This book explores how animals can protect and help each other in peculiar ways.
Jake and Lucy are at the park. They hear some hungry baby birds. Who is going to feed the birds and where is their mother? Paired to the nonfiction title What Do Birds Eat?.
Amy and Tiffany are having a picnic. However, ants keep ruining their lunch. Where can they go to eat their food? Paired to the nonfiction title Amazing Ants.
The boy wants a pet. The animals he sees are too big or too scary. Will he ever find the perfect animal? Paired to the nonfiction title Pets Around the World.
Iguanas live in warm places. An iguana’s skin color helps it hide from predators. Reptiles have tails. An iguana’s tail breaks off if it is grabbed by a predator. It grows back right away. Learn all about these dinosaur-looking reptiles.
Snakes are reptiles. They are cold-blooded. They burrow underground to make their bodies warm. A snake’s skin does not grow with its body. Snakes shed their skin as they grow. Learn all about these wriggly reptiles.
Turtles are reptiles. Turtles need heat from the environment to make their bodies warm. Turtles spend most of their time in the water. They make nests on land to lay their eggs. Learn all about these slow-moving reptiles.
Crocodiles are the largest reptiles on Earth. They live in warm places. Crocodiles don’t sweat. They open their mouths to cool off, like a panting dog. And they don't sweat. Learn all about these amazing and scary-looking reptiles.
Little Worm realizes the difference between needing something and wanting something.
Some animals have some unique ways of keeping safe from predators by using defense mechanisms in the way they smell or the scents they give off.
Animals keep track of their young and other members of their family by using different sounds. Students will learn all about the unusual ways animals communicate with each other.
This title is a wonderful way of exploring why animals live where they do and they reasons for why they do it.
This title will allow students to understand how and why certain animals choose certain foods and why.
This title looks at the way weather and camouglage helps keep animals stay safe against predators by changing color or blending in with their surroundings in some pretty strange ways.
This title will allow students to understand the reasons animals migrate, or move, in order to find food or stay safe.
This title explores the reasons why different animals sleep in different places in order to stay safe or keep warm.
Animals hide for many reasons. To hide from predators, or to stay safe from frigid weather. Learn all about the ways animals hide.
Readers will learn how search and rescue animals are used around the world in many dangerous situations.
Readers will learn how adopting a dog from a rescue or shelter helps save the life of an unwanted, abandoned, or neglected animal.
Readers will learn about the people who make sure all animals have the required nutrition and exercise needed to maintain a healthy existence, and people who raise and take care of animals that have been abandoned, neglected, or abused.
Readers will learn how these animals are trained with the skills needed to save lives and maintain the safety of their human companions.
Readers will learn how animals are reintroduced into their natural-world setting that they might have never known.
Readers will learn how adopting a cat from a rescue or shelter helps save the life of an unwanted, abandoned, or neglected animal.
En este libro se explica para qué le sirve a distintas especies animales el tener en sus cuerpos arrugas, verrugas y colgajos.
Pouches, pads, or plumes adorn animals for many reasons. Explanations for these incredible body parts are provided for the young reader.