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Living things need shelter. From ants to plants, without shelter they would not be alive. Young readers will discover the homes of living things.
We all have different homes, but everybody needs a place to live! How Are We Alike and Different? Find out in My Home, Your Home, Our Homes.
Step inside homes all over the world. What makes them the same as yours? What makes them different? ...
Homes keep us safe from the environment, give us a place to sleep, and give us a place to gather with friends and family. With simple, rhyming text and vibrant ...
This book looks at the rich diversity of homes around the world. Through simple text and stunning photographs, it introduces children to similarities found in ...
American Indians cut blocks of snow to build igloos. Learn all about igloos, including the tools used to build them and the people who called them home.
American Indians used wood, bark, and other materials to build longhouses. Learn all about longhouses, including the tools used to build them and the people ...
Some American Indians used wood planks, poles, and beams to build plank houses. Learn all about plank houses, including the tools used to build them and the ...
American Indians used buffalo skins and other materials to build tepees. Learn all about tepees, including the tools used to build them and the people who ...
Some homes are large, and others are small. Take a look at homes in my world! ...
This book takes a simple look at homes in the past, highlighting the diversity of homes that people lived in around the world at different times. Homes ...
This book takes a simple look at rural homes around the world, highlighting the diversity of homes that people live in. Homes featured include traditional ...
Each book in this series examines a key utility used by the average household. This book looks at heating, and examines what it is, how heaters and radiators ...
Becoming a big brother is an exciting time full of smiles, smells, hugs, and kisses.
Becoming a big sister is an exciting time full of smiles, smells, hugs, and kisses.
Henry is a good helper! He can even help with his new baby sister.
This book explores the science behind homes. It looks at topics such as building materials, electricity, water and the machines that help us in the home e.g.
Shelter is essential for all living beings, and forms of dwellings have changed over time depending on needs and available materials. Read about the evolution ...
Read Moving to learn all about what to expect from a move across the street or across the country.
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