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"Thirteen flies become tasty snacks in this clever reverse counting book about predators and prey. Science meets subtraction as a swarm of flies buzzes along, losing one member to each predator along the way. Includes a guide to eating bugs, complete with nutritional information for a single serving of flies."--
Ants have legs and scurry about. Plants have roots and are stuck in one place. Ants breathe oxygen; plants breathe carbon dioxide. Ants and plants are different, but they have similar needs. In Super Science: Are Ants Like Plants?, readers will find out how these living things get food, grow up, and talk to their friends. This series presents standards-supporting concepts in relatable, often-humorous ways to engage young readers and provide teachers...
3) Sky Spies
Earth zips through space at thousands of miles an hour! So, why aren't we lost in a distant galaxy? Become a sky spy and find out! In Super Science: Sky Spies, readers in grades 1-3 will discover the secrets of the moon and stars, including how we can see celestial patterns that repeat over time by carefully watching the night sky. This series presents standards-supporting concepts in relatable, often-humorous ways to engage young readers and provide...
Can you name some of the muscles you use every day? Learn about how muscles give your body shape, keep your heart beating, and help you move. This title supports NGSS From Molecules to Organisms: Structures and Processes.
5) Food as Fuel
What foods should you eat to stay healthy? Answer this question and others as you learn how food gives you energy, makes you stronger, and helps you stay healthy. This title supports NGSS From Molecules to Organisms: Structures and Processes.
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"The United Nations supports a compelling solution to world hunger: eat insects! Explore the vast world of unexpected foods that may help solve the global hunger crisis. Weeds, wild plants, invasive and feral species, and bugs are all food for thought. Learn about the nutritional value of various plant and animal species; visit a cricket farm; try a recipe for dandelion pancakes, kudzu salsa, or pickled purslane; and discover more about climate change,...