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In like a lion, out like a lamb —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Describes in verse the lion that is March weather, which finally gives way to the lamb of spring.

Rainbow —Bauer, Marion Dane, author.

"What is that colorful arc in the sky? It is a rainbow. Rainbows are always pretty to look at, but where do they come from? The answer is at your fingertips. Just open this book and read about the wonders of rainbows ......

Crinkle, crackle, crack : it's spring! —Bauer, Marion Dane, author.

Invites the reader to join a bear and other woodland animals on a cold, moonlit walk to investigate strange noises and observe the arrival of spring.

Clouds —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Illustrations and simple text explain three types of clouds, stratus, cumulus, and cirrus.

Sun —Bauer, Marion Dane, author.

"There are no clouds in the sky. The sun is shining! How does the sun bring us such warm, bright days? Just open this book and read about the wonders of the sun."-- Provided by publisher.

One brown bunny —Bauer, Marion Dane.

One brown bunny goes out one day and finds many friends who would like to play.

Wind —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Illustrations and simple text explain what wind is, how it is used by plants, birds, and people, and how wind can become a storm.

Rain —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Illustrations and simple text explain what rain is, how it is used by plants, birds, and people, and the importance of clean water.

Dinosaur thunder —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Brannon is afraid of thunder until his older brother compares thunder to one of Brannon's favorite subjects--dinosaurs.

Thank you for me! —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Rhythmic text enumerates what various body parts can do, including hands to clap and a body to twirl, then expresses thanks for each of those parts--and for the whole.

Toes, ears, & nose! : a lift-the-flap book —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Baby is bundled in a mountain of clothes. Lift the flaps of clothing to find out what's underneath.

Frog's best friend —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Frog learns how to share his best friend, Turtle, with the other animals.

The cutest critter —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Which is the cutest critter in the land? Real-life photographs of baby bears, wolves, raccoons, and other animals lead children to the answer.

How do I love you? —Bauer, Marion Dane.

A little girl compares all the ways she feels love to the wonders of nature that animals love.

The stuff of stars —Bauer, Marion Dane, author.

"Before the universe was formed, before time and space existed, there was . . . nothing. But then . . . BANG! Stars caught fire and burned so long that they exploded, flinging stardust everywhere. And the ash of those st...

Land of the buffalo bones : the diary of Mary Ann Elizabeth Rodgers, an English girl in Minnesota —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Fourteen-year-old Polly Rodgers keeps a diary of her 1873 journey from England to Minnesota as part of a colony of eighty people seeking religious freedom, and of their first year struggling to make a life there, led by ...

Toes, ears, & nose! : a lift-the-flap book —Bauer, Marion Dane.

Engages readers to lift the flaps to see which body parts are hiding underneath clothing.

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