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I Can Name 50 Trees Today!

By: Bonnie Worth
illustrated by: Aristides Ruiz and Joe Mathieu

While stopping to admire some of the world’s most amazing trees, the Cat and Co. teach beginning readers how to identify different species from the shape of their crowns, leaves, lobes, seeds, bark,...

I Like Bugs

By: Margaret Wise Brown

I Like Stars

By: Margaret Wise Brown
illustrated by: Joan Paley

I like stars. Blue stars. Far stars. Shooting stars. I like stars!

I Saw a Bullfrog

By: Ellen Stern

Everyone knows what a bullfrog looks like . . . and a catfish. Don’t they? What if these creatures looked just like their names–half one animal and half another? Here’s an imaginary menagerie–from...

I See Seeds! (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat)

By: Golden Books
illustrated by: Aristides Ruiz

Join the Cat in the Hat and his friends Nick and Sally as they learn all about seeds and the things that can grow from them . . . in 3-D!

I, Galileo

By: Bonnie Christensen

Acclaimed author-illustrator Bonnie Christensen adopts the voice of Galileo and lets him tell his own tale in this outstanding picture book biography. The first person narration gives this book a friendly,...

Ice Age Cave Bear

By: Barbara Hehner
illustrated by: Mark Hallett

Giant cave bears were creatures to be feared–and revered. Thousands of years ago, early humans painted images of them on cave walls. By the end of the ice age, the last of the cave bears had died...

Ice Age Mammoth

By: Barbara Hehner
illustrated by: Mark Hallett

Its trumpeting cries blasted into the cold Siberian air. But its mighty struggles only pulled it deeper into the soft mud. . . .Could this have been the fate of the young woolly mammoth discovered more...

Ice Age Sabertooth

By: Barbara Hehner
illustrated by: Mark Hallett

The Ice Age Sabertooth kept its most formidable weapon right in its mouth—a pair of enormous curved teeth with serrated edges like steak knives, as long and as sharp as the teeth of a Tyrannosaurus...