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Amphibians Frogs, toads, amphibians, middle school, books, animals

Amphibians Which frog is more poisonous than the deadliest snake? Why do toads have bumpy skin? Amphibians...

Amphibians

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Which frog is more poisonous than the deadliest snake? Why do toads have bumpy skin? Amphibians provides readers an introduction to amphibians and their physical characteristics. Students learn about their life cycle, behaviors, and adaptations to various habitats. The volume’s special features include maps, diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index.

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Animal Babies

Animal Babies What do kits, cubs, chicks, and joeys have in common? Which animals hatch from eggs or live in...

Animal Babies

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What do kits, cubs, chicks, and joeys have in common? Which animals hatch from eggs or live in their mothers’ pouches? Young readers will discover how different animals babies live, learn, and grow to be just like their parents in the book Animal Babies.

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Animal Homes

Animal Homes Early readers discover how types of animals build their homes in the forests and by the river in...

Animal Homes

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Early readers discover how types of animals build their homes in the forests and by the river in the book Animals Homes. Fun facts and colorful illustrations show why a burrow, nest, or den is perfect for the animal.

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Building Blocks of Life Science for Kids

Animal Life Cycles This graphic nonfiction book introduces various animal life cycles, including birds, amphibians,...

Animal Life Cycles

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This graphic nonfiction book introduces various animal life cycles, including birds, amphibians, butterflies, and mammals.

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Building Blocks of Life Science for Kids

Animal Structure and Classification This graphic nonfiction book introduces the body structures of animals and the scientific...

Animal Structure and Classification

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This graphic nonfiction book introduces the body structures of animals and the scientific classification system.

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Armored Dinosaurs! The Ornithischians

Armored Dinosaurs! The Ornithischians Which dinosaurs had bills like ducks? Did all Stegosaurs have spiky tails? What did they eat, where...

Armored Dinosaurs! The Ornithischians

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Which dinosaurs had bills like ducks? Did all Stegosaurs have spiky tails? What did they eat, where did they live, and what were they afraid of? In Armored dinosaurs! The Ornithischians, readers take a field trip to learn all about the dinosaurs covered in bony plates, those with duck bills, horned heads, and more!

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Asian Carp Paperback

Asian Carp Paperback The vivid photographs and easy-to-read text in Asian Carp introduce these fish to young learners....

Asian Carp Paperback

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The vivid photographs and easy-to-read text in Asian Carp introduce these fish to young learners. Diagrams, charts, and maps help readers understand why these fish have created such problems in U.S. waterways. As they follow along, kids will learn what scientists are doing to stop this huge invasive species!

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Birdlike Dinosaurs! Small Therapods and Prehistoric Birds

Birdlike Dinosaurs! Small Therapods and Prehistoric Birds Is it true that some dinosaurs had feathers? Are dinosaurs related to the birds of today? Students...

Birdlike Dinosaurs! Small Therapods and Prehistoric Birds

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Is it true that some dinosaurs had feathers? Are dinosaurs related to the birds of today? Students get a fact-filled introduction to the small theropods: the turkey-like Compsognathus, the swift and sharp-toothed Velociraptor, the feathery Archaeopteryx, and many more. Readers will learn about how dinosaur feathers differed from bird feathers and join in the debate tracing the origins of birds millions and millions of years ago.

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birds

Birds Which birds are taller than human beings? Which birds cannot fly? Birds gives readers an...

Birds

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Which birds are taller than human beings? Which birds cannot fly? Birds gives readers an introduction to birds and their physical characteristics. Students also learn about birds’ life cycle, behaviors, and adaptations to various habitats. The volume’s special features include maps, diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index.

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Black Bears Paperback

Black Bears Paperback The colorful photographs and easy-to-read text in Black Bears introduce young readers to these...

Black Bears Paperback

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The colorful photographs and easy-to-read text in Black Bears introduce young readers to these fascinating North American mammals. Diagrams, graphs, and maps help young learners understand the habitats and daily lives of these formidable creatures.

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Burmese Pythons Paperback

Burmese Pythons Paperback The vivid photographs and easy-to-read text in Burmese Pythons introduce these reptiles to young...

Burmese Pythons Paperback

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The vivid photographs and easy-to-read text in Burmese Pythons introduce these reptiles to young learners. Maps and charts help readers understand why the Burmese python is a danger to wildlife in the United States. As they follow along, kids will learn how scientists are trying to stop this dangerous invasive species!

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Cane Toads Paperback

Cane Toads Paperback The colorful photographs and easy-to-read text in Cane Toads introduce these amphibians to young...

Cane Toads Paperback

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The colorful photographs and easy-to-read text in Cane Toads introduce these amphibians to young learners. Diagrams and maps help readers understand why these animals are so dangerous. As they follow along, kids will learn what they can do to protect their pets and other animals from this large invasive species.