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Books with title Africanized Honeybee Vs. Army Ant

  • Africanized Honeybee Vs. Army Ant

    Therese M. Shea

    Paperback (Gareth Stevens Pub, Aug. 15, 2018)
    Africanized honeybees, also known as killer bees, and army ants are both tiny animals that really strike fear in many people. In this action-packed volume, readers will follow along with a battle of the insects and decide who they think would be the ultimate victor. Readers will learn about factors such as adaptations, size, and sting. They'll use the information to make an educated guess about which insect they think would win if such a battle were to really break out. This imaginative, high-interest title is loaded with eye-catching graphics and facts that support important elementary science concepts.
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  • Africanized Honeybee vs. Army Ant

    Therese Shea

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Publishing, Aug. 15, 2018)
    Africanized honeybees, also known as killer bees, and army ants are both tiny animals that really strike fear in many people. In this action-packed volume, readers will follow along with a battle of the insects and decide who they think would be the ultimate victor. Readers will learn about factors such as adaptations, size, and sting. They'll use the information to make an educated guess about which insect they think would win if such a battle were to really break out. This imaginative, high-interest title is loaded with eye-catching graphics and facts that support important elementary science concepts.
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  • Africanized Honeybees

    Scott Pearson

    Paperback (Black Rabbit Books, Aug. 2, 2016)
    Through dynamic infographics, charts, up-close photos and strong reading level control, this title explores the invasion of Africanized honeybees, including where they came from and their impact within biomes and food webs. Angry bees. Fish that eat everything. It's an invasive species takeover! This series examines some of the most prominent non-native animals and plants making an ecological impact in their newfound homes. Perfect for pairing with Next Gen Science Standards and cause/effect studies. With stunning images, infographics and more, these hi/lo books are sure to go viral.
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  • Africanized Honey Bee

    Barbara A. Somervill

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Jan. 12, 2014)
    Honeybees are known for their familiar buzzing and honey production. Learn how an experiment meant to increase honey production created aggressive Africanized honeybees that have taken over territory and caused big problems for beekeepers, farmers, and anyone unlucky enough to disturb them.
  • Africanized Honey Bee

    Barbara A Somervill

    Library Binding (Cherry Lake Publishing, Jan. 1, 2008)
    Honeybees are known for their familiar buzzing and honey production. Learn how an experiment meant to increase honey production created aggressive Africanized honeybees that have taken over territory and caused big problems for beekeepers, farmers, and anyone unlucky enough to disturb them.
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  • Africanized Honeybees

    Scott Pearson

    Library Binding (Black Rabbit Books, Aug. 1, 2017)
    Through dynamic infographics, charts, up-close photos and strong reading level control, this title explores the invasion of Africanized honeybees, including where they came from and their impact within biomes and food webs.
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  • Africanized Honeybees

    Scott Pearson

    Hardcover (Black Rabbit Books/Bolt, Aug. 1, 2017)
    Through dynamic infographics, charts, up-close photos and strong reading level control, this title explores the invasion of Africanized honeybees, including where they came from and their impact within biomes and food webs.
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    Paperback (Bolt, )
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  • Africanized Honeybees

    Scott Pearson, Paul Kobasa

    Paperback (Black Rabbit, April 4, 2017)
    Why are these insects called killer bees? Where did they come from? Do they have a useful purpose? The vivid photographs and easy-to-read text in Africanized Honey Bees introduce these insects to young learners. Charts and diagrams help readers understand the danger these tiny but deadly creatures pose to both animals and people. As they follow along, kids will learn how scientists are trying to control this experiment that got out of control. With bright, colorful pages organized in two-page spreads, Invasive Species Takeover series for students in grades 4 to 6 introduces young readers to eight animals and plants that are not native to the United States. These nonfiction books make the concept of invasive species easy for young readers to understand. Helpful diagrams, charts, and a glossary in each volume highlight the most important information for young learners. Help young readers in your life get ahead and have fun doing so with World Books Invasive Species Takeover series! The books in the BOLT 1 series feature high-interest topics that students with a 3rd through 5th grade primary reading level will return to again and again. Easy-to-read text helps kids understand the material and enjoy the reading experience. Packed with dynamic photos, charts, diagrams, fun facts, and infographics, Bolts attention-grabbing titles are sure to have your readers coming back for more.