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Books

How Do Lions Say I Love You?

By: Diane Muldrow
Illustrated by: David Walker

Lions say "I love you" with a purr and a cuddle.Wolves say "I love you" with a howl and a huddle.Bears like to say it with a kiss on the muzzle.A mama cow says it with a lick and a nuzzle. . . .Sweet,...

Whales: The Gentle Giants

By: Joyce Milton

Illus. in full color. "Milton understands what kids like about whales, and packs a considerable amount of information into the book. This easy-reader leaps with appeal."--Bulletin, Center for Children's...

Call of the Wild! (Dinosaur Train)

By: Mona Miller
illustrated by: Jason Fruchter

The Jim Henson Company's hit PBS television series Dinosaur Train features Buddy, Tiny, Shiny, Don, and lots of other lovable dinosaur characters. Filled with humor and facts designed to appeal to preschool...


Wild, Wild Wolves

By: Joyce Milton

Illus. in full color. A fascinating introduction to the world of wolves, one of nature's most enduring and misunderstood creatures. Wolf-pack behavior, body language, and the meaning of howls are all demystified...

Bears Are Curious

By: Joyce Milton
illustrated by: Christopher Santoro

Bears are curious, and so are kids! In this sweet Step into Reading, kids can follow a mother bear and her two cubs from winter hibernation to summer sun through an entire year. Kids will learn simple...

Wild, Wild Wolves

By: Joyce Milton

Illus. in full color. A fascinating introduction to the world of wolves, one of nature's most enduring and misunderstood creatures. Wolf-pack behavior, body language, and the meaning of howls are all demystified...


Black Gold

By: Albert Marrin

Oil is not pretty, but it is a resource that drives the modern world.  It has made fortunes for the lucky few and provided jobs for millions of ordinary folks.Thick and slippery, crude oil has an...


Resources

Velma Gratch and the Way Cool Butterfly

By: Alan Madison
illustrated by: Kevin Hawkes

It's hard to be Velma, the littlest Gratch, entering the first grade. That's because everyone has marvelous memories of her two older sisters, who were practically perfect first graders. Poor Velma—people...

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