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Readers can find out about flying disks and how to throw them into the air this procedural text. The text features are photographs, bold print, fact boxes, ...
Discover the Animals in the Forest.
Amazon Adventure features animals and plants that live in the rain forest. It also explores the ways people use rain forest resources.
In graphic novel format, follows the adventures of Max Axiom as he explains the science behind sound.
Readers can find out about ribbon sticks and how to flick and twirl them in this procedural text. The text features are photographs, bold print, fact boxes, ...
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 ...
Things in Space is a photographic look at some of the natural and manmade objects floating through our galaxy.
In graphic novel format, follows the adventures of Max Axiom as he explains the science behind photosynthesis.
Find out about simple machines and how we use them every day.
The winter weather watchers create a class weather chart to record the weather over one school week. It has been cloudy, sunny, calm, breezy, windy, cold, ...
The spring weather watchers create a class weather chart to record weather over one school week. It has been rainy, sunny, cloudy, breezy, windy, warm, mild, ...
The summer weather watchers create a class weather chart to record weather over one school week. It has been sunny, cloudy, calm, breezy, windy, mild, warm, ...
In graphic novel format, follows the adventures of Max Axiom as he explains the importance of science safety.
Look and Learn—that’s what scientists do when they use microscopes and other tools that make small things look bigger or faraway things look closer.
What moves fast? What moves even faster? Find out when you read this book.
Find out how people and animals rely on plants for the things they need in this beginning science book.
Looking at Rocks shows how the study of rocks can tell us about Earth. It also explores how people use different kinds of rocks.
Giant Plants highlights five huge plants that have enormous flowers, leaves, or both. The text features are photographs, directional arrows, labels, and a ...
Catcher Plants highlights five extraordinary plants that catch insects! The text features are photographs, directional arrows, labels, and a picture glossary.
Learn about some animals that are in danger of becoming extinct and what people are doing to Save the Animals.
Dive into this title to meet hammerhead sharks. Complete with a More Facts section and bolded glossary terms. Young readers will gather basic information about ...
Sounds are all around us. They can be loud or soft. Read more to find out about All Kinds of Sounds.
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 ...
Learn All About Mammals in this simple introduction to the traits mammals have in common.
This beginning science book introduces the concept of matter and its three changing forms: solids, liquids, and gases.
This book explains sources of light, how light creates shadows, and properties of shadows.
Learn about the history of flying machines, from hot air balloons to jets, in To Fly in the Sky.
Lots of animals have wings. Some wings are big and some are small. Some are covered with feathers and some are not. Read more to find out all about wings.
Meet A Tiger Cub! ...
You learn about the world by using your five senses, and you can learn about your five senses by reading this book! ...
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