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Sloths —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Book will introduces the reader to sloths"--Provided by publisher.

How do you know it's spring? —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Introduces the reader to the spring season."

Cheetahs and leopards —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Introduces the reader to cheetahs and leopards"

How do you know it's winter? —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Introduces the reader to the winter season."-- Provided by publisher.

Giant pandas —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Did you know that a giant panda eats more than 600 bamboo stems a day but that it doesn't stop these bears from being expert tree climbers? Be surprised and awed by every page of this captivating book! Features include ...

How do you know it's fall? —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Introduces the reader to the fall season."

How do you know it's summer? —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Introduces the reader to the summer season."-- Provided by publisher.

Crocodiles and alligators —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Introduces the reader to crocodiles and alligators."

Frogs and toads —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Introduces the reader to frogs and toads."-- Provided by publisher.

Milk to ice cream —Herrington, Lisa M.

Looks at the process behind the making of ice cream, from the milking of the cows, through the mixing in of sugar, flavoring, freezing, packaging, transporting, and finally eating the finished product.

I have a cavity —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Introduces the reader to what a cavity is, how to prevent them, and what happens when you get one"-- Provided by publisher.

Acorn to oak tree —Herrington, Lisa M.

Young readers learn about the life cycle of an oak tree.

It's a good thing there are bees —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

"Introduces the reader to bees and explains the roles they play in the environment."-- Provided by publisher.

Powerful predators —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

Natures top hunters range from the massive polar bear to the (relatively) small praying mantis. But they all have one thing in common: Theyre built to kill. This book brings readers right into the action.

It's a good thing there are butterflies —Herrington, Lisa M., author.

Introduces the reader to butterflies and explains the roles they play in the environment.

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