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SERIES: Monstrous Manners
The “monsters” in this series behave, well, monstrously—until they learn their manners, that is! Each monster is unaware of his or her bad behavior, but gets gently corrected by an older sibling or friend. By the end of each narrative nonfiction story, the “monster” starts to behave, and the surprise ending will delight readers. A good manners review page at the end reinforces the lessons learned throughout the story.
SERIES: Grow Your Food
If you really wanted to grow a pizza, you’d need a wheat field, a cow, a pig, a vegetable garden… and you’d run out of room quickly! The sensible narrator advises each child gardener to start small, and they all gain an appreciation for fresh ingredients by the end of each book. Each title features a kid-friendly recipe featuring some of the freshly-grown ingredients.
Do You Really Want to Meet . . .?: Do You Really Want to Meet a Hippopotamus?
A boy travels to Africa, observes hippopotamuses in the wild, and learns how dangerous they can be when defending their herds. Includes range map, glossary, and further resources.
Do You Want to Visit the Solar System?: Do You Really Want to Visit Neptune?
A child astronaut takes an imaginary trip to Neptune and the outer reaches of the solar system, learns about the harsh conditions on the planet, and decides that Earth is a good home after all. Includes solar system diagram, Neptune vs. Earth fact chart, and glossary.
Who Made My Lunch?: From Wheat to Bread
<p>A child wonders where bread comes from and learns about the jobs of a wheat farmer, a miller, and a baker in a bread factory as they describe the steps in bread-making. This illustrated narrative nonfiction book includes world map of where wheat is grown, glossary, and further resources.</p>
Keeping Cities Clean: Follow that Paper!: A Paper Recycling Journey
A child tosses old homework paper into a recycling bin and the story follows that paper through the process of recycling until it becomes usable paper again. Includes "Recycle it Yourself" activity and further resources.
Do You Want to Visit Earth's Biomes?: Do You Really Want to Visit a Coral Reef?
A child goes on a deep-sea diving adventure in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, learning about the ocean, and encountering animals and plants that make their homes in this biome. Includes world map of coral reefs and glossary.
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Lamb: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Lamb
When a little girl gets the words mixed up to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and Mary Had a Little Lamb, Star loves being Mary's new beloved pet. But Lamb doesn't appreciate his new "starring" role. Will the mix-up ever be set right?
Do You Want to Visit the Solar System?: Do You Really Want to Visit Saturn?
A child astronaut takes an imaginary trip to Saturn, learns about the harsh conditions on the gas planet, and decides that Earth is a good home after all. Includes solar system diagram, Saturn vs. Earth fact chart, and glossary.
Who Made My Lunch? (paperback): From Cocoa Beans to Chocolate
<p>A child wonders where chocolate comes from and learns about cocoa farmers and how cocoa beans are harvested in West Africa and chocolate makers and how cocoa beans are made into chocolate at at factory. This illustrated narrative nonfiction book includes a map of where cocoa trees are grown, glossary, and further resources.</p>