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About insects - a guide for children by Sill, Cathryn P., 1953- author

About insects - a guide for children

Describes the anatomy, behavior, and habitat of various insects. Includes: Dogbane Leaf Beetle, Eastern Velvet Ant, Giant Stag Beetle, Praying Mantis, Monarch Butterfly, Virginia Ctenuchid Moth, Black Horse Fly, Southeastern Lubber Grasshopper, Common Whitetail, Giant Walkingstick, Gladiator meadow Katydid, Whirligig Beetle, Silverfish, Honeybee, Luna Moth, German Cockroach, Convergent Ladybug Beetle (with aphid), Mayfly.

Oct 9, 2015
Alphabet school by Johnson, Stephen, 1964-

Alphabet school

Explore the alphabet in everyday objects found at school in this dazzling picture book. A classroom companion to celebrated artist Stephen Johnson's Caldecott Honor book Alphabet City, this alphabet book is a tour de force in the genre. There is much more to this book than meets the eye!

Oct 9, 2015
Foreman Farley has a backhoe by Goebel, Jenny, author.

Foreman Farley has a backhoe

Foreman Farley has to build a new school. What does he need? A crane, a bulldozer, a dump truck, and more! Can he get the job done?

Oct 9, 2015
Foreman Frankie is handy by Goebel, Jenny.

Foreman Frankie is handy

"Foreman Frankie is paving a new highway. To do so, Foreman Frankie and his crew need to mix concrete, pour a layer of asphalt, and make sure the road is very smooth. Sing along to the tune of 'Yankee Doodle' as you read the book and see how quickly Foreman Frankie and his crew can pave the highway!"--

Oct 9, 2015
From seed to pumpkin by Pfeffer, Wendy, 1929- author.

From seed to pumpkin

Oct 9, 2015
The circus alphabet by Bronson, Linda.

The circus alphabet

Simple rhyming text and illustrations present some aspect of the circus for each letter from A to Z.

Oct 9, 2015
What in the world? - numbers in nature by Day, Nancy Raines, author.

What in the world? - numbers in nature

"A rhyming nonfiction picture book that explores the numerical sets--one tail, two paws, four legs, etc.--that occur throughout the natural world."--

Oct 2, 2015