By Eric Carle
A VERY vintage from Eric Carle, author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar!
When a really lonely firefly is going out into the evening looking for different fireflies, it sees a lantern, a candle, and the eyes of a puppy, cat, and owl all gleaming within the darkness. It even sees a shock party of sunshine. however it isn't until eventually it discovers different fireflies that it unearths precisely what it is taking a look for--a shock certain to carry smiles to an individual who flip the ultimate page!
Lushly illustrated with Eric Carle's trademark vivid college paintings, soothingly advised with a gradual read-aloud rhythm, and entire with a shock bound to "light up" kid's faces, The Very Lonely Firefly will quick turn into a storytime favourite. learn it with a flashlight at midnight or less than the table--and watch these fireflies glow!
Praise for The Very Lonely Firefly:
"Carle's richly hued, collage-like paintings and delicate textual content can be comfortingly general to his various younger devotees."--Publishers Weekly
"This is a compelling accomplishment [and a] assured winner as a read-aloud or read-alone."--School Library Journal
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1) A sub-class under vital activities. (2) Activities of individuals, as distinguished from (a) Activities of social groups (sociology). (b) Activities of single organs (physiology). (3) Either conscious, or closely related to conscious activities. (4) May be activities of human or animal, adult or child, normal or abnormal individuals. B. Problems of psychology: (1) How individuals differ in their mental activities. (2) How individuals are alike in their mental activities. (3) Practical applications of either (1) or (2).
Reduce each drawing to the simplest possible form, and still retain everything that is essential. 6. What part of the nervous system lies (a) in the forehead and top of the head, (b) in the very back of the head, (c) along the base of the skull, (d) within the backbone, (e) in the arm? 7. Using a watch to take the time, see how long it takes you to name the letters in a line of print, reading them in reverse order from the end of the line to the beginning. ). Which of these two "stunts" is more like reflex action, and how, nevertheless, does it differ from true reflex action?
Without possessing separate organs for the different vital functions, these little creatures do nevertheless take in and digest food, reproduce their kind, and move. Every animal shows at least two different motor reactions, a positive or approaching reaction, and a negative or avoiding reaction. The general notion of a reaction is that of a response to a stimulus. The stimulus acts on the organism and the organism acts back. If I am struck by a wave and rolled over on the beach, that is passive motion and not my reaction; but if the wave stimulates me to maintain my footing, then I am active, I respond or react.