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Who's that digging in the desert sand? It's an armadillo! Look inside to find out why armadillos dig.
Camels are experts at surviving in harsh heat. Find out how camels live in the desert.
Kangaroos don’t run. They hop! Discover what else these animals do in the desert.
A small reptile scurries across a rock under the hot sun. It's a lizard! Learn more about these desert animals.
Books in this series focus on a variety of desert animals. Readers learn basic facts about each animal through colorful photos and simple, informative text.
Ostriches can't fly, but they can run! Learn about how these birds survive in their desert home.
Careful! Scorpions sting. Find out where and how scorpions live.
This cute and interesting book about cats teaches readers about animal classification.
This fun book about competitive eating contests teaches readers about the digestive system.
Core science topics are discussed through high-interest narratives in this engaging life science series! Each book takes a topic in the curriculum and explains ...
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Take a look at major developments and inventions that cause controversy and concern in the public and scientific establishment. Explore the pros and cons of ...
What is an invasive species? What sort of problems can they cause? Once invaded, is it ever possible to get rid of the invader? How do these plants and animals ...
This addition to the Sci-Hi series looks at scientists who have made major advances and affected the way we live. Scientists include both men and women, ...
This addition to the Sci-Hi series looks at scientists who have made major advances and affected the way we live - men and women, historical and modern, and ...
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