Series 1 Book List

Current BioFables Books

Click on a BioFables book image to order from CreateSpace (an Amazon company). For more information on each book, click on the title in the Description column. You’ll find an expanded description and a table of subjects covered in each book with links to additional web-based resources on selected subjects.


BioFables Description Companion
Whoosh; Old Faithful Uncovers a Mystery. A whirlwind visit to some of the geographical wonders of this famous National Park reveals more than geysers and paint pots.
E-I-E-I-Uh oh; Down on the (Family) Farm. Learning how to feed chickens and milk a cow are ordinary, everyday experiences on a farm. Some experiences, though, are definitely out of the ordinary, as seven-year-old Mallory soon discovers.
  Sand Sack; Singing Sands Sing No Secrets. There’s more to the hills of sand than anyone could have anticipated. Especially when they shift over time. And then there are insect-eating plants, tree graveyards, and a real-life demonstration of the food chain in action.
  Palisades Escapades; Bats and a Bird Bring Bumps and Bruises. Catching fireflies is fun. Cicadas, too. But what happens when you mix a dog, a cave, and some bats?
 A Stone’s Throw; Two Islands Beyond the Peninsula.  A fish boil, a treasure map, a ferry ride across Death’s Door and more!
Catch of the Day; How Much Does It Weigh? What do a water trampoline and Newton’s Laws of Motion have in common? How much does a sack of stuff weigh? Can a fish tell time? Find out!


Future BioFables Books

Pumpkins, Mazes and More. Birds reveal direction, Grandpa Mike’s announcement surprises everyone, and the best pumpkin decorations don’t always win a prize.
A Thanksgiving Project. “Tis better to give than receive, and so much better when the giving is done in secret. Everybody wins.
A Rocky Mountain Christmas. Looking for rescue dogs leads to a scary situation; a glimpse of a wild fox; family parties; a snowy “beach” and panning for gold are some of the many adventures in the thin mountain air.
Starved Rock in Winter. An astronomy lesson in a restaurant. Sliding on thin ice leads to a bowling lesson and a reminder to “think twice, act once.”
Mammoth Cave. Underground rivers, blind fish, and remembering the difference between stalactites and stalagmites are just a few of the discoveries awaiting the Maloney family.
Ninja Mom. Japan is a whole lot farther than Yellowstone, and not only in distance. Join the Maloneys as they discover differences and similarities in culture, food, and other features of Yokohama and beyond.