The Close Up series showcases a vast selection of non-fiction titles covering all there is to know on a variety of topics. There is one for all ages, filled with fabulous imagery, detailed information and an array of facts. This is perfect for school projects!
Bursting with fascinating facts and striking photographs, this title provides surprising insights into the miniature world of ants, from their antennae to their extreme strength. It features extreme close-ups, cutaways and clear, informative captions, providing children with an abundance of information. ...Show more
Bursting with fascinating facts and striking photographs, this title provides surprising insights into the miniature world of bees, from their antennae to the hierarchy of the hive. It features extreme close-ups, cutaways and clear, informative captions, providing children with an abundance of informati ...Show more
Take a closer look at the biggest cats in the world - tigers, lions, leopards and jaguars, and their close relatives, cougars and cheetahs. Big cats are among the largest and smartest hunters on Earth.
A winter snowfall can be beautiful. But if conditions call for dense snow, freezing temperatures, and bone-chilling wind, you are in for a dangerous blizzard. These blinding, swirling storms can shut down roads and damage buildings. Violent winds can thrash vehicles driving on icy roads. Snowdrifts can ...Show more
Discover your amazing world through curious and fascinating up-close photography! The Up Close series features an assortment of curious and fascinating micro and macro photography. Bugs & Butterflies concentrates on all things creepy and crawly, exploring up-close photography of butterfly wings, ho ...Show more
It is hard to imagine that diamonds and coal are both made from the same element - carbon. Take a closer look at this amazing substance,and the many ways it is used. Discover how it makes our lives possible, and how our use of it could threaten Earth.
Get CloseUp with the fierce, frightening and fabulous creatures of our planet - as close as you will ever see them in real life! In Crocs CloseUp, take a closer look at these ancient predators. They once walked the earth alongside the dinosaurs - and they haven't changed a whole lot since!
What animal has a long body, slimy skin, and no backbone? An earthworm! But do you know where earthworms live? Or which end of an earthworm is its head? Read this book to find out! Learn all about different animals in the Animal Close-Ups series—part of the Lightning Bolt Books™ collect ...Show more
What insect has wings with orange, white, and black patterns? A monarch butterfly! But do you know what monarchs do in the fall? Or how monarchs change throughout their lives?