Fourth grade students at Talbot Elementary School (formerly Riverton) recently completed a Side x Side bookmaking program led by teaching artist Anne Ackerman and based on a literacy and science unit studying the adaptations of and relationship between plants, bees, pollination, and black bears. The program kicked off with a visit via Google Meet from Deb Perkins of First Light Wildlife Habitats to learn all about pollination and bees. Then students worked with Ackerman over Google Meet and through video tutorials to create informational accordion books using watercolor paper, mixed media papers, watercolor pencils, and pop-ups (supplies that were delivered to the school at the beginning of the program). As part of their books, students created and labeled drawings of flowers, bees, and black bears to demonstrate their symbiotic relationship and the adaptations that help them survive. Each student finished the program with a completed book that is a beautiful and informational resource.