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Things that grow —Walden, Libby, author.

Examines the processes that make our changing world so diverse and exciting, from the tiniest seed to the tallest mountain.

What is a life cycle? —Kalman, Bobbie.

Introduces the life cycles of plants, insects, amphibians, reptiles, fish, birds, mammals, and humans, discussing birth, growth, parental care, and reproduction.

Life cycles —Conklin, Wendy, author.

"Every day, living things grow and change. How do they do it? Find out by exploring life cycles of elephants, salamanders, humans, and more"-- Provided by publisher.

Mountain —Callery, Sean.

Looks at several life forms that live in three different mountain environments, including mammals, birds, and insects, focussing on their life cycles and their place in the food chain.

Tuktut Innaruqpallianingit —Ittusardjuat, Monica, author.

This bilingual book (with text in Inuktitut syllabics, Inuktitut Roman orthography, and English) shares six Inuktitut terms for caribou throughout their life cycles, giving the youngest of readers an understanding of the...

River —Callery, Sean.

The world's rivers and ponds are full of animals looking for food to eat and trying not to be eaten themselves. This book describes the life cycles of eleven animals, how they live and reproduce and how they link with ot...

Life cycles : everything from start to finish

This stunning illustrated children's book takes an innovative look at the circle of life, including animals, dinosaurs, stars, volcanoes, and even YOU. Everything has a beginning and an end, but what happens in between? ...

Caterpillar to butterfly —Hughes, Catherine D.

This look & learn board book shows the stages of a caterpillar changing into a butterfly.

Oscar and the frog : a book about growing —Waring, Geoff.

While at the pond, Oscar the kitten meets a frog who answers all of Oscar's questions about how animals are born and how they grow.

The life cycle —Jaycox, Jaclyn, 1983- author.

"From butterflies to sunflowers, each living thing follows a life cycle. Uncover the facts of both animal and plant life cycles, and learn how people's actions can impact them"-- Provided by publisher.

Forest —Callery, Sean.

The temperate forests of the world are full of animals looking for food to eat and trying not to be eaten themselves. This book describes the life cycles of eleven animals, how they live and reproduce and how they link w...

From egg to ladybug —Owings, Lisa, author.

"Learn how a variety of objects are made or how nature's cycles work--from Start to Finish. Suitable for both struggling and on-level readers, these titles teach science concepts as well as sequential thinking."-- Provid...

Life cycles —Wallace, Holly, 1961-

Explains the different stages in the lives of living things, from birth and growth to reproduction and death.

Life cycles —Hewitt, Sally, 1949-

Describes different stages in the lives of plants and animals and looks at what all creatures need to grow and develop.

Bill Nye the science guy. Life cycles

Did you know that all living things grow, reproduce, and die in cycles? Bill Nye explains "Life cycles" and shows us why many different living things have similar life cycles.

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