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We can see light. We know it makes plants grow. Light pours from the sun and from glowing light bulbs. But we can't touch it, or hold it. What is light? Learn ...
A trip to the beach presents the perfect opportunity for Curious Pearl to spread some science knowledge. The sun is shining brightly, and when her friends ...
One of the best things about a rainy day is the possibility of seeing a rainbow, but there's more to rainbows than meets the eye! Simple text introduces ...
The United States has some of the most unique, amazing landforms in the world. Learn about some of its most notable landforms from sea to shining sea.
Simple text and bright photographs explain the concept of light for beginning readers. The book concludes with a simple, kid-friendly activity.
Simple text and full-color photographs describe Earth.
Journey to places where it can get very hot. In this book, you'll learn more about citites that are very hot and what causes this extreme weather.
Lift off to space! The moon, the planets, the stars, and more make up our amazing universe. Learn all about the science of space and space travel.
The Land of Oz is full of colors roads are yellow and monkeys are blue! Let Dorothy, Toto, Tin Man, and Scarecrow explore all of the colors with you! ...
Colors shine all around you! Mixing colors makes a new hue.
This book uses a selection of fun true or false questions to get readers thinking all about colors. Readers turn the page to reveal the answer to each question ...
In graphic novel format, text and illustrations explain how Earth's movement causes day, night, and changes in the seasons.
This book explains the conditions that allow life to flourish on Earth, and the possibility of finding life on other planets.
Sing a song of science! You know the song Home on the Range. Sing along with new words that explain the basic materials that make up our planet.
Earth is the only planet known to support life. It has plenty of water, it's the right temperature, and it has a blanket of gases to protect it. Explore your ...
Introduces some common objects that are brown in color including grocery bags, footballs, and teddy bears.
Introduces some common objects that are purple in color including jelly, cabbage, and flowers.
Introduces some common objects that are yellow in color including mustard, lemons and hard hats.
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