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animal homes early nature book

In Animal Homes, we learn about where different animals live. This is a perfect early nature lesson for young children in early grades or kindergarten and can be combined with a nature walk to find different animal homes. This is a level 1 book from Pratham, recommended for beginner readers, or kindergarten children. Author: Ashwitha …

 
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Why Don't Birds Comb Their Hair? - Inspiring early nature projects about birds

Why Don’t Birds Comb Their Hair? Early nature projects about birds This is a cute book featuring a number of different bird types. This book can be a fun starting point for more research about birds. Author: Suchi Govindarajan, Illustrator: Anjora Noronha     Birds featured in this book: – Himalayan Monal – Eurasian Spoonbill …

 
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watch out the tiger is here short story for toddlers and early readers about tigers

The tiger is a big cat, and he needs to hunt often, but why does everyone know he is here? Find out in Watch Out the Tiger is Here, a short beautifully illustrated picturebook for young children about a tiger. This book is a creative commons book brought to us by Pratham and Storyweaver. The …

 
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wiggle_jiggle_caterpillar_butterfly_cute_picturebook

Wiggle-Jiggle is a cute and cuddly caterpillar story with very cute rhythm, rhyme, and repetition.  Young children will love this short, beautifully illustrated picturebook. Young children will love all the fun sound words along with the bright pictures, and the inevitable ending. Illustrated by: Megan Vermaak Written by: Mathapelo Mabaso Designed by: Chenél Ferreira Edited …

 
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Who ate all that up? Fun reading for young children

Who Ate All That Up? is a fun early reader, also providing some early lessons about the animals in the forest, biology and conservation. The cute illustrations, themes, and repetitive appearances of the ‘hungry wild boar’, will have children highly entertained. Author: Sejal Mehta Illustrator: Rohan Chakravarty This is a level one book, for beginner readers, brought to …

 
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Off to see spiders fun early biology lessons

In Off to See Spiders, we have a fun biology lesson about all the different types of spiders. Shama takes her two younger friends Kaveri and Shivi on a spider hunt. They find lots of different types of spiders, and Shama helps them learn about all the different names. The book combines some fun rhythm and …

 
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Children's book about death

Circles, a beautiful picture book about death in nature, provides a helpful introduction to the topic of death for young children. This is an ideal children’s book about death, if you need to help a pre-schooler understand about the impending or recent passing of a loved one, a family friend, or  pet. In Circles, we see …

 
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ranger forester nature theme early reader

In Ranger Forester, a nature theme early reader from bookbot, we learn about a park ranger who protects the animals and natural environment. Ranger Forester works out in the wild. It is his job to look after the animals and plants. Uh oh…Ranger Forester finds something that doesn’t belong in the forest. What is it, and …

 
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Grandpa's Garden Picture Book Cover

Grandpa Farouk has an amazing garden and when Amir visits, he loves helping out with all the tasks. This picture book is perfect for young early readers. Picture books help keep your little ones interest and attention, by introducing them new words and at the same time giving them wonderful and fun drawn pages Illustrated by …

 
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Lets-go-seed-collecting-cover-early-grades-biology

In Let’s Go Seed Collecting – biology for early grades, a fictional tale about two children and their dog out collecting seeds, we learn lots of non-fiction facts about seeds and plant life. A great introduction to biology topics for early grades, the picture book also contains some facts at the end about different types …

 
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