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Animals

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Sporting Dogs

A ball flies into the lake. A golden retriever jumps in! This popular pup was bred to bring back game from water. But it happily fetches toys! The American Kennel Club’s sporting dog group is More →

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Crabs

Scuttling on the beach or across the seafloor, crabs are ocean animals on the move! This introductory title highlights basic facts about these crustaceans, from what they eat to how they… More →

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River Otters

A group of river otters takes turns sliding into the water. Webbed feet help them paddle, while waterproof fur keeps their skin dry. These are a few of many adaptations that help river otters More →

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Animal Life Cycles: Frog

Ribbit! A frog hops into a stream. Time to lay eggs! When they hatch, the eggs will become tiny tadpoles. Young readers will learn all about the frog’s life cycle in this leveled title… More →

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Animal Life Cycles: Penguin

A fuzzy penguin chick raises its beak. Its parent has brought fish. Time to eat! With plenty of food, this tiny bird will grow up fast. This low-level title introduces beginning readers to… More →

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Terriers

Terriers are energetic dogs that were bred to hunt and guard. But these playful pups also make great pets! In this title for young readers, informative text and engaging photos introduce the… More →

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Non-sporting Dogs

A cute bichon frise wags its tail. Time for a walk! These fluffy dogs are among the many breeds included in the American Kennel Club’s non-sporting group. From fancy poodles to sturdy… More →

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Fishing Cats

A fishing cat dives into the water. In seconds, it comes back to the surface with its latest meal! In this leveled text, young readers will explore the fascinating lives of fishing cats, from More →

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Platypuses

Platypuses are some of the world’s weirdest mammals! They may look strange, but their duck bills and flat bodies help them thrive in the wetlands. These are just a few of the many adaptations More →

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Emu or Ostrich?

What bird has a large body and a long neck, but cannot fly? It is an emu! Or is it an ostrich? These birds may seem similar, but they are unique in many ways. Lively images, simple text, and… More →

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Spanish Mustangs

Spanish mustangs were born to be wild! Since the 1800s, these hardy horses have lived free, outside of farms and stables. This title teaches young readers about these amazing horses with… More →

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Flamingos

A flock of flamingos stands tall in the salty waters of their wetlands home. They are some of the only animals that can survive the harsh salt! In this title, leveled text and bright photos… More →

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