"Do you want to know what dogs are thinking? What they're feeling? Now you finally can. The answers will surprise and delight young readers as scientist and dog-owner Alexandra Horowitz explains how dogs perceive their daily worlds, each other, and that other quirky animal, the human."--
This introduction to pandemics and their history shows readers how to stay safe, and also includes a glossary, an infographic on how the coronavirus spreads, a handwashing diagram and a timeline showing the pandemics of the past.
Mella, a young girl trained as a dragon keeper, learns that the legends of old are true when she is entrusted with carrying a dragon's egg to the fabled Hatching Grounds, a dangerous journey on which she is assisted by a knight's squire.
"Your body needs lots of different things to eat and every kind of food has a different job to do. Did you know eating cheese makes your bones strong? Or that eating carrots helps you see better? Read and find out more about the different kinds of food we eat and how to fill up your plate to keep your body healthy!"--Jacket flap.
The saber-toothed cat was a fearsome prehistoric predator. Written for beginning readers, clear and succinct text explains how we think saber-toothed cats lived, hunted, and became extinct. Back matter explores other large-toothed predators and provides additional print, visual, and web resources.
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