858 Results
858 Results
Baby bears —Kalman, Bobbie
Book
2008
15 available of 19 items

Large, captivating photographs fill this delightful new book for primary students on the basic facts of bear cubs. Children will be amazed to discover how tiny a bear is when it is born! Easy to read text provides brief,...

Baby birds —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2008
7 available of 11 items

Pictures and text introduce various baby birds, how they hatch, their bodies and their habitats.

Homes of the West —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
1999
10 available of 12 items

Examines various types of dwellings in western Northern America during the nineteenth century, discussing their construction and design as well as the lives of the settlers who lived in them.

The life cycle of an ant —Dyer, Hadley.
Book
2006
14 available of 16 items

Describes the life cycle of the ant, their anatomy and colonies.

Baby animals in grassland habitats —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2011
5 available of 6 items

Pioneer recipes —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2001
20 available of 22 items

This book presents information on pioneer cookery and instructions for recipes prepared in the spirit of the pioneers, including multicultural dishes, historical methods, and current adaptations.

I eat a rainbow —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2010
4 available of 6 items

By introducing young readers to the colors of foods, the children also learn about healthy eating. Eating fruits and vegetables in as many colors of the rainbow as possible every day, helps us get all the important vitam...

Life on the ranch —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
1999
7 available of 9 items

Examines various aspects of life on cattle ranches in the nineteenth century, describing the reasons for becoming a rancher or a cowboy, the hard work involved, food and living arrangements, and more.

Baby lemurs —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2011
5 available of 6 items

Young readers will be fascinated to learn about the five main families of lemurs, all of whom live on the island of Madagascar. Text describes their habitat, physical characteristics, and how mothers raise their babies. ...

The life cycle of a sea turtle —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2002
7 available of 10 items

Describes how sea turtles develop from eggs to adult turtles and migrate long distances, talks about the dangers they face from animal and human predators, and suggests ways children can help.

Canada : the people —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2010
10 available of 14 items

Examines various aspects of life in Canada, including school, work, play, the French and British heritage, immigration, and issues that must be resolved with native peoples and the French-speaking population in Quebec.

What is a community? : from A to Z —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2000
5 available of 7 items

Life in a Plains camp —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2001
61 available of 68 items

Life in a longhouse village —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2001
33 available of 39 items

This book introduces children to the traditional life of the Native nations who lived in l onghouses and shared a common way of life.

China : the people —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2008
3 available of 7 items

Explains the daily lives of the Chinese people, including school, work, and family activities and covering everyday life both in the city and the country.

Explore Earth's seven continents —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2011
1 available of 5 items

This concise overview of the seven continents explains to children what a continent is and what factors make each continent unique. Full color photographs and age appropriate maps accompany each brief examination of a co...

The life cycle of a beaver —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2007
21 available of 25 items

The life cycle of a bat —Sjonger, Rebecca.
Book
2006
11 available of 15 items

Describes the life cycle of bats, including their predators, and how they fly.

Baby animals in mountain habitats —Kalman, Bobbie
Book
2011
3 available of 5 items

Nations of the Plains —Kalman, Bobbie.
Book
2001
60 available of 64 items

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