A lynx creeps through a snowy forest. Its wide paws help it traverse the deep snow. This is one of many adaptations introduced in this title for young readers. Low-level text and vibrant images combine to teach readers about the physical and behavior traits that help lynx survive. Special features highlight the animal's range, foods, and more. Readers will soon learn what makes these reclusive cats so remarkable.
2) Red Foxes
Red foxes are known for being cunning. In this title, young readers will learn how these smart hunters survive in the forest biome. Low-level text and vibrant photos will teach readers about the homes, foods, and adaptations of red foxes. Special features highlight the diet, range, and adaptations of these clever critters.
3) Brown Bats
Night falls, and brown bats take flight! These bats can eat their entire body weight in insects during a single night. In this low-level title, readers will explore how these bats are fit for their forest homes. Vibrant pictures, engaging text, and special features highlight the diet, range, and adaptations of the bats. This book will bring these forest flyers to life!
Tap! Tap! What's that sound? It is a woodpecker looking for its next meal! In this low-level title, readers will learn about the adaptations that help woodpeckers thrive in their forest homes. Special features highlight the range, diet, and adaptations of these woodland birds. Engaging text and vibrant photos bring the birds to life!