Brand: Crabtree Pub Co Toys & Activities
Introduces the different qualities and aspects of living things, including people, other animals, and plants, and covering such to...pics as breathing, feeding, energy, growth, locomotion, and reproduction. read more
Suitable for ages 5-9, this book examines the delicate balance of life maintained in lush Southeast Asian tropical rain forests, a...nd teaches children how the plants and animals in a rain forest rely on one another to survive. read more
Describes the interaction of predators, prey, plants, and non-living elements that make up the food chain in meadows, and touches ...on what happens to the food chain when the balance of nature is upset. read more
Introduces the grassland ecology, discussing some of the common animals and their young who live there and explaining how the vari...ous plants and animals of the grassland form prairie food chains. read more
- full-color illustrations on every page provide a recognizable format for children
Describes how different kinds of animals give birth to, feed, groom, and protect their young, and how they gather together in smal...l or large groups. read more
A discussion of the reasons that plants and animals become extinct and what scientists are doing to prevent it.
Introduces basic shapes and demonstrates how they can be found in different works of art.
Introduces the different types of land habitats that exist around the world and the various animals that live in them, including p...andas, elephants, and bats. read more
Explains that animals live in different habitats that provide for their needs, and describes some of the many types of habitat.
Text and illustrations identify the plants and animals of the Amazon River region, from the swamps of the Amazon delta through the... layers of the tropical rainforest. read more
Looks at animals that eat grass, leaves, flowers, cacti, fruit, pollen, nectar, and wood.
Presents six works of art each of which features an animal, has a different purpose, and uses a different technique, with instruct...ions for creating one's own work read more
Introduces young readers to the concept and vocabulary of habitats in spreads that describe different habitats and the animals tha...t live there, including forest, desert, grassland, wetland, mountain, and Arctic and Antarctic habitats. read more
Describes the kinds of living things likely to live near humans, including squirrels, raccoons, cardinals, bees, and snakes.
Text and illustrations identify the plants and animals of Antarctica and its islands and the tundra of the Arctic region.
Discusses what other planets may have the right conditions to support life and surveys aliens, unidentified flying objects, and ou...r exploration of space. read more
Animals with backbones are called vertebrates. This book allows students to peek inside an animal and understand its body structur...e from the inside out. It shows detailed illustrations of each animal's skeleton which helps to know how different kinds of vertebrates move. It is suitable for ages 6 to 10 years. read more
Photographs and text depict the many different kinds of birds, their similarities and differences, habitats, and behavior.
Intended for ages 5-9, this informative book introduces young readers to the defining characteristics of the various groups of ani...mals that make up the animal kingdom. The bodies of many animals, including several types of mammals, fish, reptiles, birds, and arthropods, are described in simple, easy-to-understand text. Children will learn about: invertebrate and vertebrate animals; warm-blooded and cold-blooded animals; how animals move; the habitats of different animals; and how various animals find food. read more
Explains what a food chain is by describing the food chains seen in the Australian outback.
Five teddy bears go out for a picnic, but one by one they disappear, leaving only one to bring cakes.
Learn about different animals that hatch from eggs, and the various changes they undergo throughout their lives.
Examines the lives, habits, and bodies of bears, as well as their loss of habitat and other threats to their existence.
Describes the habitat, life cycle, and behavior of polar bears.
Examines the balance of life maintained in Southeast Asian tropical rain forests. This book teaches children how the plants and an...imals in a rain forest rely on one another to survive. It includes information on: rainforest photosynthesis; how rainforest plants and animals have adapted to survive; and dangers to rain forests and their inhabitants. read more
Describes different types of bears and their physiology, habitats, behavior, diet, and offspring.
Explains what a food chain is by describing the food chains seen in marshes and wetlands.
Sunflowers turn their heads to face sunlight, some plants close their flowers at night, and others move their heads to trap insect...s. Vines creep up the sides of trees or buildings, and some trees shoot down roots from seeds that grow above the ground. Animals also move in many ways. Animals with limbs walk, run, hop, leap, climb, dance, and crawl. Animals with wings fly, flap, soar, and glide. Animals that live in water swim, hover, dive, leap, porpoise, and breach. Young readers will become aware of the different ways in which plants and animals move, as well as learn new vocabulary about movement through questions and activities. read more
Illustrated rhyming text looks at pets of different sizes, from tiny mice to large dogs.
Best friends Toucan, Giraffe and Penguin all feel different in some way. Giraffe feels he is too tall, Penguin can't fly, and Touc...an is embarrassed by his big yellow beak. But they soon discover that they can use their differences to help their friends. Green Bananas are easy stories for readers ages four to six, a new level just below Blue Bananas. Each book contains full-color illustrations and three simple stories that are linked together. The use of simple vocabulary and speech bubbles make these the perfect introduction to the Bananas series. As their readings skills grow, children can move from one level to the next and read other exciting stories in the Blue, Red, and Yellow levels. read more
Illustrations and simple text describe how twelve different animals, including pandas, fruit bats, cheetahs, and gray whales, rais...e their young. read more