32 pages , The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc , 2018-07-15 The biosphere refers to the parts of Earth where life exists or where known life has existed in the past. The biosphere is comprised of the atmosphere, geosphere, and hydrosphere because life exists in each of those three spheres, from birds in the sky to fish in the water to worms in the dirt. Food chains represent...[Read More]
88 pages , Britannica Educational Publishing , 2011-05-01 Contained in the immensity and depths of the Earth?s oceans, many of the planet?s species and resources thrive far away from the reaches of human civilization. With expanses that have yet to be discovered and enormous reservoirs of untapped potential, oceans provide fodder for all manners of research. This informa...[Read More]
Lonely Planet , 2018-10-01 It’s hard to believe that you could change the world, but it’s true! We’ll show you loads of awesome ways to help out family, friends, yourself and the planet – and show how you’re never too young to make a big difference. Includes random acts of kindness, craft projects, energy-saving ideas and much more. 101 Small Ideas to Change the World ...[Read More]
48 pages , Courier Dover Publications , 2016-11-16 Millions of creatures live in the backyard: beetles and bugs; butterflies and birds; turtles and toads; ants, earthworms, and tiny animals hidden in the grass or deep in the soil. These creatures lead busy lives, climbing trees, crawling over rocks, searching for food, and building nests. With this book's 46 pages of ill...[Read More]
32 pages , Trivia Time! , 2018 This dynamic trivia book presents fun, reader-friendly facts about science topics from insects to outer space. Readers will love reading this book and sharing their new knowledge with their friends.
64 pages , Norwood House Press , 2014-07-01 Explores the pros and cons of several issues related to recycling including; if it benefits the environment and is it economically efficient. Text contains critical thinking components in regards to social issues and history. Describes common argumentative techniques such as; using facts to support an argument, using testimonia...[Read More]
32 pages , Random House Digital, Inc. , 2010-01-01 A rhyming recipe explains how to make the dark, crumbly, rich, earth-friendly food called compost while collage illustrations made with recycled and found materials echo the eco-friendly message. By the author of Millions of Snowflakes.
48 pages , Heinemann-Raintree Library , 2004 Examines the difference between renewable and nonrenewable energy sources, and whether there is an energy crisis; and discusses the sun, biomass, wind, and moving water as sources of energy.