- General book list
- Digital books
- Florida Waters (complete book)
- Sonia solves the food chain
An illustrated short book that describes the various levels of the food chain. Originally published by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, the book is posted here with permission.
- Stories from The Great Water OdysseySM
- Florida’s natural purifier: The Everglades
- How much water are you eating?
- Keeping our underground water healthy
- Paddling adventure
- Protect our watershed
- Rainy day blues
- Trees get thirsty too
- Water action under the ground
- Water by the numbers
- Water detective
- Water poem
- Water treatment
- Water, water everywhere
- Water’s unique qualities
- Well of a way to get water
- What’s a watershed?
- Why should we drink water?
- Other resources
Sanders, Scott Russell. 1999. Crawdad creek. National Geographic Society. ISBN 0792270975. Grades K-4.
Based upon the author’s own childhood experiences, this book tells of two children who find fossils, frogs, crawdads, deer track, and many other treasures when they visit the creek behind their house.
Pratt-Serafini, Kristin Joy. 2000. Salamander Rain: A Lake and Pond Journal Dawn Publications. ISBN 1584690178. Grades K-4.
A boy named Klint joins the wetland patrol in which each member becomes and expert on a wetland habitat. This realistic, kid-friendly journal features paintings of lake and pond organisms, handwritten notes, clipped articles, and interesting facts about each creature. It provides a vibrant example that students can refer to when creating their own nature journals.