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...

Sharks

Sharks are known as nature’s fiercest ocean predators. Wherever they are, danger is lurking! This book introduces children to the characteristics and hunting methods of sharks.

Beetles

With estimates between 5 and 8 million, beetles have more species than any other insect. Beetles can live in almost all habitats, using their strong jaws, legs, and other body...

Sidewinders

Sidewinders leave J-shaped tracks when they slither through the deserts of the Southwestern United States and Northwestern Mexico. Students will learn why sidewinders leave such...

Pythons

Pythons can measure up to 30 feet long! Students will explore how pythons look, the environments in which they live, how they use senses to track prey, and how they can swallow...

Anacondas

Weighing in at more than 400 pounds, anacondas are the world’s heaviest snakes! This book explores how these massive creatures look, where they live, and the way they stalk prey.

Angelfish

Angelfish are colorful ocean creatures known for their vibrant beauty. This book introduces young readers to the attractive appearance of angelfish and explains where angelfish...

Puffer Fish

Did you know that a puffer fish inflates into a ball when it senses danger? It uses size to intimidate predators. This book introduces children to the appearance, eating habits,...

Walruses

Tusks are long teeth that never stop growing. Walruses use tusks to pull themselves out of the water and onto ice. Young readers will learn how walruses look, act, and swim.

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