KCLS Recommends: Children's - Grades K-1
Annotation:A lyrical, illustrated look at the water cycle, showing how water rises to the clouds and is rained back down again to be used by plants, people, and every living thing. E551.48 LYO
Annotation:A lion, a great white shark, and a timber wolf, all meat-eaters who have been hurt by the cruelty of plant-eaters, form a support group which has limited success until their newest member, a great horned owl, shares some advice.
Annotation:Full-color, illustrated photographs explain each stage in a baby panda's life, describing how the Wolong Giant Panda Breeding Center in China is helping to preserve and increase the panda population.
Annotation:A game of hide and seek on the farm goes awry when Millie gets stuck in her hiding place at the top of a tree. But when the farmer and all the other animals try to help, they get stuck as well.
Annotation:Lucha Libre champion Niño has no trouble fending off monstrous opponents, but when his little sisters awaken from their naps, he is in for a no-holds-barred wrestling match that will truly test his skills.
Annotation:Presents brightly colored photograph illustrations that demonstrate the three primary colors and three secondary colors, as well as brown, pink, black, white, gray, silver, and gold.
Annotation:Just as Lewis the mouse is settling into his near-perfect home for the winter, still wondering what is missing, he hears noises and must roar to scare away whatever horrid creature is scratching and tapping at his tree.
Annotation:With type set in three columns and three colors for easy readability, each short, rhymed story in a collection invites two readers to read their own parts and then read the type in the center column together.
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