"Does a Seal Smile? explores the meanings of body and facial expressions in wild animals and people. A funny, kid-like question ("Does a coyote smile?") is shown with a realistic scenario (coyote howling), and thoughts/facts about how animals express themselves. Next, waves, smiles, frowns, hugs, kisses, and handshakes are explored, showing how humans express what they want, think, and feel."-- Provided by publisher.
More traditional and modern-day stories of ghosts, witches, vampires, "jump" stories, and scary songs.
Children from around the world say "hello" in forty-two languages, from Amharic to Zulu.
Crazy cats illustrate the power of action verbs and linking verbs.
Author has found clever devices to scale down everything from time lines (the history of Earth compressed into one year), to quantities (all the wealth in the world divided into one hundred coins), to size differences (the planets shown as different types of balls).
"Learn about variables, integers, expressions, and absolute values. Practice order of operations and multi-step problems." Presents a step-by-step guide to understanding pre-algebra and algebra, covering such concepts as variables, integers, expressions, and absolute values.-- Provided by publisher.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go to the moon? This beautifully illustrated picture book will take you on a journey to find out. You can fly into outer space, walk on the moon and take a look at our world from a very, very long way away!
Presents the stories of three amazing animals, including Einstein the genius parrot, Otis the skydiving dog, and Mudslinger a performing pig.
Collects three stories about animals causing chaos, including Mariska, the horse escape artist, Milkshake, the charging cow, and Pony, the runaway goat.
Explains what parrots are, how they live, and what they do.
Presents an introduction to raptors, describing their physical characteristics, the various ways in which they capture their prey, and how they care for their young.
"Does an Owl Wear Eyeglasses? explores the eyes and sight-abilities of various animals--and why most don't need or won't ever wear glasses. This leads into an exploration of how humans are able to improve their natural sight (and see things well beyond what 20/20 vision offers) and how people with vision limitations handle their daily lives."-- Provided by publisher.
"The ways animals and people use and keep their teeth healthy are explored in this title in Blue Apple's Think About...series. By contrasting the behavior of people and animals, the series helps young children understand what makes humans, and themselves, unique."-- Provided by the publisher.
"Does a Hippo Go to the Doctor? explores and explains why animals in the wild don't go to doctors, that some animals can be cared for by vets--but only people use professional medical services throughout their lifetime."-- Provided by publisher.
Highlights the achievements of history-making star athletes through photographs, facts, and statistics.