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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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Every Tree Counts is a counting book with 10 different types of trees. Enjoy sharing the attributes of the different tree types with your child as you count each type of tree. Learning nature studies and counting all at once. This is a level 2 book from Pratham’s Storyweaver suited for young readers who love …

 
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A Walk Among Trees – STEM Biology Topic for Grade School Kids Trees have been growing on our planet well before human beings appeared on it. Without their comforting shade and tasty fruit, our earth would be quite a barren place. Take a walk among trees in the King’s orchard to savour the taste, the …

 
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sharks

Sharks – A short non-fiction book about Sharks, perfect for introducing young children to non-fiction books, or school projects and self-study for early grades. Another great non-fiction Creative Commons book from Mustard Seed, approximately 300 words. By: Mustard Seed, Elizabeth Kim See this book also in Spanish here: https://freekidsbooks.org/los-tiburones-sharks-spanish-version/ Text and Images from Sharks Sharks are a kind of …

 
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wildlife in a city pond - conservation picture book

Wildlife in a City Pond is a a level 4 picture from Pratham’s storyweaver platform. Wetlands in any city are seen mostly as wasteland, waiting to be built over. It takes a tireless environmentalist to show us what city ponds really are – magically rich ecosystems worth preserving. Based on a real-life experience, here is …

 
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sunflower

Sunflowers – A short non-fiction book about Sunflowers. Another great non-fiction Creative Commons book from Mustard Seed, approx. 150 words. This book will teach children facts about sunflowers, how it grow and how long it will grow. Children will be surprise to know that they can eat a part of this flower. By: Elizabeth Kim, MustardSeed …

 
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clouds

Clouds – An excellent look at clouds from a middle grade perspective, with lots of facts, and review questions and activities at the end. Another great non-fiction book from Open Equal Free’s literacy anywhere library, categorised as Level 3 by OEF. By: Aleyna La Croix, Michael A Jones     Text and Images from Clouds Clouds …

 
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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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fungus

Fungus – An exciting and beautifully photographed non-fiction book about all types of mushrooms: or fungi. A great topic for school science projects. Another great Creative Commons book from Open Equal Free, categorised by OEF as Level 2, suitable for Grade 2 to Grade 3, seven to eight year old children. By: Megan Smith, Elissa Alvey, Dane …

 
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