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Animals Are Awesome

Each book in the Animals Are Awesome series offers insight into the fascinating lives of some of the world's most incredible animals. From what they eat and where they live to descriptions of different species and how they spend their days, readers will learn lots of fun facts about their favourite animals.

Animals Around the World

Did you know that elephants can live to be 70 years old? Or that anteaters consume up to 30,000 termites a day? With an abundance of fun and informative facts, these oversize volumes provide young readers with a fascinating introduction to the animal kingdom. Vibrant, large-scale photography provides an inside look at animals in their natural habitats around the world. Features such as location maps, scaled-size comparisons, and statistics give readers further insights into the animals' world.

Animals Eat What?

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!

Animals Measure Up

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 (Beacon)

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 (Beacon)

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.

Animals of the Arctic (Blastoff! Readers: Level 2)

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!

Animals of the Coral Reef (Blastoff! Readers: Level 2)

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.

Animals of the Desert (Blastoff! Readers: Level 2)

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.

Animals of the Forest (Blastoff! Readers: Level 2)

A twig snaps near a stand of tall trees. Something is on the move. Is it a powerful gray wolf, or a sneaky raccoon? 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!