Losing his enthusiasm for jumping when he notices his bigger bear friend can jump higher, Bunny enlists the support of readers in following interactive prompts to do what he loves in his own way. By the creator of Bunny Will Not Be Quiet.
Featuring insights from the aviator’s great-nephew, an uplifting picture book account of the life of the first African American pilot to fly across the United States describes Banning’s Oklahoma farm childhood and the barriers that challenged his historic achievement.
"A combined history of the Hawaiian islands and the native Kamehameha butterfly up to and including current-day efforts of Hawai'i's Pulelehua Project, a group of professional and citizen scientists working to restore the butterfly's declining habitats and population. An Afterword with additional information, photographs, and source list is included"
Knowing that the cells from the arms she was born without created her detective-worthy brain, third grader Aven Green finds the limits of her perceptiveness challenged by two cases involving her teacher’s missing lunch and the disappearance of her great-grandmother’s dog.
An introduction to 12 species that use camouflage to survive combines engaging scientific facts with natural-world artwork, while sumptuously detailed seek-and-find spreads offer interactive ways to apply new reader knowledge.
A picture book biography of the renowned Native American potter describes how she learned the art form under the guiding hands of her aunt before discovering an aesthetic new firing technique that rendered her creations famous.
A whimsically stylized picture book celebration of the 40th anniversary of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back is presented from the firsthand perspective of Jedi Master Yoda and shares playful, empowering advice for how to use the Force.
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