Description : What’s the most dangerous animal on the planet? Which toothy hunter rules the oceans? Could you outrun a cheetah? Step into the awesome animal kingdom and discover the answers to these questions and many more in this fantastic, fact-packed board book. Bursting with incredible images and chunky fold-out pages, this book is perfect for small hands and curious minds.
Description : From fleet-footed cheetahs to howling wolves, and from playful dolphins to earth-shaking elephants, the world of animals is wonderfully diverse. This popular and newly expanded series continues traveling the planet to study these and other fascinating animals. Beautiful photos are paired with accessible text to examine the featured animal's appearance, behaviors, and life cycle. Each book also presents a folk story that helps explain a defining feature or behavior.
Description : Australian animals are unique. Their babies may be riding in mama’s pouch, or hitching a ride on daddy, piggy-back! Children will sing, clap and count to the rhyme of "Over in the Meadow" as they learn about wallabies, koalas, wombats, and more. Cut-paper illustrations add to the fun.
Description : Collects over one hundred animal stories that profile unlikely friendships, acts of bravery, and strange-but-true behaviors.
Description : Introduction Over 175 million people visit a zoo each year. There are over 350 zoos in the United States. The largest zoo is the Berlin Zoological Gardens, which has 19,500 individual animals!
Description : Introduction The coast is a very popular place for all types of animals. Birds love the coast because there is always food. Many ocean animals will come to dry land to lay their eggs.
Description : Introduction Farms are places where animals are kept and used by people. Seventeen percent of all work in the United States is on farms.
Description : Introduction All animals have babies, some start out in an egg while others are carried in a pouch or in the mother's tummy until it is time to be born. Let's start with a fun fact, baby monkeys will make babbling noises like a human baby until they can learn to communicate.
Description : Introduction The Philippines is a group of more than 7,000 islands off the coast of Southeast Asia. They have many interesting and exclusive animals living off the coast and on land. Let's read some more about a few of these amazing animals. Be on the lookout for bonus letters, some letters have more than one animal!
Description : Henry rides out to the Wild Wild West to get the low-down on amazing animal partners, from the sunny alliance of the albatross to the honeybadger's buddy system.