Presents information about South America’s spectacled bears, their forest habitats, and their distinctive fur patterns.
Presents information about the sun bears of Southeast Asia, their rain forest habitats, and their climbing skills.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes the types of mutations that can happen to animals and plants. Highlights how outside forces or random genetic mishaps can cause extra or missing limbs, color variations such as albinism, and other abnormalities.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes animals with amazing speed, strength, and senses. Explains how these adaptations benefit them as defenses against predators or as ways to find and capture prey.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes animals that drink the blood of other animals and even people. Explains how these “vampire” animals find their hosts and which ones usually spread diseases when they feed on human blood.
This photo-illustrated book for elementary readers describes animals that seem to take over the brains of other animals. Explains how parasites can alter their hosts' behaviors to use the host for their survival.
A child learns about domesticated elephants and then goes on a trip to Sri Lanka to view Asian elephants in the wild.
Tyson, Emma, and Paul build silly snowmen and play in the snow, while teaching each other how to correctly use question marks in a sentence.
Introduces rain forest plants and animals, such as orchids, jaguars, and snakes, while teaching the concept of counting to ten.
Introduces leaves, pumpkins, apples, and other fall season objects, while teaching the concept of counting to ten.