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Step back in time to explore some of the most influential societies in human history from a younger person's point of view. Key aspects of daily life, basic governmental structure, and beliefs are explored at an accessible reading level, leading up to a spotlight on a well-known architectural accomplishment that still exists today. A useful supplement for elementary social studies curricula.
All animals grow up in different ways. This charming series covers the first days, changes, and growth of the world's cutest baby animals.
It's an all-out brawl between some of nature's top predators in this high-interest series! Venture deep into the rain forest and to the bottom of the ocean to learn about some of the world's fiercest fighters. Readers will find out about the weapons each animal has, from sharp teeth to super senses, and the moves that finish enemies off. In each title, an action-packed narrative scene imagines a fight between the animals, while profiles offering statistics and charts make comparisons between the competitors. Reluctant readers will love their front-row seats to action with this series!
Children are fascinated by animals—from the smallest to the largest andfrom harmless ones to the most dangerous creatures. In these titles, readers become “animal detectives” as they uncover the facts about animals found around the world. Each title features pro les of individual animals, with details about how they live, accompanied by vivid photography and graphics.
The Animal Files introduces readers to species that play key roles in ecosystems around the world. Each book provides an in-depth look at how animals interact with and affect the environment around them, as well as the actions humans can take to protect the animals and their habitats.
Animals face scary challenges every day! These narrative nonfiction books focus on describing the changes to animals habitats that affect the animal's way of life-or even puts their species at risk of dying out! Readers will learn about the reasons for changes in habitats that affect animals and small steps they can take to help protect them.
Where does a fox raise its young? Where does a bird lay its eggs? Readers will learn what animals live in burrows, trees, dens and more! Aligned to Common Core standards & correlated to state standards.
Animal features come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, patterns, and colours, and they serve many different purposes. Animal Part Smarts introduces and labels animal parts, helping new readers learn to read while also learning about their favourite animals. Tightly controlled vocabulary and repetitive text patterns work together with crisp and colourful photographs to create an engaging and supportive reading experience.
From puke and poop to blood and guts, animals will eat almost anything. Delve into some of the most disgusting meals in the animal kingdom and learn about the creatures that live off of these unusual diets. Colour photos and fascinating facts will keep readers turning the pages to learn more gross details!
Coral reefs are among the busiest biomes on Earth! These warm-water habitats are full of animals specially made to thrive in the reefs. This colourful series takes young readers on a journey to the world's coral reefs. Along the way, simple text and vibrant photos will explore how animals adapted to live in the reefs. Special features help readers explore the range, adaptations, conservation status, and diet of each coral reef creature.