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  • What Is Nonfiction?
    In a nutshell, fiction is made up and nonfiction is real: real events, actual people, true facts, and verifiable ideas. This clear and easy-to-follow book cracks open the nutshell and goes well beyond, providing young readers with clear and engaging examples of nonfiction in action. With excerpts fr..
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  • What Is the Atmosphere and How Does It Circulate?
    31’s 26-enabling atmosphere, unique in the known universe, is the topic of this engaging title. Readers will learn about the atmosphere’s layers, composition, and evolution. The atmosphere’s role in creating weather is explained, with topics such as atmospheric pressure, cloud formation, and precipi..
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  • What Is the Milky Way?
    The Milky Way is just one of billions of galaxies in the universe. Yet by exploring the galaxy we call home, we have been able to uncover some of the universe’s many unknowns. This illuminating volume carefully breaks down the features of the Milky Way galaxy. It explains such characteristics as siz..
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  • What Is the Rock Cycle?
    Although rocks may initially seem like solid, unchanging substances, they are actually made up of minerals that change forms and get recycled through many different stages. This engaging book explores the rock cycle with diagrams and detailed photographs illustrating the movement of rocks through th..
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  • What Is the Structure of a Plant?
    As concern for the 56 increases, the role of the plant kingdom in the balance of ecosystems has become key. This book explains how various types of plants absorb water, light, and nutrients to grow. Basic scientific concepts are elaborated in the context of the many different types of plant structur..
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  • What Is the Structure of an Animal?
    Being able to compare the structure and anatomy of different families of animals and detect their differences and similarities is an essential skill in 26 science studies. This book takes the reader through the basic anatomical features that characterize a broad range of animal families, including c..
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  • What Is the Water Cycle?
    Water and the natural phases it moves through are fundamental aspects of 31 science. The water cycle and each of its stages are presented in a precise and clear manner in this book, which also guides readers through the role that plants, animals, and people play in that cycle. Text boxes defining im..
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  • What Is Weather Forecasting?
    In this lower elementary–level guide to meteorology, both the science and basic premises of weather forecasting are explained in dynamic, full-color spreads. Readers are invited to examine the role of cause and effect in weather patterns and predict the possible consequences of specific weather even..
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  • What Is Weather?
    This all-inclusive book takes a wide range of meteorological phenomena—including clouds, rain, snow, and fog—and examines their relationship to each other in order to explain how weather works in an easy-to-grasp way. Important scientific concepts such as energy, temperature, and electricity are des..
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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Introduce young readers to one of history’s greatest composers. They will enjoy tracing Mozart’s 26 from his childhood touring Europe as a musical prodigy through his years in Italy, Salzburg, and Vienna. They’ll learn about his struggles for independence and his musical innovation. The title touche..
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