Explores the similarities between hares and rabbits, and how to tell them apart. Discover how traits like ear shape, leg size, and habitat can be used to identify these furry creatures. Additional features include a side-by-side comparison of the animals, an activity encouraging readers to demonstrate their knowledge, a phonetic glossary, sources for further reading, an introduction to the author, and an index.
Engage readers with stories of animals in summer. Readers are introduced to multiple different animals in summer, which are enjoying the flowers and fruits of the season and adjusting to the warmer weather. Additional features include a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, an index, an introduction to the author, and sources for further research. A kid-friendly project inspires creativity and hands-on fun.
Learn all about traits and how they make you who you are! Discover how shared traits make offspring look like their parents. While members of the same species may look alike because of their common traits, they have unique traits so that each one is slightly different from the rest. The colorful images and easy-to-read text in this science reader will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding of traits. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Follow along and see how different kinds of baby animals grow and change! All animals start as babies. Even though they all look very different, they all have the same basic needs to grow up. Learn about baby penguins, kittens, blue whales, pandas, frogs, snakes, and more! The colorful images of adorable baby animals and easy-to-read text in this science reader will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Learn how animal parents raise their babies! These parents protect, play with, and teach their young so that their babies can grow big and strong. Animal parents feed and bathe their babies and keep them safe. The charming images of animal families and easy-to-read text in this science reader will keep students engaged from cover to cover. This reader also includes instructions for an engaging science activity and practice problems to further students' understanding. A helpful glossary and index are also included for additional support.
Poodles are a very popular breed of dog. Through the use of detailed illustrations, photographs, and text, this book gives children advice on how to care for these attractive and friendly dogs. Poodles fully explains training and grooming requirements specific to this breed. Children will also learn about the temperament of the breed, how to groom a poodle properly, and how much exercise a poodle needs.
Although guinea pigs are roly-poly, they aren't actually pigs! These cute rodents make great pets for children who like to interact with animals. The full-color photographs, clear illustrations, and easy-to-understand text in Guinea Pigs explain all the breeds available, preparing a comfortable home, play-time tips, grooming fur and teeth, the sounds guinea pigs make, and when to visit a veterinarian.
Gerbils may be small, but they're very active! In Gerbils readers will discover the many responsibilities and delights of having a pet gerbil. They will learn about the different kinds of gerbils, what gerbils should eat, creating a great cage, grooming for healthy gerbils, proper handling, and caring for multiple gerbils.
Cows like to stare, chew, and moo. Cows like to do many things around the farm.
Danny loves to look at the birds in his backyard. He is an ornithologist - a scientist that studies birds.
A zoo contains a collection of wild animals for display, conservation, and study. Let's find out which animals live at the zoo.
A robin in Danny's yard makes a nest, lays eggs, and starts a family. Read along to learn more about robins.
Danny sees a little raccoon in his yard. Danny is curious and follows the raccoon to see where it goes.
In the wild, penguins are only found in the southern hemisphere. Read more about penguins at the zoo.
Chickens like to do many things around the farm. They like to strut, lay eggs, and cluck.
Danny is at the farm. Danny goes outside to look for Lucky the Pony. He is surprised by the different things the pony can do.
Danny and Bee are playing outside when they come across a black and white cat. Uh oh! That is not a cat! Danny and Bee learn the hard way to stay away from skunks!
On a farm, cats have many different hiding places. Can you find all of the cats hiding on the farm?
Goats are the greatest farm animal of all time! Learn about goats on the farm.
Horses come in many different colors. Read about horses at the farm.
Danny finds stink bugs all over his house and is ready for them to "Get out!"
Danny watches with amazement as a caterpillar transforms into a beautiful butterfly.
Danny enjoys spending time outside with nature and exploring his yard. What animals does he see in his yard?
A young boy notices the life in the forest as he waits for one special creature. Readers will enjoy predicting the final animal to make an appearance.
Repetitive text and rich illustrations will help readers build fluency and recognize action words as they take a trip around the zoo.