10 Books About Observing Nature
Leaving the den as the weather warms, Baby Bear discovers blue birds, red strawberries, orange butterflies, and other colorful things in nature.
PICTURE BOOK Wolff, A.
As he hops along a little rabbit wonders what it would be like to be green as grass, tall as fir trees, hard as rocks, and flutter like butterflies.
PICTURE BOOK Henkes, K.
A little girl's pets jump in and out of a backyard pond as readers are challenged to observe and count the animals.
PICTURE BOOK Jonas, A.
A mother and child plant a rainbow of flowers in the family garden, from orange poppies to purple violets.
PICTURE BOOK Ehlert, L.
This beautifully photographed poem inspires readers to be still and look closely at the world just outside the door.
PICTURE BOOK Frost, H.
Explores in words and pictures different ways of seeing and experiencing trees.
PICTURE BOOK Reid, B.
All the other birds share their different songs, but the mother nesting bird stays quiet and still while sitting on her eggs.
PICTURE BOOK Gray, R.
Celebrates the shape of a spiral in nature, from rushing rivers to flower buds and even the shape of an ear.
PICTURE BOOK Sidman, J.
From dazzling lapis lazuli to volcanic snowflake obsidian, this poetic book describes the incredible variety of rocks on Earth and how they move through the rock cycle.
CHILDREN 552 A856 2012
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Become an insect detective and find out just what the insects around you are up to! An enticing, fact-filled invitation to explore the world of insects.
CHILDREN 595.7 V872 2010