Vivid photographs featuring some of Earth’s most astonishing features, creatures, and accomplishments are set on a crisp white backdrop and paired with an array of questions that sensibly guide curious young biologists on a quest of scientific identification in Living Things and Nonliving Things: A Compare and Contrast Book from Kevin Kurtz. Perfect for classrooms or home study, creative minds are encouraged to explore further through a variety of visually compelling checklists, quizzes, and online resources.
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