Dawn Publications
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  • Ancient Rhymes, A Dolphin LullabyAR_Store

    Retail Price: Paperback • $8.95 | Hardback with CD • $19.95
    Web Special: Paperback • $8.05 | Hardback with CD • $15.25

    Here’s a rare, gentle way to share a birth with a child. John Denver’s hauntingly beautiful song “Ancient Rhymes” is about the birth of a baby dolphin, and Christopher Canyon’s luminous illustrations—including a baby dolphin curled up with an umbilical cord and also a live birth—convey a sense of mystery, awe, and anticipation of things to come.

  • For Baby (For Bobbie)BFB_Store

    Retail Price: Paperback • $8.95 | Hardback with CD • $19.95
    Overstock Sale Price: Paperback • $4.48 | Hardback with CD • $9.98

    This love song by John Denver adapted as a picture book makes a great a baby gift, but it also will help set a calm sweet mood in a classroom. Sunny, colorful illustrations show families and animals from around the world as the song’s lyrics express unconditional love.

  • Grandma’s Feather BedFB_Store

    Retail Price: Paperback • $8.95 | Hardback with CD • $19.95
    Web Special: Paperback • $8.05 | Hardback with CD • $17.95

    “Upbeat, funny and irresistibly singable,” this song was made famous by John Denver and now made “doubly memorable” by Christopher Canyon’s delightful illustrations, as the award from Mom’s Choice said. Especially if you listen along with Denver—the hardback edition comes with a CD—kids will say, “play it again!” and turn the pages to follow along.

  • How We Know What We Know About Our Changing Climate – Teacher’s GuideCLIMTG_Store

    Retail Price: Paperback • $8.95
    Web Special: Paperback • $8.05

    Based on Lynne Cherry and Gary Braasch's timely book How We Know What We Know About Our Changing Climate, this guide helps teachers explore global warming through engaging lessons and classroom activities. Suggestions are provided to differentiate instruction and conduct project-based learning. Lessons and activities are correlated to science standards for grades 5 to 8.

  • Nature Portals CardsCARDS_SHOP

    Retail Price:52 Card Deck • $15.95
    Web Special: Paperback • $11.96

    Buy Now at 25% Off! Allow yourself to be gently led to a greater connection with nature. As a nature a educator you help others learn about nature, but please remember how important it is for you to have your own special experiences in nature. The 52 cards in the Nature Portals card deck combine nature photos with uplifting words to expand your awareness of nature’s gifts and bring balance and renewal into your life.

  • Sharing Nature with Children – 20th Anniv. EditionSNWC_Store

    Retail Price: Paperback • $9.95
    Web Special: Paperback • $8.95

    As Joseph Cornell's classic book reached its 20th anniversary, Cornell drew upon a wealth of experience in nature education to significantly revise and expand his book.

  • Sunshine On My ShouldersSUN_Store

    Retail Price:Paperback • $8.95 | Hardback • $19.95 | Board • $7.95
    Web Special:Paperback • $8.05 | Hardback • $17.95 | Board • $7.15

    This exuberant adaptation of John Denver’s famous song is “sure to make you smile,” even on a dark and cuddly evening with your child. It helps if you can sing—the musical score is included—or just pop in the CD that comes with the hardback edition of the book.

  • Swim Through the Sea — Teacher’s GuideSWIMTG_Store

    Retail Price: Paperback • $7.95
    Web Special: Paperback • $5.96

    Based on young Kristin Joy Pratt’s best-selling illustrated tour of the sea, this guide explores many ocean creatures using a hands-on approach while also promoting self-esteem and cooperation. Its lesson plans expand on the marine habitat while also presenting skills for living.

  • Take Me Home, Country RoadsCR_Store

    Retail Price: Paperback • $8.95 | Hardback with CD • $19.95
    Web Special: Paperback • $8.05 | Hardback with CD • $17.95

    This brilliant picture book adaptation of John Denver’s first hit song is all about roots, family, and country. Set in Appalachia, a humorously diverse bunch of relatives and their in-laws go up, down and around the hills of West Virginia to converge by car, pickup, and motorcycle to a family reunion at Grandma and Grandpa’s country home.