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Series: Science Emergent Readers

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Animal Babies: A Counting Book (Science Emergent Readers) by Daniel Moreton
Animal Homes (Science Emergent Readers) by Betsy Chessen
Arctic Winter, Arctic Summer by Susan Canizares
The Beak Book by Pamela Chanko
Birds by Susan Canizares
The Boat Book by Samantha Berger
Bugs, Bugs, Bugs by Mary Reid
Busy Beavers by Susan Canizares
Butterfly by Susan Canizares
Cactus Names by Susan Canizares
Colors In The Desert by Susan Canizares
Coral Reef by Susan Canizares
Counting Penguins by Betsey Chessen
Desert (ScienceEmergent Readers) by Daniel Moreton
A Dolphin Is Not A Fish by Betsy Chessen
Dolphins by Melvin and Gilda Berger
Electricity (Science Emergent Readers) by Samantha Berger
Evergreens Are Green (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Frogs by Susan Canizares
From Egg To Robin by Susan Canizares
Gravity (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Homes in the Ground by Mary Carpenter Reid
In the Air by Samantha Berger
Light (Science Emergent Readers) by Samantha Berger
Look at This Tree by Susan Canizares
Make It Move! (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Monkeys by Susan Canizares
Nests, Nests, Nests by Susan Canizares
Northern Lights (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Ocean by Susan Canizares
Orange Juice by Betsey Chessen
Polar Bears by Susan Canizares
Push and Pull (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Rainforest by Betsy Chessen
Rainforest Colors (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Sea Creatures by Pamela Chanko
Sharks by Betsey Chessen
Simple Machines (Science Emergent Reader) by Scholastic
Snakes and Lizards by Daniel Moreton
Spider Names by Susan Canizares
Storms (Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Sun by Susan Canizares
The Things Birds Eat by Betsey Chessen
This Bird Can't Fly by Susan Canizares
Tools (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Treats from a Tree (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Water (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Weather (Emergent Readers) by Pamela Chanko
What Comes In A Shell? (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
What Do Insects Do? by Susan Canizares
What is an Insect? by Susan Canizares
Wheels by Susan Canizares
Where Do Birds Live? (Science Emergent Readers) by Betsey Chessen
Where Do Insects Live? by Susan Canizares
Who Beats the Heat? by Pamela Chanko
Who Lives In A Tree? by Susan Canizares
Who Lives In The Arctic? (Science Emergent Reader) by Susan Canizares
Who Lives in the Rainforest? by Susan Canizares
Who's Hiding? (Science Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares
Wind by Susan Canizares
Baby Animals Learn by Pamela Chanko2

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