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This book explores the concept of air, and why living things – i.e., animals, humans and plants – need it.
The Roaring 20s are in high gear, and so is skyscraper fever in New York City. People are fascinated by the plans to build the Empire State Building—the ...
People living in San Francisco during the 1920s and 1930s are fascinated by the project to build the Golden Gate Bridge—the world’s longest suspension bridge ...
You are living in ancient China, and the Great Wall is an important part of your life. Will you: Be a peasant forced to work on the first emperor’s wall? Be a ...
You live in a United States on the move in the 1860s. The government gives two railroad companies—the Central Pacific and Union Pacific—the job of building the ...
This book explores the concept of food, and why living things – i.e., animals, humans and plants – need it.
This book explores the concept of homes, and why living things – i.e., animals, humans and plants – need them.
This book explores the concept of light, and why living things – i.e., animals, humans and plants – need it.
Why recycle cardboard tubes, plastic bottles and jugs, craft sticks, and snack bags when you can reuse them yourself? These fun and informative science ...
This book explores the concept of water, and why living things – i.e., animals, humans and plants – need it.
Soar alongside one particular monarch butterfly, and discover why its migration is one of the world's most extraordinary. Realistic illustrations illuminate ...
Few migrations are as visually stunning as that of the Christmas Island crab. Crawl alongside one particular crab as it makes its way to the water's edge, and ...
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