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Fungarium. —Scott, Katie.

"Illustrator Katie Scott returns to the Welcome to the Museum series with exquisite, detailed images of some of the most fascinating living organisms on this planet--fungi. Exploring every sort of fungi, from the kinds w...

Chasing Bats and Tracking Rats : Urban Ecology, Community Science, and How We Share Our Cities —Guy, Cylita.

'Chasing Bats and Tracking Rats' is gripping narrative non-fiction with STEM and social justice themes that proves cities can be surprisingly wild places - and why understanding urban nature matters. Cylita Guy and illus...

Chasing Bats and Tracking Rats : Urban Ecology, Community Science, and How We Share Our Cities —Guy, Cylita.

'Chasing Bats and Tracking Rats' is gripping narrative non-fiction with STEM and social justice themes that proves cities can be surprisingly wild places - and why understanding urban nature matters. Cylita Guy and illus...

Just You and Me : Remarkable Relationships in the Wild —Ward, Jennifer.

Celebrate perfect partnerships in nature with this fascinating rhyming non-fiction picture book exploring symbiosis with vibrant illustrations and fun facts that will delight young animal enthusiasts. Ages 3 to 8

The science of life projects and principles for beginning biologists —Bottone, Frank G.
EBook
2001

Explores bacteria, fungi, and protozoans as well as plants and animals through 25 projects.

1,000 Amazing Human Body Facts. —Dk.

Astound your friends and family with the world's wildest collection of mind-boggling facts and visual comparisons about the human body. Did you know you made 3 million new blood cells while you read this sentence? Or th...

Darwin and evolution for kids his life and ideas, with 21 activities —Lawson, Kristan.
EBook
2003

A biography of the English naturalist who, after collecting plants and animals from around the world, postulated the theory of evolution by natural selection. Includes related activities.

Backyard Biology : Discover the Life Cycles and Adaptations Outside Your Door with Hands-On Science Activities. —Latham, Donna, author.
EBook
2020

Offering a deep peek into the world right outside your door, this life science book for middle readers gets kids excited about the natural world with fantastic hands-on science experiments! Where can you study biology? E...

Freshwater feeders studying food webs in freshwater —Hooks, Gwendolyn.
EBook
2009

An introduction to the wildlife and ecology of lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams.

Backyard Biology : Investigate Habitats Outside Your Door with 25 Projects —Latham, Donna, author.
EBook
2014

BIOLOGY IS THE STUDY OF LIFE Life is everywhere, thriving in the city and in the country, teeming in ecosystems around the planet -- in deserts, oceans, and even the Arctic. And life is right outside your door! Backyard ...

What's on the food chain menu? —Lundgren, Julie K.
EBook
2012

Text promotes children's curiosity while building important science content knowledge. The interaction of text and photos supports and engages readers as they learn about the wonderful world around them. This book focuse...

The Deadliest Diseases Then and Now. —Hopkinson, Deborah.

In this fast-paced, wide-ranging story filled with facts, pictures, and diagrams about diseases - from plague to smallpox to polio to flu - critically acclaimed Sibert Honor author Deborah Hopkinson brings voices from th...

Cells : Experience Life at Its Tiniest —Gibson, Karen Bush, author.
EBook
2017

If you look at a piece of a leaf or a drop of saliva through a microscope, what do you see? Cells are the basic building blocks of life and they make up every living thing, from plants to animals, from humans to bacteria...

You can't wear these genes —Duke, Shirley Smith.
EBook
2011

Introduces genetics, discusses how traits are passed from parent to child, and explains gene mutations.

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