Other books byBecky Baines
ZigZag: Your Skin Holds You In
Did you know that Your Skin Holds You In? This intriguing title brings kids all the most interesting, thought-provoking aspects of the skin we’re in: how many holes are in it? How does it stretch and shrink and when? What are all the amazing and beautiful colors it comes in? Then, once curiosity is under your skin, Zigzag a little deeper: discover that a polar bear’s skin is actually black! Do your own skin-pinch experimentouch!!
ZigZag: What's in That Egg?
Eggs are awesome! But how come some birds’ eggs are HUGE while others’ are tiny? How do chicks come out of them? Imagine if humans were born from eggs! WOW!
ZigZag: The Bones You Own
Why does a baby have about 350 bones, but his mom just over 200? Why are my bones hiddennot like a skeleton’s? And why does Mom say milk is good for my bones?
ZigZag: What Did One Elephant Say to the Other?
What Did One Elephant Say to the Other? Imagine a herd of elephants all talking to each other. How do they do it? What do they tell each other? Readers will learn a lot about elephants, habitats, animal communication, and much more. With their curiosity piqued, readers then Zigzag to other questions...what if elephants lived in a different environment? How do other creatures communicate? How can I do an experiment to talk like an elephant?