Patterns are made up of shapes such as spots, stripes, circles, and triangles. This new book explains how patterns in nature help camouflage animals or scare predators away!
How does the bark of a tree feel? How is it different from a snake's skin? This engaging new book features close-up photos of different textures found in nature.
This entertaining new book shows examples in nature that correspond with each color in the rainbow. Children will also learn how to combine certain colors to make new colors.
Classification is one of the first skills that children need to learn. This fun book asks children to observe different creatures to see what makes them the same and different.
Stunning images and simple text take young readers on an incredible journey to the moon, Earth's closest neighbor in space. Readers learn about the moon's phases, features, and other amazing facts.
This exciting book teaches young readers about the sun, Earth's nearest star. Astounding photographs and simple text help kids understand the suns features and role in our solar system.
This exciting title takes kids on a journey to the planets in our solar system. Spectacular photographs reveal the unique characteristics of each planet and the order of the planets in our solar system.
Reach for the stars! This engaging book tells kids about the different kinds of stars, what stars are made of, and basic facts about constellations.
Most plants have roots, stems, and leaves. Whether they live in oceans, forests, or marshes, plants use these parts to make their own food. This easy-to-understand book introduces children to the basics of photosynthesis and food chains. It also looks at the different ways in which plants grow.
What kind of living thing is it? will turn young readers into nature detectives. This fascinating book explores what makes a living thing and how living things are grouped. This intriguing book asks children to look at particular characteristics and decide if certain living things are what they seem to be.
This wonderful new book explains in a simple way why people are living things. We need sunshine, air, water, and food. We grow and change. We need places to live. Young children will be amazed to learn that, as living things, they share many similarities with plants and animals.
How can children tell when something is living or non-living? In large photographs and easy text, this captivating book highlights the characteristics of living things and shows how they are all dependent on non-living things to stay alive.
Oceans cover three-quarters of the planet. This fascinating book shows how the world's five oceansPacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern, and Arcticare interconnected and why they are vitally important to the rest of Earth. Concise text, easy-to-read maps, and dazzling full-color photographs provide kids with an overview of these unique biomes.
Climate is the average weather in an area over many years. This timely book looks at weather patterns around the world, the factors influencing climate, such as ocean currents and jet streams, and how climate is changing today. Children will learn how people and other living things in different places on Earth are being affected by climate change and what we can do to help reduce the damage.