A Nonfiction Science Series for Beginning Readers
Just try to keep these books on the shelves! Children can't resist "diving" into these brightly colored books to explore their favorite topics. Young scientists will examine plant parts and animal features "up close" and then turn the page to see how these smaller parts fit into the "bigger picture." Children will take a close-up view of the powerful ears of a bat, the thorny stem of a blackberry bush, the sticky tongue of a fly, and more. Also perfect for five-senses study, this 24-book series of books features outstanding photographs by renowned nature photographer Dwight Kuhn and easy-to-read text by award-winning children's author David M. Schwartz.
Includes 6 each of the following: 3001 At the Seashore, 3002 Underfoot, 3003 At the Pond, 3004 In the Desert, 3005 In the Meadow, 3006 In the Park, 3007 Among the Flowers, 3008 In the Garden, 3009 At the Zoo, 3010 In the Forest, 3011 In a Tree, and 3012 At the Farm.