Hello, Harvest Moon
by Ralph Fletcher
Poetic prose describes a full autumn moon and the magical effect it has on the earth, plants, animals, and people around it.
Martin Rattler; Or, a Boy's Adventures in the Forests of Brazil
by Robert Michael Ballantyne
The Peculiar Powers of Pop the Extraordinary Popping Corn
by Mike Legg
Every Autumn Comes the Bear
by Jim Arnosky
Every autumn a bear shows up behind the farm, and goes through a series of routines before finding a den among the hilltop boulders where he sleeps all winter long.
The Glow-In-The-Dark Night Sky Book
by Clint Hatchett
Star maps of the constellations with accompanying pictures of the characters and creatures the ancients imagined in the star groups and a brief story on each. The constellations glow in the dark.
George and the Blue Moon (George's Secret Key, #5) (George's Secret Key to the Universe)
by Stephen Hawking and Lucy Hawking
George and his best friend, Annie have been selected as junior astronauts - part of a programme that trains up young people for a trip to Mars in the future. This is everything they've ever wanted - they get to be a part of up-to-the minute space discoveries and meet a bunch of new friends who are as fascinated by the universe as they are. But when they arrive at space camp, George and Annie quickly learn that strange things are happening - on Earth as well as up in our skies. Mysterious space...
Berenstain Bear Scouts and Really Big Disaster (Berenstain Bear Scouts (Prebound))
by Stan Berenstain and Jan Berenstain
The Bumpy, Lumpy Horseshoe Crab (Seatales' Sea Animal, #1)
by Janice S C Petrie
THE Wind in the Willows
by Kenneth Grahame and GRANDMA'S TREASURES
Meet Mole, Rat Known as "Ratty" to his friends, Mr. Toad, Mr. Badger, Otter,portly, the Weasels, Pan, The Wayfarer and squirrels and rabbits. Journey with them on their amazing light-hearted adventures of folly, mysticism, friendship, forgiveness, and morality. The Wind in the Willows by author Kenneth Grahame is a heartwarming children's story. It follows the lives of Mole, Water Rat, Otter, Badger, and Toad. The Wind in the Willows is full of fun and adventure. It is a timeless story of frien...
Along Came a Spider (Heebie Jeebies, #7)
by Rod Randall
When Jaime and her brother discover an abandoned tree house overrun with spiders, they embark on all-out war against nature before finally learning to accept all of God's creatures.Finding friends in unexpected places.
Would You Come Too?
by Liz Garton Scanlon
This whimsical and poignant picture book celebrates playing outside and invites readers to grab some friends, gear up their imaginations, and immerse themselves in nature. Can you imagine what it’s like to be a rock, a nest, a bird, or even a bubbling creek? A group of curious children is headed outside to find out… Would you come, too? Join in on an outdoor adventure to discover the magic and mystery of the living, breathing natural world all around us.
The Flowers' Festival
by Elsa Beskow
A lucky little girl is invited by the flower fairies to join them for their Midsummer festival. Gathering around Queen Rose, all the flowers and bumblebees and birds tell their enchanting stories, while Pea-blossom and the Dew-cups serve refreshments.
First Snow in the Woods
by Jean Stoick
A photographic journey deep into the autumn woods witnesses the animals of the forest getting ready for the year's first winter storm.
by Dorothy Canfield and Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Unlike other young women of her generation, who were "bred up from childhood to sit behind tea-tables and say the right things to tea-drinkers," Sylvia Marshall-the "twig" of this novel-was reared to think for herself and to trust her own instincts and experience. This, coupled with her passionate temperament, makes Sylvia a compelling figure as she resists efforts to mold her with every rebellious fiber of her independent nature. Sylvia's home is a Montessori home, where everyone takes part in...