All the third graders are involved in research projects about endangered animals, but some of the students face obstacles.
A butterfly lands in the city and, with her new friends, helps build a city garden and thrives there.
Vivid mixed-media illustrations highlight how eight volcanoes grow and shape their landscapes.
Can you guess what each thing growing in the garden is? Turn each page to see if you are right and find a delicious, easy recipe.
When Hurricane Katrina destroys the Marine Life Oceanarium, eight dolphins find themselves in the Gulf of Mexico. Can they be found?
Photographs chronicle a school's communal garden through the seasons, demonstrating the work and joy of growing food.
Where does chocolate come from? This description takes you along the many steps from candy bar back to cocoa beans - with commentary by two humorous bookworms.
A snow leopard teaches her cubs to survive in the harsh Pakistan Hindu Kush mountain range.
Kate Sessions didn't let being a girl stop her from exploring and learning. As an adult, she grew trees provide delectable details, such as which seeds would yield plants that could thrive in San Diego's arid climate.
Colorful digital posters with captions provide unusual facts about tigers, polar bears, flamingos and more.
A family trip to the woods, including a hike, a picnic, and swimming, packs a lot of fun into one day.
A father and son look for deer in the dunes, marshes and woods on a summer vacation. Can they be quiet enough?
Children explore the forest through beautiful poems that whisper its truths.
Wintry mixed-media illustrations help convey all the wonders of nature found outside a young boy's window on a cold frosty night.