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Ana & Andrew are always on an adventure! They live in Washington, DC with their parents, but with family in Savannah, Georgia and Trinidad, there's always something exciting and new to learn about African American history and culture.
What it would be like to see a living, breathing dinosaur? The Ancient Earth Journal series brings readers closer to prehistoric life than ever before by combining the latest paleontological findings with highly detailed, intimate drawings of wildlife from prehistoric times.
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.
In this illustrated picture book, a young child can hear colour and is enamoured with his grandmother's beaded necklace, in spite of the reservations of those around him.
From Alexander Anteater to Zachary Zebra, it's one adventure after another for Alpha Betty's students. Get to know these zany characters as they find new friends, test their talents, go on exciting explorations, and have a rip-roaring, super-sensational, totally tremendous good time! It's fun and fresh from A to Z!
Tunnels. Bridges. Dams. Humans aren't the only animals to build these structures. Moles, ants, and beavers do, too! Explore these builders' works and worlds through vibrant photos and carefully levelled text. Animal Architects includes infographics, an activity, and a glossary to reinforce new vocabulary.
All animals grow up in different ways. This charming series covers the first days, changes, and growth of the world's cutest baby animals.
From bird nests to beehives, this illustrated narrative nonfiction series explains how animals use their special skills to make a home that fits their needs. Range maps show where each animal lives and a hands-on activity in each book encourages kids to try the animals’ building techniques for themselves.
From feathered flyers to scaly swimmers, our world is home to an exciting array of creatures. Explore the animal kingdom and discover each group's unique traits through vibrant photographs and carefully levelled text. Narrative nonfiction is supported by a labelled diagram and picture glossary.