Next Time You See the Moon

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NSTA Kids #ad - Especially designed to be experienced with an adult—be it a parent, teacher, or friend—Next Time You See books serve as a reminder that you don’t have to look far to find something remarkable in nature. Through vivid pictures and engaging explanations, where it gets its light, why it sometimes appears in the daytime, children will learn about many of the Moon’s mysteries: what makes it look like a silvery crescent one time and a chalk-white ball a few nights later, and how scientists can predict its shape on your birthday a thousand years from now.

The books will inspire elementary-age children to experience the enchantment of everyday phenomena such as sunsets, pill bugs, fireflies, seashells, and more. Next time you see the moon is an ideal way to explain the science behind the shape of the Moon and bring about an evening outing no child—or grown-up—will soon forget.

Next Time You See the Moon #ad - This fascinating book will stay with children every time they gaze up at the night sky. Free supplementary activities are available on the NSTA website. Awaken a sense of wonder in a child with the Next Time You See series from NSTA Kids.

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Next Time You See a Sunset

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NSTA Kids #ad - Especially designed to be experienced with an adult—be it a parent, teacher, or friend—Next Time You See books serve as a reminder that you don’t have to look far to find something remarkable in nature. By reading next time you see a sunset together, the progress of day into night, you can learn to appreciate the spinning of the Earth, and the reasons for the spectacular colors and shadows that accompany sunrise and sunset.

Next time you see a sunset, stop and sit down for a while. This book’s tempting opening line invites children and adults to take in a daily phenomenon with fresh eyes. Free supplementary activities are available on the NSTA website. The books will inspire elementary-age children to experience the enchantment of everyday phenomena such as seashells and sunsets.

Next Time You See a Sunset #ad - Awaken a sense of wonder in a child with the Next Time You See series from NSTA Kids.

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Next Time You See a Cloud

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NSTA Kids #ad - Next time you see a cloud’s engaging text and eye-catching photography will inspire elementary-aged children to experience the wonder of an everyday phenomenon in the natural world—clouds.

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Next Time You See a Spiderweb

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NSTA Kids #ad - This book tells the amazing story behind spiderwebs: how they are made by spiders, used for protection and to capture food and moisture.  .

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Next Time You See a Seashell

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NSTA Kids #ad - Inspired by next time you see a seashell, young readers will find these intricate objects even more fascinating when they discover their origins in slimy, snaily creatures. Awaken a sense of wonder in a child with the Next Time You See series from NSTA Kids. Free supplementary activities are available on the NSTA website.

. Especially designed to be experienced with an adult—be it a parent, teacher, or friend—Next Time You See books serve as a reminder that you don’t have to look far to find something remarkable in nature. The books will inspire elementary-age children to experience the enchantment of everyday phenomena such as seashells and sunsets.

Next Time You See a Seashell #ad - This book tells the amazing story behind seashells: how they are made by mollusks, used for protection and camouflage, and full of clues about all they’ve been through.

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Somewhere In the World Right Now Rise and Shine

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Dragonfly Books #ad - School library journal called stacey schuett's stunning authorial debut "a book that is perfect for sparking an interest in geography, emphasizing the amazing concept that at the same moment we are getting ready to sleep, other people are starting a new day. And in a starred review, Publishers Weekly added, "Schuett proves as nimble with words as with a paintbrush.

It's a good-night wish that circles the globe.

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Next Time You See a Pill Bug

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NSTA Kids #ad - Gently pick it up and watch as it rolls into a ball and unrolls to take a walk. This cousin to lobsters and crabs sheds its crusty skin and will tickle your hand with its 14 count ’em! wiggly legs. Free supplementary activities are available on the NSTA website. The books will inspire elementary-age children to experience the enchantment of everyday phenomena, such as pill bugs, fireflies, seashells, and sunsets.

Awaken a sense of wonder in a child with the Next Time You See series from NSTA Kids. Chances are that just under a nearby rock, you’ll spot a roly-poly pill bug. Encourage a child to take a close look, and introduce a fascinating creature. Especially designed to be experienced with an adult—be it a parent, teacher, or friend—Next Time You See books serve as a reminder that you don’t have to look far to find something remarkable in nature.

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The Moon Seems to Change Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2

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HarperCollins #ad - 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. HarperCollins. Have you noticed that the moon sometimes seems to grow and shrink? Read and find out about the phases of the moon! With a simple experiment using an orange, and a flashlight, a pencil, you can see for yourself why the moon looks different at different times of the month.

Now rebranded with a new cover look, this classic picture book features rich vocabulary and simple diagrams. Both text and artwork were vetted for accuracy by an expert. This is a level 2 let's-read-and-find-out science title, which means the book explores more challenging concepts for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, Technology, Engineering, and the Science, and Math STEM standards.

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Next Time You See a Firefly

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NSTA Kids #ad - Share next time You See a Firefly with a child. A 2014 outstanding science trade book for students K-12! Every summer children enjoy watching fireflies twinkling in the twilight, but after reading this book, they’ll see the insects with new eyes. Especially designed to be experienced with an adult—be it a parent, teacher, or friend—Next Time You See books serve as a reminder that you don’t have to look far to find something remarkable in nature.

Free supplementary activities are available on the NSTA website. The books will inspire elementary-age children to experience the enchantment of everyday phenomena such as insects, seashells, and sunsets. Discover why fireflies flash and how they live secret lives underground before coming out to fill the evening with their glimmers of light.

Next Time You See a Firefly #ad - HarperCollins. Together you’ll also realize that if you catch fireflies, you must let them go: Fireflies have a lot to do! Awaken a sense of wonder in a child with the Next Time You See series from NSTA Kids.

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Never Stop Wondering

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NSTA Kids #ad - Keep curiosity alive! that’s the message of Never Stop Wondering, which inspires children to develop an enduring interest in the mysteries of the universe. Illustrated with whimsical drawings and written in lively verse by Emily Morgan author of the Next Time You See series, the book is a vibrant ode to the power of asking questions and the endeavor of science.

HarperCollins. It prompts kids to be inquisitive and persistent like the great scientists of history and provides activities to get their questions flowing; it motivates them to appreciate scientific inquiry; and most important, it encourages them to never stop in their quest to explore the “whys” of the world.

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Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me The World of Eric Carle

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Little Simon 9780887081774 #ad - HarperCollins. Now available as a classic Board Book edition, this delightful story literally unfolds as pages open dramatically, extending both outward and upward. It isn't easy to climb to the moon, but he finally succeeds -- only to find the moon is too big to carry home. Little Simon. Monica wants the moon to play with, so her Papa sets out to get it.

Children will love the joyful way in which this problem is solved.

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