Desert Night Desert Day

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Rio Chico #ad - The desert is an amazing place filled with secrets and surprises. Children and adults will have fun looking for the quail hidden in every illustration. Desert night desert day brings the best of the desert out from the shadows with warm and enticing illustrations for kids to enjoy over and over. Spengler team up to bring the desert to life with lively verse and colorful illustrations.

Desert Night Desert Day #ad - Fredericks and artist Kenneth J. The back of the book is packed with excellent infrmation about the fascinating creatures that call the desert home. Popular nature author Anthony D.

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Why Oh Why Are Deserts Dry?: All About Deserts Cat in the Hat's Learning Library

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Random House Books for Young Readers #ad - In this latest installation of the cat in the hat's learning Library, the Cat takes Sally and Dick to explore different kinds of deserts around the world,   from the hot, dry Sonoran and Mojavi to the bitter cold Gobi and Antarctica. Young readers learn why deserts are dry, penguins, kangaroos, roadrunners, and how plants and animals—including cactus, camels, and many others—have adapted to survive the unforgiving climate.

Also included: how sand dunes are formed; the reason we see mirages, and how shallow water beneath the surface of the ground can create an oasis. Fans of the new pbs preschool science show the cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! which is based on the Learning Library series won't want to miss this hot new addition to the series!

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Cactus Hotel Rise and Shine

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Square Fish #ad - There is never a vacancy in the cactus hotel. This story--about a desert, a giant cactus, and the animals who live in it--is one that even the youngest child will understand and enjoy. Parents' choice awardira-cbc teachers' choicean nsta-cbc outstanding Science Trade BookAn NCTE Notable Trade Book in the Language Arts Henry Holt Company.

It is their hotel in the desert!Many different animals live in the cactus hotel. When they get tired they stop to rest at a giant cactus. It is another hot day in the desert. When one animal moves out, another moves in. It protects them; and they protect it, by eating the pests that could harm the cactus. The cactus grows larger and larger and will live for about two hundred years.

Cactus Hotel Rise and Shine #ad - . Birds and other animals scurry about looking for food.

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Mountain Night, Mountain Day

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Rio Chico Books for Children #ad - Mountain night mountain Day uncovers how the fascinating animals of the mountains live around the clock. Hidden animals in each page spread make this a fun and interactive book for children! Henry Holt Company. They are alive with chatter, song, splashing, soaring, and scurrying. The mountains teem with life, day and night.

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Way Out in the Desert

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Cooper Square Publishing Llc FBA-|275419 #ad - If you remember singing over in the Meadow as a child, now you can give your children their own memories of this timeless tune. This toe-tapping text will have you singing along with the lovable creatures of the desert in no time! Filled with vibrant illustrations of many of the charming plants and animals that call the Sonoran Desert home, Way Out in the Desert is a wonderful teaching tool that takes you on a trip down memory lane.

Henry Holt Company. So take a child on a trip where Way out in the desert having fun in the sun lived a mother horned toad and her little toady one.

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Deserts

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Holiday House #ad - An introduction to the characteristics of deserts and the plants and animals that inhabit them. Used book in Good Condition. Henry Holt Company.

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Creatures of the Desert World

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National Geographic Children's Books #ad - Look closely under rocks and plants to find the shade seekers. As children learn about these creatures and their arid yet beautiful habitat, they are given the opportunity to use pull tabs to make birds fly, snakes slither, and pack rats play. Whether or not they are reading yet, birds of prey, children are sure to love this multitiered pop-up book, teeming with gorgeously illustrated saguaro cacti, and other Sonoran Desert mainstays.

Creatures of the Desert World #ad - The story bounces around from animal to animal with the large cast including mountain lions, roadrunners, and rattlesnakes. Used book in Good Condition. An interactive pop-up book about desert animals that’s as educational as it is fun!   This National Geographic Action Book takes readers through a day in the Sonoran Desert, starting with the kestrel’s morning flight and ending with night prowlers hunting under a full moon.

The text also prompts readers to seek out hidden animals like foxes and Gila monsters taking refuge from the hot sun. Henry Holt Company. Used book in Good Condition.

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Desert Giant: The World of the Saguaro Cactus Tree Tales

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Sierra Club Books for Children #ad - Gila woodpeckers and miniature elf owls make their homes inside the saguaro's trunk. Readers will come away with a better understanding of and a lasting respect for this accomodating giant of the desert. People also play a role in the saguaro's story: each year the Tohono O'odham Indians gather its sweet fruit in a centuries-old harvest ritual.

A venerable saguaro cactus stands like a statue in the hot desert landscape, its armlike branches reaching fifty feet into the air. In this first volume of sierra club books' tree Tales series, a simple, easy-to-read text and appealing drawings document the life cycle of this amazing cactus tree and the creatures it helps to support.

Desert Giant: The World of the Saguaro Cactus Tree Tales #ad - From a distance it appears to be completely still and solitary--but appearances can be deceptive. Used book in Good Condition. Long-nosed bats and fluttering white doves drink the nectar from its showy white flowers. Henry Holt Company. Its spiny trunk and branches are home to a surprising number of animals, and its flowers and fruit feed many desert dwellers.

In fact, this giant tree of the desert is alive with activity. Used book in Good Condition.

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There Was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea

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Cooper Square Publishing Llc FBA-|265783 #ad - There Was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea #ad - Yippee-o-ki-yee! skinny ol' coyote delights readers of all ages as he swallows his way through this delicious southwestern-flavored retelling of a well-loved rhyme. Call him silly to swallow a chile! Yippee-o-Ki-Yee! Henry Holt Company. Used book in Good Condition. There was a coyote who swallowed a flea, Plucked from his knee, that tickly flea.

. It's pure fun for everyone―even that little flea. Used book in Good Condition. As coyote gets bigger, a bull, the story gets zanier as a bird, and even an entire cactus end up as dinner.

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Way Out in the Desert

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Cooper Square Publishing Llc #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Henry Holt Company. This toe-tapping text will have you singing along with the lovable creatures of the desert in no time! Filled with vibrant illustrations of many of the charming plants and animals that call the Sonoran Desert home, Way Out in the Desert is a wonderful teaching tool that takes you on a trip down memory lane.

Used book in Good Condition. So take a child on a trip where Way out in the desert having fun in the sun lived a mother horned toad and her little toady one. If you remember singing over in the Meadow as a child, now you can give your children their own memories of this timeless tune.

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Cactus Hotel Owlet Book

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Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) #ad - It is another hot day in the desert. It is their hotel in the desert!Many different animals live in the cactus hotel. Used book in Good Condition. When they get tired they stop to rest at a giant cactus. When one animal moves out, another moves in. There is never a vacancy in the cactus hotel. This story--about a desert, a giant cactus, and the animals who live in it--is one that even the youngest child will understand and enjoy.

Cactus Hotel Owlet Book #ad - Parents' choice awardira-cbc teachers' choicean nsta-cbc outstanding Science Trade BookAn NCTE Notable Trade Book in the Language Arts Henry Holt Company. Birds and other animals scurry about looking for food. It protects them; and they protect it, by eating the pests that could harm the cactus. The cactus grows larger and larger and will live for about two hundred years.

Used book in Good Condition.

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