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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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Life on the Plains Sometimes people take plain old plains for granted, but these vast shimmering oceans of grass...

Life on the Plains

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    Sometimes people take plain old plains for granted, but these vast shimmering oceans of grass support life on Earth in so many ways! With facts, illustrations, and bits of trivia, this book helps middle readers learn about animal antics and birds in the bush. They’ll discover the richness of life and history on the plains and why these lands need people to protect them today. The book includes a fun quiz and a helpful glossary.

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

    Mammals

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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.

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    Life in the Cities Kids might not think of cities as natural habitats, but from moss growing on a wall to storks...

    Life in the Cities

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      Kids might not think of cities as natural habitats, but from moss growing on a wall to storks nesting atop a chimney, many living things share these built environments with people. Life in the Cities engages students in grades 5 to 8 with richly illustrated descriptions of the habitats and inhabitants that thrive in our cities. It also explores the ways people work to protect their city environments. The book includes a fun quiz and a helpful glossary.

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      Life in the Woodlands Woodlands are rich in all sorts of plant and animal life, but it’s the trees that keep these...

      Life in the Woodlands

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        Woodlands are rich in all sorts of plant and animal life, but it’s the trees that keep these habitats vibrant. Even a fallen log gives food to slugs, spiders, fungi, and more! Life in the Woodlands introduces middle readers from grades 5 to 8 to woodland wildlife and resources, as well as to people’s efforts to protect them. The book includes a fun quiz and a helpful glossary.

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        Life on the Islands What do Greenland, Maui, and Manhattan have in common? They’re all islands! Islands can be crowded...

        Life on the Islands

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          What do Greenland, Maui, and Manhattan have in common? They’re all islands! Islands can be crowded with people or uninhabited, mountainous or barely above sea level. Life on the Islands by World Book's Ecology series gives middle readers from grades 5 to 8 a richly illustrated introduction to boundless variety of life and habitats on the world’s islands. The book includes a fun quiz and a helpful glossary.

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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.

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          Insects and Spiders What is the difference between an insect and a spider? How do ants find and store food? Discover...

          Insects and Spiders

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            What is the difference between an insect and a spider? How do ants find and store food? Discover fascinating facts about all kinds of creepy crawly creatures, from butterflies disguised as dead leaves to spiders that cast nets to catch prey. Insects and Spiders helps kids understand the behavior, adaptations, and life cycles of Earth’s largest and most diverse groups of animals.

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            Revealing the Secrets of Dinosaurs What did dinosaurs look like? Is it possible to bring dinosaurs back? How is a fossil restored?...

            Revealing the Secrets of Dinosaurs

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            What did dinosaurs look like? Is it possible to bring dinosaurs back? How is a fossil restored? Kids can explore questions and mysteries about these fascinating creatures that roamed the world millions of years ago.

            The Sea and Its Marvels

            The Sea and Its Marvels How were the oceans formed? What is plankton? Examine the features and habitats of the oceans, as...

            The Sea and Its Marvels

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              How were the oceans formed? What is plankton? Examine the features and habitats of the oceans, as well as the animals and other living things that inhabit them. With The Sea and Its Marvels, kids can also learn how the oceans formed, how they affect Earth's climate, and the dangers they face.

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              Life in the Deserts Where are the driest places in the world? What survival tricks keep a desert cactus or a horned...

              Life in the Deserts

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                Where are the driest places in the world? What survival tricks keep a desert cactus or a horned lizard alive? What happens when the desert blooms? Life in the Deserts introduces students in grades 5 to 8 to surprisingly rich desert environments. It also explores the environmental challenges faced by people who make their homes in and near desert regions. The book includes a fun quiz and a helpful glossary.

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                The Age of Knights and Castles What was life like in the age of knights and castles? How did a person become a knight? The Age of...

                The Age of Knights and Castles

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                  What was life like in the age of knights and castles? How did a person become a knight? The Age of Knights and Castles takes kids on a journey back in time to learn what life was like during the Middle Ages!