Introduces Young Readers To The Importance Of Air For Breathing, How It Can Move Things, And Its Effect On The Weather.
This Level 1 book, reillustrated with O'Brien's clever, eye-catching illustrations, tells students how to discover the air that's all around them
This title for young readers describes the cycles of day and night.
During the day, the sun shines, birds tweet, and bees buzz. Earth is awake! But what happens at night? The moon -- and a whole new group of animals come out to play!
Explores Where Dirt Can Be Found, How It Is Made, And Why It Is Important.
Emergent readers explore basic plants parts and what plants need to grow.
From boulders to buildings, from mountains to caves, smooth or jagged, rocks are all around us. With the help of a genuine rock-loving guide, young readers will enjoy sorting out all the different kinds of rocks, where they are found and how we use them.
Mountains are made of it. Buildings can be too. Read more to find out the facts on rocks.
Discover all the cool things you can see in the night sky! Learn all about telescopes and how they help us see the moon and stars up close. The vibrant images in this book keep students engaged and excited about astronomy. Easy-to-read text helps...
Plants grow in it. Animals live in it. Read more to find out the facts on soil.
What is dust?More than you think. What can it do? You will be surprised. Dust may seem small, dark, dirty, and dull. But it's the secret behind one of the largest, most colorfulsights on earth.
This title for young readers describes the cycles of the night sky.