April 12, 2022 by Erika Thulin Dawes
What is a wonder walk, you wonder? For the two children featured in Micha Archer’s Caldecott Honor winning picturebook it is a journey of inquiry through the wonders of the world around them, a ramble through fields, forests, valley, and shoreline. Perfect for Earth Day celebrations, Wonder Walkers is a wondrous poetic tribute to the relationship between young explorers, their curiosity and questions, and nature.
June 7, 2021 by Mary Ann Cappiello
Rich for thinking about the scientific process, the nature of inquiry, the people behind our public policy, and the nature of biographical writing with living subjects, Dr. Fauci: How a Boy from Brooklyn Became America’s Doctor offers teachers, librarians, families, and the children in their care much to explore.
April 1, 2019 by Katie Cunningham
Simple, yet soulful, Bloom Boom! is a book full of teaching possibilities for poetry reading and writing, plant investigations, student research, nature walks, and photo illustration.
January 27, 2014 by Mary Ann Cappiello
By Carla Killough McClafferty Published by Carolrhoda Books ISBN: 978-1-4677-1067-1 Grades 6 and Up Book Review This week, much of America’s attention will be devoted to the upcoming Superbowl game. Families are planning Superbowl parties, perfecting their chicken wing recipes and placing bets on who might win the game. With football so much in the […]
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