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  • An introduction to anacondas describes their physical characteristics, life cycle, habitat, and predatory behavior.
  • Introduces the banded sea snake, also known as the sea krait, and describes its habitat, appearance, and habits.
  • Introduces the black mamba and describes the physical characteristics, life cycle, habitat, and predatory behavior.
  • Introduces the boa constrictor and describes their physical characteristics, life cycle, habitat, and predatory behavior.
  • Most of us are familiar wiht traveling on a bus. Bus drivers help people in our communities travel from place to place. City bus drivers and school bus drivers follow many rules to keep passengers safe, In bus Drivers, read about hoe these community workers help people every day.
  • Introduces the copperhead, the most venomous snake in the eastern and central United States, and describes its habitat, appearance, and habits.
  • Introduces the coral snake, a venomous serpent with red bands amidst stripes of other colors, and describes its habitat, appearance, and habits.
  • Introduces the cottonmouth, also known as the water moccasin, the only venomous water snake in North America, and describes its habitat, appearance, and habits.
  • Even though its smaller than many killer snakes, the death adder is still very dangerous. Readers will soon discover exactly why this snake is so aptly named. Colorful photographs show this venomous snake in action as readers learn exciting facts about how death adders hunt, eat, and survive. Excellent Spanish translations provide engaging support for bilingual learners.
  • An introduction to diamondback rattlesnakes describes their physical characteristics, life cycle, habitat, and predatory behavior.
  • Diamonds

    There are many different types of diamonds in the world. They come in a range of colors and can be cut into all kinds of shapes. This book shows readers that the way these different kinds of diamonds are created really isn't that different at all. Interesting facts and detailed photographs explain where these gems come from, how they're made into jewelry, and what makes them so valuable.
  • ntroduces one of the most common snakes in Africa, the Egyptian cobra, which appeared on the crowns of the ancient Egyptian kings, and describes its habitat, appearance, and habits.
  • El Ahorro

    Clink, clank,.. ¡Este es el sonido de otra moneda en tu alcancía! El ahorro es una costumbre que debe comenzar desde los primeros años de vida. En ocasiones las personas ahorra durante mucho tiempo para comprar algo muy importante, y este libro nos habla de cómo se gana y como se ahorra el dinero. Además nos muestra como cualquiera puede aprender cómo ahorrar dinero por medio de cuentas de ahorro e inversiones.
  • Elk/Venado

    Amazing mountain animals fill the pages of this exciting bilingual series. Redesigned with new features, each book invites readers to discover the world of creatures that make their home in high places. Young learners will read about each animal’s unique physical characteristics, behavior, and adaptations to their environment. Through fascinating facts and brilliant photographs, these books paint a vibrant picture of the incredible array of animal life in the mountains.
  • Emeralds

    Emeralds are the most expensive gems in the world, but it takes a lot of time and effort for them to get that way. Readers will discover many interesting facts about this beautiful May birthstone that takes millions of years to form. Vibrant photographs capture emeralds at all stages, from the mines to beautiful pieces of jewelry.
  • Some of the most famous animals in history have been horses. From George Washingtons trusty Arabian, Magnolia, to the fictional stallion Black Beauty, horses have played an important part in historical events, books, television shows, and movies for many years. Readers will discover important facts about some of the worlds most important and beloved horses. Photographs of the horses and their owners help illustrate these amazing and beautiful animals.
  • The shrill sound of the fire alarm strikes fear into many hearts and minds, but at the helm of this terrifying alert are talented, brave, and tireless individuals. Readers get to ride along through the various activities that firefighters carry out on our behalf to keep us safe and out of danger.
  • Tacos, enchiladas, tortillas, and even huevos rancheros are not unusual items in many American restaurants. Mexican food is loved all over the world, but Mexicos kitchens hold much more than these dishes. Some surprising ingredients and fascinating cultural facts are in store for readers and fledgling chefs. Mexicans use prickly pear cactus, plantains, and even chocolate in their meals. A salsa recipe at the end of the book gives young cooks a chance to create their own fiesta!
  • Todos los días la gente gasta dinero en los productos que quiere o necesita. El dinero que se gasta puede viajar alrededor del mundo y al banco de la esquina. Los cheques y las tarjetas de crédito son otra forma de gastar dinero, y este libro le da un vistazo a las diferentes formas que existen para gastar el dinero. Además, te enseña cómo hacer un presupuesto, una habilidad importante para que puedas estar seguro de tener dinero cuando lo necesites.
  • Gymnastics

    Gymnasts are among the strongest athletes in the world. They leap, tumble, flip, and fly through the air with finesse. Readers interested in gymnastics will discover what it takes to become a gymnast, as well as the different gymnastic events they can participate in. Photographs of gymnasts and gymnastic apparatuses show readers what its like to join the team.
  • What does it mean to be a good citizen? It means being helpful and following the rules. Readers discover that they can do their part to make their communities better one small action at a time. Colorful photographs show kids being the best citizens they can be at school, at home, and with their friends.
  • Being responsible means you can be trusted to do important things without being told. Sometimes, it might seem hard to be responsible or to discern the right path independently. This motivating guidebook explains just how easy being responsible can be at home, school, and around the neighborhood.
  • Looks at the life and racing career of NASCAR driver Juan Pablo Montoya.
  • ¿Te imaginas una época en la que no existía el dinero? La gente hacia trueques o intercambios para obtener lo que necesita. Con el tiempo, el dinero facilito mucho las cosas Hoy, el dinero se usa en todo el mundo. Este libro revisa la historia del dinero desde los días del trueque hasta los distintos tipos de divisa que existen en la actualidad.
  • Las monedas hacen ruido en nuestros bolsillos y las usamos para comprar cosas que necesitamos. Pero si prestamos atención encontramos interesantes imágenes y palabras que nos hablan de la historia de nuestro país. Este libro nos habla de esta divisa, incluyendo las monedas que podemos coleccionar y como se fabrican el La Casa de la Moneda.
  • ¿Sabías que el papel moneda no está hecho de papel? ¿O que Estados Unidos imprime suficiente dinero como para darle 30 vueltas a la tierra? Estos interesantes hechos y más puedes encontrar en este libro, además de sencillas explicaciones de las imágenes, símbolos y números que aparecen en nuestro papel moneda.
  • Everyone loves getting mail. Mail carriers deliver letters and packages of all kinds. Some mail carriers drive cars and trucks, while others walk around town to deliver the mail. Readers are taken on a tour of the lives and days of our mail carriers.
  • What is your carbon footprint? Readers can find out inside this book. Energy comes from many different sources, but some of them are quickly depleting. Readers explore the different ways to replace fossil fuels, such as solar energy and hydropower. They even discover small steps they can take to make themselves more energy efficient, such as walking or riding a bike to school.

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