and megan Lloyd have created a wonderful introduction to a fascinating insect: the cricket.
Chirrrp, chirrrp, chirrrpthats the sound of crickets on a summer evening.
Ant Cities Lets Read and Find Out Books Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2Scott Foresman #ad - Ant Cities Lets Read and Find Out Books Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2 #ad - Did you ever wonder where an ant goes when it disappears into an anthill? underneath the hill, there are miles of tunnels and hundreds of rooms! With simple, Arthur Dorros explains the life of a harvester ant for the early reader and even shows readers how to build their own ant farms! This is a Stage 2 Let's-Read-and-Find-Out, easy-to-understand words and colorful illustrations, which means the book explores more challenging concepts for children in the primary grades.
Let's-read-and-find-out is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Books & Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series. Supports the common Core Learning Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. HarperTrophy.
Small Wonders: Jean-Henri Fabre and His World of InsectsTwo Lions #ad - What he discovered in pursuing that dream was shocking; these small, seemingly insignificant creatures led secret lives—lives of great drama!With its lively, this intriguing picture-book biography introduces the man who would forever change the way we look at insects, lyrical text and richly detailed illustrations, ferocious wasps, bringing to life the fascinating world of dazzling beetles, and other amazing small wonders that exist all around us.
Small Wonders: Jean-Henri Fabre and His World of Insects #ad - . A wasp that hunts beetles nearly twice its size. A moth with a sixth sense. As a boy in the French countryside, Henri spent hours watching insects. He dreamed of observing them in a new way: in their own habitats. The lives of fascinating creatures such as these were unknown until one man introduced them to the world.
Meet jean-henri fabre, one of the most important naturalists of all time. HarperTrophy.
Spinning Spiders Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2HarperCollins #ad - You will even learn how to make a web of your own! Ages 5-9 HarperTrophy. Schindler, the webs they spin, you will learn about the silk spiders produce, and the prey they capture. How do spiders spin such large webs? Spiders produce a unique silk that can stretch from wall to wall, or between the legs of a chair.
In this book, featuring remarkably realistic artwork by S. D. Find out all about the many kinds of webs spiders spin in this level 2 Let′s Read and Find Out.
The Life and Times of the HoneybeeHMH Books for Young Readers #ad - HarperTrophy. Why do beekeepers use smoke machines when collecting honey? can a bee really sting only once? Why do bees "dance"? In concise, social organization, detailed text and abundant illustrations that range from the humorous to the scientific, Charles Micucci offers a wide-ranging and spirited introduction to the life cycle, and history of one of the world's most useful insects.
Micucci's rare gift for making science enjoyable and accessible is again revealed in this remarkably witty, rich salute to the honeybee. He includes information on how bees make honey, what a beekeeper does, and products that contain beeswax--everything from lipstick to waxes for buffing surfboards.
DK Readers L2: Amazing Bees: Buzzing with Bee Facts! DK Readers Level 2DK Children #ad - With shiny new jackets and brand new nonfiction narrative content on the topics kids love, each book is written and reviewed by literacy experts, and contains a glossary and index making them the perfect choice for helping develop strong reading habits for kids ages 3–11. HarperTrophy. Learn everything there is know about bees in Amazing Bees! From buzzing to different flowers to being a vital part of the earth's ecosystem, bees are very busy creatures.
Discover what makes bees so special and find out how we can help them in Amazing Bees. Perfect for 5–7 year olds beginning to read fluently with support, Level 2 titles contain carefully selected photographic images to complement the text, providing strong visual clues to build vocabulary and confidence.
DK Readers L2: Amazing Bees: Buzzing with Bee Facts! DK Readers Level 2 #ad - Dk publishing Dorling Kindersley. Additional information spreads are full of extra fun facts, developing the topics through a range of nonfiction presentation styles such as diagrams, and activities. Lexile measure: 720 fountas and pinnell text level Gradient: MTrusted by parents, and loved by kids, and librarians, teachers, DK's leveled reading series is now revised and updated.
Monarch ButterflyHoliday House FBA-|281292 #ad - Follow the transformation from a tiny white egg laid on a leaf to a brilliantly colored butterfly in this kid-friendly introduction to metamorphosis. With detailed, as it grows, bright watercolors, stage by stage, Gail Gibbons illustrates the life cycle of the monarch butterfly, changes, and takes flight.
Introduce young readers to the fascinating process of how catepillars become butterflies. HarperTrophy. With clear, labeled diagrams and simple text that defines and reinforces important vocabulary, Monarch Butterfly introduces key concepts of insect anatomy and behavior. And of course, with descriptions of how the insects travel, the unique migration of the monarch-- which can range up to four thousand miles-- is covered, and how people in their path celebrate the occasion.
Monarch Butterfly #ad - This classic look at butterflies also includes directions on raising your own monarch at home, and a page of fun facts about these colorful butterflies. Dk publishing Dorling Kindersley.
National Geographic Readers: SpidersNational Geographic Children's Books 9781426308512 #ad - National Geographic Readers: Spiders #ad - You don’t have to look far to see a spider’s web—in the corner of the window, on a fence, or in a bush—spiders make their homes everywhere. HarperTrophy. And there are so many kinds of spiders! Some red, yellow, some blue, and more…all fascinating. Dk publishing Dorling Kindersley. National Geographic Society.
Amazing photography and easy-to-understand text make Spiders a hit in this National Geographic Kids series.
The BeemanBarefoot Books 9781846862601 #ad - The Beeman #ad - Told from the viewpoint of a child whose Grandpa is a beekeeper, this rhyming text offers an accessible and engaging introduction to the behavior of bees. National Geographic Society. Barefoot Books. Now in paperback! HarperTrophy. Dk publishing Dorling Kindersley. You will learn where they live, how honey is made, what a beekeeper does, and more.
Wiggling Worms at Work Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2HarperCollins #ad - Wiggling Worms at Work Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2 #ad - HarperCollins Publishers. Crawling through the dirt, worms are hard at work, helping plants to grow. Barefoot Books. Read and find out about these wiggling wonders! HarperTrophy. Dk publishing Dorling Kindersley. National Geographic Society. Worms help the fruit and vegetables we eat by loosening the soil and feeding the plants.
Spiders Smithsonian-scienceCollins #ad - Other kinds live in the ground, in leaf litter, under tree bark, and in freshwater streams. HarperCollins Publishers. Hevelnational Museum of Natural History HarperTrophy. Dk publishing Dorling Kindersley. In this volume, concise, award-winning author Seymour Simon provides an informative, and sometimes surprising review of what is known about spiders.
Spiders Smithsonian-science #ad - Gary F. Barefoot Books. National Geographic Society. Spiders are one of the most familiar animals in the natural world, yet their biology and lifestyles are poorly known to the general public. The large orb webs in vegetation are a good indicator of their presence, but such webs are constructed by only a certain percentage of spiders.
Spiders have been found to never be farther than twelve feet from humans.