Simple text explains the life cycle of the tomato from seed to harvest and discusses the versatile tomato's many uses.
Shows what plants need to live and grow; tells why people and animals need plants in order to survive.
Teaches that wind, water, and sunlight are powerful forces that affect both living and nonliving things.
Shows that the remains of prehistoric plants and animals can help us understand what Earth may once have looked like.
Teaches the most common states of matter.
Teaches that animals live in many different kinds of habitats, and that each habitat provides the food, water, oxygen, and shelter that its inhabitants need.
This book examines how a bean plant grows and changes once a seed is planted.
This book illustrates how the sun demonstrates its power.
Most of the ocean animals we know live in the highest zone, or level, of the ocean. This book explores some of the very interesting animals that live in the other zones.
Helps students understand that fossils are clues; challenges children to imagine what fossilized remains might have looked like when they were alive.
Helps students visualize "extreme" dinosaurs (the biggest, smallest, fastest, and slowest) in relation to rulers, buses, and themselves!
Simple text teaches that matter exists in different forms, each with unique properties.
Explores the four levels of a rain forest and the animals that inhabit them.
This book explains how water can change from a solid to liquid or gas.
This book is about the power of wind, how wind shapes trees, scatters seeds, and shapes sand dunes.