Nature can be a great teacher!
There’s a world teeming with life that very few people ever see. There’s a magical, wild world happening in the tallest of tall trees – a world teeming with life that very few people ever see! Come take a peek at the animals that make their home in a tall, tall redwood tree. Children will love the rhymes and count the critters from one to ten – chipmunks chattering, bats roosting, slugs sliding, and many more.
Look out for the hidden animals, too! Lots of fun and lots of interesting science – including STEM activity suggestions. Tony Frederick’s playful rhyme makes this a book young children will want to look at and listen to again and again, while early readers will enjoy reading it on their own.
Educators: Download free activities based on this book.
About the Author: Anthony D. Fredericks (www.anthonydfredericks.com) is a best-selling and award-winning author who has published 153 books including an eclectic array of college textbooks, education titles, children’s books, and several adult nonfiction books. His nonfiction titles include the bestselling “Ace Your Teacher Interview” (“Every education major should get this book!”), the always popular “Horseshoe Crab: Biography of a Survivor” (“A reminder that a skillful storyteller can find a good tale anywhere.”), and his latest tome, “The Secret Life of Clams: The Mysteries and Magic of Our Favorite Shellfish” (“An ideal book – filled with humor, natural history, insights, interviews, and adventure. A most delicious read!”). Fredericks is professor of education at York College in York, PA.
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