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A Modern Dragon

A Modern Dragon Bennett, Rowena Bastin IMAGE AND/OR TEXT OMITTED PER PUBLISHER ProQuest Information and Learning Copyright Carus Publishing Company Apr 2006 Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning Company. All rights Reserved

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Feathers

Feathers Silverman, Buffy When you look at a bird perched in a tree, what do you see? Feathers! From a soaring eagle to a swimming penguin, all birds have feathers. Other animals wear fur, scales, smooth skin, or hard shells. Only birds have feathers. How many feathers cover a bird? That depends on its size. […]

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Move, Stretch, Balance

Move, Stretch, Balance Young, Rachel Feel your muscles work. What’s working every time you take a step? Or throw a ball? Or crack a smile? Muscles! Your 600 muscles move your legs, arms, mouth, and every other part of your body. Straighten one arm with your palm up, then hold your upper arm with your […]

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Yo Wants to Know

Yo Wants to Know Daniel, Lea “I like the way this book ends,” says the librarian. “Now Megan Mouse and Ethan Elephant are best friends and they always go swimming together.” “I don’t think real elephants can swim,” says Yo, ”because they are heavy as rocks.” “Let’s find out,” says the librarian. “We have some […]

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Feed Me!

Feed Me! Baby animals need lots of food to grow up strong. But many animal babies are too small and helpless to find food on their own. They depend on their parents to feed them, until they’re big enough to find food themselves. Animals that feed their babies milk are called mammals. Humans are mammals. […]

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Wheels

Wheels Barton, Byron IMAGE AND/OR TEXT OMITTED PER PUBLISHER ProQuest Information and Learning Copyright Carus Publishing Company Apr 2006 Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning Company. All rights Reserved

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How Paper Is Made

How Paper Is Made 1. Most paper is made from trees. 2. The logs are chopped into small chips. 3. The wood chips are cooked with water and chemicals to make a thick, wet porridge called pulp. 4. The pulp is sprayed onto a wire screen. Water drains from the pulp. 5. Heavy rollers press […]