Once upon a time there were four little Rabbits, and their names were— Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail, and Peter. Peter Rabbit and other tales Children love to hear the antics of Peter Rabbit and his forays into the garden of Mr. McGregor. Beatrix Potter wrote an entire collection of stories for children, and illustrated them in Read More »
If you have never heard of Thornton Burgess or his classic children’s books – then you are in for a treat! Burgess loved nature and writing for children – so much so that he wrote for 50 years in books and newspapers. His stories are fun and engaging, while providing insight into the behavior and Read More »
Last week someone on the Homeschool Commons Facebook page asked if I had seen any free ebooks about snakes. While she was looking for material to read to her younger son, I found mostly adult books. But I still wanted to share them here in case there are any older snake and reptile lovers out Read More »
I’ve had this nature reader in my bookmarked list for quite some time. In fact, it was near the top. For some reason or another I hadn’t shared it with you. But when I went looking for resources this week I happened once again upon it. It has everything a living book needs – beautiful color images, Read More »
Amazing illustrations and descriptions of quadrapeds (four-legged animals) that are common to North America by none other than J. W. Audubon himself! Each species has a detailed illustration, synopsis of it’s looks, and a description of it’s habits and where it can be found. Download The Quadrupeds of North America from archive.org.