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Kids Can Press, 2008<br

Robots

The word "robot" may remind us of science fiction, but robots today are a science fact. Their role in our lives is growing all the...

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Kids Can Press, 1998<br />
ISBN 1-55074-448-8 (hc)<br />
ISBN 1-

Mealworms

This slim book is filled with information about mealworms as well as ideas for activities for the home or classroom. Many teachers use mealworms to...

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Cover image of Motion, Magnets and More by Adrienne Mason.

Motions, Magnets and More

Developed in cooperation with a science education consultant, this series is loaded with surprising facts and hands-on activities designed to hold young children's interest. Topics...

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Kids Can Press, 1995<br />
ISBN 1-55074-147-0<br />
Illustrated

Oceans

Oceans cover almost three-quarters of Earth. Dive into Oceans and explore this vase and rich storehouse of living things. You don’t need to be near...

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Kids Can Press, 1997<br />
ISBN 1-55074-343-0 (hc)<br />
ISBN 1-

Living Things

What is a living thing? Living things are made of cells. They need food, air, water and a place to live. And they grow, reproduce...

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Orca Book Publishers, 1990<br />
ISBN 1-55143-046-0

The World of Marine Mammals

In The World of Marine Mammals you’ll find out how these amazing animals adapt to life under water, how they find food and how they...

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$19.95
ISBN 978-1-55453-753-2

Planet Ark

 Beautifully illustrated with lyrical text, Planet Ark is a celebration of earth's vibrant variety of life. 

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Lu and Clancy Levelled Readers

Kids Can Press, 2008<br />
ISBN 978-1-55453-251-3 (hc)<br />
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Lost and Found

In Lost and Found, Lu and Clancy are babysitting two puppies and need desperately to tire them out. A long walk to Magic Lake should...

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Kids Can Press, 2008<br />
ISBN 978-1-55453-276-6 (hc)<br />
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Secret Spies

When Lu and Clancy find a map labeled "Top Secret" and a note written in code in Aunt Izzie's trunk, the mystery begins. Is Aunt...

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Kids Can Press, 2007<br />
ISBN: 978-55453-035-9 (hc)<br />
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The Drop of Doom

Lu and Clancy are back. In The Drop of Doom, Lu and Clancy uncover a plot to rob patrons of The Drop of Doom –...

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Primary Physical Sciences Series

Kids Can Press, 2006 ISBN 1-55337-835-0(hc) ISBN 1-55337-836-9

Build It!

From bicycles to bridges to beaver dams, structures are all around us. Build It! explores the function of structures, the materials they’re made of, how their parts are joined together and more.

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Kids Can Press, 2006 ISBN 1-55337-837-7(hc) ISBN 1-55337-838-5(p

Change It!

What does the smell of baking bread or the fizz in your pop have to do with science? Lots. Science is all around you, even in the simplest things. Change It! takes the physics of matter – solids, liquids and gases – and transf

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Kids Can Press, 2005 ISBN 1-55337-758-3(hc) 1-55337-759-1(pb)

Move It!

Move It! takes the physics of why and how things move and how things move and transforms it into an enjoyable and easy-to-understand first science book.

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Kids Can Press, 2005 ISBN 1-55337-760-5 (hc) ISBN 1-55337-761-3

Touch It!

Touch It! is a lively and easy-to-understand first science book that explores materials – their color, shape, texture, size, mass, magnetism and more.

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Wildlife Series

Kids Can Press, 2003

ISBN 1-55337-524-6 (hc)

ISBN 1-55337-525-

Bats

How bats use their senses is just one of the thirteen topics in this clearly written look at the two main kinds of bats – megabats and microbats. You’ll find out where bats live, what they eat, how they move and much more.

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Kids Can Press, 2004<br />
ISBN 1-55337-623-4 (hc)<br />
ISBN 1-

Owls

How owls hunt is just one of fourteen topics in this clearly written look at the two main groups of owls – typical owls and barn owls. You’ll find out where owls live, what they eat, how young owls learn and much more.

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Kids Can Press, 2006<br />
ISBN 1-55337-733-8 (hc)<br />
ISBN 1-

Skunks

The stinky way skunks defend themselves is just one of fourteen topics in this clearly written book about skunks. Kids find out why skunks are black and white, where they live, how they raise their young, how they hunt and much more.

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Kids Can Press, 2005<br />
ISBN 1-55337-627-7 (hc)<br />
ISBN 1-

Snakes

How snakes hunt and eat is just one of fourteen topics in this clearly written study of snakes around the world. You’ll find out where they live, how they use their senses, how they move and much more.

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Kids Can Press, 2003<br />
ISBN 1-55337-406-1 (hc)<br />
ISBN 1-

Otters

Following their mother, two otter pups slide down the muddy bank and slip into the river. It’s time for their daily lessons. 

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Lu and Clancy Series

Kids Can Press, 2002<br />
ISBN 1-55337-027-9 (hc)<br />
ISBN 1-

Carnival Caper

Summer’s here and the carnival’s in town! Lu and Clancy can’t wait to go on their favorite ride, the Drop of Doom. The only problem is that Lu’s annoying cousin, Jake, is tagging along…

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Kids Can Press, 2002<br />
ISBN 1-55337-058-9 (hc)<br />
ISBN 1-

Sound Off

Stuck babysitting Lu’s sister, Sophie, and her friend Fanny, dog detectives Lu and Clancy come up with a plan to tire out the mischievous pups—a hike to Mystic Lake and back! But when Sophie mysteriously disappears, the dog detectives must<more info

Kids Can Press, 1999<br />
ISBN 1-55074-553-0<br />
Illustrated

Secret Codes

Suppose you had to send a secret message to a friend. How would you do it? Dog detectives Lu and Clancy will show you more than 20 fool-proof codes.

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Kids Can Press, 2000<br />
ISBN 1-55074-693-6<br />
Illustrated

Spy Stuff

Could Lu’s favorite aunt be a spy? If not, then why does she have disguises and fake Ids hidden in an old trunk? Lu and Clancy are suspicious and decide to investigate. How will they find out who Aunt Izzy really is? By using the techniques that<more info