Have you ever wondered how some of nature’s smallest creatures spend their days? Here’s your chance to take a scientifically accurate peek at the world from their point of view. The striking illustrations and lively story-line in this book follow a pill bug as it hunts for food, faces its enemies, and interacts with humans. This book pairs well with lessons on forest ecology, compost, and soil health.
Spring has arrived and pollen is in the air. Baby Bear does not like the pollen-it sticks to his fur and makes him itchy and sneezy. He’s allergic! Achoo! He just wishes the pollen were gone. When his friends gather to tell him why they need pollen, Baby Bear learns that pollen is good for the forest and provides food for many animals, including him! Pollen might be something we all love to hate, but can we really live without it? This story explains why we need it. This title is also available in Spanish.
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When the sunshine pours like warm honey from the sky, it’s time to tend Grandpa’s bees. This day his granddaughter lends a hand, and she is treated to a spectacular show. The swarming bees whirl and twirl like a big buzzing cloud until they finally cluster on the limb of a tree. Then it’s up to granddaughter to bring the bees down and move them into their new hive, which she does with great care. Grandpa is proud. His granddaughter proves to be “a fine keeper of bees.” This book needs to be returned.
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Out of more than 500 bee species in Oregon, this poster selects 18 bees including specie names and a detailed picture. Students will be shocked when they see what these many bee species look like and how they differ. This poster does not need to be returned.
This engaging bilingual picture book about migration combines the wonder of nature with the places we carry in our hearts.
Este libro bilingüe y encantador sobre la migración combina la maravilla de la naturaleza con los lugares que nosotros traemos en nuestroz corazones.
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When a little girl moves to a new town, she finds a place called Butterfly Park. But when she opens the gate, there are no butterflies. Determined to lure the butterflies in, the girl inspires her entire town to help her. And with their combined efforts, soon the butterflies—and the girl—feel right at home. Let this book inspire you to plant a pollinator garden at your school and/or in your classroom!
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In “Honey Bees: Letters From the Hive,” bee expert Stephen Buchmann takes readers on an incredible tour. Enter a beehive–one part nursery, one part honey factory, one part queen bee sanctum–then fly through backyard gardens, open fields, and deserts where wildflowers bloom. This book needs to be returned.
Sophie lives in the city, and her vegetables come from the supermarket. Then she goes to visit her grandparents in the countryside — and soon discovers how much there is to learn about how things grow!
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This student magazine teaches about a real-world issue facing our Nation’s forests and trees. The accompanying teaching guide contains two hands-on lessons and skill-building worksheets to build upon science concepts in the magazine. This resource does not need to be returned.
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This very fun and wonderfully illustrated book will help students discover how plants work. From germination all the way to photosynthesis with the help of amazing illustrations, cutaway views, magnified insects and detailed photographs. This book will need to be returned.