Follow along as a fictional researcher observes and makes journal entries about their field trip through North America's Great Lakes ecosystem. Outstanding photographs highlight the animals, plants, and people that inhabit the world's largest group of freshwater lakes. Simple graphs show facts about the lakes, and the final report describes efforts being made to preserve them.
Follow along as a fictional researcher observes and makes journal entries about their field trip down the Mississippi River ecosystem. Outstanding photographs highlight the animals, plants, and people that inhabit one of the world's major river systems. Simple graphs show facts about the river, and the final report describes efforts being made to preserve it.
Follow along as a researcher observes and makes journal entries about their field trip through the Rocky Mountains ecosystem. Outstanding photographs highlight the animals, plants, and people that inhabit the mountains that stretch down along the west coasts of Canada and the United States. Simple graphs show how much the mountain range has changed, and the final report describes efforts being made to preserve it.
Follow along as a fictional researcher observes and makes journal entries about their field trip through the Serengeti ecosystem in Africa. Outstanding photographs highlight the animals, plants, and people that inhabit this diverse habitat where the world's largest land mammal migration takes place. Simple graphs show facts about the land, and the final report describes efforts being made to preserve the area.
Follow along as a researcher observes and makes journal entries about their field trip through the Sonoran Desert ecosystem. Outstanding photographs highlight the animals, plants, and people that inhabit this hot desert that straddles the United States and Mexico. Simple graphs show how much the desert has changed, and the final report describes efforts being made to preserve it.
This beautiful book gives readers core information about subtropical, polar, coastal, and rain shadow desert biomes. Find out where each kind is found, how animals and plants have adapted to lack of rain, who lives in these deserts, and how humans impact life there.
This gorgeous book gives readers core information about forests in the taiga, tropical and temperate rainforests, and deciduous forest biomes. Find out where each kind is found, how animals and plants have adapted to life among the trees, who lives in these forests, and how humans impact life there.
The grasslands of Africa are home to some of the most interesting plants and animals in the world. A Savanna Habitat uses beautiful photographs, detailed illustrations, and clear language to teach young readers all about this amazing habitat. This book teaches children about the small and huge animals that graze on the grasses, the carnivores found in the savanna and how they hunt, and how animals find food, water, and shelter on the savanna.
Featuring stunning photographs, beautiful illustrations, and detailed text, Rainforest Food Chains examines the delicate balance of life maintained in lush Southeast Asian tropical rain forests. Children will learn how the plants and animals in a rain forest rely on one another to survive. Highlights include rainforest photosynthesis, how rainforest plants and animals have adapted to survive, and the dangers to rain forests and their inhabitants.
An Arctic Habitat provides children with an introduction to this cold, vast region. Easy-to-read text and colorful photographs help children learn about this unique habitat and how the plants and animals have adapted to the harsh environment. Young readers will learn about the characteristics of both land and water habitats in the Arctic, the plants and animals that live in the Arctic, and how animals find food and shelter in the Arctic.
Summer is the warmest season with the most hours of daylight. Readers will learn these and other sunsational facts about summer! Detailed, full-color photographs and engaging text-dependent questions will captivate the interest of young readers.
Rhymes talk about water and the many forms it takes in oceans, rivers, lakes, ponds, wetlandseven in the bodies of living things! Children will love the pictures that accompany the fun rhyming verses! Rivers flow from high ground to low. They carry fresh water as they go. The source of a river is where it begins. The mouth of a river is where it ends. Rivers meander in curves and bends.
Calendar Math provides an ideal introduction to measuring time. From the days of the week to months of the year, readers will learn the different ways a calendar measures time. Vivid, full-color images and entertaining narrative text model concepts such as patterning, comparing and contrasting, and solving simple problems.
From bone-chilling temperatures to sweltering heat, plants are found in the harshest habitats. This fact-filled title explains how plants grow in habitats that are best suited to their structures. Readers will discover the unique features that help plants meet their needs in diverse habitats around the world.
Why is fall the most appropriately named season? Readers will learn the answer to this question and much more in this captivating new title. From cooler temperatures and fewer daylight hours to colorful leaves and warmer clothing, readers will discover the many signs of the fall season.
Warmer temperatures, budding plants, and baby animals are just some of the signs that spring is in the air! This informative new title examines the unique characteristics of spring and the changes the season brings.
Engaging photographs and informative text combine to support readers as they discover the wonders of winter! Readers learn about the characteristics of the winter season and its effects on weather, plants, animals, and people.
Rocks and minerals make up the foundation of our world. Relatable examples and accessible text combine to introduce young readers to these vital resources and explain how their actions can help preserve them.
From the foods we eat to the flowers we grow, soil is an important natural resource in the growing cycle of plants. This informative title explains how soil is made and shares simple steps with readers on how to protect this often overlooked resource.
Spotlight on South Korea introduces children to the country of South Korea in Asia whose nearest neighbors are China, Japan, and North Korea. South Korea is mostly mountainous, and there are about 3,000 islands off its coasts. Most South Koreans have moved from the countryside to the cities, especially to its capital Seoul, the country's largest city. Young readers will learn about South Korea's history, the daily life of Koreans, as well as about Korean festivals and culture.
Water Habitats features breathtaking photographs, detailed illustrations, and text that is easy to read, yet comprehensive. Young readers will enjoy learning about the different types of water habitats, including oceans, lakes, rivers, and swamps. This book also discusses the differences between saltwater habitats and freshwater habitats, the plant and animal life in each water habitat, and how animals find food and protect themselves.
This informative book looks at how different mountains are formed and where they are found on Earth. Maps, diagrams, and exciting photographs help young readers locate the biggest and longest mountain ranges on each continent. Children will also gain an understanding of the adaptations made by the animals and people who live on or near mountains.
The desert is a habitat of extreme climate that provides plants and animals with unique survival challenges. A Desert Habitat provides an introduction to one of the worlds most fascinating desert habitats: the Sonoran Desert. More plants and animals live in the Sonoran Desert than in any other desert on Earth. A Desert Habitat uses simple language and large, full-color images to teach children about the weather in the Sonoran Desert, how Sonoran Desert plants perform photosynthesis, and how animals find food, keep cool, and stay alive.
A Rainforest Habitat introduces children to the huge trees, colorful flowers, and other plants in South American tropical rain forests. This fascinating book also outlines the insects, amphibians, mammals, and other animals that live there. Captivating photographs and easy-to-follow text help young readers understand the climate in a rainforest, the different plants and animals in a rainforest, and how animals find food and shelter in rainforests.
Children will learn about endemic animals, which can only be found on certain islands. The amazing photographs show the land and water habitats of islands such as Galapagos, Madagascar, Sumatra and Borneo, Komodo, Catalina, and more. Cute baby tortoises, lemurs, orangutans, tigers, Komodo dragons, and island foxes are just of a few of the animals featured. Young readers will learn about food chains and how babies hatch or are born, and how they grow with or without the help of animal mothers.