177 pages , Teachers College Press , 2015-04-25 This is a compelling, eye-opening portrait of two communities in Philadelphia with drastically different economic resources. Over the course of their10-year investigation, the authors of this important new work came to understand that this disparity between affluence and poverty has created a knowledge gap--far more importa...[Read More]
32 pages , Turtleback , 2005-03-01 In this collection of haiku poems, a young girl walks through a Japanese garden and discovers many delights, from one leaf to ten stone lanterns. Includes notes about Japanese religion and philosophy.
Everbind , 2009-07-01 This clear and appealing discussion explains how earth's plants & animals interact to continually recycle water, oxygen and the minerals that are the basis of all food. --Horn Book Guide
26 pages , Dawn Publications , 2021-04 Learning becomes fun with this book about the ecosystem and animals of the jungle! In Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme, amazing artwork will inspire children in classrooms and at home to appreciate ecology, environment, and world around us! The perfect jungle animal book, Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme introduces habit...[Read More]
464 pages , Hodder Children's Books , 2019-10-03 A stunning collection of new and classic poems from around the world celebrating the diversity of life on our green and blue planet, to be shared with all the family. With new poems from Raymond Antrobus, Mona Arshi, Kate Tempest, Hollie McNish and Sabrina Mahfouz. Dive into this book and be swept away on a journey around ...[Read More]
40 pages , Macmillan , 2003-04 From the author and illustrator of "The Scrambled States of America" comes this deliciously imaginative story about a doughnut named Arnie who sets out to change the fate of all doughnuts. Full color.
32 pages , Walker Childrens , 2008-10-01 The trouble with dragons is . . . they're ruining the planet! They're chopping down trees to make way for their houses, fishing out the oceans, eating and drinking everything in sight. It's only a matter of time before the seas rise and the deserts expand, and once that happens, all the animals pack up and leave-except for the dra...[Read More]
627 pages , 1996 J. William T. Youngs headed the research staff who interviewed over 200 citizens and reviewed thousands of pages of records, in order to write this definitive history of Spokane, its people, and the first ever Environmental World's Fair to be ratified by the Bureau of International Expositions in Paris. This comprehensive history of a midsize western American ci...[Read More]
38 pages , Sky Pony , 2020-01-07 A New York Times bestseller that TODAY calls “beautiful” and “stunning!” This interactive book immerses children in a fun and unique journey. Jump aboard the White Feather Flier, a magical plane that can go wherever you want! Just press a button printed on the page, and point the plane up in the air to fly, or down to land it! Fly...[Read More]
208 pages , Random House Books for Young Readers , 2021-02-23 Our planet is heating up, and it needs your help! If you want to learn to reduce your carbon footprint and cool the Earth, here are practical tips and projects that make a difference! Are you concerned about climate change? The bad news is, global warming is a real problem that won't go away on its own. But th...[Read More]