It's brown, hard, and hairy. But who does this poo belong to? Take a walk through the trees and learn all about forest animals from the poo they leave behind--just watch your step!
Do you smell that? Did you step in something? Eww, that's poo! Watch your step as you take a journey through the jungle to learn all about poo and the animals who make it!
Splat! A farm animal just took a poo. But can you figure out who? Use the clues left behind by an animals behind to learn all about animals on the farm.
Hippos use their tails to fling it around and a giraffe's drops more than five feet before splatting on the ground. What are we talking about? Poo on the savannah! Follow along to learn all about the animals that make it and the habitat they live in.
Sloth mothers give birth while hanging from trees! The baby sloth grabs the hair on its mother's belly and hangs on tight for the next few months. Follow along as the baby sloth grows!
A baby llama's long ears are shaped like bananas! The born llama snuggles with its mom. Follow along as it stands, eats, and walks for the first time! Then, see the baby llama grows.
A baby horse is born with legs almost as long as an adult horse! Join along as the baby horse takes its first steps, eats its first meal, and more!
A baby goat is called a kid. It can stand minutes after it is born! Follow along as this little kid learns and grows from a baby goat into an adult.
A baby giraffe enters this world by falling more than five feet to the ground. But these little guys can take it! Follow along as a baby giraffe takes its first steps, eats its first meal, and more!
A baby dog is born blind and won't open it's eyes until after about ten days! Learn more about how baby puppies grow.
Reaching speeds over 40 miles per hour, thoroughbred horses love to show off their talents on the track! These horses are designed to run, with wide chests, muscular bodies, and long, strong legs. In this leveled title, young readers will learn about the breed’s appearance, history, and strengths. A size comparison chart, coat pattern feature, highlight even more about this popular hose breed.
Their name and appearance may send chills down your spine, but thorny devils are far from fearsome! Their dangerous looks are one of the many adaptations highlighted on the pages of this beginning reader. Adding even more interest and fun are features showing off the reptile’s home range, diet, and more!
Whether they’re scrambling up trees or scampering across lawns, squirrels are fun animals to watch! Beginning readers can learn about these furry backyard visitors through low-level text and bright photos in this engaging title. Features such as body part labels and food photos support young students as they practice independent reading.
A snowy owl silently glides to an open tree branch. It waits and listens for prey to come near. Then, it swoops down to grab its next meal! In this low-level text, readers will discover how these birds thrive in the Arctic biome. Engaging text and a special graphic explore the snowy owl’s adaptations, while a profile and diet feature provide even more information about snowy owls. Readers will be impressed by the survival skills of these silent hunters!
A sloth makes its way across a branch. Time for a nap! These slow creatures do not travel very far. But they thrive in their rain forest home! In this fun title, readers will explore the physical and behavioral adaptations that help sloths survive. Leveled text and colorful photos accompany readers on the journey, and special features detailing range, unique adaptations, and diet help highlight key facts about these slow rain forest animals!
As the sun beats down on the sand, sand cats make their way into burrows where they wait out the hot desert day. At night, they pounce on nearby rodents! This leveled reader highlights the sand cat’s adaptations for their desert home. A range map, adaptation feature, diet graphic, and more reinforce the fascinating facts found throughout the text.
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.
Rats are cute critters and popular pets. They are also among the world’s smartest animals! Using engaging text and vibrant photos, this informative title explores what makes rats intelligent, from their excellent memories to their great social skills. Added features, including a brain comparison chart, a skills graphic, a profile, and a scientific study, offer even more information about brainiac rats!
Raccoons are comfortable deep in the forest or in the big city! These clever creatures find ways to adapt to any environment. This beginning title introduces raccoons to young students with easy, predictable text and crisp, supportive photos. Simple, photo-focused features such as a diagram and food graphics support students new to independent reading.
What is that hopping through the backyard? It’s a rabbit! Beginning readers can learn basic facts about these big-eared visitors through simple, predictable text and colorful photos in this low-level title. A diagram of the animal and photo bubbles support the text to aid in comprehension for young students just starting to read on their own.
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!
Macaws are among the most vibrant birds in the rain forest! Their colors help them blend in among bright fruits and flowers. In this low-level text, readers will explore how macaws’ bodies and behaviors equip them to survive in their environment. Labeled photos help illustrate the text, and special features show off the range, adaptations, and diet of these bright birds. This colorful book will help beginning readers soar!
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!
Howler monkeys are loud! Their calls help them stand out in the noisy rain forest. This adaptation is one of many described in this fun title for beginning readers. Leveled text describes how howler monkeys survive the forest and colorful photos show them in action. A range map, an adaptation graphic, and a diet feature further explore these loud animals. This fun title will have readers howling with excitement!