A Level 1 Amicus Reader that describes different kinds of animals’ tracks. Examples show that by looking at the parts of animal tracks, you can tell what animal left them behind. Includes comprehension activity.
Presents information about the grizzly bears of North America, their habitats, and their amazing size and strength.
Presents information about sloth bears, their habitats in the grasslands of India, and their unusual way of eating
Presents information about the sun bears of Southeast Asia, their rain forest habitats, and their climbing skills.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes the types of mutations that can happen to animals and plants. Highlights how outside forces or random genetic mishaps can cause extra or missing limbs, color variations such as albinism, and other abnormalities.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes the venomous poison dart frog. Readers learn how these rainforest frogs use venom to as a protection against predators. Also explains how people have used the poison for hunting and medicines.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes the venomous scorpion. Readers learn how these desert animals use the stinger on their tails to kill prey and defend against predators. Also explains the threat of these stings to humans and what to do when they are encountered.