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Scientists work hard in the lab and in the field to make important discoveries. But that's not all-they also love to dance, fly drones, eat French fries, and more! Meet fourteen phenomenal and diverse scientists.
Nature gives us many signs of the changing seasons, if only we pay attention. Animals use their senses to detect sights, smells, and sounds. Which one will be the first to know a new season is here? Using ordinal numbers from first to tenth, these narrative counting books will inspire readers to notice how the seasons change.
This series introduces children to animals from a variety of ecosystems while providing a fun and supportive reading experience. Repetitive text patterns feature high-frequency vocabulary and familiar content words, and a strong photo/text match further facilitates understanding. Who Lives Here? titles include tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.
Ice cream might be your favourite dessert, but do you know how it's made? This series explains just that. Come along on the journey as common household foods travel from farm to factory to table. Learn how grapes are made into jelly and peanuts are made into peanut butter. With clear process explanations and charming illustrations, this series answers the questions of curious and hungry kids.
Do you know how all your favourite things are made? This companion series to Who Made My Lunch? follows the journey that common household items make from raw materials to the factory and the store. With clear process explanations and charming illustrations, these books answer the question: who made my stuff?
How old is the Colosseum in Rome? How long is the Great Wall of China? Readers will find these answers and more as they learn about the location, history, architecture, and special uses of some of the world’s most iconic landmarks in Whole Wide World. Real-life photographs take readers on a trip, while an At a Glance feature provides a map and quick facts on each landmark.
From a fluffy ostrich chick to a tiny, newborn giant panda, this series introduces young readers to some adorable baby animals. With stunning photographs and simple text that’s perfect for emergent readers, Whose Little Baby Are You? is a delightful introduction to animals and their life cycles. Readers will discover the ways in which baby animals are similar to and different from their parents.
Have you ever looked down on the ground and seen something brown? It could be squishy or sticky, hard and round, flat and splatted, or piled in a mound. Eww-that’s poo! But whose poo could it be? Look inside to find out.
Farmer would just like to sleep in but his early morning slumbers are disturbed by his faithful companion, Donkey. And Donkey isn’t there to bid Farmer a good morning. As it turns out, the prospect of fun and food has lured the farm’s livestock to a local fair. Now it’s up to Farmer and Donkey to go round up the wayward critters before they can get into too much trouble. Or is it too late? Young readers will laugh out loud at the antics of the farmer’s chickens, goats, pigs, and one anxious cow
Danny is always late for school. If he's not stopped by pirates, then zombies chase him. Good thing Danny has a quick imagination. He may be late for school, but he does get there!