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Books with title Rainforest

  • Rainforest

    Cottage Door Press, Carmen Crowe, Jean Claude

    Board book (Cottage Door Press, Oct. 15, 2019)
    Embark on a wild, rip-roaring adventure through the Amazon rainforest! Explore and learn all about the animals and insects that call this lush jungle their home through vibrant illustrations, interactive sound buttons, and fun facts presented on every page. Little explorers will enjoy pressing and hearing the 5 noisy rainforest animal sounds as they peruse the wildlife that occupy the treetops, land, and Amazon River. Sturdy board pages for little exploring hands to read over and over again. Includes a handle to carry along at home or on the go. Little toddlers will love toting this around all over the place! Several icons on each page correspond with the buttons, providing an opportunity to practice matching and fine motor skills. Matching audio buttons are surrounded by textured, leafy raindrops for an enhanced sensory experience. All of our Early Bird Song books are designed for curious little ones to explore alone or with their grown-up Makes a great gift for any occasion: birthdays, holidays, road trips and more Part of the Early Bird Sound Book collection from Cottage Door Press. From songs to melodies to exciting sounds, explore all the interactive books for preschoolers and toddlers.
  • Rainforests

    Toby Reynolds, Paul Calver

    Paperback (B.E.S. Publishing, April 1, 2015)
    The books in this Visual Explorers series feature page after page of dramatic, full-color photographs. Inside, kids can get up-close and personal with dangerous animals, natural wonders, ocean life, and the mysteries of the rainforest. In Rainforests, engaging text, detailed facts, and impressive statistics give children exciting scientific insight into the mysteries of the rainforest as revealed through the plants and animals that live deep within its canopy. A glossary at the end of each book helps reinforce the information. Parents, teachers, and librarians will want to collect all of the books in this series to create a very cool first encyclopedia to build early research skills. (Ages 8 and up)
  • Rainforest

    Julia Groves

    Paperback (Child's Play International, Ltd., Sept. 25, 2017)
    Travel deep into the forest – what elusive and fascinating creatures will you find there? Delicate, colourful and distinctive, Julia Groves’ illustrations introduce us to the animals that live in this precious and endangered habitat. Wildlife fans will be thrilled to encounter all kinds of rainforest creatures – from the familiar species to the more obscure.
  • Rainforest

    Paul Sterry, Andrew Cleave, Andrew Langley, Neil Morris, Michael H. Robinson, Steven Webster, David Holmes, Neil Bulpitt, Karen Johnson, Eva Melhuish, Brin Edwards

    Hardcover (Reader's Digest Children's Books, March 15, 1993)
  • ABC Rainforest

    American Museum of Natural History

    Board book (Sterling Children's Books, April 5, 2016)
    A is for Amazon, B is for Blue Arrow Poison Frog, and C is for Canopy: Welcome to the rainforest! This stunning alphabet book from the famed American Museum of Natural History presents one of Earth's most exquisite and endangered environments. Through magnificent images, kids will encounter a diverse range of rainforest flora and fauna, from flying foxes and gorillas to kapok trees, leafcutter ants, orchids, and X-ray Tetra Fish. What a wonderful way to introduce children to the world of nature and conservation—and their ABCs, too!
  • Rainforest Rescue

    Jan Burchett, Diane Le Feyer

    eBook (Stone Arch Books, Aug. 1, 2012)
    In the jungles of South Borneo, an orangutan has set up home on a dangerous palm oil plantation. He has been resisting all attempts to move him to the safety of the nearby reservation. When Ben and Zoe arrive to try to help, they discover that illegal logging is taking place. As they investigate, it quickly becomes clear that the orangutan isn't the only one in grave danger.
  • Rainforests

    Kate Riggs

    Paperback (Creative Paperbacks, Feb. 7, 2017)
    The popular Seedlings series offers irresistible introductions to animals, birds, sea life, insects, eco systems, and an array of transporation. Written in a friendly voice, filled with dynamic photos, and featuring text crafted for the youngest of readers, these books spotlight the bodies, behaviors, and habitats of living things and the parts, operation, and roles of vehicles. As introductions to informational text, these titles will plant the seeds of knowledge! A kindergarten-level introduction to rainforests, covering their climate, plant and animal life, and such defining features as their tall trees.
  • Rain Forest

    Elinor Greenwood, Helen Sharman

    Hardcover (DK Publishing, Inc., July 1, 2001)
    A precursor to DK's award-winning Eyewitness series, Eye Wonder was specially developed for children aged five plus, featuring astonishing photography exhibiting subjects within their natural setting, offering a whole new level of information through powerful images. Each title in the series now contains educational activities including true and false questions, quizzes, matching games, and mazes. Vocabulary is accessible to young readers, with the meanings of new, subject-related words clearly explained. The combination of visuals and informative, accurate text will hook even those children who usually avoid books.An in-depth look at the sprawling trees and dense undergrowth of the ecosystem of the rainforest, Eye Wonder: Rainforest welcomes young readers into the world of tigers, snakes, and chimpanzees, as well as marmosets, katydids, sloths, and more.
  • Rainforests

    Jane Parker

    Hardcover (Franklin Watts Ltd, July 29, 1999)
  • Rainforest

    Jen Green

    Hardcover (DK Children, Oct. 18, 2004)
    Following in the pattern of other titles in this series, an exploration of the plants and animals that can be found in a rain forest includes acetate pages to reveal the hidden secrets within this unique ecosystem.
  • In the Rainforest

    Kate Duke

    Paperback (HarperCollins, Sept. 2, 2014)
    The rainforest is home to millions of plant and animal species. Some animals live high up in the trees, some crawl across the forest floor, and some tunnel underground, but they all depend on one another and the rain to survive. With colorful illustrations and fascinating diagrams from author-illustrator Kate Duke, In the Rainforest is a lively look at the most vibrant ecosystem on our planet. This nonfiction picture book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 4 to 6. It’s a fun way to learn to read and as a supplement for activity books for children.This is a Stage 2 Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science book, which means the book explores more challenging concepts for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Books & Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series.
  • Rainforest Wonders

    Erin Ranson, Hannah Wood

    Board book (Imagine That, Aug. 1, 2007)
    Top That Publishing brings you Rainforest Wonders, a sparkling slide novelty book perfect for preschool children.Meet a purple hummingbird, an orange-spotted gecko and more exciting rainforest creatures in this fun board book. Each page has a panel that slides out to reveal a brightly illustrated creature with sparkling foil accents. A charming introduction to life in the canopy!Written by Erin Ranson and illustrated by Hannah Wood.