Chick learns that chickens are descended from dinosaurs and is inspired to be brave!
A butterfly lands in the city and, with her new friends, helps build a city garden and thrives there.
A three-legged dog finds his boy and his home (based on a real rescue story).
Colorful, cartoon-like illustrations accompany this story of a pet snake who proves to be far more than meets the eye.
A family of four and Poppy, their fearful Dalmatian, seek the perfect pirate boat ride.
In this far-fetched, rhyming tall tale, an intrepid girl reporter tries to lure away the squirrels invading her town.
When Ellie gets a starring role in the spring play, she neglects her friends and the animals in the Critter Club shelter.
The rescue of a Saint Bernard puppy leads Amy and her friends to start an animal rescue center.
Larger-than-life, exaggerated illustrations and some well-chosen words tell the tale of fighting a lice infestation.
Henry draws a map of his beloved farmyard, but when the animals move, is his map still accurate?
Piggie decides she is a frog and Gerald worries about his friend and himself, until he finds out what it means to pretend.
Humorous animated illustrations follow an ox that refuses to stay on his assigned page as "number 1", causing chaos in this hilarious math romp.
Cindy Lou insists that Ernest's lovable giant crocodile is dangerous, until she gets a surprise comeuppance.
Silent nine-year-old Phillip moves next door with his aunt and uncle. It takes the warmth of Zoe's family and a dog who loves him to get him talking.
Bold colors and expressive faces portray primates in this surprising counting books.
In a burst of brilliant colors, the parrots of Puerto Rico are presented in ingenious cut-paper and fabric collages.
Large mixed-media illustrations show Python warming up, molting, hunting, and reproducing.
Discover the surprisingly active life of a gray seal as it dives deep into the sea in search of food.
Learn why okapis, turkeys, cactus bees, and many other animals have stripes.
Hope finds a butterfly and learns to identify and care for it in this story of the life cycle of a monarch. Photographs show its development at each stage.
In the 1950s, when the bald eagle was in danger of extinction, a ranger placed an egg from Alaska in a local nest in the hope that it would be adopted.
The first summer of a litter of foxes is described in detail.
Travel along with Scout as she leaves the hive in search of a nectar and pollen to make delicious honey.
Lush illustrations in tempera, watercolor, and pencil illuminate facts about various frogs around the world.
Learn how humpback whales are born, nurture their young, behave in pods, and migrate - and how we can protect them.
How many sets of antlers will a caribou grow and shed in a lifetime? How many egg sacs will a spider spin? Includes math challenges.
Full-page and close-up labeled illustrations bring common and unique facts about beavers and their habitats to life.
What animal would you be like if your finger bones reached your feet? If you had no arms? Guess and compare your skeleton to other animals'.