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Learn more about community helpers by finding out where people do their jobs in Where Do People Work? ...
Greetings! DO 4U the robot here, and I'm hard at work at Worldwide Robotics. I'm conducting experiments to find out about things like pulling, pushing, and ...
Normally, Zeke Meeks wouldn't care too much about the science fair, but he needs the prize money. If he doesn't pay Grace Change fifty dollars, she'll use her ...
Let's make a rock pool. You can make your sea animals go up and down. Connect to the fiction text pair, Our Special Rock Pool.
How do we earn money? All types of industries and sectors are explored in this title, as well as how earning money has changed from past to present.
This book gives 101 facts and tips that will help readers save and spend wisely. Information on credit also included.
Henry is a little creeped out by his new apartment. For one thing, the previous tenants died a few weeks before he moved in. For another, there's a gas leak ...
Why do tigers have stripes? Do they choose to have them, or is that just how they are? Adaptation and Survival explains what is meant by the fitness of an ...
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Learn about addition and animals in this book that teaches beginning math and science concepts.
This book explores the concept of air, and why living things – i.e., animals, humans and plants – need it.
In cartoon format, uses aliens to explain the science of energy.
Take an interesting look at all kinds of boats, from early canoes to powerful icebreakers to boats of the future.
Although homes can be built in many different places from many different things, this book shows children that all homes are alike in some important ways.
Learn All About Mammals in this simple introduction to the traits mammals have in common.
Snakes and lizards have many things in common because both are reptiles. However, they are different in many ways too. Find out how they compare in All About ...
There are all kinds of signs in the world, and this book features just a few of them.
Sounds are all around us. They can be loud or soft. Read more to find out about All Kinds of Sounds.
It's everywhere. It's a solid, a liquid, or a gas. Read more to find out the facts on matter.
On planet Earth, KRYPTO, ACE, SWIFTY, and other SUPER-PET pooches visit the Bowwow Boot Camp, a school for up-and-coming pups with powers. They're ready to ...
Amazon Adventure features animals and plants that live in the rain forest. It also explores the ways people use rain forest resources.
American bison live only in North America. Learn all about these grassland giants and their habitats in American Bison.
American black bears are known for their dark fur and sharp claws. But there's more to this bear than its strong paws. Learn how black bears use their senses, ...
As destroyers of cities and creators of islands, volcanoes are as unique as they are destructive. Whether they spew thick ash or pack heavy lava flows, their ...
Imagine building a pyramid that stands more than 400 feet (180 kilograms) tall. Now imagine building it with stone blocks weighing thousands of pounds and no ...
Ancient Egyptians relied on gods and goddesses every day to rule the sky, bring the rain, and more. Find out why the Egyptians worshipped these powerful beings ...
The next time you visit a theater to see a play or take part in a vote, you can thank the ancient Greeks. They invented both! The ancient Greeks also invented ...
How does it feel to be angry? What does anger look like? Big, full color photos and simple, rhyming text explore the range of angry feelings.
Animals Everywhere demonstrates location words. Animals are in, on, under or above on every page.
All kinds of animals live in the forest.
In this easy-to-read retelling of the classic Aesop's fable, the ant works hard all summer to get ready for winter. The grasshopper doesn't work at all. He ...
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