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Karen Latchana Kenney

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A sloth makes its way across a branch. Time for a nap! These slow creatures do not travel very far. But they thrive in...read more

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Macaws are among the most vibrant birds in the rain forest! Their colors help them blend in among bright fruits and...read more

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Howler monkeys are loud! Their calls help them stand out in the noisy rain forest. This adaptation is one of many...read more

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A harpy eagle snatches a sloth from a tree. Time to eat! These birds have strong, sharp talons that were made for...read more

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A group of river otters takes turns sliding into the water. Webbed feet help them paddle, while waterproof fur keeps...read more

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Platypuses are some of the world’s weirdest mammals! They may look strange, but their duck bills and flat bodies help...read more

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A flock of flamingos stands tall in the salty waters of their wetlands home. They are some of the only animals that can...read more

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A fishing cat dives into the water. In seconds, it comes back to the surface with its latest meal! In this leveled text,...read more

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In this book, early fluent readers will learn how and why wolves live together in groups called packs. Vibrant, full-...read more

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In this book, early fluent readers will learn how and why orca whales live together in groups called pods. Vibrant, full-...read more

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