Addition cover

Addition What is addition, and how does it work? With their cartoon guide, readers will count ants, plant...

Addition

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What is addition, and how does it work? With their cartoon guide, readers will count ants, plant seeds, and pretend to be a shark, to find out! Through bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, kids will have fun discovering basic addition strategies, such as “finding the tens” and “making friendly numbers.” A list of additional resources and a helpful addition table are featured in the back of the book.Building Blocks of Mathematics is a fun, six-volume series of mathematics books from...

Armored Dinosaurs! The Ornithischians cover

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!

Birdlike Dinosaurs! Small Therapods and Prehistoric Birds cover

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

Birdlike Dinosaurs! Small Theropods 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.

Division cover

Division Through bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, kids will have fun discovering basic division...

Division

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    Through bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, kids will have fun discovering basic division facts and strategies. With the character “Division” as their guide, readers will group seashells, share graham crackers, and weigh a bear, to find out!

    Fractions cover

    Fractions Follow characters as they use pizza, yarn, and the solar system to explain basic fractions...

    Fractions

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      Follow characters as they use pizza, yarn, and the solar system to explain basic fractions concepts. Through bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, kids will have fun discovering facts and strategies for working with fractions.

      Building Blocks Multiplication cover

      Multiplication What is multiplication, and how does it work? Readers will have fun with bees, boulders, and...

      Multiplication

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        What is multiplication, and how does it work? Readers will have fun with bees, boulders, and monster legs to find out! Through bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, kids will master basic multiplication facts and strategies.

        Building Blocks Numbers cover

        Numbers What are numbers, and how are they used? Readers will explore ancient counting systems, discover...

        Numbers

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          What are numbers, and how are they used? Readers will explore ancient counting systems, discover counting tools, and more! Through bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, kids will have fun learning about counting and number systems.

          Building Blocks Subtraction cover

          Subtraction Through bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, kids will have fun discovering basic...

          Subtraction

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            Through bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, kids will have fun discovering basic subtraction strategies, such as mental visualization and problem writing. With the character “Subtraction” as their guide, readers will count peaches, worms, and train cars to find out!

            American Indian Code Talkers cover

            American Indian Code Talkers Paperback Younger readers can discover the little known history of American Indian Code Talkers in this...

            American Indian Code Talkers Paperback

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              Younger readers can discover the little known history of American Indian Code Talkers in this volume through photos, infographics, timelines, charts and easy-to-read text. As they follow along, readers will learn about the lives of many Native Americans who acted heroically for their country even as they faced hardship and discrimination.

              Animal Life Cycles cover

              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.

              Giant Dinosaurs! The Sauropods cover

              Giant Dinosaurs! The Sauropods Did you know that Brachiosaurus could eat tree leaves more than 40 feet off the ground? Kids will...

              Giant Dinosaurs! The Sauropods

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              Did you know that Brachiosaurus could eat tree leaves more than 40 feet off the ground? Kids will learn about the enormous sauropods that shook the ground as they walked on four legs. Readers also learn about how scientists use fossils to trace the rise of the Age of Dinosaurs, 252 million to 66 million years ago.

              202 Science Investigations cover

              202 Science Investigations More than two hundred easy-to-do investigations in life science, physical science, space science,...

              202 Science Investigations

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              More than two hundred easy-to-do investigations in life science, physical science, space science, and earth science! Each activity description provides a complete list of everyday materials needed as well as comprehensive, step-by-step directions.