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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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Insects and Spiders How do flies walk on walls and ceilings? Which insects act like farmers? This book gives students...

Insects and Spiders

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How do flies walk on walls and ceilings? Which insects act like farmers? This book gives students an introduction to insects and spiders and their physical characteristics. Readers learn about life cycles and behaviors of a number of these small, many-legged creatures. The volume’s special features include diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index.

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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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World of Dinosaurs What do the scary Tyrannosaurus and the long-necked Brachiosaurus have in common? Scientifically...

World of Dinosaurs

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What do the scary Tyrannosaurus and the long-necked Brachiosaurus have in common? Scientifically accurate illustrations pair with intriguing facts to show young readers what kind of dinosaurs lived millions of years ago in the book World of Dinosaurs. Readers will find out how big these prehistoric animals were, how they defended themselves, and where they lived — land, sea, or sky!

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Tropical Regions and Rain Forests What does a ring-tailed lemur have in common with a poison dart frog? Both live in the warm, wet...

Tropical Regions and Rain Forests

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    What does a ring-tailed lemur have in common with a poison dart frog? Both live in the warm, wet tropical regions found in the lower latitudes of our planet! Tropical Regions and Rain Forests takes readers on a fact-finding mission to learn about many of the animals that haunt the treetops or slither the jungle floor. The volume’s special features include a glossary, maps, photographs, and an index.

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

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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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    Reptiles Why do reptiles bask in the sun? Which lizards have tongues that are longer than their bodies?...

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    Why do reptiles bask in the sun? Which lizards have tongues that are longer than their bodies? Reptiles provides students an introduction to reptiles and their physical qualities. Brave readers will undertake a journey to study the life cycle and behaviors of these fork-tongued, cold-blooded enigmas. The volume’s special features include diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index.

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    Mollusks and Similar Sea Creatures Which mollusk can change colors? Why do some oysters make pearls? Mollusks and Similar Sea...

    Mollusks and Similar Sea Creatures

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    Which mollusk can change colors? Why do some oysters make pearls? Mollusks and Similar Sea Creatures introduces readers to such marine invertebrates as Shrimp, Squid, Corals, Jellyfish, and Barnacles. Students follow along on an underwater journey to study these creatures’ life cycle, behaviors, and adaptations to various habitats. The volume’s special features include diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index.

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    Mammals What is the largest mammal of all? Why do cats rub their cheeks on things?Mammals provides an...

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    What is the largest mammal of all? Why do cats rub their cheeks on things?Mammals provides an introduction to mammals and their physical characteristics. Readers will explore the life cycle and behaviors of these warm-blooded, big-brained creatures, along with their adaptations to various habitats. The volume’s special features include maps, diagrams, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index.

    What Living Things Need

    What Living Things Need What causes the seasons to change? Young learners see the basic needs of all living things. Bright...

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    What causes the seasons to change? Young learners see the basic needs of all living things. Bright illustrations and easy-to-read sentences introduce early readers to the web of life in the book What Living Things Need.

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    Dogs, From Woofs to Wags Childcraft: Dogs, from Woofs to Wags is a richly illustrated, 208-page volume that introduces...

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      Childcraft: Dogs, from Woofs to Wags is a richly illustrated, 208-page volume that introduces children to dogs. The text and illustrations combine to show how dogs came to play an important role in people’s lives, what breeds of dogs there are, and what people need to do to properly take care of their dogs.

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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.