Let's Visit the Ocean

The ocean is the largest biome on Earth. Animals live all over the ocean—from the sunlit surface layer down to the deep, dark ocean floor. But how do plants grow deep...

Light Helps Me See

Young readers will learn how light works and where it comes from in this accessible, photo-filled book. Vibrant photos give life to basic science concepts in the text and...

How Do Parachutes Work?

Parachutes can be used for emergency landings. But they can also be used for flying fun! Who packs a parachute? And how does its light fabric keep you afloat? Discover the answers...

How Do Helicopters Work?

Helicopters can take off from almost anywhere and change directions quickly. They can even hover. But how do they stay in the air? And how do pilots control these special...

What Is Touch?

A furry dog. A scaly lizard. Your sense of touch lets you feel these things and more. But how does your sense of touch work? And how does it help you? Read this book to find out!...

What's on My Plate? Choosing from the Five Food Groups

Eating a balanced diet is important. Healthy foods give you energy to learn and play. Do you know what the five food groups are? Or how much food from each group you need to stay...

The Energy We See A Look at Light

Light shines through your kitchen window. A campfire brightens the dark woods. You see light all around you. But where does most light come from? And how does it travel? Read this...

How I Pack My Lunch

What routine do you follow to pack a healthy lunch? See how this responsible student plans a meal.

Facial Features Freckles, Earlobes, Noses, and More

What facial features do you have? Freckles are a common feature. So are turned-up noses and unattached earlobes. What determines your facial features? Read this book to find out...

Endangered and Extinct Mammals

Asian elephants and Mexican long-nosed bats are two examples of endangered mammals. Few of them exist in the wild. Other mammals have already gone extinct. What hurts these...

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