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There are 9 titles in this set.
On Earth natural cycles are always at work. The patterns of migration, hibernation, night and day, and seasons are just a few of these cycles. This series introduces the steps in nature's cycles and explains how people can upset the balance.
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All living things are made of carbon, from plants to animals to people. Breathe in the facts, and learn how people are causing big changes to the carbon cycle.
The sun shines bright during the day, but why can't you see it at night? Follow the patterns of the sun and Earth to learn what causes day and night.
Many animals, both big and small, sleep through long, cold winter months. Learn the process of hibernation and different ways animals adapt to survive in harsh ...
From butterflies to sunflowers, each living thing follows a life cycle. Uncover the facts of both animal and plant life cycles, and learn how people's actions ...
Zebras travel across the Kalahari Desert each spring in search of food. Whales swim to warmer water every winter. Take a journey to discover the wonders of ...
The moon circles Earth and looks different to us every day. Follow the phases to learn about the moon's changing shadows and light. Bring augmented reality to ...
Magma, wind, and water form different rocks in different ways. Read beneath the cracks to learn about the rock cycle and how people affect it. Bring augmented ...
What time of year do leaves change color? Why can’t flowers grow in the snow? Track all four seasons and discover the importance of weather patterns to plant ...
Lakes evaporate. Clouds form from condensation. Rain falls and fills rivers and lakes. Soak up facts about the water cycle and why we need to keep water clean.
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