Students will learn about the fiercest predator in the ocean. From the biggest to the smallest, what adaptations sharks have made to remain on Earth for so long, scientific research and medicinal contributions the shark has made are all discussed, as well as their unique ability to hunt and survive.
This book teaches students about what a marsupial is, their gestation period, how they raise their young, and whether they are carnivores, omnivores, or herbivores.
With interesting facts and photographs, this book discusses how to classify organisms.
Photographs and text introduce animals that utilize camouflage, mimicry, and other curious techniques as defense mechanisms. These animals include skunks, porcupines, walking sticks, kingsnakes, and octopuses.
Engaging text describes animals that don't always do what the rest of their species does.
Describes the process of minting money.
The planets are highlighted in this book and answers questions such as distance between the planets, how many planets are really in our solar system, current and future travel plans, and who studies the planets.
This introduction to stars discusses the different kinds of stars, the Milky Way, and what stars are made of.
Clear definitions supported by every day examples and easy hands-on activities introduce young scientists to inclined planes.
Outer space and its characteristics are discussed and identified throughout this book. The most up to date information from current research is provided.