Other books byGilda Berger
101 Animal Records
From the authors of the wildly successful 101 ANIMAL SECRETS and 101 FREAKY ANIMALS comes this compendium of the animal kingdom's most amazing records! Did you know that the blue whale, the world's largest animal, is as big as three school buses and weighs as much as twenty-seven elephants? Or that a sea wasp is so poisonous, its venom can kill up to sixty human adults? Can you believe that the silk moth caterpillar's appetite is so enormous that it can eat more that than 1,000 times its weight each day? Filled with fascinating facts and tons of detailed photographs, 101 Animal Records is sure to be an instant favorite for kids, parents, and teachers alike!
Fast, fun facts, light, informative text, and colorful images bring facts about the human body to life for kids ages 7-10. YOU'RE TALL IN THE MORNING, BUT SHORTER AT NIGHT is a photographic exploration into the human body. Topics include respiration, circulation, digestion, and the senses. Readers will be amazed by the fun, fast facts, while teachers and parents will appreciate the light, informative text and easy-to-follow format. Melvin and Gilda Berger are the authors of the bestselling and critically acclaimed Scholastic Q&A series, among many other books for children.
Do Tarantulas Have Teeth?
Questions and Answers about Poisonous Creatures
Did you know that ants can use their poison to put out small fires? And that a king cobra can grow as long as 18 feet? Kids will find these and lots of other intriguing facts about poisonous creatures in this colorfully illustrated and easy-to-understand book.
Scholastic Question & Answer: Do Stars Have Points?
Do Stars Have Points?
From simple questions like "How hot is the sun?" to more complex ones like "Is there life elsewhere in the solar system?" this book helps kids understand what they see when they look up at the sky. So many mysterious things appear when we look up at the sky. And then there are the bodies we can't even see. Learning about the universe helps us understand our own planet. Children will find out about stars, planets, comets, meteors, and more. The authors provide answers that help children understand the scale, movements, and complicated relationships of objects in our universe and beyond.