Life in the Tundra
- Visually compelling photos and four-color illustrations help bring science right into the classrooms--or living rooms--of young readers.
- These books will help prepare young scientists for upcoming mandatory science testing.
- Earth is a wonderous planet--and What on Earth? will explore each and every facet of the planet in a way that will delight 2nd to 4th graders, librarians and parents alike! No other series for this age takes such an in depth look at each subject covered.
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What Is the Aurora Borealis?
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