Winter Walk by Virginia Brimhall Snow.
$16.99 (sold out for the season)
Snowflakes Creative Paper Cutouts
This book shows you how to make wonderful snowflakes, and we think this would be a perfect family get-together. This book will turn you into a snowflake pro (which is not quite the same as being a flake-ologist). It contains 75 full-size patterns, and includes instructions for folding, cutting, and decorating your snowflakes.
A Wish to be a Christmas Tree
by Michael Glenn & Colleen Monroe
This charming tale of an overgrown pine that was always passed over for Christmas, and what his woodland friends do to help him, is sure to become a holiday classic for years to come.
$17.95 (sold out for the season)
What could be sweeter than adorable baby animals snuggling with their mommies? This simple board book with warm illustrations feature a variety of animals and celebrate the affection between mothers and children. Cuddles and kisses will surely abound when reading this aloud!
The Chickadee Spirit
by Bill O. Smith
The Chickadee Spirit takes the reader into a curious winter community – strong, kind and slightly screwy, a community welcoming to each and every creature that ventures into the “chickadee dome”. Along the way, children are introduced to the beauties and mysteries of the natural world. Hardcover:
Chickadees at Night
by Bill O. Smith
Where do chickadees go at night? What a story they have to tell! So gather around, one and all, for a flight of fancy into the mysteries of the natural world. Gorgeous illustrations, clever text, and a reverence for the natural world are woven together seamlessly, and resolved into a deeply satisfying conclusion. A quiet delight for both listener and storyteller. Hardcover:
Starting Life: Tree
By Claire Llewellyn
You’ll love the Starting Life series of books. Beautifully illustrated, and exceptional text explains the life cycles of plants, insects, and others. Ages 4 – 8,
Angelina-Katrina– Bugs in my backyard by Kathleen Loper, illustrated by Dan Waltz. Visit with Angelina Katrina as she leads you through her backyard and introduces several new friends. Find out just how easy it is for things in nature to get along and the lessons we can learn from the simple little bugs we see every day. ISBN 0-9741774-4-X
Busy with Bugs by Toni Albert
Busy with Bugs provides and ant hill of activity for kids who love bugs and bug adventures. The book buzzes with practical how-to information, fun facts, and awesome illustrations. It is also funny. Peppered throughout the book are “Bug Giggles,” quick one or two line jokes … for instance: What do you call the biggest ant in the world? Answer: a Giant. Get it!? You’ll also find several different bug traps and information on how to care for the bugs when you trap them. Kids age five through teens will love this book. Paperback, 72 pages,
Wild About Michigan Birds A Youth’s Guide to the Birds of Michigan
Introduce Kids to the Fun of Bird Watching Includes: color photos, habitat info, range maps, egg photos, life cycles, places to journal, and really fun facts for kids! Paperback.
Bateman’s Backyard Birds by Robert Bateman
Renowned wildlife artist and naturalist Robert Bateman invites young birders to discover the wonderful world of birds that exists in their own backyards. There’s no better way to start a lifelong adventure with birds! Age 5 – 12,
Exotic Butterflies and Moths Coloring Book – a collection of finely detailed accurate illustrations by nature artist Ruth Soffer. 29 species of butterflies and moths, and offers colorists a special challenge-and hours of coloring enjoyment. Ages 7 and up,
Dinosaur Sticker Activity Book – We offer a complete collection of little Dover dollar activity books. Paper, full-color illustrations, ages five and up, priced from
Starting Life: Duck
By Claire Llewellyn
Every child is enthralled with baby ducklings at the park. This book takes readers through each stage of life—from egg to duckling to duck. Age 4 – 8, hardcover,