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Educational (Page 9)

Beagle Puppies
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When you look at a Beagle puppy, do you see a future hunter or baggage inspector? If not, you should. Not every young...read more

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Yosemite
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Artists view Yosemite National Park as a worthy subject because of its icons—granite domes, flowing waterfalls, and giant...read more

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Yellowstone
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Which came first? This is not a hard question when asked about America’s national parks. Yellowstone National Park is the...read more

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Great Smoky Mountains
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What does it take to draw a crowd? This book about Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers an answer to this question...read more

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Glacier National Park
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Of the 59 parks America counts as national treasures, Glacier National Park is often called the crown jewel. What makes...read more

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Play-fight!
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Wild babies don’t get in trouble for fighting. Their parents know rough play is the way to practice hunting methods, try...read more

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Hide!
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Wild babies play hide-and-seek just like human children do. The difference is the game is higher stakes for baby animals...read more

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Cuddle Up
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Wild babies assume different positions to get cozy. Geese goslings tuck themselves under mom’s wing. Koala joeys bury...read more

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UFOs
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Are unidentified flying objects piloted by aliens or an active imagination? This book first tells what spotters see and...read more

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Loch Ness Monster
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Is it a monster or a myth surfacing in Scotland’s Loch Ness? This book first details the creature called Nessie, and then...read more

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