Brazil

Brazil is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest and most populated country in the world. The Amazon Rainforest in Brazil has the greatest biological diversity...

Copperheads

Living in parts of the Eastern United States, copperheads are named after the orange-brown color of their bodies. Students will learn about the diet, habitats, and physical...

Japan

Japan is a nation made up of many islands in the western Pacific Ocean. Over 100 million people live in this small nation of islands. Many live in the countryside, but millions...

Sponges

Sponges can be almost any color and look like tubes, fans, vases, cups, or barrels. Most sponges stay in one place all their lives! Float along with a diversity of sponges and...

Cobras

With threatening hoods and fangs full of venom, cobras are powerful predators able to paralyze their prey and swallow it whole. Find out how cobras look, where cobras live, and...

Rattlesnakes

Constantly growing, rattlesnakes are often shedding their skin and gaining new rattles on their tail. Discover what these noisy creatures look like, the places they dwell, and how...

Puppies

Puppies are born with a fully developed sense of smell. Get a first look at how these lovable household pets grow up, eat, and play.

Cottonmouths

Cottonmouths are named after the white color inside of their mouths. They open their mouths wide to threaten predators that get too close! Readers will discover where cottonmouths...

Ireland

A country of open fields, Ireland is known for its agriculture. It is also known for its unique step dancing and St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. This book teaches children about...

Mambas

Reaching speeds of up to 12 miles per hour, mambas are considered the world’s fastest snakes. Readers will see what mambas look like, where they call home, and why they are one...

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