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How long do butterflies live? What are baby frogs called? Readers will learn the answers to these questions and more in this engaging series about the life cycles of different animals. Levelled text and vivid photography highlight basic facts about each animal, while special features further illustrate the animal’s diet, size, and life stages. Each book concludes with a full-page feature that helps readers visualize the animal’s life cycle. This series about animals growing up is a great choice for growing readers!
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!
What animals do you see out your window? This series for beginning readers introduces these critters through simple, predictable text. Features including labelled diagrams and food graphics reinforce content while bright, colourful photos aid in comprehension and keep readers engaged. Get ready to explore the animals in your yard with this fun series!
The Arctic is a barren land of blustering winds and sub-zero temperatures unfit for many of Earth's animals. But some have evolved to make this frozen world their home. Each title in Animals of the Arctic is filled with descriptions of adaptations, from special coats to inventive behaviours, explaining how animals survive in the Arctic!
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.
The desert is one of the most extreme biomes on Earth! Temperatures skyrocket as the sun rises and quickly plummet as it sets. These extremes have not stopped animals from making it their home. From roadrunners excreting salt to conserve water to bighorn sheep going days without a drop, this series explores the special ways animals of the desert have adapted to survive in this harsh biome.
This series for young readers explores the forest biome and the animals that live there, offering low-level text and vibrant photos alongside features that highlight range, conservation status, and diet. Readers will learn how animals are specially adapted to thrive in the forest!
The sun beats down on the African savanna, while icy winds whip across the Great Plains in North America. There's nothing to shelter the animals that live in this wide-open biome from the harshness of these elements, so they must find other ways to survive. Profiles, maps, and other features support low-level text telling all about how animals have adapted to the grassland biome they call home.
Thin, cold air and steep slopes make mountaintops formidable to most animals. But some species thrive at these high altitudes! This low-level series examines alpine animals and how they adapt to their high-up homes. Features illustrate the range, diet, and adaptations of each animal to support levelled text. Young readers can find out what life is like on top of the world!