by Burach, Ross
Readers will laugh themselves silly as they learn to find their inner calm and settle for sleep–even when they wake in the night–while also discovering the difference between nocturnal and diurnal animals.
by Petty, Dev
Metamorphosis brings astonishing and exciting changes to a pair of caterpillar friends, who take pride in being the same and different.
by Jinks, Jenny
This adorably illustrated story about a bee looking for flowers to pollinate will delight emergent readers while supporting and developing reading skills.
by Ransom, Candice F.
Uni has a new friend, a butterfly! First, Uni finds its cocoon and cares for it. It’s incredible to watch nature’s magic as the cocoon develops into and emerges as a butterfly. But Uni notices that the butterfly seems sad while other butterflies that are flying free seem really happy. So, it’s time to say goodbye and allow the butterfly the freedom it deserves.
by Barkley, Callie
Marion learns that there’s going to be a butterfly release event at the Santa Vista Arboretum. And she decides she wants to be a part of it! So she volunteers to spread the word and lead the arts and crafts table at the event. Even though none of her friends can make it, she hopes her younger sister, Gabby, will come. But then she remembers that Gabby is afraid of bugs. Can Marion help the butterflies and help Gabby get over her fear?
by Cartaya, Pablo
Facing a world dually altered by climate change and those who profit from it, Yolanda Cicerón will have to fight to save the last known beehive from extinction in this stirring new adventure by award-winning author Pablo Cartaya.
by Mister G
A captivating and child-friendly look at the extraordinary journey that monarch butterflies take each year from Canada to Mexico; with a text in both English and Spanish.
by Mangor, Jodie
Meet the pollinators! We can thank this very important group for many of the things we eat! These interesting insects, birds, mammals, and lizards all have a very important job: they help plants reproduce. Find out who pollinates what, and how.
by Raij, Emily
Plants make pollen so more plants can grow. The pollen needs to get from plant to plant. How does this happen? Let’s investigate pollination!
by Ritter, Matt
This educational and interactive picture book immerses the reader in the strange and interwoven lifecycles of the rainforest. The beautifully illustrated pages follow the journey of a fig seedling making its own roots and leaves, growing strong, and eventually replacing the giant tree that was its host.