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Jody Sullivan Rake specializes in writing about any and all animals. After earning a zoology degree from San Francisco State University, she became an educator and science writer at SeaWorld in San Diego. She still lives in San Diego.
The only planet to support life, Earth has a lot going for it. Think you know everything there is to know about our home planet? Think again. Discover more ...
Mars is famous for its coloring, but the fourth planet from the sun has more than that going for it. Discover more interesting facts and secrets about the ...
The smallest planet in our solar system is also the closest to the sun. That means on Mercury, one year is just 88 days long! Discover more facts about the ...
From the rocky planets like our own Earth to the great gas giants in outer orbit, get to know our solar system! All eight planets have unique features, ...
The second brightest object in the sky, after the moon is Venus. It's also the only planet named after a woman. Learn more about bright, beautiful Venus, ...
Adelie penguins are known for their tux-like feathers. Find out more about this flightless, but quick swimming bird.
Emperor penguins are known as the largest of all penguins. Find out more about this flightless, but quick swimming bird.
Gentoo penguins are known for their red-orange beaks and white feather patches on their heads. Find out more about this flightless, but quick swimming bird.
King penguins are known for their loud voices and large size. Find out more about this flightless, but quick swimming bird.
Little penguins are known for their grayish blue feathers and their small size. Find out more about this flightless, but quick swimming bird.
Penguins are birds that swim and walk, but do not fly. Some penguins are big. Others are small. Where do penguins live and what do they eat? Read about the ...
Rockhopper penguins are known for hopping from rock to rock. Find out more about this flightless, but quick swimming bird.
Oceanic whitetip sharks are unique for their long, whitetipped fins and their fierce hunting skills. Find out what makes this shark such a bold predator. Bring ...
Oceanic whitetip sharks are unique for their long, whitetipped fins and their fierce hunting skills. Find out what makes this shark such a bold predator.
Sand tiger sharks are unique for their jagged teeth and ability to swallow air to help them float underwater. Find out why these slow-moving sharks are not as ...
Where does light come from? How do magnets work? What is force? How does sound travel? Science Basics explores these questions (and more!) in an easy to ...
Thresher sharks are unique for their extra long tail fin that they use to hunt their prey. Find out the stunning way this shark's tail helps catch its meal.
Get moving! By opening this book, you'll be using force to make the cover move. You use forces every day. But how? Learn more about this science basic and then ...
Listen up! Spread the word and ride the wave of science basics with this book about sound. Then look and listen during a hands-on science experiment that will ...
Explore the behaviors and environments of ocean animals.
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