Fact to Fiction Get the facts: The sea is a dangerous place. There are sharks, of course, but the real dangers are much smaller. Like a killer octopus the size of a golf ball. And it's not just animals: There are pirates and giant waves that can break boats in two. Fiction: Then read Shark Attack!-a great diving story about what to do when a shark is after you and it can really smell your blood.
Find out which type of shark you most do not want to meet in the water and where to poke a shark if you're attacked. In Swimming with Sharks, readers learn not to bleed when there are sharks around.
Which octopus has floppy ears? How do you spot a see-through squid? Which creature stands without moving for sixty days - outside - and in winter? Are you hungry? How about 3000 ants for breakfast? And again for lunch. Welcome to the world of weird creatures. Then read a scary story about a creature that refuses to die - Is It Alive?
Explores the world of a river otter as she goes from total dependence on a loving mother to becoming a playful member of the community.
Uses a story about a boy's visit to Florida to describe the physical characteristics, behavior, and survival techniques of the American alligator.
Uses a story about a shark fishing adventure to describe the physical characteristics, behavior, and survival techniques of different kinds of sharks.
Explores the world of a sea otter as he goes from total dependence on his mother to becoming a playful member of the community.
Little Fish learns to jump over the rocks so she can follow Old One, who has come to lead the rainbow trout to warmer waters before the river freezes.
Provides factual information about the natural history of the Florida manatee through the fictional story of a young manatee named Dudley.
This book is about Jason who wants to be a research scientist someday. He is studying dolphins with his uncle in the Florida Keys and wants to write a story based on his experiences.
Oceanography is the study of the ocean's composition, movements, and organisms. Reading Essentials in Science.
This book is an introduction to biomes and ecosystems and provides background for the in-depth discussion of the ocean biome. Reading Essentials in Science.
Snails, oysters, scallops, and octopuses are among the typically shelled, soft-bodied invertebrates knows as mollusks. Reading Essentials in Science.
This book describes the physical characteristics common to all fish and highlights the differences among various species. Reading Essentials in Science.
This book introduces the various types of environments in an ocean and along an ocean's shore, including rocky cliffs where hardy plants grow and the underwater communities of the coral reefs. Reading Essentials in Science.