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I Wish I Was a Polar Bear
Kids Nonfiction 138 0
What if you wished you were a polar bear and then you became one? Could you eat like a polar bear? Talk like a polar bear? Live in the cold Arctic tundra? And would you want to? Find out! Ranger Rick explorers can learn all...
 
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We Love Animals: Two Books in One!
Kids Nonfiction 144 0
In this sweet introduction to animals and biomes of the world, flip the pages of the little book to help an animal find its home in the big book! With sturdy board book pages for little ones to grasp and turn on their own and a charming book-within-a-book format, We...
 
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Elephants
Kids Nonfiction 445 0
Join award-winning science writer Seymour Simon as he investigates the many characteristics and behaviors of one of the world’s most beloved animals: the elephant! From their ancient relatives, woolly mammoths and mastodons, to their amazingly versatile trunks and strong ivory tusks, elephants are some of...
 
4.3
 
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Lovely Beasts
Kids Nonfiction 655 0
A stunning debut picture book that encourages kids to look beyond first impressions by sharing unexpected details about seemingly scary wild animals like gorillas, rhinoceroses, and more. Spiders are creepy. Porcupines are scary. Bats are ugly. Or are they...? This...
 
5.0
 
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Who Would Win?: Battle Royale
Kids Nonfiction 738 0
Which dangerous animals would win in a fight? Find out in this awesome bind-up of five books in the popular Who Would Win? series! The collection features a range of mammals, sea creatures, reptiles, and dinosaurs to satisfy all kinds of animal fans, including Wolverine vs. Tasmanian Devil, Rhino...
 
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Kids Nonfiction 925 0
“Do you like to dance?” asks the first spread of this playful nonfiction picture book. “Honeybees do, too!” responds the next. Illustrating the simple text are joyful drawings that visually connect the children enjoying a dance party to the honeybees performing their own “dance” in the hive. A block of...
 
4.3
 
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Beneath the Sun
Kids Nonfiction 1357 0
When the sun is shining brightly, people put on sunscreen or scurry inside to cool off. But how do wild animals react to the sizzling heat? Journey from your neighborhood to a field where an earthworm loops its long body into a ball underground, to a desert where a jackrabbit...
 
4.3
 
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