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Introduces young readers to endangered and extinct animals from each of the six major animal groups and offers tips for protecting animals and our planet.
High in the sky or deep in the ocean, animals live in all kinds of habitats and travel amazing distances. This beautifully illustrated series of comparisons illuminates how animals have adapted to live at truly impressive heights and depths. A running ruler on each spread lets readers compare measurements.
Animals of Africa provides an in-depth look into 10 native African animals. Each book introduces readers to the life, diet, habitat, behaviour, and physical description of the animal. Vivid photographs and visual aids, such as a range map, life cycle diagram, and body features diagram, aid readers in learning. A special reading feature at the end of each book asks readers to reflect on the topic and expand on their newly learned knowledge.
Animals of North America provides an in-depth look into ten native North American animals. Each book introduces readers to the life, diet, habitat, behaviour, and physical description of the animal. Vivid photographs and visual aids, such as a range map, life cycle diagram, and body features diagram, aid readers in learning. A special reading feature at the end of each book asks readers to reflect on the topic and expand on their newly learned knowledge.
Which animals will you see on the farm? Woolly sheep may be grazing in the pasture while tiny ducklings paddle across the pond. Maybe you can collect milk from a cow or eggs from a chicken. Young readers will explore the characteristics and lives of common farm animals in this low-level series.
Each season, animals embark on incredible migrations that test their strength and stamina. This exciting series invites readers to soar, scuttle, and swim alongside them! Junior globetrotters will explore migration routes and identify dangerous obstacles. Along the way, they witness the special skills and adaptations that help each animal reach its destination!
You know that pets can be fun. But some dogs, horses, pigs, and more have important jobs to do. With Animals That Help Us young readers will discover how animals help us stay safe. Look! Books introduce early nonfiction topics with large colourful photos, captions and fast facts. A glossary, resource list and index further enhance success with early nonfiction.
Cette série offre un excellent aperçu de quelques-uns des plus gros animaux de la planète. Chaque livre de la série Animaux géants décrit un animal en détail de manière simple et passionnante. Nous apprenons par exemple oú l’animal vit, de quoi il se nourrit et comment il élève ses petits. Accompagnés de grandes photos très vivantes, ces livres nous montrent pourquoi ces animaux sont si impressionnants et si fascinants.
Right in the middle of a very scary monster sort of dream, Rumpus wakes up. He wakes up so suddenly that into his room tumbles... Jamie! Nick Ward's adorable Rumpus is back in this superbly sweet sequel to A Rumpus in the Night! Join Jamie for a Rumpus adventure with a Brouhaha and Hullabaloo too!
This anti-war story is told through the eyes of Douglas, the only ant in Antworld who has a name. He dreams of joining the beautiful line that delivers food, but he's been enlisted to be a soldier, and it's probably for the best that he doesn't understand quite what that means...