Bounding across the Great Plains at up to 53 miles (85 kilometers) per hour, pronghorn are grassland survivors! The hearts and lungs of these speedsters are specially adapted to keep them on the run. Young readers will learn how this and other adaptations allow pronghorn to thrive in the grasslands biome. A diet feature, range map, and conservation status bar support the text and aid readers in this low-level title.
Loud barks carry across the grasslands. A predator is near! Prairie dogs rush into their burrows at the call. This low-level text shows how behaviors like these help prairie dogs survive in the grasslands biome. Features such as a diet graphic, a range map, and a conservation status bar support and add detail to the text. Young readers will love burrowing into the lives of prairie dogs with this fun title!
With their tough skin and long horns, rhinoceroses are armed and ready to survive the grasslands! This low-level title examines how rhinos are uniquely suited for the grasslands of Africa, from their body parts to their behaviors. Features such as a diet graphic, a range map, and a conservation status bar add information and clarity for beginning readers.
From licking their forearms to lying in the shade, kangaroos have ways of staying cool in the hot Outback. This title for beginning readers shows how these marsupials have adapted to their grassland home through body parts and behaviors. Features such as a range map and a diet graphic further explore these fascinating animals. This fun title will have readers hopping with excitement!
African lions easily sneak through the savannas of Africa thanks to the camouflage of their tan fur. Engaging text covers this and other attributes that have made lions top grassland predators, with features showing major adaptations, range, and diet. Beginning readers can learn just how lions survive under the hot African sun in this fact-filled title.
Did you know that giraffe tongues are dark in color? Scientist believe the color protects them from the hot sun of the savanna. In this engaging title, bright photos and low-level text introduce young readers to giraffes and their adaptations to the grassland biome. Graphics about range, diet, and physical adaptations further illustrate how giraffes survive in the hot, dry savanna.
Zebras’ stripes don’t just look fancy--they help zebras survive their grassland habitat! The unique patterns of the stripes help keep dangerous flies away. In this title, low-level text and special features on diet and physical characteristics explain the special adaptations zebras have to make the African savanna their perfect home.