By Mary Barrett
Noisy Bird Sing-Along
By John Himmelman
Published by Dawn Publications, 12402 Bitney Springs Road, Nevada City, California 95959
32 pages, paperback, $8.95, ISBN 978-1-58469-514-1
Every kind of bird has its very own song. Cheerful sounds, mournful sounds, sweet sounds and weird sounds. You can tell who they are without even looking.
John Himmelman knows a lot about birds, as well as bugs and frogs. He is past president of the New Haven (Connecticut) Bird Club.
Over on a Mountain – Somewhere in the World
By Marianne Berkes
32 pages, paperback, $8.95, ISBN 978-1-58469-519-6
Kids and teachers alike will count, sing, and act like animals when they see this new book. The animals all live in mountains around the world. The children will be learning geography at the same time.
Marianne Berkes know that active learning and lots of fun are the keys to engaging the enthusiasm of young children.
Pitter and Patter
By Martha Sullivan
32 pages, paperback, $8.95, ISBN 1-58469-509-7
Just imagine being a raindrop. Oh, the places you will go and the creatures you will see. A water drop is a wonderfully adventurous thing to be!
Martha Sullivan is passionate about her mission to connect children with the natural world so that they are primed to protect it later in life.
Mighty Mole and Super Soil
By Mary Quattlebaum
32 pages, paperback, $8.95, ISBN 978-1`-58469-539-4
Moles are practically everywhere, but almost always out of sight. They are remarkable animals. They have a special relationship with the soil. The moles hardly have eyes.
Mary Quattlebaum wrote this beautiful book for children.
If You Love Honey – Nature’s Connections
By Martha Sullivan
32 pages, paperback, $8.95, ISBN 978-1-58469-534-9
Honey is linked in a very real way to dandelions, earthworms, mushrooms, the old oak tree and even the blue jay. This book takes children on an adventure about the bee and honey.
Martha Sullivan is a children’s book author with a special interest in nature.
These books can be found at your local bookstore, by writing to the publisher at the above address, by using the website www.dawnpub.com, by calling 800-545-7475 or by checking your local library.