Dolphins are some of the world’s smartest animals! This fact-filled title explores the intelligence of these smart swimmers through leveled text and engaging photos. Readers will discover why dolphins are smart, how they use their intelligence, and how humans study them. Along the way, special features such as a brain comparison chart, a skills graphic, a profile, and a scientific study offer even more information.
Named for their striking color, blue sharks ride open-ocean currents looking for their next meal. Giant eyes give these hunters an advantage as they follow schools of fish! Young readers will migrate the oceans alongside blue sharks to discover the purpose of the sharks’ body parts and behaviors. Features including a size comparison and a species profile allow readers to dive deeper into the world of blue sharks!
A beluga whale swims among the floating ice of the Arctic Ocean. Its white skin helps it hide! Readers will explore this adaptation and others in this low-level title about how beluga whales survive in the Arctic biome. Engaging text and photos draw readers in, while a special adaptations graphic, profile, and diet feature showcase what helps beluga whales thrive!
Angel sharks glide along the sea bottom using their flat, winglike fins. When they find the right spot, they wiggle under the sand to wait for their next meal to swim by! In this book, young readers will explore the world of angel sharks, their physical features, and their behaviors through leveled text and fun photos. A range map, size comparison, diet feature, and more provide visual support to this fact-filled book.
A baby whale narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat, and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development.
A baby sea lion narrates the story of its life, describing how physical features, diet, habitat, and familial relationships play a role in its growth and development.
Shells come in so many beautiful patterns, shapes, and textures, but they can have surprising uses!
This search-and-find book invites young readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about a sea otter’s arctic habitat, body parts, and behaviors.
Introduces readers to the lives of sharks. Simple text and colorful spreads make this book a perfect starting point for early readers.
Introduces readers to the lives of dolphins. Simple text and colorful spreads make this book a perfect starting point for early readers.
The My Dinosaur Adventure series introduces early readers to the coolest creatures in history. In this book, meet a Mosasaurus and learn about how they ruled the water. Through simple sentences, early readers will develop word recognition and improve their reading skills. Includes a table of contents, glossary, index, and author biography.
Sharks hunt the oceans. They are always looking for food. But, what makes a shark, a shark? Find out the differences in fish with this title. Must know science concept.
Earth was a lot different when dinosaurs were around. The worlds oceans were also ruled by large predators and they left us important clues. Find out how scientists use these clues to learn what kinds of sea monsters lived and what they might have looked like.
Ocean animals often swim in groups. Groups of animals have names created over our history.
Vibrant photographs and descriptive text guide readers on an underwater journey through coastal waters to explore coral reefs. Home to more than one million kinds of plants, fish, and other ocean life, readers will discover how living things meet their needs for shelter, food, and more in this dynamic ecosystem.
From croaking frogs and quacking ducks to floating lily pads and buzzing dragonflies, ponds are bursting with life. Dynamic photographs and descriptive text help budding young scientists discover the plants and animals that live in these freshwater ecosystems.
Tide pools form from water left on rocky shores when the tide withdraws. From seaweed and sea snails to shore crabs and seabirds, readers will discover some of the plants and animals that live in and around these ever-changing ecosystems.
Dylan lives on a remote island in the Pacific Northwest with his parents, but when they have to go to the mainland, his grandfather weathers a storm to come spend time with him. Grandpa’s brought Dylan a number of gifts, and one comes in handy the next day while they are exploring the coast. In fact, this gift leads the duo to a dangerous discovery: a young orca got stuck on the rocks during the storm. Racing against the sun and the heat, Dylan and Grandpa need to work together to figure out how to save the calf while his pod circles nearby.
Learn all about these super cute baby animals. This level 2 reader features adorable photographs and informative text for beginning readers.
Who lives in a nest? Read all about animals who live in nests in this Discover Reading Beginning Reader. Birds, snakes, turtles and more all live in nests. With manageable sentences children just beginning to read, this Discover Reading title is informative nonfiction for beginning readers.
Learn all about turtles and tortoises in this nonfiction reader. Students will develop vocabulary and understanding of the life cycle of turtles and tortoises and learn the difference between the two types of animals.
Learn all about alligators and crocodiles in this nonfiction reader. Students will develop vocabulary and understanding of the species and their characteristics.
Discover mammals in this beginning reader. They're furry! They have cute babies! They're mammals! Beginning readers will learn all about mammals in this short, leveled reader.
Discover crabs in this beginning reader. Let's head down to the beach and learn about crabs. Some crabs are big. Some are little. They all have hard outer shells. Beginning readers will learn all about crabs in this short, leveled reader.
Amazing animals live in the ocean! Read all about ocean animals in this Discover Reading Beginning Reader. Fish, coral, sharks and more are featured in manageable sentences for kindergarten, first, and second graders.