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Books in Inside and Out series

  • Under the Sea

    Angela Royston

    Library Binding (Rigby Interactive Library, Feb. 1, 1998)
    Introduces the world of the sea, discussing such topics as ocean mining, marine life, and underwater exploration.
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  • The Earth

    Angela Royston, Jon Adams

    Library Binding (Rigby Interactive Library, Nov. 1, 1997)
    Introduces the geology, climate, and different environments of the earth.
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  • Trucks

    Angela Royston, Chris Forsey

    Library Binding (Rigby Interactive Library, Nov. 1, 1997)
    Captioned illustrations and photographs along with text identify types of trucks and their uses.
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  • Stars and Planets

    Angela Royston, John Kelly, Stephen Maturin, Roger Stewart

    Library Binding (Rigby Interactive Library, May 1, 1998)
    Text and captioned illustrations present information about the stars, sun, moon, and the planets.
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  • Outside and Inside Birds

    Sandra Markle

    Paperback (Aladdin, June 1, 2002)
    Full-color, close-up photographs and clear, explanatory text combine to provide an information-packed study of the world of birds, answering questions about bird anatomy, characteristics, habitats, life cycles, and more. Teacher's Guide available. Reprint.
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  • Outside and Inside Sharks

    Sandra Markle

    Paperback (Aladdin, May 1, 1999)
    How does a shark find its food? What is a shark's skin like? Why do sharks have to work to keep from sinking? Explore these questions and more in this exciting look at our awesome friends. Stunning color photographs and a clear, accessible text show sharks from the outside -- swimming, hunting, eating, having young -- and inside -- their bones, teeth, internal organs, and even baby sharks as they develop before they're born. There's also an "Amazing Shark Facts" section to help you discover even more, as well as a pronunciation guide and a glossary/index. There's no better way to get up close and personal with sharks -- inside and out!
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  • Taylor Lautner: Inside Out

    Mel Williams

    Paperback (Piccadilly Press, )
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  • Outside and Inside Snakes

    Sandra Markle

    Hardcover (Atheneum, April 1, 1995)
    A fascinating, instructive, and colorful photographic essay explores the world of snakes, showing their unique anatomy and activities and offering an informative introduction to their life cycle.
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  • The Inside-Outside Book of Texas

    Roxie Munro

    Hardcover (Chronicle Books, Feb. 1, 2001)
    Join Roxie Munro on a journey through the wide world of Texas, where you can visit rugged Lambshead Ranch in Albany, and Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston. Enjoy Texas Stadium in Irving, the River Walk in San Antonio, views of the spectacular Rio Grande...and much, much more! Vivid watercolor spreads offer extraordinarily detailed views of some of the most popular sites, as well as a healthy dose of the unexpected. And helpful material in the back, including a map and Texas symbols, presents additional facts about each place illustrated—making this book perfect for native Texans, for visitors, and for children.
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  • Outside and Inside Dinosaurs

    Sandra Markle

    Paperback (Aladdin, July 1, 2003)
    What did dinosaurs sound like? How did they feel to the touch? What sorts of things did they eat? Explore these questions and more in this remarkable and cutting-edge introduction to the giants of bygone days. Learn about dinosaurs on the outside -- their skin, horns, and claws -- and on the inside -- their teeth, brains, and bones. Uncover what scientists already know about these ancient creatures, as well as the new technologies they are using to learn even more. Extraordinary full-color photographs, lively text, and vivid descriptions make this a must-have for dinosaur enthusiasts and budding scientists alike. Curious young readers will delight in this close look at dinosaurs -- from the inside out!
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  • The Boys from Glee

    Mel Williams

    Paperback (Piccadilly Press, )
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  • What Happens When I Sleep?

    Ruth Owen

    Library Binding (Ruby Tuesday Books, Aug. 1, 2013)
    We get warm and cozy under a quilt and drift off to sleep. As we rest, however, our bodies are still hard at work, processing dinner, repairing damaged skin, and growing bones and muscles. All night, every night, as we sleep and dream, our lungs keep breathing in and out, blood races around our body, our brains are busy organizing thoughts and experiences from the day, and repairs are being made ready for whatever tomorrow brings. In What Happens When I Sleep? the body parts and processes that keep on going all night are explored in detail. Fascinating facts are woven into lively, accessible step-by-step explanations, delivering solid science in a way that's perfectly suited to the book's Grade 2 readership.
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