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This book explores the concept of air, and why living things – i.e., animals, humans and plants – need it.
A light appears in a dark tunnel. A whoosh and a roar fill the air. Here comes a subway! Subways zip underneath the ground, moving people around large cities.
You can control the power of energy with your own two hands. In Harness It, you’ll invent a penny battery, a solar cooker, a trip wire, and many other energy ...
Look! Bob has fun in the garden.
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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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 ...
American bison live only in North America. Learn all about these grassland giants and their habitats in American Bison.
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 ...
All kinds of animals live in the forest.
Ben is at the aquarium. Look out, Ben! Here is a big gray shark. Connect to the fiction text pair, Little Sea Horse and the Big Crab.
Baby Dinosaur can play. The little dinosaur can play, too. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, My Dinosaurs.
Baby Dinosaur is hiding. Where is she? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Can You See It? ...
Baby Dinosaur is lost. She cannot find her father. Where is he? Can Mr. Brown help her? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Dinosaurs.
Look at the little lamb. You can see lots of baby animals on a farm. Connect to the fiction text pair, Grandpa's Farm.
Are banana spiders hairy and very scary? Look inside to find out! Connect to the fiction text pair, A Big Box of Bananas.
Min Monkey is eating bananas. Oh, no! The bananas are going up and down in his tummy. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Chocolate Banana Pops.
Behavior in Living Things asks some fascinating questions about animal behavior. Do we eat because it is a particular time, or because we are hungry? What if ...
Horned lizards blend in with the desert sand, but are they the best camouflaged animals in the world? Camouflaged animals stop in their tracks, change colors, ...
The balloon is getting bigger and bigger in the sun. Connect to the fiction text pair, Max and the Balloons.
Mr. Lee looked in a big box of bananas. Help! cried Mr. Lee. It was hairy, and it was very, very scary! Connect to the nonfiction text pair, The Banana ...
There are big cats in the jungle, and there are big cats in the desert. Big cats can be scary! Connect to the fiction text pair, Billy Brown's Cat.
Min Monkey ran down to the river. Is Big Green Crocodile down by the river, too? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Make Two Crocodiles.
Lea can jump in the big mud puddle. Splash! Splash! Splash! Connect to the nonfiction text pair, The School Garden.
Billy Brown wants a puppy. But Billy Brown gets a cat! Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Big Cats.
It's my birthday and I can play.
We all have a birthday. You have a birthday, too. Connect to the fiction text pair, Lea's Birthday.
Look! Here comes a little caterpillar. Connect to the fiction text pair, Sleepy Little Caterpillar.
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