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Magic Tree House Fact Tracker #18: Penguins and Antarctica: A Nonfiction Companion to Magic Tree House #40: Eve of the Emperor Penguin

by Mary Pope Osborne, Natalie Pope Boyce & Sal Murdocca

Magic Tree House Research Guides are now Magic Tree House Fact Trackers! Track the facts with Jack and Annie!

 

When Jack and Annie got back from their adventure in Magic Tree House #40: Eve of the Emperor...


Ace Your Human Biology Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner & Barbara Gardner Conklin

How do joints work? How do sense receptors work? What type of personality do you have? Learn the answers to these questions and more with the fun experiments in this book. Young scientists will explore human...


Ace Your Science Project About the Senses: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner, Thomas R. Rybolt & Leah M. Rybolt

How do your eardrums work? Can odor molecules pass through a solid the same way they pass through air? How does your sense of smell affect how something tastes? Learn the answers to these questions and more...


Ace Your Animal Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner, David Webster & Kenneth G. Rainis

Can you build a bird feeder that keeps squirrels out? Where do earthworms like to live? Does color affect human emotions? Learn the answers to these questions and more with the fun experiments in this book....


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...


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...


Minibeasts: The World of Invertebrates and Insects

by G. Alan Revill

This innovative series is designed to help teachers bring science topics to life through imaginative creative arts activities. Each pack includes 10 laminated, double-sided cards, printed in full color. Each...


Leatherback Turtles, Giant Squids, and Other Mysterious Animals of the Deepest Seas

by Ana María| Rodríguez

The ocean is one of the most extreme environments on Earth. The deepest ocean zones challenge animal survival in unique ways. When light and warmth totally disappear, when pressure can crush most bodies, and...


Vampire Bats, Giant Insects, and Other Mysterious Animals of the Darkest Caves

by Ana María| Rodríguez

How does a blind fish find food? Can a giant centipede eat a bat for dinner? Caves are home to unique and bizarre creatures. Cave dwelling animals have found amazing ways to survive in complete darkness. Although...


Gray Foxes, Rattlesnakes, and Other Mysterious Animals of the Extreme Deserts

by Ana María| Rodríguez

Exploring the desert is an unforgettable experience. Most days there is not a cloud to shade the blazing sun. Within minutes, exposed skin shows signs of sunburn. Even the sunlight reflected from the ground...


Polar Bears, Penguins, and Other Mysterious Animals of the Extreme Cold

by Ana María| Rodríguez

The Arctic and Antarctica are two of the most extreme environments in the world. They are freezing cold, wind-blown, lip-cracking dry, and pitch-black for half of the year. But despite these extreme conditions,...


Plant and Animal Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Yael Calhoun

How do land and aquatic plants differ? How do birds mark their territories and attract mates? How are seeds protected from being eaten by animals? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, you...


Genetics and Evolution Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Robert Gardner & Stephanie LaBaff

Why do some humans have curved thumbs while others have straight thumbs? What is DNA? What happens during cell division? Using easy-to-find materials, young scientists will explore genetics, evolution, and classification,...


Ecosystem Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Pam Walker & Elaine Wood

How do cool temperatures affect the activity of a fish? Do earthworms prefer to live in light or darkness? Do weeds interfere with the growth of other plants? Find the answers by doing the fun and simple experiments...


Cell and Microbe Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Kenneth G. Rainis

Cells and microbes are found everywhere, from inside your mouth to the puddle in your backyard. The simple experiments in this book will help you begin to understand this important topic. If you are interested...


Velociraptor Up Close: Swift Dinosaur

by Peter, PhD Dodson, Bob Walters & Laura Fields

Velociraptor was a swift dinosaur that ate whatever it could catch. Learn about Velociraptor's tail and claws, and how it hunted its food and cared for its young. Written by a world-famous paleontologist, this...


Tyrannosaurus Rex Up Close: Meat-Eating Dinosaur

by Peter, PhD Dodson, Bob Walters & Jeff Breeden

TYRANNOSAURUS REX is one of the most famous dinosaurs. Everyone has heard of this meat-eating "tyrant lizard"-but how did it live? Who were its relatives? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this...


Triceratops Up Close: Horned Dinosaur

by Peter, PhD Dodson, Bob Walters & Laura Fields

What kind of dinosaur was TRICERATOPS? What did it eat? How did it live? Find the answers to these questions and more! This easy-to-read science book fills a need for nonfiction science readers while entertaining...


Stegosaurus Up Close: Plated Dinosaur

by Peter, PhD Dodson, Bob Walters & Laura Fields

Paleontologist Peter Dodson introduces young readers to STEGOSAURUS, a plated dinosaur. Full-color illustrations bring this dinosaur's word to life, showing its head, legs, legs, and environment up close. A...


Pterosaurs Up Close: Flying Reptiles

by Peter, PhD Dodson & John Bindon

Author Peter Dodson introduces young readers to pterosaurs. Although they are not dinosaurs, these flying reptiles lived fascinating lives millions of years ago. Learn about Pterandodon, Pterodactylus, and many...