Books in Print

The following titles are available from the publishers. You may be able to find some of my older books online.

2017 Books

Hatching ChicksHatching Chicks in Room 6 (Charlesbridge, 2017)(available January 10, 2017)
Follow a classroom of kindergarteners as they hatch chicks in an incubator. Photographs by Caroline Arnold.

2016 Books

Living FossilsLiving Fossils: Clues to the Past (Charlesbridge, 2016)
Discover living animals remarkably similar to their fossil ancestors. Illustrated by Andrew Plant.
 
A Day and Night in the Rain Forest A Day and Night in the Rain Forest (Capstone: PictureWindow Books, Jan 2015)
This book for primary grades, illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, follows a 24 cycle of life in the Amazon rain forest.

A Day and Night in the Desert A Day and Night in the Desert (Capstone: PictureWindow Books, Jan 2015)
This book for young readers, illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, follows a 24 cycle of life in the Sonoran desert.

A Day and Night on the Prairie A Day and Night on the Prairie (Capstone: PictureWindow Books, Jan 2015)
Illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, this book for primary grades follows a 24 cycle of activity on the prairie.

A Day and Night in the ForestA Day and Night in the Forest (Capstone: PictureWindow Books, Jan 2015)
This book for young readers follows a 24 cycle of activity in a North American deciduous forest. Illustrated with cut-paper art by Caroline Arnold.

A Panda's World A Panda's World (PictureWindow Books, Feb 2015)
This board book for preschool and early readers, illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, follows a baby panda as it grows up in the forest.

A Zebra's World A Zebra's World (PictureWindow Books, Feb 2015)
This board book for preschool and early readers, illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, follows a baby zebra as it grows up on the African plain.

A Penguin's World A Penguin's World (PictureWindow Books, Feb 2015)
Illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, this board book for preschool and early readers follows two Adelie penguin chicks as they grow up in Antarctica.

A Polar Bear's World A Polar Bear's World (PictureWindow Books, Feb 2015)
This board book for preschool and early readers, illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, follows two polar bear cubs as they grow up in the icy world of the Arctic.

2014 Books
 
Lemurs How Smart is a Lemur? (Heinemann, 2014)
This book is only available in the Fountas Pinnell Leveled Literary Intervention reading program.
Illustrated with photographs.

Albino Animals Albino Animals: Rare, Pale Beauties (Heinemann, 2014)
This book is only available in the Fountas Pinnell Leveled Literary Intervention reading program. Illustrated with photographs. 


2013 Books

Too Hot? Too Cold?Too Hot? Too Cold? Keeping Body Temperature Just Right (Charlesbridge, 2013)
Discover the remarkable--and similar--ways in which humans and animals adapt to heat and cold. Illustrated by Annie Patterson.

Sneezes and Sniffles?Sneezes and Sniffles, Your Questions Answered (Heinemann, 2013)
This book is only available in the Fountas Pinnell Leveled Literary Intervention reading program. Illustrated by Glin Dilby.


Your Skeletal System Your Skeletal System (Lerner, 2013)
This book for children 7-10, is an updated and reillustrated version of The Skeletal System (Lerner, 2005).
Also available in Spanish as El Sistema Oseo (2007).

2012 Books

A Warmer World A Warmer World (Charlesbridge Publishing, 2012)
This book for children 8-11, illustrated with colorful art by Jamie Hogan, examines the effects of climate change on wildlife.


2010 Books

A Polar Bear's World A Polar Bear's World (PictureWindow Books, 2010)
This book for primary grades, illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, follows two polar bear cubs as they grow up in the icy world of the Arctic.

A Walrus' World A Walrus' World (PictureWindow Books, 2010)
This book for young readers, illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, follows a baby walrus as it grows up in the cold waters of the Arctic.

A Moose's World A Moose's World (PictureWindow Books, 2010)
Illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, this book for primary grades follows a moose calf as it grows up in the far north.

2008 Books

A Wombat's WorldA Wombat's World (PictureWindow Books, 2008)
This book for young readers introduces a baby wombat, and follows him as he grows up in Australia. Illustrated with cut-paper art by Caroline Arnold.

2007 Books

Wiggle and WaggleWiggle and Waggle (Charlesbridge, 2007)
Wiggle and Waggle are worms. They live in the garden. Meet these two wiggly, waggly heroes in five wormy chapters for beginning readers.



Taj MahalTaj Mahal (Carolrhoda, 2007)
Echoing the style of the magnificent illustrated manuscripts that chronicle royal life in 16th century India, this book about Emperor Shah Jahan and his wife Mumtaz Mahal recalls both history and legend in the story of their meeting, of the epic events of their life together, and of the ultimate fulfillment of a promise. Co-authored with Madeleine Comora.

2006 Books

The Terrible Hodag and the Animal Catchers The Terrible Hodag and the Animal Catchers (Boyds Mills Press, 2006)
A tall tale set in the north woods about a creature with the head of an ox, feet of a bear, back of a dinosaur and tail of an alligator and how his lumberjack friends help keep him from going to a zoo.

A Penguin's World A Penguin's World (PictureWindow Books, 2006)
Illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, this book for primary grades follows two Adelie penguin chicks as they grow up in Antarctica.

2004 Books

Who Is Bigger?  Who Is Smaller?Who Is Bigger? Who Is Smaller? (Charlesbridge, 2004)
This board book for preschoolers, illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, compares seven farm animals and allows the reader to discover who is bigger and who is smaller. (available only on Amazon)
Who Has More?  Who Has Fewer?Who Has More? Who Has Fewer? (Charlesbridge, 2004)
This board book for preschoolers, illustrated with colorful cut paper art by Caroline Arnold, introduces seven birds and allows the reader to count their various number of eggs and babies. (available only on Amazon)

2003 Books

Birds Nature's Magnificent Flying MachinesBirds Nature's Magnificent Flying Machines (Charlesbridge, 2003)
This book, beautifully illustrated by Patricia Wynne, looks at how feathers, body structure, and wings vary from bird to bird. Readers will learn the mechanics of bird flight from takeoff to landing and discover how wing types meet the survival needs of each species.


The Geography Book:  Activities for Exploring, Mapping, and Enjoying Your WorldThe Geography Book: Activities for Exploring, Mapping, and Enjoying Your World (Wiley, 2001)
This book, filled with fifty nifty hands-on activities, provides exciting ways to learn about latitude and longitude, maps, climate, natural features of the earth, and other geographical concepts.

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