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  • Welcome to the green house

    Welcome to the green house1993

    by Jane Yolen

    Series: Welcome To--

    (113)

    Summary: Describes the tropical rainforest and the life found there.

    BOOK

    Call #: J P ANIMALS YOLEN

    Location: Junior Picture Books - Animals

    copies in: 0 of 1 details

  • Marshes & swamps

    Marshes & swamps2021

    by Gail Gibbons , illustrator

    (37)

    Summary: Introducing, the wetlands: unique ecosystems that are not only a home for an extensive amount of wildlife, but also a vital storage place for one of Earth's most precious resources, water. What lives...  more »

    BOOK

    Call #: J P SCIENCE GIBBONS

    Location: Junior Picture Books - Science

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • Why is the grass green? : first questions and answers about nature.

    Why is the grass green? : first questions and answers about nature.1993

    (1)

    Summary: Answers questions about the natural world, including "Why do dandelions get fuzzy?" "Why do bees buzz around flowers?" and "How do birds fly?"

    BOOK

    Call #: J 574 WHY

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

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  • Itch! : everything you didn't want to know about what makes you scratch

    Itch! : everything you didn't want to know about what makes you scratch2017

    by Anita Sanchez

    (95)

    Summary: Everybody gets itchy, and every kid will love this title that scratches the itch to know more and about the history, anatomy, botany, biology behind it.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 612.79 SAN

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

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  • My first look at nature.

    My first look at nature.1991

    (1)

    Summary: Photographs and text depict elements of nature, such as plants, birds, insects, and other animals, in their various natural settings.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 508 MY

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • From seed to plant [book + CD]

    From seed to plant2012

    by Gail Gibbons (read by Erin Mallon )

    (758)

    Summary: Reveals the mystery of how seeds are formed and grow into plants, detailing the life cycles of flowers, trees, fruits, and vegetables.

    Call #: J BOOK+CD GIB

    Location: Junior Book+CD

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • From seed to plant [eAudio]

    From seed to plant2012

    by Gail Gibbons

    Summary: Reveals the mystery of how seeds are formed and grow into plants, detailing the life cycles of flowers, trees, fruits, and vegetables.

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  • Bloom boom!

    Bloom boom!2019

    by April Pulley Sayre , photographer

    (444)

    Summary: Photo illustrations capture a boom of blooming flowers in the springtime.

    BOOK

    Call #: J P SCIENCE SAYRE

    Location: Junior Picture Books - Science

    copies in: 0 of 1 details

  • Desert

    Desert2007

    by Fleur Star

    Series: Eye Wonder

    (7)

    Summary: Introduces the plants, animals, and peoples that live in deserts and describes what kind of adaptations they have have developed to live in such a spare environment.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 577.54 STA

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • A tallgrass prairie alphabet

    A tallgrass prairie alphabet2004

    by Claudia McGehee

    Series: Bur Oak Book

    (22)

    Summary: In this book, illustrator Claudia McGehee brings the glory of the prairie back to life. From the yellow stargrass that welcomes springtime to the butterfly weed that attracts summer's favorite winged...  more »

    BOOK

    Call #: J P CONCEPTS MCGEHEE

    Location: Junior Picture Books - Concepts

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • A woodland counting book

    A woodland counting book2006

    by Claudia McGehee

    (13)

    Summary: Towering oak and hickory woodlands once fringed the tallgrass prairies of the Midwest. In a wondrous mixture of plant and animal life, big mammals like black bears and cougars thrived alongside gray...  more »

    BOOK

    Call #: J P CONCEPTS MCGEHEE

    Location: Junior Picture Books - Concepts

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • Botany for babies

    Botany for babies2018

    by Jonathan Litton

    (49)

    Summary: Babies learn about plants.

    BOOK

    Call #: BB LIT

    Location: Board Books

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • From seed to plant

    From seed to plant1991

    by Gail Gibbons , illustrator

    Summary: Explores the intricate relationship between seeds and the plants which they produce.

    BOOK

    Call #: J P SCIENCE GIBBONS

    Location: Junior Picture Books - Science

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • Planting the wild garden

    Planting the wild garden2011

    by Kathryn Osebold Galbraith

    (322)

    Summary: An exploration of the different ways seeds are dispersed into the environment.

    BOOK

    Call #: E GALBRAITH

    Location: Picture Books

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • Bulb to tulip

    Bulb to tulip2020

    by Rachel A Koestler-Grack

    Series: Blastoff! Readers. Level 2

    (4)

    Summary: Learn about tulips and the bulbs that they grow from.

    BOOK

    Call #: J READER 635.9 GRA

    Location: Junior Readers Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • How do apples grow?

    How do apples grow?1992

    by Betsy Maestro

    Series: Let's-read-and-find-out Science Book

    (227)

    Summary: Describes the life cycle of an apple from its initial appearance as a spring bud to that point in time when it becomes a fully ripe fruit.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 582 MAE

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • One small place by the sea

    One small place by the sea2004

    by Barbara Brenner

    (49)

    Summary: For one afternoon, a child visitor observes the cycle of change within a tidepool, a small place at the edge of the sea that is home to many plants and animals.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 577.69 BRE

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • What plant is this?

    What plant is this?2005

    by Marcia S. Freeman

    Summary: Easy text describes the parts of a plant.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 580 FRE

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • How do apples grow?

    How do apples grow?2019

    by Jill McDonald

    (128)

    Summary: "Hello, World!" is a series designed to introduce first nonfiction concepts to babies and toddlers. Told in clear and easy terms ("Apple seeds start to grow when they are planted in soil and given...  more »

    BOOK

    Call #: BB MCD

    Location: Board Books

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • Ocean sunlight : how tiny plants feed the seas

    Ocean sunlight : how tiny plants feed the seas2012

    by Molly Bang

    (478)

    Summary: Explains how all life on the Earth depends, directly or indirectly, on light from the sun, and describes how all ocean life, from the tiniest plankton to great whales, including the creatures in the darkest depths, form a web that uses sunshine.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 591.77 BAN

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • Nuclear meltdowns

    Nuclear meltdowns2012

    by Peter Benoit

    (9)

    Summary: Describes how nuclear power developed, how it works, and the serious health and environmental problems that ensue when the process malfunctions.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 363.1799 BEN

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • Disgusting plants

    Disgusting plants2021

    by Joanne Mattern

    Summary: Plants with an appetite! In this title, readers will get a close-up look at all sorts of disgusting plants through vivid images, infographics, sidebars, and more.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 581 MAT

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 0 of 1 details

  • Plants in different habitats

    Plants in different habitats2006

    by Bobbie Kalman

    (7)

    Summary: Discusses plants that grow in different habitats, how they survive, their importance to the ecosystem.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 580 KAL

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 0 of 1 details

  • Healing plants

    Healing plants2009

    by Pam Rosenberg

    Series: 21st Century Junior Library. Plants

    BOOK

    Call #: J 581.634 ROS

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • Plant secrets [downloadable ebook]

    Plant secrets2009

    by Emily Goodman

    (68)

    Summary: Learn the secrets of plant lifecycles, using four common (but very different) plants. Simple text and colorful illustrations show the major phases of plant growth: seed, plant, flower, and fruit....  more »

    EBOOK

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  • The tiny seed

    The tiny seed2001

    by Eric Carle

    (12,058)

    Summary: A simple description of a flowering plant's life cycle through the seasons.

    BOOK

    Call #: E CARLE

    Location: Picture Books

    copies in: 0 of 1 details

  • The tiny seed

    The tiny seed2015

    by Eric Carle

    (12,047)

    Summary: A simple description of a flowering plant's life cycle through the seasons.

    BOOK

    Call #: J READER BLUE CARLE

    Location: Junior Readers Blue

    copies in: 0 of 1 details

  • Freaky plant facts : extreme greens

    Freaky plant facts : extreme greens2013

    by Ellen Lawrence

    Series: Plant-ology

    (14)

    BOOK

    Call #: J 581 LAW

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 0 of 1 details

  • Plant

    Plant2006

    by David Burnie

    Series: DK Eyewitness Guides

    (91)

    Summary: A collection of full-color 3-D models, maps, fact boxes, and photographs that describe the world of plants including the germination of seeds, plant defenses, and uses of plants.

    BOOK

    Call #: J 581 BUR

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 0 of 1 details

  • Plant secrets

    Plant secrets2009

    by Emily Goodman

    (68)

    Summary: Learn the secrets of plant lifecycles, using four common (but very different) plants. Simple text and colorful illustrations show the major phases of plant growth: seed, plant, flower, and fruit....  more »

    BOOK

    Call #: J 580 GOO

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details

  • Plant a pocket of prairie

    Plant a pocket of prairie2014

    by Phyllis Root

    (155)

    Summary: Once covering almost 40 percent of the United States, native prairie is today one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world. "Plant a Pocket of Prairie" teaches children how changes in one part...  more »

    BOOK

    Call #: J 577.44 ROO

    Location: Junior Nonfiction

    copies in: 1 of 1 details