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Leaves use sunlight to make energy, and when the sun fades, leaves burst into color.
Dig in to the wondrous world of dirt! In this introduction to soil, young science and nature lovers will discover the components of dirt, how it’s made, and ...
Uses an advice-column format to define responsibility as a character value and demonstrate how it can be used in daily situations.
Learn about light, and discover how to make reflections, shadows, and rainbows.
Compasses and magnetite, magnetic poles and motors - learn about how magnets affect our lives.
Discusses the activities of a dairy farm, describing the machines and the process used to get the milk to our table.
A seed is like a little package - it has everything that it needs to make a new plant. Learn how tiny seeds can grow into big, leafy foliage.
Introduces some common objects that are red in color including cherries, red licorice, and stop signs.
The rocks you see everyday can be grouped into different types, like igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic. Some rocks are actually minerals, and you can even ...
Discover the world of sound in this charming nonfiction tale. Young science fans will learn how sound is created through vibrations that vary in pitch and ...
Simple text and illustrations show squares in everyday objects. Includes an activity.
Uses an advice-column format to define respect for others, respect for property, and respect for oneself, and demonstrates how respect is used in daily ...
Simple text and illustrations show triangles in everyday objects. Includes an activity.
Introduce young scientists to the basics of the water cycle! Through full-color photos and simple, easy-to-follow text, this nonfiction book introduces ...
An award-winning introduction to good citizenship. Using real-life experiences and advice column-style writing, this nonfiction picture book defines ...
Introduces some common objects that are yellow in color including mustard, lemons and hard hats.
Using real life experiences, 8th grade advice columnists Frank B. Wise and Tina Truly write to kids about how to handle sticky situations in fun, creative, and ...
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