Protists and fungi are two unique groups of organisms that thrive in moist environments. Reading Essentials in Science.
All plants need sun, water, air, and food to grow. Plants are anchored to the ground by their roots, which take in nutrients from the soil. Stems and stalks hold up plants and give them shape, and also hold the plumbing system of the plant. Leaves are the place where food is made for the plant. Many plants make crops for us to eat.
In this adventurous nonfiction title, elementary readers discover poisonous plants and dangerous animals from deserts around the world. Readers will be enthralled with its vivid images, informational text, and interesting facts about desert ecology and desert plants and animals, including sidewinder snakes, dingos, desert locusts, and barrel cacti.
What does swimming in a pool, drinking through a straw, breathing in air, and circulating blood all have in common? They all require a form of air or water pressure! Readers will discover the variety of ways that air and water pressure make an impact on our lives and the things in them. This fact-filled nonfiction title includes real-life examples and basic experiments to aid in the development of understanding physic and scientific concepts. Readers will be introduced to and learn about Archimedes Principle, atmospheric pressure, vacuums, water density, and hydraulics through the use of informational text and stimulating facts in conjunction with vivid images and helpful graphs and diagrams.
Some of the most powerful things in the world are so tiny they can't be seen with the naked eye! Readers will be amazed at what they see when they take a glance at the world of the mini but mighty in this stunningly fascinating nonfiction title that features remarkable images amd graphics, informational text, index, and glossary. Through these features, readers are able to explore and discover such micros as DNA, atoms, bacteria, phytoplankton, and nanotechnology items like nano-robots and microchips!
The Hands on Science series provides students with background on key concepts in Science. Each title includes engaging hands on exercises that bring the concepts to life for kids. Real World Science: Plants, provide information on the basic needs of plants, parts of plants that help them grow and thrive, and how plants reproduce.
By the time Superstorm Sandy had hit New York City on October 22, 2012, it had left a trail of death and destruction across the Caribbean and the eastern seaboard of the United States. Affecting 24 U.S. states, Sandy is the second-costliest superstorm in United States history. This informative book follows the timeline of the superstorm and features personal accounts by those who experienced the destruction in many New York City and New Jersey neighborhoods. Topics include: how Superstorm Sandy developed the response by state and federal relief agencies the effects on air travel, subway transit, electricity, and the New York Stock Exchange the recovery and rebuilding