All in a Rainforest Day

EdTechLens Publishing

What is a day in the rainforest like? It’s filled with amazing sights – sparkling water, tall, tall trees and even an animal that looks like a leaf! From dawn to dusk, the rainforest comes alive with color, sound, and movement. Come spend the day and learn more about the creatures and plants that call the rainforest home.

From Kirkus Reviews:

“The book takes place over the course of a single day and begins in the morning with a picture of sunlight shining down through the rain forest ‘canopy’ . . . The day continues with more weird, graceful creatures in brilliant color, especially an orangutan mother and baby, sure to appeal to youngsters. . . . . The word-to-photo ratio makes this an excellent book to share in front of a class, and confident emergent readers will enjoy tackling the new words with only a little help. A big win for classroom use or individual research thanks to its captivating photos and smooth introductions of new concepts.”  (See the complete review here.)

Ellen partnered with rainforest photographer Thomas Marent to create this book. Thomas has traveled to many of the world’s rainforests for decades and his photographs are regularly published in books, magazines, posters, and calendars. Together, they have created a book that brings this special world home to young readers in brilliant, living color.

All In a Rainforest Day is a gorgeous introduction to the rainforest for young readers everywhere. The book was a finalist for a Revere Award (Association of American Publishers) in 2015: Beyond the Classroom competition, Learn category.

Hardcover: $11; not including tax and shipping

Paperback: $5; not including tax and shipping 

6-book pack: $25; not including tax and shipping

Available from the author; signed copies, if requested

Digital EPUB with author reading: $11; ; not including tax

Inquire at Ellen's Contact page on this website

Also available to Follett School Solutions subscribers