The remarkable true story of how a young girl’s never-wavering fascination with the world’s tallest animal leads her to become the first giraffologist.
I Will Eat You!
Delightful illustrations, an intriguing layout, sturdy paper engineering, and fascinating front and back matter make this book perfect for sharing the concept of food chains to young readers, who will enjoy both guessing what might be a predator, and opening the gatefold to reveal the answer.
Maria Sibylla Merian
The first Merian biography written for ages 10 and up, this book will enchant budding scientists and artists alike. Readers will be inspired by Merian’s talent, curiosity, and grit and will be swept up in the story of her life, which was adventurous even by today’s standards.
Charles Darwin And The Mystery Of Mysteries
AN INTREPID VOYAGE. A GROUNDBREAKING THEORY. The life and work of oneof the world’s most influential scientists.Young readers of this altogether fascinating biography follow Charles Darwin not only on his journey aboard the HMS Beagle but also through the thinking that led him to his world-changing theory and most famous work, The Origin of th e Species. Complete with historical photographs and documented passages straight from Darwin’s personal diary, this engaging book ensures that a new generation of young readers will get to know one of the scientists who shaped our understanding of the world.
Charles Darwin’s Around-The-World Adventure
This gorgeous picture book biography follows Charles Darwin’s adventures in South America.
The Tree of Life: Charles Darwin
Presents the life of the famous nineteenth-century naturalist using text from Darwin’s writings and detailed drawings by Sis.
Charles Darwin: British Naturalist
Charles Darwin, born in the spring of 1809, seemed to be in ordinary child in upper middle class England. Though educated at Cambridge University with the idea of joining the priesthood, Darwin’s life took a whole new direction when he was offered an opportunity to participate in a government-sponsored, five-year voyage to South America and the Pacific to conduct surveys. His discoveries there laid the groundwork for a theory that would change the world.
The World’s Best Noses, Ears, and Eyes
Readers will be astounded and amused by this introduction to the strange and amazing world of seeing, hearing, and smelling in the animal kingdom.
Nowhere Else On Earth
You don’t have to live in the Great Bear Rainforest to benefit from its existence, but after you read Nowhere Else on Earth you might want to visit this magnificent part of the planet. Environmental activist Caitlyn Vernon guides young readers through a forest of information, sharing her personal stories, her knowledge and her concern for this beautiful place. Full of breathtaking photographs and suggestions for ways to preserve this unique ecosystem, Nowhere Else on Earth is a timely and inspiring reminder that we need to stand up for our wild places before they are gone.
Visit http://www.greatbearrainforest.ca to find teacher and student resources, view the online photo gallery, or read a sample chapter from the book. To access the free teacher’s guide for Nowhere Else on Earth, click here:http://orcabook.com/nowhereelseonearth/guides/teachersguide.pdf.
My Achy Body
Young children are full of questions about how their bodies work. With straightforward, easy-to-understand language and a playful attitude, Liza Fromer and Francine Gerstein MD have collaborated to create books packed with solid information about the intricacies of the human body. Their reassuring text describes the body’s various systems and supplies parents and caregivers with answers that will help them provide the accurate, age-appropriate information young children need.
My Achy Body describes the central nervous system. What is happening to us when we feel pain, and how does our body repair itself when we are hurt?