American Crows

Who’s that squawking in the backyard? It’s an American crow! Find out where American crows live, what they eat, and how to identify the birds and their eggs.

Chinese New Year

Out with the old and in with the new! It’s time to celebrate Chinese New Year! Clean the house. Have a feast with relatives. Watch fireworks and dragon dances. Make paper...

Mourning Doves

Who’s that singing in the backyard? It’s a mourning dove! Find out where mourning doves live, what they eat, and how to identify the birds and their eggs.

Ramadan

It’s time to celebrate Ramadan. For one month, Muslims don’t eat or drink for most of the day. They pray and help the poor. Muslims focus on being thankful during this...

Goldfinches

Who’s that singing in the backyard? It’s a goldfinch! Find out where goldfinches live, what they eat, and how to identify the birds and their eggs.

Earthworms

Earthworms wiggle in the soil under our feet. In their dark homes, these helpful critters make their way around with no eyes or ears while enriching the soil. Appeal to young...

Show Me Polar Animals My First Picture Encyclopedia

From birds to fish to polar mammals, there are so many polar animals to learn about. Show Me Polar Animals has more than 100 facts and definitions about animals in the coldest...

Thorny Devil Lizards and Other Extreme Reptile Adaptations

A lizard that runs on water! A snake that looks like a twig! Reptiles have fascinating ways of adapting to their environments. Discover some of the most interesting and unusual...

Butterflies

Beautiful butterflies flutter about, catching our eyes with their bright colors. Their senses, eating habits, and life cycle are just as wondrous as their bright colors. Appeal to...

Kwanzaa

It’s time to celebrate Kwanzaa! Light the kinara. Eat a big feast with your family. During Kwanzaa, people come together. They celebrate African-American heritage.

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