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Learn About the Summer Season

 J Non-fiction for K to Grade 3 - Find more titles on the library catalog, TumbleBook Library, Hoopla, & OverDrive/Libby

Davis, Rebecca Fjelland.
J SP 513.2 DAV
"A counting book that describes summer related activities and events--in both English and Spanish"--Provided by publisher.

J 811.008 FIR
A selection of short American poems dealing with the four seasons and the different weather events and animal patterns that can occur within each.

Jackson, Ellen, 1943-
J 394.263 JAC

Kelley, K. C., author.
J 508.2 KEL
"This search-and-find book invites emergent readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about the four seasons that we experience. Every season is covered to make a book that is a year long"-- Provided by publisher.

Pendergast, George, author.
J 508.2 PEN

Schuette, Sarah L., 1976- author.
J 508.2 SCH
"How do we know it's summer? The weather is hot, and the days are long. Animals try to stay cool, and plants grow. This book shows young readers how to recognize the changes that happen in summer. Includes a video, which launches via a 4D app"-- Provided by publisher.

J 551.6 WEA
"Introduction to weather using simple text, question and answer format, illustrations and photos. Features include puzzles and games, fun facts, a resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.

Ancona, George, author, photographer.
J SP 635.083 ANC
"Este relato, divertido e inspirador, acerca de lo que ocurre en un huerto escolar durante las diverentes estaciones del año, servirá para animar a otras esculas a repetir esta maravillosa experiencia."--LibraryJournal.

Hickman, Pamela, author.
J 582.1609 HIC
"In this first book in the Nature All Around series, kids will learn all about trees and the vital role that they play for people and animals. This introduction to the topic covers the different kinds of trees, how they grow and change throughout the seasons and how they provide a home to a variety of animals. Readers will get to know the trees in their neighbourhoods with the help of a tree-watching Q & A, an illustrated page to help identify leaves, and a full-spread map of different tree species across the United States and Canada. End matter includes information about endangered trees and how readers can help, a "Grow a Tree" activity, glossary and index."-- Provided by publisher.

Pang, Hannah, author.
J 508.2 PAN
Differently-sized pages depict the changing seasons in Europe, Alaska, Western Australia, the Yellow Dragon Valley in China, and Kenya's Maasai Mara, and offer information on the animals and plants typical of each region at differerent times.

Zoehfeld, Kathleen Weidner.
J 508.2 ZOE
"Over the course of a year, a family learns about the role of the sun in the changing seasons"-- Provided by publisher.