A simple explanation of the structure of the heart and how it works.
A family runs into difficulty when preparing for a trip in their van.
A caterpillar and a young goose become great friends, but as they grow up they undergo changes which separate them for awhile.
Describes the formation and characteristics of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks and how to recognize and collect them.
Mouse hears a rumor that snakes do not like mice and while trying to avoid his former friend, Snake, he falls into a hole from which neither Hedgehog, Squirrel, nor Rabbit can help him out.
Rosie the fox's excellent sense of smell is good for finding things, but she stops using it after everyone begins to call her "Nosy Rosie."
Pearl's birthday skates have a single blade and learning to use them is harder than she expects.
Explains the concept of a food chain and how plants, animals, and humans are ecologically linked.
An introduction to one of the curiosities of the sea--the multi-tentacled, highly intelligent octopus.
Discusses the importance of trees as sources of food, oxygen, and other essential things.
Miranda and Mama spend a fun day at the beach building castles and catching sand crabs, and Miranda learns that just like the sand and the sea, she and her mother will always be together.
When Caruso, a little bird who is afraid to fly, is blown out of his home one windy night, he must rely on a new friend, a dog named Sophie, to take him back to his parents.
Describes the characteristics of snow, its usefulness to plants and animals, and the hazards it can cause.
Simple text tells how Dan helps Pam find her lost hat.
Henry makes fun of his cousin Newton for always wearing his hat, but the hat comes in handy for Henry's sister Wizzie.
After seeing how arguing affects the other animals, Cecil figures out how to plant a garden that he and his friends can all enjoy.
Lee fears he has lost his pet cat Flora, until Flora returns with a new family.
Illustrations and simple rhyming text describe what a child sees around the house and garden.
Describes the metamorphosis from tadpole to frog.
A variety of different bugs compare their relative sizes while going on parade.