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How do they form? Why do they rage through the same regions? Which were the deadliest hurricanes in history? And how can scientists predict their landfall? All the answers are here. Your fields have literally turned to dust. This Depression the radio folks were talking about just reached the heartland.
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The epic disaster of the Dust Bowl brings home the cruel consequences of drought. The calamity that struck Depression-era America was startling for its far-reaching effects across our country, teaching us much about the nature of droughts and their dreadful devastation. The science section of this book examines the lessons from the Dust Bowl droughts for farmers, including the importance of topsoil. The history of droughts around the world compares impacts on a wide variety of societies. The final chapter looks at the latest tools and technologies developed to help us survive future droughts.
The ample back matter will help students find sources to write informed and compelling reports on this subject. Historical perspectives on the human experience of tornadoes and scientific perspectives on why twisters happen and how to keep people safe add to the intrigue of this fascinating topic. Ample back matter will help students find sources to write well-informed and compelling reports. As a young girl watches, the circle of life unfolds.
From the riverbed to the treetops, explore the many fascinating layers of the rain forest. This amazing book gives kids a close-up view of the plants and animals that inhabit dense jungles. Ages 7 and up. Why are rainforest trees like umbrellas? Where do koalas live? What are people doing to save forests? Find out the answers to these and many more questions about forests and the animals, plants, and people who live in them. Galbraith, Kathryn O. Trains bring more people and more lumber to build houses, fences, and barns. New buildings are erected: a church with a steeple, a store with glass windows, even a schoolhouse with desks for seventeen children.
But one thing is missing: trees. Galaxies, Galaxies! Ages [How many galaxies are there in the universe? For years astronomers thought that the Milky Way was the universe. Now we know that there are billions of them. What is life like in a coral reef? What do corals eat? Why are corals more colourful at nighttime? Informative text and clear, detailed illustrations on this journey into the unique lives of coral reefs. One also learns how they live, how they give birth most lay eggs, some give birth to live babies , and how they eat they swallow their prey whole, sometimes while it is still alive.
This book offers a cornucopia of information about the history of corn as well as details concerning planting, cultivation, harvesting, and its many uses.
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Includes descriptions of their characteristics, their four stages of development from egg to adult, and how they live. Did you know that Ladybugs eat insects that damage plants and are an important part of our environment? Fun-filled and fact-packed. Based on true story. Or that dolphins drink milk? That they take naps? Five spectacular 3-D pop-up panoramas feature clever transparent layers, revealing each ocean zone from the surface to the seafloor. Haas, Robert B. Stories and photographs that portray actual events: leopard cubs coming out of their cave to play; charged by protective adult elephants who surround a new-born; side-by-side with a clan of wild dogs as they hunt impalas.
All the stories in the book are intimate, engaging, and true. Find out how children around the world lived, died, and were preserved—on purpose or by accident. Cryptozoology is the study of creatures not recognized by traditional science, and it is the quest to understand things that cannot be proven via ordinary channels.
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Kelly Milner Halls interviews cryptozoologists, linguistics experts, anthropologists, biologists, and regular people like us who have seen, heard, or maybe stumbled across evidence leading them to believe that Sasquatch is real. Serious Sasquatch seekers are as skeptical as unbelievers. They are not out to collect great stories. They are out to put together facts.
The difference is, they are willing to keep an open mind. Do you believe in Sasquatch? Used in elementary schools to teach the food web—but virtually unavailable at retail—a professionally collected, heat-sterilized owl pellet is now married to a lively, two-color illustrated book filled with facts and related activities about these most amazing birds.
And what a story the Owl Puke Book tells—of the food chain, animal anatomy, life in the forest; of a bird that could read the bottom line of an eye chart from one mile away; and of a fierce hunter that swallows its prey headfirst and digests everything but the bones, which it spits back up in a pellet. As for the story the pellet tells, kids need only a toothpick to find out. Inclues ature notes with fascinating facts.
Ages [Can you wish on a starfish? And saddle a sea horse? Does a Sea Cow say moo? What about a clown fish? Below the ground, five friends — a grub, a beetle, two worms, and a caterpillar —are settling in for the winter. But what will they do all winter long? What will they eat? What will they dream of?
The Congolese rangers, who dedicate their lives to protecting the gorillas, were searching for Miza, too. Everyone was worried about her. Then something amazing happened: Kabirizi found Miza and brought her back to live with her family. Just over two years ago, when she was a baby, she was rescued from a crab trap, her tail seriously damaged. Winter was rushed to Clearwater Marine Aquarium, a marine animal hospital. She did, but eventually the tail fell off and Winter compensated by swimming more like a fish than a dolphin which was seriously damaging her spine. But Winter has been learning how to use a prosthetic tail.
In every season, a different creature makes its home here and then moves on, making room for the next occupant. Engaging and informative introduction to woodland animals in their habitat. For instance, any idea about the size of the mysterious Giant Squid of the deep? However, when you see a full-color illustration of a Giant Squid placed in front of the entire length of a farmhouse, you get a real idea of what What Lives in a Bog?
Life in a Bog. Ages — The gardener believes it belongs to him, but the insects and animals, and even the tiny seeds stake a claim. Hodge, Deborah Who Lives Here? Informative look at characteristics and habitats of nine animals. Kids will enjoy and pick up on their own.
Who Lives Here? Up We Grow! Heartwarming photos invite children into the world of a small, co-operative farm over four seasons.