Ms. Frizzle’s class is taking a special nighttime hayride to learn about the moon.
But when a cloudy sky spoils the trip, everyone piles onto the Magic School Bus for a better view. You can bet this adventure will be anything but ordinary!
An old favorite as you’ve never seen it before! Everyone knows the song about the old lady who swallowed a fly, a spider, a bird, and even worse, but who’s ever seen what’s going on inside the old lady’s stomach? With this inventive die-cut artwork, Simms Tabak gives us a rollicking, eye-popping version of the well-loved poem.
Ms. Frizzle always takes her class on cool trips. This time, they head to Animal Land Park, and the bus turns into a bear. When it starts to get cold, the bear goes to sleep. What should the class do?
Hop on the Magic School Bus and learn all about how different kinds of animals survive through the winter.
Over 125 years ago our beloved Statue of Liberty made its way to New York Harbor. This Step 2 non-fiction reader uses illustrations and all-new photographs to tell the story of how Lady Liberty was sculpted, transported from France, unveiled, and made into an American icon.
This is another one of the famous Magic School Bus series. This book is packed with information about butterflies for students to learn from. It also incorporates vocabulary words that have to deal with a caterpillars transformation into a butterfly. Having sidebar thoughts in the text also allows students to decide what they want to read outside of the main paragraphs.
Ms. Frizzle’s class is learning about leaves. The students are playing a game called Leaf Hunt, but they can’t find one of the leaves. Ms. Frizzle says it’s time for a field trip, and the kids get on the Magic School Bus. They are going to track down the missing leaf. As always, Ms. Frizzle’s class finds all kinds of excitement on their search for science facts. Hop on the Magic School Bus!
No one thinks one or two snowflakes will amount to anything. Not the man with the hat or the lady with the umbrella. Not even the television or the radio forecasters. But one boy and his dog have faith that the snow will amount to something spectacular, and when flakes start to swirl down on the city, they are also the only ones who know how to truly enjoy it. This playful depiction of a snowy day and the transformation of a city is perfectly captured in simple, poetic text and lively watercolor and pen-and-ink illustrations.
Snow is a 1998 New York Times Outstanding Book of the Year and a 1999 Caldecott Honor Book.
Ms. Frizzle’s class is on its way to learn how snow is made. They take a wild ride into the clouds and get to float down on snowflakes. But how will they get back to the Magic School Bus?
Climb on the Magic School Bus and learn about snow, ice crystals, and much, much more.
Ms. Frizzle’s class is going to the top of the world! They want to see the different animals. But when they arrive, they get a big surprise. Join Ms. Frizzle’s class on this cool field trip and learn about the animals of the Arctic.