Rivers are bodies of water that flow from high to lower places. They are found on every continent. Maps, diagrams, and exciting photographs help children learn where rivers begin and end, which rivers are the longest and deepest, and why these sources of water are so important to the living things on each continent.
Learn about the basic patterns of the Sun and Moon and what causes day and night.
Some storms bring powerful winds and rain. This book shows some amazing storms!
A level A Amicus Reader that compares and contrasts wet and dry places around the world, such as rain forests and deserts. Includes comprehension activity.
What make our planet so unique? Learn what Earth is made of and all about its unique conditions that sustain life. This book includes the history of Earth's evolving geography and life forms, and vocabulary related to the earth and its characteristics.
Lightning can strike trees and jump between clouds! Young readers will learn how lightning behaves, its relationship to thunder, and the ways to stay safe in its midst. Blastoff! Series
Farmers need just the right amount of rain for their fields. Too little or too much can destroy crops. This book explores our human need for rain and introduces floods, droughts, and the water cycle. Blastoff! Series