Gorillas

The way a gorilla moves is called knuckle-walking. This is because the animal puts pressure on its knuckles when it moves. Beginning readers will learn how gorillas “walk,”...

Alligators

Alligators often lurk in swampy waters. They poke their eyes, ears, and nostrils out of the water to sense prey. This book offers children an alligator encounter, bringing the...

Deer

Deer can run at speeds up to 40 miles per hour and can leap as high as 9 feet. In this introduction to deer, students will learn about the physical features of deer, where they...

Race Cars

Visit the racetrack in this book to see fast cars compete against each other. Race cars have powerful engines and fearless drivers. Zoom through this book and discover different...

Diggers

Diggers come in all sizes and can dig very deep holes. The biggest digger weighs more than one million pounds! Find out how the different parts of this machine work together to...

Hamsters

Hamsters are famous for running on their wheels. But what else do these furry pets like to do? In this title, beginning readers can learn all about the lives and care of these...

Ducks

Ducks lead semi-aquatic lives. They spend a lot of time in water, paddling with their webbed feet or dipping their heads below for food. Presenting basic information about ducks,...

The Philippines

An archipelago of over 7,100 islands in Southeast Asia, the Philippines sit near the Pacific Ring of Fire, an area often affected by earthquakes and volcanoes. With a long...

Chipmunks

Small and quick, chipmunks make their homes in burrows, trees, nests, and logs. In some countries, they are sold as pets! Eager readers will find out the physical characteristics...

Rabbits

A rabbit’s teeth never stop growing. A rabbit needs to continually eat and chew to wear them down! Kids will learn what rabbits look like, where they live, and what they need to...

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