In this fascinating new book about the water cycle, readers will find that, while it might be hard to imagine, the molecules in their glass of water may have once been part of a dinosaur watering hole.
From shadow stick clocks to today's exact time pieces, this book explores the mystery of time and how we can measure it. Full color.
A blue whale is big; its the biggest animal alive. But it isn't the biggest thing there is. In this informative and engaging book, readers discover some big things, some bigger things, and the thing beyond measure--what can truly be called the Biggest Thing There Is!
In the Arctic, the summer ice is melting, making it hard for polar bears and their cubs to survive. Why is the world getting warmer? In simple language, Wells explains why so much carbon dioxide is going into the air and what can be done to help keep Earth cool. Full color.
Move to another planet? Sounds interesting! In our imaginary spaceship, let's check out the planets in our solar system. Mercury is closest, but it has no air, and it's either sizzling hot or bitterly cold. The atmosphere on Venus is poisonous; plus, human beings would cook there. Mars might work, but y ...Show more
There are trillions of stars in the universe, but we rely on our sun to provide (or contribute to) most of what we need to survive and thrive: heat, light, plants, animals, wind, and water. Complete with fun, cartoon illustrations, Robert Wells's new book gives kids plenty of information about our sun i ...Show more