Baby Chickens Blastoff! Readers: Level 1

They cluck, chirp, and hop. They’re baby chicks! These down-covered, yellow babies work hard  to break out of their eggs at hatching time. Then they learn all they need to know...

Baby Hippos Blastoff! Readers: Level 1

Baby hippos are as cute as a button, but they’re far from that small size. These newborns enter the world nearly ten times larger than a human baby!But much like humans, these...

Red Pandas

A close relative of the giant panda, these dwarfed mammals claim forest habitat as home. Red pandas have an extended wrist bone that acts like a thumb, helping them climb trees...

Sloths

As the world’s slowest mammal, it is no surprise algae grow on a sloth’s furry coat. These sedentary animals rarely come down from their beds in the branches. Built for the...

Baby Hedgehogs Blastoff! Readers: Level 1

Baby hedgehogs, or hoglets, weigh in at just one tenth of a pound when born. When they curl up, these babies can fit into a tiny doughnut hole! Scurry along in this beginner book...

Baby Koalas Blastoff! Readers: Level 1

Born the size of a jellybean, baby koalas are helpless. They must navigate themselves to their mother’s pouch after birth, where they will spend the next six months fluffing up...

Cranes

Shake your tail feathers! Cranes bow, leap, and sway in their ritualistic courtship. The contagious act of dancing also helps cranes to develop social and physical skills. Join in...

Baby Kangaroos Blastoff! Readers: Level 1

When joeys are born, they are only the size of a grape! They grow comfortably in mom’s pouch until it’s time to peek out at the world. As part of a mob, joeys learn to play,...

Komodo Dragons

These real-life dragons can’t breathe fire, but they are still impressive. Komodo dragons are the heaviest lizards on Earth and take down deer and water buffalo! Learn more...

Moose Blastoff! Readers: Level 3

As the largest member of the deer family, the nimbleness of these mammals is impressive. A male’s threatening antlers can span well over six feet in length. Find out more...

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