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This book is a shorter version of our popular “Beavers: Gnawers of the Northern Woods” and is for early readers. With only 1284 easy to read words, young children can experience the joy of learning about beavers. They will find out:
What color are a beaver’s front teeth?
How does a beaver’s jaw help him carry logs?
How many eyelids do beavers have?
Educational Versions have CCSS Activities.

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It happened on March 29, 1848. The people of the town of Niagara Falls awoke to a near deafening silence. The silence wasn’t complete. They could hear a few birds twittering in the trees and a few dogs barking. Otherwise there was silence.
This was strange because the people of Niagara Falls lived their entire lives with the roar of the falls. But today they were dry!

Find out what happened.

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How would you like to eat part of your house for food during the winter? Well that's just what some beavers do.
Beavers are animals that live in the water. They spend most of their time there, even though they are mammals. That means they breathe air, so part of the time they are also on land.
Beavers live in the water because it is safer for them.
Educational Versions have CCSS activities.

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Giant pandas live in China. For years many people thought a panda was a bear. Some thought it was a raccoon. Now they know that it is really a bear. They look like a huge, cuddly bear. They have four legs and a short, stubby tail. They also have a bear face. This book is a shorter version of our popular “Giant Pandas: Cuddly Bamboo Lovers” and is for early readers. Includes Common Core exercises.

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The Lincoln Memorial is one of the most recognized buildings in Washington D.­C. It honors a man who is loved by many for trying to bring the North and South together after the Civil War. “In this temple, as in the hearts of the people, for whom he saved the Union, the memory of Abraham Lincoln is enshrined forever.­”
How much do you know about this monument?
Here are 14 Fun Facts to discover.

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Beep-­beep. It's a roadrunner. Or is it?
Do roadrunners really go beep-­beep?
Can they really outrun a coyote?
What is strange about a roadrunner’s feet?
Can roadrunners fly?
How fast can a roadrunner run?
Let’s find out!

Learn what a roadrunner looks like, where it lives, what it eats, what eats it, how babies are born, and other fun facts.

Ages 6 to 10.

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This book is a shortened version of our popular “Manatees: Mermaids of the Sea” and is intended for beginning readers. With only 553 easy to read words, young children can experience for themselves the joy of learning about the manatee. They will find out: What does a manatee look like? How fast can a manatee move? How do manatees play? What do manatees eat? And many more! LearningIsland.­com believes in the value of children practicing reading for 15 minutes every day. Our 15-­Minute Books give children lots of fun, exciting choices to read, from classic stories, to mysteries, to books of knowledge. Many books are appropriate for hi-­lo readers. Open the world of reading to a child by having them read for 15 minutes a day.

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They're in your house and your yard. They're spiders. Spiders can be interesting if you take the time to get to know them. Do you know:
What part of a spider’s body holds the lungs? What are book lungs? How many eyes does a spider have? Why a spider doesn’t stick to his own web?
Learn what a spider looks like, where it lives, what it eats, what eats it, how babies are born, and other fun facts.

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A ship sails into port, running fast ahead of a storm. No one in the town thinks she will make it to shore, but she does. That's when the townsfolk discover something strange. There is no one on board!
The ship is filled with provisions, water, and everything needed, except a crew. Find out the secret of the ship, and read these other spooky ghost stories.

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“The local Bank of Hannibal was robbed at gunpoint thirty minutes ago,­” the announcer said. “The thief got away with over $100,­000. He was last seen heading south on Highway 79 toward the Mark Twain Caves. The police have set up a road block just south of the caves, but they have not yet caught the theif. Can you help Kendall and Jamie discover who the theif is?

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