Learn how the modern-day descendants of the Nashua Indians and European settlers were able to combat pollution and restore the beauty of the Nashua River in Massachusetts. The book’s beautiful illustrations depict the passage of time from early Native American tribes to modern day.
A book about the Earth’s ecology and it’s connection to mankind.
Want to be friends with one of the oldest things on earth? Many rocks have existed for millions of years. Some formed in the ocean, deep underground, or on the surface of the earth as volcanoes cooled! Read this book to learn the ten rules for finding a special rock.
A guidebook for exploring the natural world, with safety tips and suggestions for documenting your findings.
A simply written and illustrated book that introduces earthworms to young readers.
Illustrated with beautiful cut-paper collages, this book describes some of the planet’s most extreme environments.
Using selections from John Muir’s diaries, this book tells the story of one of America’s most influential environmentalists.
Once there was a tree and now only the stump remains. But who owns that stump? From the large, lumbering bear that uses it to sharpen his claws, to the tiny ants that make it their home, the stump belongs to everyone.
Different ways that seeds are spread in the wild.