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Snakes use the color green to sleep in trees safely. Tree sloths move so slow that algae grows on them and turns them green! Green Animals will help readers ...
Discover the nature of symmetry as it appears in nature and the manmade world in Both Sides Are the Same.
The life cycles of emus, kangaroos, and goannas, and some information about these extraordinary animals are beautifully presented in Australian Animals. The ...
The life cycles of macaws, spider monkeys, and monarch butterflies moose, and some information about these engaging animals are beautifully presented in South ...
The life cycles of snowy owls, moose, and polar bears and some information about these striking animals are beautifully presented in Arctic Animals. The text ...
Learn about making sets and categories in this book about Sorting.
Willie, a silly worm who hates dirt and mud, changes his thinking after an accident.
[English] Max’s friend Susan cannot hear. She talks with her hands. Will Max’s sign language class help him learn how to talk to her? [Spanish] Susan es sorda.
[English] Max helps his friend Lily and her family celebrate the Chinese New Year. Flowers, oranges, and special candy are all part of the fun! [Spanish] Max ...
Megan is sad about moving and leaving her friends, but she soon discovers the positive aspects of living in a new place.
Find out how people and animals rely on plants for the things they need in this beginning science book.
A young fish wants to be able to play tag and other games with his friends, but first he must learn to swim.
Patterns are everywhere, even on plants and animals. You can have fun finding some patterns as you read Patterns in Nature.
Learn about addition and animals in this book that teaches beginning math and science concepts.
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.
This book explains sources of light, how light creates shadows, and properties of shadows.
People can work better and faster when they work together as a team. See how this true with these examples of good team work.
Hop in! This title will take you where you want to go. Early readers will gather basic information about trains through simple, easy-to-read text. And they ...
Children realize the many ways in which they can share and do things together.
A boy recounts the many things in his life that he is responsible for.
After planting flowers in the yard, Tanya and her dog Rudy both need a bath.
Young Galen views ordinary objects from a different perspective through the eye of his camera.
You learn about the world by using your five senses, and you can learn about your five senses by reading this book! ...
In Shapes in the City, children can see that there are shapes all around them. Photographs of city scenes feature squares, rectangles, triangles, and all kinds ...
Oceans are full of life, including interesting plants and animals. They are also places where people work and play. Find out more about them in this beautiful ...
A rambunctious child complains that the lifeguard is spoiling his fun until his little sister gets into trouble in the water.
What do we want? What do we need? Explore the difference between these two categories in this book about basic economics.
Learn more about community helpers by finding out where people do their jobs in Where Do People Work? ...
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