Wetlands are found all over North America. They are a vibrant habitat for thousands of plant and animal species. Stunning, colorful photographs and clear, concise language help teach children about A Wetland Habitat. Specific topics include which plants and animals live in wetlands finding food in wetlands how weather affects wetlands
"A is for Alioramus." Dinosaur fans will love this simple book featuring a dinosaur name (and pronunciation) or dinosaur-related word for each letter of the alphabet.
Look out! Mina's pet Deinonychuses have spilled the paint! Kids will love this simple book that uses dinosaurs to mix colors in order to create new colors.
Four hungry Torosauruses are chasing three fast Mynonykuses. One of them is not going to get lunch! Kids will love counting dinosaurs in this exciting book about numbers.
Count the circles on Billy's bike as he tries to catch up to his pet Hypsilophodonts. Kids will enjoy looking for shapes in this entertaining book that puts kids and dinosaurs together in everyday situations.
In The Antarctic Habitat, children will find a detailed description of the freezing, snow- and ice-covered continent of Antarctica. Stunning photographs and easy-to-understand text teach children about the different species of birds, seals, and whales that live in the freezing Southern Ocean that surrounds Antarctica. Topics include the extreme weather conditions in Antarctica icebergs and glaciers how animals survive in the freezing Southern Ocean
An Arctic Habitat provides children with an introduction to this cold, vast region. Easy-to-read text and colorful photographs help children learn about this unique habitat and how the plants and animals have adapted to the harsh environment. Young readers will learn about the characteristics of both land and water habitats in the Arctic the plants and animals that live in the Arctic how animals find food and shelter in the Arctic
There are more than a million species of insects living on Earth, and all insects have similar bodies. In Insect Bodies, children will learn the major physical features of insects and the importance of each body part. Close-up photographs and clearly labeled illustrations help explain: a) an insect's three main body sections; b) the different kinds of insect mouthparts; c) how insects use their eyes and antennae; d) why and how insects molt as they grow; and e) how insects move.
Children will love learning about plants and plant parts. Beautiful photographs and artwork in this spectacular ABC book help teach children to identify various plants and find similar examples in their own communities.
Did you know that a tiny sea jelly the size of your fingernail can kill a person? Oceans are filled with some of the most colorful creatures alive–and some of the deadliest! Young children will be thrilled by the animals featured in this exciting ABC book which identifies everything under the sea, from colorful nudibranchs, sea cucumbers, and clownfish to deadly electric eels, stingrays, great white sharks, and sea jellies.
Habitats are the natural places where plants and animals live. Deserts, forests, oceans, ponds, grasslands, polar regions, and mountains–this book introduces them all to young children. Fabulous photographs highlight this valuable learning resource. Children will be inspired to write their own ABCs after reading this book.
Numbats, opossums, planigales and quolls–not to mention marsupial moles!–are some of the more unusual animals featured in this engaging and highly illustrated ABC book. The imaginative and playful text will capture a child's interest in these strange animals as well as other more familiar favorites, from butterflies to elephants.
Some animals live in fresh water, and some in salt water. This book introduces both kinds of habitats but focuses on freshwater rivers, lakes, ponds, and wetlands. Children will be fascinated by pictures of baby hippos, geese, swans, alligators, tigers, muskrats, nutrias, river otters, and more. They will learn about the life cycle of frogs and dragonflies in ponds. Photosynthesis and food chains are also explained with diagrams using photos of plants and animals.
Engaging photos of baby lions, hippos, zebras, giraffes, and rhinos highlight this introduction to African savannas - large grasslands where the weather is hot all year. Interesting information focuses on the special needs of baby animals in this habitat, including how they find water during the dry season and stay cool in the intense heat, and how they are protected from predators.
Children will love the photos of the exotic baby animals that live in rain forests around the world, such as tigers, monkeys, lemurs, elephants, and sloths. Young readers will also learn about the different kinds of rain forests and discover what life is like for baby animals in both wet and dry seasons.
Children will learn about the many land habitats in which baby animals are raised. This introduction looks at forests, grasslands, mountains, and deserts and features appealing photos of wolf pups, baby orangutans, rhinos, guanacos, and foxes. Young readers will also learn about the different seasons in each habitat and how some animals can live in several kinds of habitats.