Kids Books - Nature Books

Jolted: Newton Starker's Rules for Survival

By Arthur Slade
1 ratings1 reviews
  • happypug12
    happypug124 stars
    I'm almost finished reading this book and it's basically a mix of Charlotte's Web, The Hunger Games (Near the end of the book), and a reality story. It seems kind of boring at first, with some interesting parts, but it seems that all that Newton really cares about is high marks, himself, and his...

My Weird But True Fact-a-Day Fun Journal

By National Geographic Kids
9 ratings63 reviews
  • coolnicki477
    I hope there is a freebie about this soon... I really want it. It will also be good for my school because they take in "fun facts" from students each day so the book can help me record the facts down so I can tell the school the fun & factual information.

Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor

By Jon Scieszka
2 ratings3 reviews
  • xxpish
    xxpish5 stars
    Frank Einstein is a science genius. He works on inventions and helps his grandpa with his shop while his crazy parents are traveling around the world for their travel blog. But Gramps is about to lose the shop because of the lack of finances, and Frank is convinced that he can win the Science Fai...

Dancing Days #5 (Magic Bunny)

By Sue Bentley
2 ratings2 reviews
  • athena1604
    athena16045 stars
    I love this book because its about this magic bunny named arrow helping a girl when arrow is invisible.

The Lorax Pop-Up!

By Dr. Seuss
46 ratings40 reviews
  • chococolatechipcookie
    The Lorax is the best of Dr. Seuss's books. It is about a truffala tree forest and a human comes to cut down trees and makes a thneed. The Lorax tries to stop it but soon all the trees are cut down. So the Lorax send all the animals away and then he goes away too and leaves only one word: Unless....

Ida B: . . . and Her Plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, and (Possibly) Save the World (Bank Street College of Education Josette Frank Award (Awards))

By Katherine Hannigan
19 ratings21 reviews
  • haasjm
    haasjm5 stars
    I loved this book. It's about accepting new changes and friends. I love how it relates to the book, True(... Sort of) by the way the earth talks to them. I recommend this book to people that like reading about life suddenly falls apart but then gets put back together.

Ultimate Bodypedia: An Amazing Inside-Out Tour of the Human Body (National Geographic Kids)

By Patricia Daniels, Christina Wilsdon, Jen Agresta
3 ratings10 reviews
  • blossom
    That book looks good but doesn't look for my type and some very cool stuff

The Ugly Vegetables

By Grace Lin
1 ratings1 reviews
  • sherbear1103
    9I love these book because this book show that chinese veggies might be ugly but taste awesome :)

One Year in Coal Harbor

By Polly Horvath
0 ratings1 reviews
  • pigdip37
    i thought the girl girl in this book did not give up on her parents even though other people gave up on them. also some of her dreams came true at the end of both books:)

Disgusting Digestion (Horrible Science)

By Nick Arnold
1 ratings1 reviews
  • anmol
    anmol5 stars
    really horrible

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