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Eyewitness: Plant

Reading Level: Intermediate

Stunning real-life photographs of flowers, fruits, seeds, leaves, and more offer a unique "eyewitness" view of the natural history of plant anatomy and growth.

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Pollinator Pals Mini-Lesson

Reading Level: Upper Elementary

After pollination is introduced, you can use this mini-lesson to show students that plants have different adaptations to attract different pollinators.

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Seed Dispersal Mini-Lesson

Reading Level: Upper Elementary

After fruits and seeds have been introduced, use this slideshow to show the various ways that seeds can be spread to make more plants.

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E.Guides: Plant

Reading Level: Intermediate

Through visually arresting reference photos, experience the wonderful world of plants with this unique combination of online and offline.

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Eye Wonder: Plant

Reading Level: Elementary

Examine what a plant is, find out how plants support all other life on the planet, and discover their tricks of attracting pollinators and the secret weapons they use to keep predators at bay.

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Eye Wonder: Forest

Reading Level: Elementary

Go deep into the woods to reveal the animal and plant life with this book full of color photographs and facts about forests.

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Ready Set Grow!

Reading Level: Elementary

Top 10 lists and step-by-step photographs show young gardeners how to grow plants from seed, how to propagate plants, when to harvest seeds, how long different plants take to grow, what to do about pests, and much more.

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