Arizona Activity Book
A new way to enjoy Arizona with your family How do you make the perfect Arizona getaway even better? Give your kids the Arizona Activity Book by Paula Ellis for hours of fun! From mazes and word finds to maps and Arizona-related illustrations to color, it’s a great way for children of all ages to learn about the area and is ideal for car rides and quiet time.
Arizona-related illustrations to color.
Engaging activities that children of all ages can enjoy.
Fascinating information about the state.
Word games, dot-to-dots, Arizona Bingo and more!
Discover your favorite things about the Grand Canyon State. The Arizona Activity Book is a great way to do it!”
Author: Ellis, Paula.
Kids Nature Log
Educators have long known about the positive effects that come from journaling. This log book is designed to help build the self-esteem of kids through creating something of their own—their own artwork, written observations—their own keepsake! Inside are:58 log pages that gently guide kids to record their important observations, both written and drawn! A nature fact, game, experiment, craft, or way to help nature is included on each one!14 Notes/Photos/Art pages to paste a photo, do more artwork, press a leaf or flower!2 Quick Log pages to quickly see what you have logged in and when a Log Tips page for special hints on using this log. Bring this log on your next outing! Play some games, do an experiment, make a craft! Write down what you see, draw it! Does it make a sound? Does it move? How many are there? Have fun, enjoy nature! Author: Brandt, DeAnna.
Myths & Truths About Coyotes
Once just a colorful character in children’s cartoons or accounts of the Old West, coyotes are now real-life neighbors to nearly every one of us. Coyotes can be found in every U.S. state except Hawaii, and they make themselves at home in suburbs and cities, as well as the countryside. Most of us have heard or read stories or watched TV accounts of coyote problems across the country, and many of us have heard the howls of a coyote pack somewhere just beyond our sight. The spread of the intelligent, adaptable, and opportunistic coyote across America is one of the biggest wildlife success stories of recent years but not everyone is happy about it. Parents worry that their children might be attacked by a coyote in the backyard or a nearby field or park. Pet owners have the same concern about their cats and dogs. Sheep and cattle farmers, and even fruit growers, have long been up in arms about losses to coyotes. And the list goes on.
Have you ever wondered which animals thrive in the American Southwest and how they survive? Although it may look barren, the desert is teeming with life. This fantastic guide is filled with stunning photography and fascinating information by Karen Krebbs, a naturalist with more than 30 years of experience studying desert life. Desert Life spotlights more than 80 species of plants and animals, with a special emphasis on how to spot them and how they survive in the Chihuahuan, Great Basin, Mojave, and Sonoran deserts. From plants and small insects to large mammals, this book provides an entirely new understanding of life in the desert.
Author: Krebbs, Karen
Desert Life of the Southwest Activity Book
“Discover the Amazing Animals and Plants of the Desert! Children often imagine the desert as a barren, lifeless place—but the Chihuahuan, Great Basin, Mojave, and Sonoran deserts are brimming with plant and animal life. Learn about the wonders of this amazing habitat and how animals survive there in an interactive introduction by Karen Krebbs that’s sure to occupy kids for countless hours. Through coloring pages by Phil Juliano, word finds, mazes, and more, young nature lovers will discover fascinating facts about everything from scorpions and javelinas to sagebrush and cacti. Your children will never view deserts the same way again! Inside you’ll find; Coloring pages featuring iconic desert life: Gila monsters, rattlesnakes, and more. Entertaining activities for children of all ages. Engaging information about the Chihuahuan, Great Basin, Mojave, and Sonoran deserts. Color-by-number, dot-to-dots, secret codes, and more!”