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I'll Wait, Mr. Panda

Author: Steve Antony Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: Scholastic Press Interest Level: Preschool Rating: Excellent Review Mr. Panda is making a surprise. His friends are very curious about what the

Giraffes Ruin Everything

Girafes Ruin E ver ything Ariel Woodbury 0 1 0 Thi s Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the All Journals at BYU ScholarsArchive. It has been accepted for inclusion in

Stickmen's Guide to Oceans in Layers

Explore the depths of the ocean through the sunlight zone, twilight zone, midnight zone, black abyss, and the ocean trenches. Each layer of the ocean is explored as readers learn about the life that is found there, each habitat's characteristics, and how humans influence or study each particular area.

Treasure Hunts: Pyramid Puzzles

While visiting an ancient pyramid in Egypt you are trapped inside by a sand storm! To get out of the pyramid you must avoid booby traps and solve puzzles in order to find your way.

Duck on a Tractor

on a Tractor Author: David Shannon Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: The Blue Sky Press Interest Level: Excellent Rating: Preschool Review Duck has a wild idea. One day he sees a tractor and

The Great American Dust Bowl

hTe Gr Ariel Woodbury 0 0 Thi s Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the All Journals at BYU ScholarsArchive. It has been accepted for inclusion in Children's Book and Media ... American Dust Bowl Author: J. D. Rinehart Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Interest Level: Intermediate Rating: Outstanding Review The settlers of the Great Plains replaced

Billions of Bricks: A Counting Book About Building

Dirty bricks, new bricks, rough bricks, and red bricks; there are ton and TONS of bricks! Come count them by two’s and by ten’s as constructions workers make bricks and turn them into roads, houses and libraries.

SMASH! Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe with the Large Hadron Collider

Gemeinhart Illustrator: Jeff Weigel Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: Graphic Universe Publication Year: 2017 ISBN: 9781467785518 Number of Pages: 72 Interest Level: Young Adult Rating: Dependable Review

What Is It Made Of? Noticing Types of Materials

Ms. Sampson's class learns about different kind of materials and what we use to make things. Materials have different uses and textures. The class goes on a scavenger hunt to find different types of materials around them. They notice similarities between different materials they find.

Information Graphics: Space

What is the universe? How did it begin and how did it evolve to what it is today? This book covers seven key topics of astronomy including the universe, galaxies and stars, the solar system, the sun, the earth and the moon, observing space, and our exploration of space. Each section illustrates the main concepts of the topic. For example, the chapter about the universe answers...

Boom! Boom! Boom!

The thunder booms outside and no one wants to be alone. A little boy is joined under the covers by his animals friends, one by one, until the bed can't hold them all! The bed breaks and everyone scatters, leaving the little boy and his teddy bear to sleep alone at last. The story has a rhyming narrative that counts along as the number of animals in the boy's bed increases with...

When Will It Rain? Noticing Weather Patterns

Mr. Davis's class is doing a weather project. They observe and record the weather to look for patterns. A meteorologist visits the class and teaches them about air pressure, hurricanes, and tools she uses to predict the weather.

Saturday with Daddy

Little elephant wakes up his dad on Saturday morning so they can run errands and prepare for a barbecue. They shop for marshmallows, hot dogs, charcoal, and a shiny red grill. After they get home, little elephant helps his dad to assemble the grill and cook hot dogs for lunch in their matching red aprons. Once they have finished their hot dogs, they toast some marshmallows and...

Best Frints in the Whole Universe

Yelfred and Omek are from planet Boborp where they have been best frints since they were little blobbies. They eat yunch together, play eye ball, and share their blurfday gifts. But sometimes they get into fights doing things together. Yelfred gets a spaceship for his blurfday. He tells Omek that he can't drive it because he'll crash it. Omek decides to drive it anyways and...

Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt

Winter is ending and a young girl and her Nana start dreaming up plans for their garden. The spring sun melts the snow, but the soil is still too cold and wet to start planting so they wait while the bugs wake up and start working down in the dirt. As the seasons change, they fertilize the soil, plant seeds, and water the garden while the bugs and animals chew up old leaves...

Bug Patrol

Author: Denise Dowling Mortensen Illustrator: Cece Bell Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: Clarion Books Interest Level: Preschool Rating: Excellent Review Captain Bob is on Bug Patrol right at 9 AM

How to Find a Fox

This little girl is on a mission to find a fox! But when looking in a fox hole and leaving fox bait out doesn't work, she decides to try a different approach. After spending the day searching for a fox, the girl is very tired. She takes a rest and discovers that sometimes the fox wants to find you instead! How to Find a Fox is a fantastic book. The sneaky fox eludes the little...

Saturday with Daddy

Little elephant wakes up his dad on Saturday morning so they can run errands and prepare for a barbecue. They shop for marshmallows, hot dogs, charcoal, and a shiny red grill. After they get home, little elephant helps his dad to assemble the grill and cook hot dogs for lunch in their matching red aprons. Once they have finished their hot dogs, they toast some marshmallows and...