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Healthy Eating describes each food group, including common foods in every group and how eating from all of the groups is important for good health and strong ...
Explore the life and achievements of Alexander Graham Bell. Photographs, a timeline, and easy-to-read text tell the story of this famous inventor.
It's everywhere. It's a solid, a liquid, or a gas. Read more to find out the facts on matter.
In 2005 the USDA unveiled MyPyramid to help Americans make healthier eating choices. MyPyramid, which replaces the old Food Guide Pyramid, stresses the need ...
An introduction to the different muscles and bones in the human body and how they function.
See their shapes. Watch for a thunderstorm. It's time to learn about clouds.
Tells the story of how Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin, and the effects it had on the Southern United States. Written in graphic-novel format.
Explore the life and achievements of Elizabeth Blackwell. Photographs, a timeline, and easy-to-read text tell the story of America's first woman doctor.
Discover the powerful world of energy! This nonfiction picture book introduces budding scientists to the different types of energy, including chemical energy, ...
Exercise is good for everybody, people and animals. Find out how humans and animals move in similar ways in Everybody Moves.
This books uses simple, hands-on experiments with magnets and metals to teach readers how the scientific method works.
This books uses simple, hands-on experiments with plants to teach readers how the scientific method works.
This books uses simple, hands-on experiments with rocks to teach readers how the scientific method works.
It’s fall, and the leaves are turning colors. Farmers are harvesting their crops. But do you know how harvesting happens? Or what animals do in the fall? What ...
Should you bring your umbrella to school today? What if there's a snowstorm? Weather forecasters gather the information that helps us stay safe, warm, and dry ...
Explore the life and achievements of Henry Ford. Photographs, a timeline, and easy-to-read text tell the story of this great automobile maker who started the ...
In graphic novel format, text and illustrations explain how fossils teach us about the dinosaurs.
In graphic novel format, text and illustrations explain the force of gravity and how it keeps us on Earth.
Brújulas, imanes, polos magnéticos y motores. Vívidas ilustraciones y textos sencillos exploran la asombrosa fuerza de los imanes. Cada libro tiene un ...
Rudie the origami dinosaur may seem new to the neighborhood, but she’s been around this block before. Rudie knows that rocks are cool, but her friend the stick ...
Watch it light up the sky. Hear its booms. It's time to learn about lightning.
MAG-3000, the origami robot is on a mission to fix and restore Star City. With some help from a mouse with a jet pack, she is on a search for the magnet that ...
Explore the concepts of motion by learning about movement, speed, force, and inertia.
Tells the story of how Philo Farnsworth came up with the idea for electronic television at age 14, and later developed his idea into the technology for ...
Explore the life and achievements of Rachel Carson. Photographs, a timeline, and easy-to-read text tell the story of this ground-breaking scientist who worked ...
There's a ghost on the loose at school! Explosions in the science room, metal turning to rust, cakes burning in the cooking lab … is the ghost to blame? Join ...
Dirt is all around us. It is found on every continent on Earth. But what is it made of? What is its purpose? Readers will learn the answers to these questions ...
Sunlight and moonlight, reflections and rainbows. Light is everywhere you look. But where does it come from? How does it make shadows? Readers will learn the ...
Rocks are all around us. Some rocks on Earth are 4 billion years old! But what are they made of? What are the different types of rock? Readers will learn the ...
Steam and frost, raindrops and dew. Water is all around us. But what do we use it for? How does the water cycle work? Readers will learn the answers to these ...
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