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Colors —Rotner, Shelley, author, photographer.

A red fire truck races, orange pumpkins glow, and purple flowers bloom in vivid pictures of familiar things that inspire children to look more carefully at their environment.

I like the farm —Rotner, Shelley, author, photographer.

Children share what they like about the farm.

Shades of people —Rotner, Shelley.

Explores the many different shades of human skin, and points out that skin is just a covering that does not reveal what someone is like inside.

Senses on the farm —Rotner, Shelley.

Learn about the different senses by means of a variety of farm activities and various farm animals.

Hello winter! —Rotner, Shelley, author, illustrator.

"The basic facts about the season of Winter including how plants, animals, and the climate change and adapt are included in this photo essay introduction to Winter"-- Provided by publisher.

Senses in the city —Rotner, Shelley.

Simple text and photographs illustrate the sights, sounds, smells, textures, and tastes of the big city.

Shapes —Rotner, Shelley, author, photographer.

"An introduction to shapes with examples of real-life objects that resemble those shapes"-- Provided by publisher.

Yummy! : good food makes me strong —Rotner, Shelley, author.

Depicts children eating and preparing healthy food and provides tips for parents on choosing healthier options.

Homer —De Groat, Diane.

While Alex sleeps, his dog Homer dreams about the game that will determine whether his team, the Doggers, or their opponents, the Hounds, will be champions of the world of dog baseball.

Boats afloat —Rotner, Shelley.

Photographs and simple text describe all kinds of large and small boats and their functions.

Lots of feelings —Rotner, Shelley. .

Simple text and photographs introduce basic emotions--happy, grumpy, thoughtful, and more--and how people express them.

The buzz on bees : why are they disappearing? —Rotner, Shelley.

Honeybees, which pollinate many types of plants, are disappearing. Learn the possible explanations for bees' disappearance, what scientists are doing to address the problem, and what you can do.

Hello spring! —Rotner, Shelley, author.

Presents a lyrical celebration of the arrival of spring, which is marked by changes in plant and animal life.

Senses at the seashore —Rotner, Shelley.

A child shares the sights, sounds, smells, touches, and tastes of a day at the seashore.

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