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180 Results
Pond circle —Franco, Betsy.

In the pond by Anna's house, a food chain begins with algae, which is eaten by a mayfly nymph, which is eaten by a beetle, which is eaten by a bullfrog....

The gift of the tree —Tresselt, Alvin, 1916-2000.

Traces the life cycle of an oak tree and describes the animals that depend on it for shelter and food.

Fire! —Godkin, Celia.

Tells the story of a lightning strike that sets off a fire in the forest. After the fire, life slowly returns to the forest as new plants germinate and burrowing creatures reemerge from underground.

Merhorses and bubbles —Citro, Asia, author.

Making a terrible discovery at the stream about a mysterious threat that is endangering its magical creatures, Zoey and Sassafras race against time to discover the source of the problem and save the Merhorse species.

And then the seed grew —Dubuc, Marianne, 1980- author, illustrator.

One morning, a seed unexpectedly appears in the garden that Jack and his friends call home. The seed starts to grow, sprouting a stem, leaves, and roots... Yvonne the mole, Colette the ant, and the Field Mouse family are...

The Octonauts and the great ghost reef —Meomi (Firm)

When the Octonauts, a team of eight animals who explore the ocean, discover a bleached and abandoned coral reef, they learn about the important relationships among animals, plants, and their habitats.

Pond —LaMarche, Jim, author, illustrator.

"A group of friends discovers a neglected pond in the woods and decides to fix it up together"-- Provided by publisher.

Pizazz —Henn, Sophy, author, illustrator.

Nine-year-old superhero Pizazz relates how difficult it is to be a superhero, especially when, after moving to a new school, she is made "eco prefect" for her class.

Frank Einstein and the Bio-Action Gizmo —Scieszka, Jon, author.

Boy genius and inventor Frank Einstein and his robot pals Klink (intelligent) and Klank (sort-of intelligent) study the science of ecology and conservation as they try to stop classmate and archrival T. Edison and his lo...

One white dolphin —Lewis, Gill.

When a baby albino dolphin caught in old fishing netting washes ashore, Paralympics sailing hopeful Felix and English school girl Kara work with veterinarians and specialists to save and reunite the dolphin with her moth...

What the sea saw —St. Pierre, Stephanie.

A lyrical introduction to the sea, its inhabitants, and its role in the world around it. Includes facts about the ecosystems of oceans and shorelines.

Children of the forest —Beskow, Elsa, 1874-1953, author, illustrator.

Recounts in verse the adventures of a family of small forest people throughout the four seasons.

The bug collector —Griffiths, Alex G, author, illustrator.

After George visits the Museum of Wildlife with Grandad, all he can think about is bugs! The very next day he goes out hunting, but he soon finds there are no more insects left in the garden, and the ones he has captured...

Amara and the bats —Reynolds, Emma, 1988- author, illustrator.

Amara loves bats, so when she learns there are none near her new home due to habitat loss, she overcomes her feelings of helplessness and inspires her community to take action. Includes facts about bats and bat houses.

Savanna showdown —Earhart, Kristin, author.

"When the teams take on the African savanna, the competition heats up, and Mari starts to feel the pressure. She's never been the strongest or the fastest racer. Sure, she knows almost everything about lions and rhinos a...

Dragonbreath —Vernon, Ursula, author, illustrator.

Danny Dragonbreath and his friend Wendell get an up-close underwater tour of the Sargasso Sea from Danny's sea-serpent cousin, encountering giant squid and mako sharks--and learn about standing up to bullies in the proce...

Crinkleroot's visit to Crinkle Cove —Arnosky, Jim.

Crinkleroot searches for his friend, a small orange snake, through a soggy shoreland woods to the lake, under lily pads, and on a grassy knoll full of frogs, examining the animals and plants along the way.

The story goes on —Fisher, Aileen, 1906-2002.

An illustrated poem about the cycle of life--bug eats plant, frog eats bug, snake eats frog, hawk eats snake, and so on.

This is the sea that feeds us —Baldwin, Robert F.

This cumulative rhyme portrays the ocean's intricate food web, with each verse introducing another hungry creature, from the tiny plankton up to a grateful family of humans.

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