Earth was a lot different when dinosaurs were around, but they have left us important clues. Find out how scientists use these clues to learn what kinds of dinosaurs lived where, what they ate, and how fast they could run. You may also be surprised to learn which animals living today are dinosaur relatives!
A variety of habitats exist on our planet. Let's further explore what ecosystems are home to the animals of the earth.
A close-up look into how ants live; work, forage, nest, travel. These amazing insects baffle humans with their ability work closely together as a team. Simple text with amazing images for the visual learner. Plus a helpful photo glossary.
This book helps students learn how animals must adapt their looks and behaviors in order to survive.
Birds are something all kids have access to in our daily lives. But some birds are serious predators. Close-up photos grab reader’s attention as they learn how birds of prey use their eyesight, hearing, beaks, and talons to help them catch their food.
Sometimes the best exploration is in our own backyard. Young kids love to explore their local surroundings and the backyard is where it usually begins. This series of books helps teachers teach living sciences with things kids can learn by seeing in their own backyard.
The American Beaver is often overlooked as an environmental wonder. It can create entire ecosystems. It can also drive land owners crazy by cutting down a large number of trees changing the landscape.