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Middle Grades Science Book - Basic Not Boring Build the foundation of students’ essential science skills with this workbook for grades 6-8. The...

Middle Grades Science Book - Basic Not Boring

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    Build the foundation of students’ essential science skills with this workbook for grades 6-8. The creative activities engage students’ critical thinking skills while providing an fun platform to learn, practice, and grow their science skills!

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    Icy Worlds What animals live in the Arctic and Antarctica? What people live in the Arctic? Explore Earth’s...

    Icy Worlds

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      What animals live in the Arctic and Antarctica? What people live in the Arctic? Explore Earth’s coldest regions and the variety of ice formations that define these places. Icy Worlds examines the climate, landscape, and animal life of Earth’s polar regions to help kids discover what these places can teach us about our planet, its past, and its future.

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      Puzzle It! U.S. History This book helps to wake up students’ brains with its entertaining, topic-oriented puzzles, riddles,...

      Puzzle It! U.S. History

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        This book helps to wake up students’ brains with its entertaining, topic-oriented puzzles, riddles, logic problems, and brain teasers. Sharpen critical thinking and problem solving skills while reinforcing information about the greatest triumphs, tragedies, surprises, and changes in U.S. History.

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        Middle Grades Physical Science This workbook applies principles of physical science to real-world activities and adventures,...

        Middle Grades Physical Science

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          This workbook applies principles of physical science to real-world activities and adventures, allowing students to practice their skills as they follow along with the stories. Students will review forces of energy as they apply to roller coasters and use the formula for finding power to discover how much energy is needed to cook a turkey dinner, among other tasks!

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          Savannas Learn how life changes on the savanna in the wet and dry seasons. Full of maps, fun facts, photos,...

          Savannas

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            Learn how life changes on the savanna in the wet and dry seasons. Full of maps, fun facts, photos, and illustrations, Savannas brings students along on a journey through the scattered shrubs and trees of the hospitably harsh grasslands found on six of Earth’s seven continents. The volume’s special features include a glossary, photographs, and an index.

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            Oceans Students learn about the fish, reptiles, crustaceans, mammals, mollusks, and other animals that...

            Oceans

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              Students learn about the fish, reptiles, crustaceans, mammals, mollusks, and other animals that make the oceans their home. Packed with fun facts, photos, maps, and detailed illustrations and photographs, Oceans is a must for the aspiring marine biologist! The volume’s special features include a glossary, maps, photographs, and an index. From the driest deserts to the steamiest rain forests, animals everywhere have found inventive ways to survive and flourish. World Book’s Animals and Their...

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              Seasonal Forests From the burrow of the wombat to the eucalyptus perch of the koala a surprising variety of animals...

              Seasonal Forests

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                From the burrow of the wombat to the eucalyptus perch of the koala a surprising variety of animals form the sights and sounds of our planet’s forest habitats! Full of maps, fun facts, photos, and illustrations, this book takes readers on a bear’s, bird’s, and bug’s-eye view of the temperate forests found on every continent except Africa and Antarctica. The volume’s special features include a glossary, maps, photographs, and an index.

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                Mountains and Polar Regions Follow animals through difficult terrain and learn about the adaptations that have allowed these...

                Mountains and Polar Regions

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                  Follow animals through difficult terrain and learn about the adaptations that have allowed these amazing creatures to thrive in some of Earth’s coldest and most inhospitable habitats. The volume is packed with fun facts, photos, maps, and detailed illustrations and photographs. Special features include a glossary, a climate zone map, photographs, and an index.

                  Voyages of Exploration

                  Voyages of Exploration How did the New World get the name America? What was the Silk Road? Voyages of Exploration...

                  Voyages of Exploration

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                    How did the New World get the name America? What was the Silk Road? Voyages of Exploration describes early European exploration, what the explorers discovered, and the significance of those discoveries. Voyages of Exploration helps kids learn about the history of exploration from the Vikings to what is considered the end of European imperialism.

                    Wonders of the World

                    Wonders of the World How were the pyramids in Egypt built? What was the Colossus of Rhodes? This book introduces readers...

                    Wonders of the World

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                      How were the pyramids in Egypt built? What was the Colossus of Rhodes? This book introduces readers to the wonders of the world, both natural and those created by human beings. Learn about such spectacular natural features the Grand Canyon in the United States and Victoria Falls in southern Africa. In Wonders of the World, kids can also find information about such notable structures the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the mysterious stone statues on Easter Island, and the Great Wall of China.

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                      Grasslands Whether they’re called prairies in North America or steppes in Russia, grassland areas support an...

                      Grasslands

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                        Whether they’re called prairies in North America or steppes in Russia, grassland areas support an astonishing variety of wildlife! Full of maps, fun facts, photos, and illustrations, Grasslands gives students an appreciation of the crafty animals—from the black-tailed prairie dog to the great green bush cricket—that thrive in our planet’s vast seas of grass. The volume’s special features include a glossary, photographs, an index, detailed captions describing each animal, and inset maps showing...

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                        Deserts and and Scrublands Full of maps, fun facts, photos, and illustrations, this book takes readers on a journey of...

                        Deserts and and Scrublands

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                          Full of maps, fun facts, photos, and illustrations, this book takes readers on a journey of discovery to learn about camels, dingoes, and other animals that manage to thrive in our planet’s most unforgiving environments. The volume’s special features include a glossary, maps, photographs, and an index.