By: Steve Jenkins
Discusses and gives examples of the size and weight of various animals and parts of animals.
Ada Twist, Scientist
By: Andrea Beaty
Ada Twist is a very curious girl who shows perseverance by asking questions and performing experiments to find things out and understand the world.
All the Water in the World
By: George Ella Lyon
Introduces young children to the water cycle with simple text and illustrations.
Dreaming Up: A Celebration of Building
By: Christy Hale
"A collection of concrete poetry, illustrations, and photographs that shows how young children's constructions, created as they play, are reflected in notable works of architecture from around the world. Includes biographies of the architects, quotations, and sources"--Provided by publisher.
An Egg is Quiet
By: Dianna Aston
Introduces readers to more than 60 types of eggs and an array of egg facts.
I Face the Wind
By: Vicki Cobb
Introduces the characteristics and actions of the wind through simple hands-on activities.
I Fall Down
By: Vicki Cobb
"Simple experiments introduce the basic concept of gravity and its relationship to weight." --MeL
I Hear a Pickle
By: Rachel Isadora
Children explore their five senses, learning what they can see, smell, hear, touch, and taste.
If I Built A Car
By: Chris Van Dusen
Jack describes the kind of car he would build--one with amazing accessories and with the capability of traveling on land, in the air, and on and under the sea.
I’m a Scientist: Backyard
By: Lisa Burke
"Introduces young readers to a wealth of experiments they can do right in their own backyards. Includes a number of plant-based experiments." --MeL
The Most Magnificent Thing
By: Ashley Spires
A little girl and her canine assistant set out to make the most magnificent thing, but despite their hard work, the end result is not what the girl had envisioned and she must develop a new strategy for success.
Oscar and the Frog: A Book About Growing
By: Geoff Waring
While at the pond, Oscar the kitten meets a frog who answers all of Oscar's questions about how animals are born and how they grow.
By: Tedd Arnold
A five-year-old boy thinks his body is falling apart untill he learns new teeth grow and hair and skin replace themselves.
Science is Simple
By: Peggy Ashbrook
"Presents instructions and materials lists for 250 activities designed to introduce thirty-nine science concepts for children from three to six years old." --MeL
By: Jill Frankel Hauser
Contains sixty-five activities that introduce readers to scientific exploration, including such subjects as weather, soil science, plants, color, and light.
The Tiny Seed
By: Eric Carle
A simple description of a flowering plant's life cycle through the seasons.
What is a Scientist?
By: Barbara Lehn
"Simple text and photographs depict children engaged in various activities that make up the scientific process." --MeL
What the World is Made of?
By: Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld
In simple text, presents the three states of matter, solid, liquid, and gas, and describes their attributes.