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Insect or Spider?: How Do You Know?

by Melissa Stewart

A bug scurries across the floor in front of you. Or is it a bug at all? Do you know how to tell the difference between an insect and a spider? Learn the tips for telling which animal is which. Appealing color...

Zoom In on Butterflies

by Melissa Stewart

Another title in the Zoom In on Insects! series, ZOOM IN ON BUTTERFLIES takes an up close look at these beautiful insects. The 'Zoom Bubbles' offer a closer look at different butterfly body parts including the...

Frog or Toad?: How Do You Know?

by Melissa Stewart

One has wet skin. The other is dry and bumpy. One is thin and lean and the other is fat and round. One is a frog and one is a toad. Do you know which animal is which? Author Melissa Stewart guides readers through...

Zoom In on Bees

by Melissa Stewart

Have you ever seen a bee up close? What does it look like? How does it eat? What is its life cycle? When you check out the 'Zoom Bubbles' on every spread of this book, you will get an up close peek at this insect's...

Ace Your Exercise and Nutrition Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner, Barbara Gardner Conklin & Salvatore Tocci

How does antibacterial soap affect bacteria? What diet meets your energy requirements? How can you measure blood pressure, metabolic rate, and calories? Young scientists learn about the scientific method while...

Ace Your Sports Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Madeline Goodstein, Robert Gardner & Barbara Gardner Conklin

What does physics have to do with your favorite sport? Use baseball, basketball, football, and other sports to learn about the science behind sports-the Magnus effect, topspin and backspin, center of gravity,...

Ace Your Weather Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner & Salvatore Tocci

Learn about barometers, humidity, snowflakes, and more with the great weather science experiments in this book. Authors Robert Gardner and Salvatore Tocci guide readers through their best weather science experiments...

Shark or Dolphin?: How Do You Know?

by Melissa Stewart

They both live in the ocean. They are both large, gray, and eat fish. But one is a shark and the other is a dolphin. How do you know which animal is which? Award-winning children's author Melissa Stewart explains...

Generation Green: The Ultimate Teen Guide to Living an Eco-Friendly Life

by Linda Sivertsen & Tosh Sivertsen

We all know about the Earth's environmental crisis, but there is someone who can truly make a difference: you. If you text your friends or chat with them online, download music to your iPod, or toss bottles...

A Tale About Tails (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat)

by Tish Rabe & Tom Brannon

Step into reading with the Cat in the Hat in this leveled reader about animal tails based on an episode of the hit PBS Kids television show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! While playing Pin the Tail...

Catch the Wind, Harness the Sun: 22 Super-Charged Projects for Kids

by Michael J. Caduto, David Bonta & John Hanson Mitchell

Kids ages 8-12 will love these 22 exciting activities and experiments focused on producing and playing with renewable energy. Projects range from the quick and simple - like the Pie Plate Wind-Maker - to the...

Why?: Answers to Everyday Scientific Questions

by Joel Levy

Why? Answers to Everyday Scientific Questions gets to grips with concepts that appear simple and straightforward, but which most people, when asked, really can’t explain. Why is the sky blue? Why is water...

What Are Global Warming and Climate Change?: Answers for Young Readers

by Chuck McCutcheon

Using a question-and-answer format supplemented by hands-on activities, this book fosters an understanding of the complex processes at work in global warming and climate change.

Who Was Christopher Columbus?

by Bonnie Bader & Nancy Harrison

Learn all about Christopher Columbus' early life at sea, which led him to seek fortune by sailing west in hopes of creating new trade routes with the Indies. Kids will read about why he called himself the "Great...

There's a Worm on My Eyeball

by Adam Taor & Douglas Holgate

Amazing stories of the alien zoo of contagious germs, bacterial body snatchers, vile viruses, and squirming worms that could be living inside YOU...If you ever need an excuse to chuck a sickie from school, here's...

Doomsday Rocks From Space

by Margaret Poynter

What happened to the dinosaurs? Scientific evidence suggests that a giant asteroid crashed into Earth 65 million years ago, killing off the dinosaurs. This doomsday rock could have changed the course of life...

Bugged-Out Insects

by Margaret J. Anderson

What kind of insect would make its home in a pile of dung? Does a female praying mantis really eat its mate? Do house flies spit on your food? Author Margaret J. Anderson answers all of these questions in BUGGED-OUT...

Winter Colors

by Brian Enslow

Take a look at the colors of the Winter. The colors of the season are on display! Color can be found everywhere, in mittens, nature, and of course wrapping holiday gifts. Using sight words and simple sentences,...

Summer Colors

by Brian Enslow

The colors of Summer are here! Color can be found everywhere, in flags, flowers, birds, and kites. Using sight words and simple sentences, early readers are shown the colors of the rainbow, and then find each...

Fall Colors

by Brian Enslow

When fall arrives, the harvest colors of the season are on display! Color can be found everywhere, in pumpkins, acorns, and of course leaves that are soon to drop from the trees. Using sight words and simple...