As I gaze out my library window at home, I see the once bare maple tree has changed a bit. Red buds dot the tips of its branches. I wonder when those bare branches will be covered with leaves this year.
Why do some dogs bark at approaching strangers and some ignore them?
What makes worms come onto the streets and sidewalks during rain?
Will there always be agates to find in
Why were green, yellow, and red the colors chosen for traffic lights?
Why do silkworms eat only mulberry leaves?
Why are some crayon colors retired and others introduced? All colors stayed in the world.
Why are goldfish orange and not gold?
How do fish communicate? Or do they communicate at all?
What is the difference between pumpkins we carve and pumpkins used for pies?
I look forward to reading their wonderings and then helping them find information sources that will provide answers.