A fiction picture book full of rhythm, rhyme, and mapping.
El Niño and La Niña: Weather in the Headlines
Middle Grade Nonfiction Book
Home At Last: A Song of Migration
Caribou, lobsters, warblers, arctic terns, and many other animals have two homes and migrate in between. Join migration creatures on their journey and rejoice when they reach their destination with the soothing refrain “home at last.” This bedtime book, which has many layers of meaning, is also a great classroom book for the study of fluency, voice, and refrain.
Splish, Splash, Animal Baths
A school library edition photo picture book.
The Seven Continents series
Middle school students can learn the ecology of each continent in depth with this series of books: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. Continue reading “The Seven Continents series”
Put On Some Antlers And Walk Like a Moose
A middle grade nonfiction book about field scientists and how they study animals.
Endangered Birds of North America
A middle grade nonfiction book published by Twenty-First Century Books. Part of the Scientific American Sourcebooks Series.
Hummingbirds: The Sun Catchers
A 142-page natural history book for grownups co-authored with Jeff Sayre. Full color photographs provided by a variety of photographers. The species accounts cover North American species north of Mexico. This book discusses the biology and ecology of hummingbirds.
If You Should Hear a Honey Guide
Follow the honey guide as she leads you through the African landscape to a sweet rewared. Symbiosis, Africa, birds, zebras, bees, and honey all show up in this award-winning nonfiction picture book about the honey guide, a unique bird that has an extraordinary relationship with people.
Also available in a French edition: L’oiseau a Miel, Archimede publishing, Paris.