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Follow the balloon-making process from start to finish, beginning with the liquid latex that flows out of rubber trees and ending at your birthday party!
A fun-filled Southwestern spin on a famous fable flavored with repetition for preschoolers and puns for older children, this book is tasty reading for all! How did one weigh an elephant in ancient China? Based on a true story, discover how six-year-old Cao Chong outsmarted the prime minister’s most learned advisors by using buoyancy! One day Ming smells delicious food coming from Fu Wang’s house. To his alarm, Fu Wang demands all the neighbors pay him for the pleasant smells. The neighbors refuse and the case goes to court. The atmosphere is filled with clouds, all different types of clouds. Compare and contrast a variety of shapes and colors through the vibrant photographs in Clouds. Dinosaur tracks reveal a lot about the movement and other behaviors of the dinosaurs that left them—this book helps you decode these giant footprints. Follow what and how scientists have learned about dinosaurs: what they ate; how they raised their young; how they slept, fought, or even if they ever got sick.
A child decides to build a fort and Grandpa helps. Follow the completion of the fort using six simple machines: lever, pulley, inclined plane, wheel and axle, screw, and wedge. Influenced by Native American folktales, this story teaches the phases of the moon while emphasizing how to deal with bullies. A curious child, a shiny quartz crystal, and clever wordplay introduce young readers to the fascinating world of minerals. Using a wide variety of photographs, author Kevin Kurtz poses thought-provoking questions to help readers determine if things are living or nonliving.
With her magnets, Dena is a master magician. But when Enrique challenges her with a century-old treasure map, Dena’s magnetic compass leads her astray. What caused the shift and what does Dena learn from it? Soar into the Solar System to witness the first Favorite Planet Competition, emceed by none other than the former-ninth planet, now known as dwarf planet Pluto. The readers become the judges after the sun can’t pick a favorite and the meteors leave for a shower. Join a young boy and his dog as they explore Newton’s Laws of Motion on an educational outdoor adventure!
This touching story of a father and child’s nighttime excursion to watch a meteor shower is told through the eyes of a child in awe of the night world. Jeffrey wants Saturn for his birthday, and he wants the moons, too—all 47 of them. His dad better hurry with the order, though, because shipping might take a while. Go on a geometry naming adventure as all the Shape family relatives weigh in on the new baby’s name. Who will have the right angle? Freezing temperatures, scorching heat, and a storm bigger than planet Earth is just some of the wild weather you will encounter on your trip through our solar system! Get your fun facts along with your forecast for each major planet, as well as the weather on dwarf planet Pluto, and Saturn's moon Titan. Listen quietly as the animals of the African Savanna “talk” throughout the course of a day. Travel around the world to discover a wide variety of Earth’s geological features. Readers encounter plains, plateaus, and rolling hills and discover how streams make canyons or lava creates archipelagos. A town plagued by tornadoes needs help! Travis the tornado tamer comes into town with a plan. With tornado season on the horizon, will his invisible cover save their homes?
Little Woolly is swept downstream when glacial ice breaks. Now alone, the mammoth calf struggles to survive. She must find her way back to her herd. Will she get back?
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