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It is well, with my soul, It is well, it is well with my soul. And, Lord haste the day when the faith shall be sight, The clouds be rolled back as a scroll, The trump shall resound and the Lord shall descend, "Even so" - it is well with my soul. It is well with my soul, It is well, it is well with my soul Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee Henry Van Dyke Joyful, joyful, we adore Thee, God of glory, Lord of love; Hearts unfold like flowers before Thee, Praising Thee, their sun above. Melt the clouds of sin and sadness, drive the dark of doubt away; Giver of immortal gladness, Fill us with the light of day! All Thy works with joy surround Thee, Earth and Heaven reflect Thy rays, Stars and angels sing around Thee, center of unbroken praise. Field and forest, vale and mountain, flowery meadow, flashing sea, Chanting bird and flowing fountain, call us to rejoice in Thee.
Thou art giving and forgiving, ever blessing, ever blest, Well-spring of the joy of living, ocean depth of happy rest! Thou our Father Christ, our Brother- all who live in love are Thine; Teach us how to love each other, lift us to the joy divine. Mortals, join the happy chorus which the morning stars began, Father love is reigning ov'er us, brother love binds man to man Ever singing, march we onward, victors in the midst of strife, Joyful music leads us sunward in the triumph song of life. Lord of the Sea W.C. Martin I know not the sea in whose waters I sail, What perils may lie there for me; Dear Master come into my bark small and frail, For Thou are the Lord of the sea. Lord of the sea, pilot Thou me, Over life's billowy sea; Till I shall cast anchor at last, And rest in the harbor with Thee. When tempests arise and billows are high, Ah, then will I look to the Lord; For Thou wilt rebuke with a glance of Thy eye,
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And still their wild rage with a word. Lord of the sea, pilot Thou me, Over life's billowy sea; Till I shall cast anchor at last, And rest in the harbor with Thee. Thou knowest the harbor I seek, and the rest, Thou knowest the paths of the sea; I know Thou wilt guide me in ways that are best, I trust my bark wholly to Thee. Lord of the sea, pilot Thou me, Over life's billowy sea; Till I shall cast anchor at last, And rest in the harbor with Thee. Rock of Ages Augustus Toplady Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee; Let the water and the blood, From Thy wounded side which flowed, Be of sin the double cure; Cleanse me from its guilt and pow'r. Not the labors of my hands, Can fulfill Thy law's demands; Could my zeal no respite know, Could my tears forever flow, All for sin could not atone; Thou must save, and Thou alone.
Nothing in my hand I bring, Simply to Thy cross I cling, Naked, come to Thee for dress, Helpless, look to Thee for grace; Vile, I to the fountain fly, Wash me, Savior, or I die! While I draw this fleeting breath, When my eyes shall close in death, When I soar to worlds unknown, See Thee on Thy judgment throne, Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee. Send the Light By Chas. H. Gabriel There's a call comes ringing over the restless waves, Send the Light! Send the Light! There are souls to rescue, there are souls to save, Send the Light! Send the Light! Send the Light! The blessed gospel Light! Let it shine, from shore to shore! Send the Light! The blessed gospel Light! Let it shine, forevermore! We have heard the Macedonian call today, Send the Light! Send the Light! And a golden offering at the cross we lay, Send the Light! Send the Light! Send the Light! The blessed gospel Light!
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Let it shine, from shore to shore! Send the Light! The blessed gospel Light! Let it shine, forevermore! We will pray that grace may everywhere abound, Send the Light! Send the Light! And a Christlike spirit everywhere be found, Send the Light! Send the Light! Send the Light! The blessed gospel Light! Let it shine, from shore to shore! Send the Light! The blessed gospel Light! Let it shine, forevermore! We will not grow weary in the work of love, Send the Light! Send the Light! Let us gather jewels for a crown above, Send the Light! Send the Light! Send the Light! The blessed gospel Light! Let it shine, from shore to shore! Send the Light! The blessed gospel Light! Let it shine, forevermore! Softly Now The Light of Day By Goe. W. Doane Softly now the light of day Fades upon our sight away; Free from care, from labor free, Lord we commune with Thee!
Thou Whose all pervading eye Naught escapes, without, within, Pardon each infirmity, Open fault and secret sin! Soon for us the light of day Shall forever pass away; Then, from sin and sorrow free, Take us, Lord, to dwell with Thee! Sweet By and By J.P. Webster There's a land that is fairer than day, And by faith we can see it afar; For the Father waits over the way, To prepare us a dwelling place there. In the sweet by and by, We shall meet on that beautiful shore; In the sweet by and by, We shall meet on that beautiful shore. We shall sing on that beautiful shore The melodious songs of the blest, And our spirits shall sorrow no more, Not a sigh for the blessing of rest. In the sweet by and by, We shall meet on that beautiful shore; In the sweet by and by, We shall meet on that beautiful shore.
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To our bountiful Father above, We will offer our tribute of praise, For the glorious gift of His love, And blessings that hallow our days. In the sweet by and by, We shall meet on that beautiful shore; In the sweet by and by, We shall meet on that beautiful shore. The Beautiful Home Mrs. E.W. Chapman There's a home in a beautiful bow'r, By the side of the pure crystal sea, Where the roses a rich fragrance show'r, And the fruits of the garden are free. There's a home which the tenderest love, Hath created and furnished a new, In a land that is not far away, Where the sky shall forever be blue. There's a home where the street is of gold, Such a wonderful place it must be, There a beauty that ne'er can be told, `Tis a home I am longing to see.
Chorus... In that beautiful home, we shall rest, And the Saviour we love we shall see; With the faithful and true ever blest, A most beautiful home it will be. The Lily of the Valley I have found a friend in Jesus, He's everything to me, He's the fairest of ten thousand to my soul; The Lily of the Valley, in Him alone I see All I need to cleanse and make me fully whole. In sorrow He's my comfort, In trouble He's my stay, He tells me every care on Him to roll, He's the Lily of the Valley, The Bright and Morning Star, He's the fairest of ten thousand to my soul. He all my grief has taken, And all my sorrows borne; In temptation He's my strong and mighty tow'r; I have all for Him forsaken, And all my idols torn from heart And now He keeps me by His pow'r. Tho' all the world forsake me, And satan tempts me sore,
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Thro' Jesus I shall safely reach the goal, He's the Lily of the Valley, The Bright and Morning Star, He's the fairest of ten thousand to my soul. He will never, never leave me, Nor yet forsake me here, While I live by faith and do His blessed will; A wall of fire about me, I've nothing now to fear, With His manna He my hungry soul shall fill. Then sweeping up to glory, To see His blessed face, Where rivers of delight shall ever roll, He's the Lily of the Valley, The Bright and Morning Star, He's the fairest of ten thousand to my soul. This is My Father's World Maltbie Davenport Babcock This is my Father's world, and to my listening ears, All mature sings, and round me rings the music of the spheres. This is my Father's world, I rest me in the thought Of rocks and trees, of skies and seas - His hand the wonders wrought. This is my Father's world, the birds their carols raise,
The morning light, the lily white, declare their Maker's praise. This is my Father's world, He shines in all that's fair; In the rustling grass I hear Him pass, He speaks to me everywhere. This is my Father's world, O let me never forget That though the wrong seems oft so strong, God is the Ruler yet. This is my Father's world, the battle is not done, Jesus who died shall be satisfied, and earth and heaven be one. "Whosoever" Meaneth Me By J.E.M I am happy today and the sun shines bright, The clouds have been rolled away, For the Saviour said, "Whosoever" will, May come with Him to stay. "Whosoever" surely meaneth me, Surely meaneth me, O surely meaneth me; "Whosoever," surely meaneth me, "Whosoever" meaneth me. All my hopes have been raised, O His name be praised, His glory has filled my soul; I've been lifted up and from sin set free, His blood hath made me whole. "Whosoever" surely meaneth me, Surely meaneth me,
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O surely meaneth me; "Whosoever," surely meaneth me, "Whosoever" meaneth me. O what wonderful love, O what grace divine, That Jesus should die for me; I was lost in sin, For the world I pined, But now I am set free.
"Whosoever" surely meaneth me, Surely meaneth me, O surely meaneth me; "Whosoever," surely meaneth me, "Whosoever" meaneth me.
Other Hymns You MUST Look Up! Abide With Me M. Flyte As the Life of the Flower By Laura E. Newell At the Cross By Isaac Watts Beautiful Zion Beulah Land Beyond the Sunset By Josephine Pollard Bringing in the Sheaves By Knowles Shaw Footsteps of Jesus By Mary B.C. Slade Heavenly Sunlight He Leadeth Me By Josh Gilmore He'll Wipe All Tears Away By J.M. Hunter How Beautiful Heaven Must Be By A.S. Bridgewater I am Clinging to the Rock By J.W. Bowman I Want to Be A Worker By I. Baltzell I Will Sing the Wondrous Story By F.H. Rawley I Will Trust in My Saviour By Mrs. Lula K. Rogers In the Garden By C. Austin Miles In the Morning of Joy By Mrs. RA Evilsizer Jesus Saves By Priscilla Owens Jewels for Jesus By Jennie Wilson Master, The Tempest is Raging By Mary A. Baker Mighty Rock, Whose Towering Form By Fanny Crosby Nearer, My God to Thee By Sarah F. Adams Near the Cross By Fanny Crosby Oh, How I Love Jesus Praise Him! Praise Him! Saviour Like a Shepherd By Dorothy A Thrupp Seeds of Promise By Jessie H. Brown 155
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Shall We Gather At The River? By Robert Lowry Softly Now the Light of Day By Geo. W. Doane Sowing the Seed of the Kingdom By Fred A. Fillmore Sun of My Soul By John Kepler Sunlight By J.S. Van De Venter Sunshine By I.N. McHose The Beautiful Garden of Prayer By Eleanor Allen Schroll The Beautiful Home By Mrs. E.W. Chapman The Garden of My Heart By Haldor Lillenas The Light of the World is Jesus By A.J. Showalter The Ninety and Nine By Elizabeth Clephane The Rock That is Higher Than I By William H. Fisher The Unclouded Day By J.K. Alwood There is Power in the Blood By L.E. Jones There Shall Be Showers of Blessing By Mrs. Addie McGranahan There is Sunshine in My Heart By Alfred Barratt Though Your Sins Be As Scarlet By Fanny Crosby To That City Will You Go? By M.B.C. Slade Under His Sheltering Wings By James Rowe We are Going Down the Valley By Jessie H. Brown When I See Jesus Face to Face By Mrs. J.M. Hunter Where the Soul Never Dies By William M. Golden While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Nahum Tate Whiter Than Snow By James Nicholson 156
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Neat Quotes for Your Nature Notebooks...
The following are a sampling of the different types of quotes that are tucked away in my children's notebooks. They come from devotional reading, read-alouds, quote books, and even friends and family. I am simply unable to share them all, but there are so many wonderful resources available for your to use with your children based on their interests. I almost promise that many of you will be able to spot those quotes from each of my children's notebooks, just by their interests! Have fun!
"All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen." Ralph Waldo Emerson "There is snow on the window pane framing my room. And the trees are heavy with frosty bloom." Anne Mary Lawler "Only the actions of the just smell sweet and blossom in the dust." James Shirley "We find God in so many things, in flowers wakened with each Spring, in butterflies and sunsets grand, we see God's love--we touch God's hand." Emilie Barnes
"Love comforteth like sunshine after rain." William Shakespeare "Thank You, God, for quiet places far from life's crowded ways, where our hearts find true contentment and our souls fill up with praise." Emilie Barnes "Hand in hand with fairy grace will we sing, and bless this place." William Shakespeare " There is always something good in people who love flowers." Esther Hautzig "Flowers leave some of their fragrance in the hand that bestows them." Chinese Proverb
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"Were there no God, we would be in this glorious world with grateful hearts and no one to thank." Christina Rosetti " `Just living is not enough,' said the butterfly. `One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower." Hans Christian Anderson "More than anything, I must have flowers, always, always." Claude Monet "Just as the lovely flowers lend their sweetness to each day, may we touch the lives of those we meet in a kind and gentle way." Emilie Barnes "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." Ralph Waldo Emerson "Life is short but there is always time for courtesy." Ralph Waldo Emerson "The only gift is a portion of thyself." Ralph Waldo Emerson "Love comforteth like sunshine after rain." William Shakespeare
"There is no season such delight can bring as Summer, Autumn, Winter, and the Spring." William Browne (1591-1643) "Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright, The bridal of the earth and skies." George Herbert "Only a sweet and virtuous soul, Like seasoned timber, never gives." George Herbert "And hark! How blithe the Throstle sings, He, too, is no mean preacher; Come forth into the light of things Let Nature be your teacher." Wordsworth "Morality without religion is only a kind of dead reckoning, an endeavor to find our place on a cloudy sea." Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882) American poet and educator, From Kavanagh "As the twig is bent, the tree will grow." Author Unknown
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"The best things are nearest: breath in your nostrils, light in your eyes, flowers at your feet, duties at your hand, the path of God just before you." Robert Louis Stevenson "My garden, with its silence and pulses of fragrance that come and go on the airy undulations, affects me like sweet music. Care stops at the gates, and gazes at me wistfully through the bars." Alexander Smith "Our life is like a garden, and with God's loving care it blossoms with the flowers of His blessings everywhere." Emilie Barnes "The world will never starve for want of wonders." G.K. Chesterton "Changes come all the time..." LM. Montgomery "There is so much in the world for us all if we only have eyes to see it..." LM Montgomery "If you desire to be more Heavenly minded, think more of the things of Heaven, and less of the things of earth." Stonewall Jackson
"Flowers are like poetry: both considered impractical in this world, yet necessary food for the soul." Connie Foss "If seeds in the black earth can turn into such beautiful roses, what might not the heart of man become in its long journey toward the stars." G.K. Chesterton "The gloom of the world is but a shadow; behind it yet within our reach, is joy. Take joy!" Fra Giovanni "There is no duty we so much underrate as the duty of being happy." Robert Louis Stevenson "Still the fair vision lives! Say nevermore that dreams are fragile things. What else endures of this broken world save only dreams!" Unknown "We are such stuff as dreams are made on..." William Shakespeare "Solitude is as needful to the imagination as society is wholesome for the character." James Russell Lowell
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"...when meadow, grove, and stream, The earth, and every common sight, To me did seem Apparell'd in celestial light, The glory and the freshness of a dream." William Wordsworth "If the day and the night be such that you greet them with joy, and life emits a fragrance like flowers and sweet-scented herbs, is more elastic, more immortal--that is your success. All nature is your congratulation, and you have cause to momentarily bless yourself." Henry David Thoreau "At Christmas I no more desire a rose than wish a snow in May's newfangled mirth." William Shakespeare "There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea." Henry James "The way each tiny flower reaches up to heaven with trust, we, too, should lift our hearts to God and know He cares for us." Emilie Barnes
"When it's gray outside and I think the sun will never shine, When the enemy is whispering and it sounds like truth this time, When I feel tired and frightened and every shadow grows, I look to the Ancient of Days..." Lisa Waites "Whatever your circumstances may be, no matter how long your tough times may have lasted, wherever you may be today. I bring you this reminder, the stronger the winds...the deeper the roots, and the longer the winds...the more beautiful the tree." Chuck Swindoll, Living Insights Bible "There is an old English Saying, `No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds, November!' It's a time of the year when you don't have the urgency of the plants and the garden. A time for moving indoors to enjoy home and hearth. All my friends get knitting and quilting urges in November. It's a time to enjoy the pleasures of a fire and a cup of tea. I will quote Henry James from The Portrait of a Lady, "There are few moments in life more enjoyable than the hour set aside for the ceremony known as afternoon tea." Tasha Tudor
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Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Great Read Alouds! You must know that if anyone could be completely "Nature Study Challenged" when beginning to do nature studies, it was ME! We have always loved literature. Our love of literature has benefited us tremendously as we have found interesting things about nature that has been preserved through great books! As you grab your picnic basket and skamper out the door, don't forget to grab one of these treasures to take along! Enjoy! A Brief History of Time By Stephan Hawking (HS+) A Field Guide to the Birds East of the Rockies By Roger Tory Peterson A Natural History of the Senses By Diane Ackerman A Naturalist's Notebook: Great Smoky Mountains National Park By Robert Johnson A Pocket Full of Goobers By Barbara Mitchell (George Washington Carver...1-3) A Practical Guide for the Amateur Naturalist by Gerald Durable A Shepherd's Look at the 23rd Psalm By Keller A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf By John Muir (other titles, as well) A Trail Through Leaves By Hannah Hinchman A Zoo in Your Room By Roger Caras ABC's of Nature Nature: A Family Answer Book (Readers' Digest...Juvenile/Adult) Adam and His Kin By Ruth Beechick Adventures in the Solar System By Geoffrey T. Williams Ahoy! Ahoy! Are You There? Story of Alexander Graham Bell By Robert Quackenbush (13) Albert Einstein By Elma Levinger (8+) Albert Einstein & the Theory of Relativity By Robert Cwiklik (12+) Albert Einstein: A Biography for Young People By Catherine O. Peare (8+) Album of Horses By Marguerite Henry (8+) All About Famous Inventors and Their Inventions By Fletcher Pratt (8+) All About Famous Scientific Expeditions By Raymond Holden (8+) All About Horses By Marguerite Henry All About Radio & Television By Jack Gould (8+) All About Rockets and Jets By Fletcher Pratt (8+) All About Satellites & Space Ships By David Dietz (8+) All About You By Paul Neimark All About You By Raymond V. Hand, Jr. All Creatures Great and Small By James Herriot All Nature Sings By Joanne DeJonge All Things Bright and Beautiful By James Herriot All We Like Sheep By Mary Glynn Peoples 162
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Almagest By Ptolemy (mature) Amelia Earheart Takes Off By Fern Brown An Ant Colony By Fischer An Autobiography By Theodore Roosevelt (12+) Analytic Theory of Heat Jean Baptiste, Joseph Fourier (HS+) Ancient Astronomy By Isaac Asimov And God Said By Martha Reidel ...And Now Miguel By Joseph Krumgold (8+) Animal Heroes By Earnest Seton Thompson (8+) Animal Stories By Earnest Seton Thompson (8+) Animalia By Graeme Base Animals and Their Young By Anita Ganeri Animals of the Artic By Robert Burton Anne of Avonlea By L.M. Montgomery Anne of Green Gables By L.M. Montgomery Ant Cities By Arthur Dorros Ants By Yazima Ants are Fun By Mildred Myrick Amazing Impossible Erie Canal By Harness Archimedes and the Door of Science By Bendick Aristotle By Abraham Edel (12+) Arrowsmith By Sinclair Lewis (Mature) Audobon By John Wilmercling Backyard Birds By Julie Zickefoose Banner in The Sky By Ramsey Ullman Basket of Flowers Beatrix Potter's Art By Ann Hobbs Benjamin West and His Cat Grimalkin By Marguerite Henry Biblical Basis for Modern Science By John Morris (HS+) Big Red By James Kjeldahl (8+) Birds Do the Strangest Things By Hornblow Birth of an Island By Millicent Selsam Birds of the World By Colin Harrison and Alan Greensmith Birds Scaping Your Garden By George A. Adams Black Gold By Marguerite Henry Born To Trot By Marguerite Henry Bright Lights to See By By Miriam Anne Boune Brighty of the Grand Canyon By Marguerite Henry By The Shores of Silver Lake By Laura Ingalls Wilder Capturing Nature : The Writings and Art of John James Audubon By John James Audubon Carl Linnaeus: Father of Classification By Margaret J. Anderson Castle By David Macaulay Cathedral By David Macaulay 163
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Character Sketches Charles Lindbergh By Blythe Randolph Charles Proteus Steinnetz, Wizard of Electricity By Erick Berry Charlotte's Web By E.B. White Chemical History of a Candle, Experiments in Electricity By Michael Faraday (HS+) Chipmunks on the Doorstep By Edwin Tunis (12+) Christian Liberty Nature Readers Cinnabar, The One O'Clock Fox By Marguerite Henry City By David Macaulay Clear the Cow Pasture, I Am Coming in for a Landing! A Story of Amelia Earhart By Robert Quackenbush Click! A Story About George Eastman By Barbara Mitchell (1-3) Conceptual Physics By Paul Hewitt Consider the Lilies; Plants of the Bible By John Paterson Creation and Time By Hugh Norman Ross (HS+) Creation Ex Nihilo Magazine Collecting Small Fossils By Lois J. Hussey and Catherine Pessino Concerning the Harmonies of the World By Johannes Kepler Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady By Edith Holden Dancer's in the Garden By Joanne Ryder Darwin's Black Box By Michael Behe (HS+) Deephaven By Sarah Orne Jewett (12+) Destination: Moon By Astronaut James Irwin Diary of an Early American Boy By Eric Sloane Dinosaurs By Design By Gish/Snellenberger Dinosaur World By Geoffrey T. Williams Discovering Electricity By Rae Bains Doctor Paraclesus By Sidney Rosen (12+) Double Helix By James D. Watson Drawing and Painting from Nature By Cathy Johnson Drawn from New England By Bethany Tudor (about Tasha Tudor...This was a treat for ME! My children really enjoyed looking at it with me! You can imagine our surprise as we ran across a picture of Tasha Tudor, with her children, sketching out of doors! I loved this book!) Dr. Beaumont and the Man with a Hole in His Stomach By Sam and Beryl Epstein Dr. Elizabeth by Patricia Clapp Dr. George Washington Carver: Scientist By S & G Lipscomb Graham (12+) Dr. William Harvey and The Discovery of Circulation By William C. Harrison Dry Bones and Other Fossils By Parker (Creationist book) Edison: A Biography By Matthew Josephson (HS+) Eddie Rickenbacker, Young Racer and Flyer By Catherine Cleven Einstein and Newton By Aaron B. Lerner (8+) Electricity and Magnets By Barbara Taylor Elements of Chemistry By Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (HS+) 164
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Epitome of Copernican Astronomy By Johannes Kepler (HS+) Ernest Thompson Seton's America Edited By Farida A. Wiley Ethics of the Dust (Recommended by Charlotte Mason) Eureka! It's an Automobile By Bendick Every Living Thing By James Herriot Experiments in Plant-Hybridization By Gregor Mendell (HS+) Experiments with Electricity and Experiments with Magnets By Helen Challand Exploring Nature In Winter By Alan Cvancara. Exploring the Night Sky By Terence Dickinson Exploring Planet Earth, The Journey of Discovery, from Early Civilization to Exploring the Sky by Day By Terence Dickinson Famous Firsts in Medicine By Bette Crook and Charles L. Crook Famous Men of Science By Sarah Bolton Farmer Boy By Laura Ingalls Wilder Fearfully and Wonderfully Made By P. and Yancey P. Brand (12+) Field Guides By Tom Brown (Series of Guides...12+) Find the Constellations By H.A. Rey First Book of Television By Edward Stoddard (8+) First Lessons in Nature Study By Edith Patch Five O'Clock Charlie By Marguerite Henry Flip, The Story of a Flying Horse By Wesley Dennis Focus on Medicine By Susan Destefano For All Mankind By many Apollo astronauts. For Signs and For Seasons By Robert Messina Francis Bacon: His Career and Thought By Fulton Anderson (Mature) Freckles By Gene Stratton Porter (12+) Future Exploration By John Tiner Galileo and the Magic Numbers by Sidney Rosen (12+) Genesis Flood By John Whitcomb & Henry Morris (HS+) Gentle Ben By Walt Morey George Washington Carver By Anne Terry White (8+) George Washington Carver By David Collins (8+) George Washington Carver: An American Biography By Rackham (12+) Germs Make Me Sick By Melvin Berger and others Giants of Electricity By Percy Dunsheath Giants of the Insect World By Geoffrey T. Williams Gift of The Wild Things By Fran H. Johnson (12+) Gifted Hands: The Story of Ben Carson B. Carson/C. Murphy (HS+) Girl of the Limberlost By Gene Stratton Porter (11+) Global Jigsaw Puzzle By Irene Kiefer (12+) God's Secret Formula: Deciphering the Riddle of the Universe & the Prime Number Code By Peter Plichta (HS+) God's Troubadour: St. Francis of Assisi By Sophie Jewett (8+) 165
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Golden Nature Guide-Insects By Herbert S. Zim and Clarence Cottam Golden Nature Guide-Rocks and Minerals By Herbert S. Zim and Paul Shaffer Golden Nature Guide on Trees By Herbert Zim and Alexander Martin Grasshopper on the Road By Arnold Lobel Great Men of Medicine By Ruth Fox (8+) Great Pets By Sara Stein Greek Way to Western Civilization By Edith Hamilton (mature) Green Grass of Wyoming By Mary O'Hara (12+) Hakluyt's Voyages By Richard Hakluyt (mature) Harvester By Jean Stratton Porter (14+) Hatchet By Gary Paulsen Haunt Fox By James Kjeldahl (8+) Heidi By Joanna Spyri Heidi's Children By Joanna Spyri Helen Keller Story By Catherine Peare (8+) Hello, Mars! By Geoffrey T. Williams Here a Plant, There a Plant, Everywhere a Plant By Robert M. Quakenbush (1-3) Hidden Messages By Van Woerkom How and Why a Kid's Book About the Body By Catherine O' Neil How Animals Live By Millicent Selsam (12+) How Birds Fly By Russell Freedman How Do You Lift a Lion? By Robert E. Wells How We Learned The Earth Is Round By Patricia Lauber Hurry Spring By Sterling North I Can Be An Archaelogist By Robert Pickering (1-3) If Animals Could Talk By Coleman I'll See You When the Moon Is Full By Susi Fowler I'm a Jet Pilot By Geoffrey T. Williams In His Image By P. and Yancey P. Brand (12+) Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine By Claude Bernard (HS+) Irish Red By James Kjeldahl (8+) Isaac Newton By John H. Tiner (Sower Series...8+) Island of the Blue Dolphins By Scott O'Dell (8+) It Couldn't Just Happen By Larry Richards It's The Apple Tree By Lynley Dodd James Clerk Maxwell & Electromagnetism By Charles May (8+) Johannes Kepler By John H. Tiner (Sower Series...8+) John James Audobon's Birds in Cross Stitch By Ginnie Thompson John Paul Jones: A Sailor's Biography By Samuel Eliot Morison Josiah W. Gibbs: American Theoretical Physicist By B. Leerburger, Jr. (8+) Julie By Jean Craighead George (8+) Julie of the Wolves By Jean Craighead George (8+) Justin Morgan Had A Horse By Marguerite Henry (8+) Keeper of the Bees By Jean Stratton Porter 166
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Kid's Summer Handbook King of the Wind, The Story of the Godolphin Arabian By Marguerite Henry (8+) Kon-Tiki By Thor Heyerdahl Lad, A Dog By Alberts Payson Terhune Laddie by Gene Stratton-Porter (10+) Ladis and the Ant By Sanchez-Silva Land of the Gray Wolf By Thomas Locker Landscaping With Nature - Using Nature's Designs To Plan Your Yard By Jeff Cox Leonardo da Vinci By Jay Williams (12+) Leonardo da Vinci, Art for Children By Ernest Raboff Life and Her Children By Arabella Buckley (Recommended by Charlotte Mason for Form IIA) Little Britches By Ralph Moody Little House in the Big Woods By Laura Ingalls Wilder Little House on the Prairie By Laura Ingalls Wilder Little Town on the Prairie By Laura Ingalls Wilder Little Women By Louisa May Alcott Linnea's Almanac By Christina Bjork and Lena Anderson Linnea in Monet's Garden By Christina Bjork and Lena Anderson Linnea's Windowsill Garden By Christina Bjork and Lena Anderson Longitude By Dava Sobel (about John Harrison, an English Scientist...12+) Louis Pasteur By John Tiner (Sower Series...8+) Louis Pasteur: Founder of Microbiology By Mary June Burton (8+) Lucky Ladybugs By Gladys Conklin Madam How and Lady Why By Charles Kingsley (recommended by Charlotte Mason for Form IIB) Madame Curie By Eve Curie (12+) Make Way for Ducklings By Robert McCloskey Making Leaf Rubbings: A Hobby for the Entire Family By Mary Lou Burch Managing Martians By Donna Shirley Marie Curie By Leonard Fisher (8+) Marie Curie: Brave Scientist By Keith Brandt (K+) Mathematical Demonstrations Concerning Two New Sciences By Galileo (HS+) Matthew Fontaine Maury: Scientist of the Sea By Frances Leigh Williams (mature) Medicine Hat Stallion By Marguerite Henry (8+) Men of Science, Men of God By Henry Morris (8+) Men Under the Sea By Ellsberg Methuselah's Gift By Mary Elizabeth Edgren Michael O'Halloran By Jean Stratton Porter (14+) Mickey's Magnet By Franklyn M Branley and Eleanor K. Vaughan Microbe Hunters By Paul de Kruiff (12+) Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel By Virginia Lee Burton Mill By David Macaulay Millions of Cats By Wanda Gag Minn of Mississippi By Holling C. Holling Miss Hickory By Bailey 167
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Misty's Foal By Marguerite Henry (8+) Misty of Chincoteague By Marguerite Henry (8+) Monarch, The Big Bear By Ernest Thompson Seton (8+) Monet By Douglas Mannering Moonwalker By Charlie Duke (12+) Mountain of Fire By Paul Thomsen Mr. Bell Invents the Telephone By Katherine Shippen (8+) Mummies Made in Egypt By Aliki Mustang: Wild Spirit of the West By Marguerite Henry (8+) My Body Inside and Out By Dr. Anne Townsend My Friend Flicka By Mary O'Hara (12+) My Listening Ears By Joanne De Jonge My Side of the Mountain By Jean Craighead George (8+) Naming Living Things By Sarah R.Reidman Nansen By Hall (about Fridtjof Nansen, Artic Explorer, Scientist, Statesman...12+) National Velvet By Enid Bagnold (8+) Nature Activities and Hobbies By William Hillcourt Nature Drawing By Clare Leslie Nature in Winter By Donald Stokes Nature Journaling: Learning to Observe and Connect with the World Around You By Clare Walker Nature's Sketchbook By Marjolene Bastene Noah's Ark By Peter Spier Ocean Gold By Ellsburg Ocean Pathfinder: A Biography of Matthew Fontaine Maury By Francis Leigh Williams (younger) Ocean World By Jacques Costeau Of Skies and Seas By Joanne DeJonge Of Pandas and People By Davis and Kenyon (12+) On the Banks of Plum Creek By Laura Ingalls Wilder On the Circulation of the Blood By William Harvey (HS+) On the Generation of Animals By William Harvey (HS+) On the Far Side of the Mountain By Jean Craighead George On the Loadstone and Magnetic Bodies By William Gilbert (HS+) On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals By William Harvey (HS+) On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres By Copernicus (HS+) One Man's Horse By Marguerite Henry 120 Questions and Answers About Birds By Madeline Angell Origin and Development of the Quantum Theory By Max Planck (HS+) Ornithological Biography By John James Audobon (five volumes) Orphan of Chincoteague By Marguerite Henry Our Solar System By Seymour Simon Paddle to the Sea By Holling C. Holling Pagoo By Holling C. Holling (8+) 168
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Parables from Nature By Margaret Gatty (AWESOME! Reprinted by Rushton Family Ministries in a comb bound version. Recommended by Charlotte Mason.) Pathfinder of the Sea: The Life of Matthew Fontaine Maury By John W. Wayland (younger) Patriot Doctor, The Story of Benjamin Rush By Esther M. Douty Peter Lundy and the Medicine Hat By Marguerite Henry Picciola (recommended by Charlotte Mason) Picta the Painted Turtle By Virginia Frances Voight Pilgrim at Tinker Creek By Annie Dillard (Mature) Physics, Organum, Essays on Biology By Aristotle Plants and Animals By Jenny Tesar Plants and Animals By Lestina Larsen Colby Principles of Geology By Charles Lyell (HS+) Pyramid By David Macaulay Rabies By Elaine Landau Rambles in the Canadian Forest By Catherine Traill Rascal: A Memoir of a Better Era By Sterling North (8+) Reader's Digest: How Nature Works By David Burnie Reader's Digest: How Science Works By David Burnie Reader's Digest: How the Earth Works By David Burnie Reader's Digest: How the Universe Works By David Burnie Relativity, Theoretical Physics, Evolution of Physics By Albert Einstein (HS+) Rising From the Plains By John McPhee (12+) Robert Boyle By John Tyner (Sower Series...8+) Robert Boyle: Father of Modern Chemistry By Harry Sootin (12+) Robert Fulton, Boy Craftsman By Marguerite Henry (8+) Robert Goddard, Pioneer Rocket Boy By Clyde B. Moore (8+) Robert Knoch: Father of Bacteriology By David C. Knight (8+) Robert Louis Stevenson: Storyteller and Adventurer By Katherine Wilkie Robinson Crusoe By Daniel Defoe (12+) (recommended by Charlotte Mason) Robots, What They Are, What They Do By Fredericka Berger Rocket--How a Toy Launched the Space Age By Maurer Rosy's Garden By Laird San Domingo By Marguerite Henry (8+) Science & Hypothesis, Science and Method By Jules Henri Poincare (HS+) Science & the Modern World By Alfred Whitehead (HS+) Science in Ancient China By George Beshore (12+) Science in Early Islamic Culture By George Beshore (12+) Science in Ancient Egypt By Geraldine Woods (12+) Science in Ancient Greece By Katherine Gay (12+) Science in Ancient Mesopotamia By Carol Moss (12+) Science in ancient Rome By Jacqueline Harris (12+) Science in the Creation Week By David Unfred 169
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Science in the Vacant Lot By Seymour Simon Science of the Early American Indians By Beulah Tannenbaum (12+) Science with Slime By Rich Murphy Scientific Dialogues By Joyce (recommended by Charlotte Mason) Scientific Treatises By Blaise Pascal (HS+) Sea Bird By Holling C. Holling Sea Star, Orphan of Chincoteague By Marguerite Henry (8+) Secrets of a Wildlife Watcher By Jim Arnosky Shakespeare's Flowers By Jessica Kerr Sharing Nature with Children By Joseph B. Cornell Ship By David Macaulay Silent Spring By Rachel Carson (12+) Sing Down the Moon By Scott O'Dell Sketching Outdoors in Spring By Jim Arnosky Skin and Bones By Joanne De Jonge Sky Songs By Myra Cohn Livingston Sky Tree: Seeing Science Through Art By Thomas Locker Smithsonian Visual Timeline of Inventions By Richard Platt Soldier Doctor By Clara Ingram Judson (About Yellow Fever...8+) Some Wonders of Matter By Bishop Mercer (recommended by Charlotte Mason) Song of the Swallows By Leo Polloti Space Songs By Myra Cohn Livingston St. Francis of Assisi By G.K. Chesterson (12+) Starlight and Time By D. Russell Humphreys (HS+) Starry Messenger By Peter Sis Starting from a Walk State Birds By Arthur Singer and Alan Singer Steven and the Green Turtle By William Cromie Stones & Bones By Carl Wieland (HS+) Story of George Washington Carver By Eva Moore (8+) Story of Inventions By McHugh/Bachman Story of My Life By Helen Keller (8+) Story of Thomas Alva Edison By Margaret Cousins (8+) Stormy, Misty's Foal By Marguerite Henry (8+) Strawberry Girl By Louis Lenski (8+) Subtle is the Lord: the Science & Life of Albert Einstein (HS+) Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman Swiss Family Robinson By JR Wyss Switch On, Switch Off By Melvin Berger Tale of Peter Rabbit and Other Stories By Beatrix Potter Ten Fingers For God (Dr. Paul Brand) By Dorothy Wilson (12+) Tesla: Man Out of Time By Margaret Cheney (HS+) The ABC of Relativity By Bertrand Russell (HS+) The Amazing Story of Creation (from Science and The Bible) By Duane Gish 170
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book The Amateur Naturalist's Handbook By Vinson Brown (Mature) The American Leonardo By Carelton Mabee (HS+) The Anne of Green Gables Treasury By Carolyn Strom Collins and Christina Wyss Erikson The Ants Go Marching By B. Freschet The Answers Book By Ham, Snelling, and Wieland (Genesis, Creation...12+) The Art of Robert Bateman By Ramsay Derney The Backyard Naturalist By Craig Tufts (Mature) The Big Snow By Berta and Elmer Hader The Bird Feeder Book The Bird Watcher's Bible By George Laycock The Bird's of North America By John James Audobon The Black Stallion By Walter Farley The Blossom on the Bough: A Book of Trees By Anne Ophelia Dowden The Boy's Life of Edison By William Meadowcroft (8+) The Cartoon Guide to Genetics By Larry Gonick The Cartoon Guide to Physics By Larry Gonick The Changing Year (Recommended by Charlotte Mason ) The Children's Story Bible By Catherine Vos The Complete Birdhouse Book By Donald and Lillian Stokes The Country of Pointed Firs By Sarah Orne Jewett (12+) The Curies & Radium By Elizabeth Rubin (8+) The Disease Fighters By Aaseng The Doctors Who Conquered Yellow Fever By Ralph Nading Hill (8+) The Double Helix By James D. Watson (HS+) The Easy Guide to Attracting Nesting Birds By Donald and Lillian Stokes The Edge of the Sea By Rachel Carson (12+) The Faber Book of Science The Flight of the Lone Eagle, Charles Lindebergh Flies Nonstop from New York to Paris By John T. Foster The Flying Circus of Physics with Answers By Jean Walker The First Flight: The Story of the Wright Brothers By Richard Taylor The First Four Years By Laura Ingalls Wilder The Forest Rangers By Montgomery M. Atwater The Genesis Record By Henry Morris The Glow In The Dark Night Sky Book By Clint Hatchett The Golden Circle By Hal Borland (12+) The Great Dinosaur Mystery and The Bible By Paul Taylor The Holy Bible The Human Body By Jonathan Miller The Human Body-Your Body and How it Works By Ruth Dowlig Brown The Incredible Journey by Sheila Burnford The Last Frontier: Antarctica By Geoffrey T. Williams The Last Hero: Charles A. Lindbergh By Walter S. Ross 171
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book The Lever and The Pulley By Hal Hellman The Little Fellow By Marguerite Henry The Long Winter By Laura Ingalls Wilder The Lord God Made Them All By James Herriot The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat By Oliver Sacks The Man Who Painted Birds By Norah Smaridge The Merchant's Mark By Cynthia Harnett (12+) The Miracle of Flight By Richard Cromer The Moon Book By Gail Gibbons The Moon, Fact and Fancy The Mysterious Island By Jules Verne (HS+) The Mysterious Rays, Marie Curie's World By Nancy Veglahn The Naturalist Buys a Farm The Nature Book By Midas Dekkers The Oak By Andrienne Sutter-Perrot The Origin of the Species By Charles Darwin (12+) The Phone Book By MacLeod The Physical Geography of the Sea and Its Meteorology By Matthew Fontaine (mature) The Pond By John Samson (12+) The Quest of Michael Faraday By Tad Harvey The Rainbow book of nature Studies By Donald Peattie The Readers Digest ABC of the Human Body The Remarkable Spaceship Earth By Ron Cottrell (12+) The Rose in My Garden By Arnold Lobel The Rustling Grass By Joanne DeJonge The Sciences (also called Real Things in Nature) By Edward Singleton Holden (Recommended by Charlotte Mason) The Sea Around Us By Rachel Carson (12+) The Sea Brings Forth By Jack Rudloe The Secret Family By David Bodanis The Secret Garden By Frances Hodges Burnett The Secret House By Diane Ackerman The Skeleton Inside You By Philip Balestrino The Smithsonian Book of Flight for Young People By Walter J. Boyne The Snail's Spell By Joanne Ryder The Springs of Joy By Tasha Tudor The Spirit of St. Louis By Charles Lindbergh The Starry Messenger By Galileo (HS+) The Story of Atomic Energy By Laura Fermi (8+) The Story About Ping By Marjorie Flack and Kurt Wise The Story of Amelia Earhart, Lost By Patricia Lauber The Story of My Boyhood and Youth By John Muir (12+) The Story of Physics By Lloyd Motz & Jefferson Hane Weaver (HS+) The Story of Rocks and Minerals By David Seaman 172
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book The Sun, Wind, and the Rain By Lisa Peters The Thomas Edison Book of Easy and Incredible Experiments By James G. Cook The Tree Identification Book By George Symonds The Trumpet of the Swan By E.B. White The Universe & Dr. Einstein By Lincoln Kinnear Barnett (HS+) The Universe of Galileo & Newton By William Bixby (12+) The View From the Oak By Judith and Herbert Kohl. The Visit By Diane Wolkstein The Very Busy Spider By Eric Carle The Very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle The Voyage of the Beagle By Charles Darwin (mature) The Voyage of the Lourdes By Alexis Carrel (12+) The Voyages of Doctor Doolittle By Hugh Loftin The Wartime Journals By Charles A. Lindbergh The Way Things Work By David Macaulay (8+) The Weather Book By Michael Oard The Wildest Horse Race in the World By Marguerite Henry The Wizard of Menlo Park: The Story of Thomas Alva Edison, Inventor By Mickie Compere (1-3) The Wizard of Sound By Barbara Mitchell (Thomas Alva Edison...1-3) The Wright Brothers By Quentin Reynolds (8+) The Year at Maple Hill Farm By Alice and Martin Provensen The Yearling By Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings The Young Earth By Henry Morris (HS+) The Young Naturalist: An Introduction to Nature Studies By Andrew Mitchell (Usborne Publishing) The Young Oxford Book of Astronomy By Simon and Jacqueline Mitton The Young Rockhound's Handbook By W.R.C. Shedenhelm These Happy Golden Years By Laura Ingalls Wilder Thinking Physics By Lewis Carroll Epstein Thirty Fathoms Deep By Ellsberg This Year's Garden By Cynthia Rylant Thomas Alva Edison: Young Inventor By Louis Sabin (8+) Thomas Alva Edison: Young Inventor By Sue Gutheridge (8+) Thunderhead By Mary O'Hara (12+) Tim Tadpole and the Great Bullfrog By Marjorie Flack. Time-Life Books Complete Guide to Gardening and Landscaping To Space and Back By Sally Ride Treasure Island By Robert Louis Stevenson Treatise on Light By Christiaan Huygens (HS+) Tree in the Trail By Holling C. Holling Time of the Turtle By Jack Rudloe Time of Wonder By Robert McCloskey Tracking and The Art of Seeing 173
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Travels in Interior of America 1809-11 By John Bradbury (Mature) Treasures of the Barrier Reef By Geoffrey T. Williams True Adventures with Nature By Kathryn Howshall 20th Century Inventors By Nathan Aaseng (12+) 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea By Jules Verne Two Bad Ants By Chris Van Allsburg Underground By David Macaulay Unlocking the Mysteries of Creation By Dennis Petersen (12+) USA TODAY - The Weather Book - An Easy-to-Understand Guide To The USA's Using Solar Cells for Fun, Education, Hobbies, and Crafts By Gary Herrlinger Volcano By Patricia Lauber Volcanoes By Seymour Simon Wait Til the Moon Is Full By Margaret Wise Brown Walden By Henry Thoreau (12+) We Have Conquered Pain By Dennis Fradin (Anesthetics...12+) Weather By Jack Williams We'll Race You, Henry By By Barbara Mitchell (Development of Model T...8+) What Are You Figuring Now? By Jeri Faris What Does a Geologist Do? By R.V. Fodor What Really Happened to the Dinosaurs? By John Morris and Ken Ham (1-3) What Tree Is It? By Anna Pistorius What Wildflower Is It? By Anna Pistorius Wheel on the School By Meindert DeJong Wheels At Work By Bernie Zubrowski Where the Red Fern Grows By Wilson Rawls (12+) Where the River Begins By Thomas Locker Where's Inky? By Sam Campbell White Stallion of Lipazza By Marguerite Henry Why Nothing Can Travel Faster Than Light By Barry E. and David Zimmerman Wild Animals at Home By Ernest Thompson Seton (8+) Wild Animals I Have Known By Ernest Thompson Seton (8+) Wild Green Things in the City By Anne Ophelia Dowden Will & Orv By Walter A. Schultz (1-3) Wind in the Willows By Kenneth Grahame Wolves By Seymour Simon Wonderful Worms By Glaser Wonders of the Forest By Francene Sabin Wright Brothers By Charles Ludwig (8+) Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk By Donald J. Sobel (8+) Wright Brothers: How They Invented the Airplane By Russell Freedman (1-3) Yellow and Pink By: William Steig Young Albert Einstein By Laurence Santrey (1-3) Your Body and How it Works By Ovid K. Wong Your Body is Wonderfully Made By Fred B. Rogers 174
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Resource Books...
The Holy Bible (We love the King James Version...although you may want to use other versions for study, memory work, and copywork) Character Sketches Reader's Digest North American Wildlife Handbook of Nature Study By Anna Botsford Comstock First Lessons in Nature Study By Edith Patch Parables from Nature By Margaret Gatty The Nature Study Idea Book By Mary E. Woodis (This book is due out any day! Actually Mary began this book as she was writing chapters for Nature Study: The Easy Way! We had so much to share that we divided the books into two books. In our area, we lovingly call Mary, our Nature Queen! You won't want to miss this one! Especially if you have older children!) Wild Days: A Guide to Discovery Journals By Karen Ratcliffe (This one is due out any day too! I have already seen the pictures on the Internet from Karen's Sketchbooks...GORGEOUS!) Watch out for this one!) Audobon Field Guides A Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady By Edith Holden Nature Notes of An Edwardian Lady By Edith Holden
Time Began in a Garden By Emilie Barnes Nature Projects; True Adventures with Nature By Kathryn Howshall Victorian Family Celebrations By Sarah Ban Breathnach pp.54-57; 80-85; 110; 145-147;156-157;168-172 are all especially great for ideas on Nature Studies in the home!. The Christian Liberty Nature Readers The Audubon Nature Encyclopedias - Volumes 1-12 Naming Nature By Mary Blocksma First Book of Nature (Usborne) Pets in a Jar By Seymour Simon The Bird Feeder Book Drawing from Nature By Jim Arnosky Drawing Life in Motion By Jim Arnosky Usborne Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Natural World (Usborne) Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books (Check these out...they are great for budding artists! You can use these to sketch...trace...color...AND find information about animals! These were essential for us as we got started with Nature Studies!) How to Draw Cats (Usborne) The Kid's Nature Book By Susan Milford The Kid's Science Book By Robert Hirschfeld and Nancy White Science for Every Kid By Janice Van Cleave
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Exploring Nature with Your Child By Dorothy Edwards Shuttleworth Back to Basics Published by Reader's Digest USA Today Weather Book By Jack Williams
Science Wizardry for Kids Explorabook Fun Science The Backyard Scientist Books Science the Search
Any resource from Boy Scouts of America...Their handbooks have awesome Science/Nature Information and Ideas for your Homeschool! We have particularly found Cub Scout Leader How-To Book to be a treasure house of information! It has details about how to do anything from collecting and keeping insects to crafts and puzzles to Nature and Hiking trips! We also love Webelos Den Activities for ideas for our Homeschool! They have booklets that are to help the boys earn achievements but these are awesome handbooks for learning on topics ranging from Camping to Geography to Reading to Forestry to Nature. These are very reasonable and can be found at stores that carry Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts Supplies! Don't miss these!
Great Poetry Collections...
A Child's Book of Poems By Gyo Fujikawa A Child's Garden of Verses By Robert Louis Stevenson A Child's Treasury of Animal Verse By Mark Daniel A Rocket in My Pocket By Carl Withers Favorite Poems Old and New By Helen Ferris (This one is a is the best treasury of poetry I have ever seen! If you must pick JUST ONE, this is the one! Check your local library first. I found one tucked away at ours in the children's section! Delight of all delights!)
Feather or Fur By Grete Manheim Rhymes and Verses By Walter de la Mare Sing a Song of Popcorn By B.S. de Regniers The Home Book of Verse for Young Folks By Burton Egbert Stevenson The Oxford Book of Children's Verse In America By Iona and Peter Opie The Random House Book of Poetry for Children Wings From The Wind Selected and Illustrated by Tasha Tudor
Don't Forget to Look for Poetry by... Emily Dickinson Robert Frost Robert Louis Stevenson Christina Georgiana Rossetti
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Great Nature Writers/Naturalists to Look For... (Hunt for biographies about them...journals written or sketched by them... stories by by them!)
Albert Einstein Alexander Bell Aristarchus (Greek Astronomer) Aristotle Beatrix Potter Benjamin Franklin Christopher Columbus Chuck Yeager Eddie Rickenbacker Ernest Thompson Seton Galileo Galilei
George Washington Carver Hal Borland Henry David Thoreau Henry Ford Herbert Zim Isaac Newton James "Jimmy" Doolittle Jane Goodall Jim Arnosky Johannes Kepler John James Audubon Thomas Edison
John Muir Leonardo Da Vinci Lewis and Clark Louis Pasteur Marguerite Henry Michael Faraday Nicholas Copernicus Ptolemy Richard Byrd Robert Boyle Tasha Tudor Samuel Morse
Don't forget Biographies about (or Interviews/Apprenticeships/Time with)...
Architects... Astronauts... Astronomers... Aviators... Biologists... Botonists... Chemists... Audobon Peterson Tom Brown's
Construction Workers... Engineers... Geologists... Inventors... Meteorologists... Nature Artists... Nature Writers...
Naturalists... Physicians... Physicists... Pilots... Scientists...
Field Guides...
Golden Press Usborne Spotter's Guides
Picture Books With Great Illustrations and Information...
Eyewitness Dorling Kindersley Kingfisher Usborne
Nature Study The Easy Way E-Book Great Series To Look Into... A Day In The Life Of Series A Marine Biologist Beekeeper Dover Coloring Books Common Weeds; Favourite Roses; Birds of Prey; Whales and Dolphins; Dinosaur ABC; Sharks of the World; History of space exploration; Dinosaur Life Activity Book; Horses of the World; Wild Animals; The Days of the Dinosaur Coloring Book; Small Animals of North America. Each year Dover publishes over 200 books on fine art, music, crafts and needlework, antiques, languages, literature, children's books, chess, cookery, nature, anthropology, science, mathematics, and other areas. Janice Van Cleave books Earth Science for Every Kid, Biology for Every Kid, Chemistry for Every Kid, Astronomy for Every Kid, Physics for Every Kid) Jim Arnosky's Nature Notebooks Bug Hunter's; Bird Watcher; Animal Tracker Other Books by Jim Arnosky: Nearer Nature, Watching Foxes Come out Muskrats, Rabbits and Raindrops Otters Under Water All Night Near the Water Secrets of a Wildlife Watcher National Audubon Field Guides Birds - East and West; Butterflies; Fishes, Whales, and Dolphins; Fossils; Insects and Spiders; Mammals; Mushrooms; Night Sky; Reptiles and Amphibians; Rocks and Minerals; Seashells; Seashore Creatures; Trees - East and West; Wildflowers - East and West; Weather Nature Company Discovery Series Dinosaurs, Stars and Planets, How Things Work, Science and technology Stokes Nature Guides A Guide to Nature in Winter A Guide to Observing Insect Lives A Guide to Bird Behavior, Volumes 1-3 A Guide to Enjoying Wildflowers A Guide to Animal Tracking and Behavior A Guide to amphibians and reptiles 179

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