What kind of animals lay eggs?
A chicken?
An ostrich?
Maybe even . . . a dinosaur?!

Find out which animals lay eggs in this entertaining picture book for toddlers, preschoolers, and early readers. (For ages 1-5)

Available on AmazonBarnes & NobleIndiebound.org, and Bookshop.

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Teach your child about colors with this entertaining picture book! Can a Tree Be Blue? is a fun, brightly illustrated nature adventure for young readers. In this book, children will discover all the colors that a tree can be, while also learning how trees change throughout the year.

So snuggle up to read this story–then take the adventure outside and search your own neighborhood for your local trees and their colors!

Available on on AmazonBarnes and Noble, or IndieBound.

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More in this series:

Can cuttlefish count?
What do sea cucumbers eat?
How do lobsters carry their babies?

Learning about marine invertebrates with this fun coloring book! Shrimp, Shrimp, Cuttlefish features more than 30 marine invertebrates with coloring pages, science facts, and much more.

Available on Amazon and online through other bookstores.

Insect lovers unite!

Bug, Bug, Spider is whimsical coloring book that combines science and fun. As kids color through the pages, they will meet dozens of common invertebrates and learn intriguing facts about each critter and its special trait or ability.

Learn about butterflies, crickets, grasshoppers, spiders, snails, and more through these coloring pages, activities, and craft projects!

Available on Amazon and online through other bookstores.

A rocket, a robot, and the beginnings of a Mars colony…

A long time ago, in the house that Jack built, a rat ate the malt, a cat chased the rat, and a dog, a cow, and a maiden all-forlorn came by for a visit. Now, on a nearby red planet, a truck builds a house, while a robot helps out…but space exploration comes with a few surprises!

Available on AmazonBarnes & Noble, or from a local bookstore using Indiebound.org.