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Books with title Sea Urchins

  • Sea Urchins

    W. W. (William Wymark) Jacobs

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  • Sea Urchins

    Jody S. Rake

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Readers will learn just how amazing sea urchins can be. The many species of this ocean invertebrate may not look like other undersea animals, but they have some amazing adaptations and behaviors that help them survive. Without faces, limbs, bones, blood, or a brain, sea urchins have incredible ways eating, moving, reproducing, and defending themselves.
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  • Sea Urchins

    Meryl Magby

    Paperback (PowerKids Press, Aug. 15, 2012)
    Sea urchins, with their prickly spines, are one sea creature you dont want to step on. Readers discover how sea urchins use their tube feet to breathe, move, and grab food as it floats by. Also discussed is the key role sea urchins play in many ocean food webs. A two-page spread offers even more information, such as the fact that a sea urchins teeth never stop growing. The colorful design and amazing photos are sure to draw in young readers and keep them engaged while learning fun, science facts.
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  • Sea Urchins

    Martha E. H. Rustad

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Sept. 1, 2007)
    Sea urchins are prickly creatures. Sharp spines completely cover their bodies. Young readers will learn the parts of a sea urchin and how sea urchins move, eat, and stay safe.
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  • Sea Urchins

    Jody S. Rake

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Readers will learn just how amazing sea urchins can be. The many species of this ocean invertebrate may not look like other undersea animals, but they have some amazing adaptations and behaviors that help them survive. Without faces, limbs, bones, blood, or a brain, sea urchins have incredible ways eating, moving, reproducing, and defending themselves.
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  • Sea Urchins

    Lola M. Schaefer

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 1998)
    Text and photographs introduce the physical characteristics and behaviors of sea urchins.
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  • Sea Urchins

    Jason Cooper

    Library Binding (Rourke Pub Group, July 1, 1996)
    A simple introduction to the physical characteristics, life cycle, and habitat of sea urchins and related species.
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  • Sea Urchins

    Heather Adamson

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2017)
    Sea urchins look like fireworks exploding underwater. The spines that create their unusual appearance do have a purpose: they protect the tiny animals from dangerous predators. In this title, sea urchins of all shapes, sizes, and colors are on display for early readers!
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  • Sea Urchins

    Michael Rajczak

    Paperback (Gareth Stevens Pub, July 15, 2015)
    Introduces sea urchins, describing their physical features, movement, defense mechanisms, danger to humans, and the role they play in the ocean ecosystem.
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  • Sea Urchins Book One

    Jason Whitley, Scott Eckelaert, Tom Heintjes

    language (Kongaroni, Jan. 29, 2015)
    Sea Urchins Book One is the first in a series of books collecting the comic-strip adventures of Olie and Ali Unrun, their children: Cuss, Sherfew, Ella, and Darla. Think Popeye meets Katzenjammer Kids, meets Little Rascals, with a dash of modernity. Olie Unrun always wanted to live a life at sea. Instead, he worked at his dad's fish-oil factory and began the life of a family man. One day, something in Olie snapped and he built a ship in his yard... then he relocated his house to the deck of that ship and christened the whole shebang "The Banana Moon." All Olie had to do was wait for the right storm to lift his house to the sea.Now adrift, the Unruns piece together each day through a host of uncommon creatures and comic calamities. Sea Urchins was a newspaper comic strip that originated in The [Myrtle Beach] Sun News. It appeared in Penn State's Blue, and was one of Hogan's Alley's top 25 undiscovered gems. Plan 9 Publishing originally published this first Sea Urchins comic strip collection in 2003.
  • Sea Urchins

    Jody S. Rake

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2007)
    Sea urchins have hard shells covered with spines. Sea urchins look like little round porcupines. Learn more about the lives of sea urchins under the sea.
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  • Sea Urchins

    Meryl Magby

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Aug. 15, 2012)
    Sea urchins, with their prickly spines, are one sea creature you don’t want to step on. Readers discover how sea urchins use their tube feet to breathe, move, and grab food as it floats by. Also discussed is the key role sea urchins play in many ocean food webs. A two-page spread offers even more information, such as the fact that a sea urchin’s teeth never stop growing. The colorful design and amazing photos are sure to draw in young readers and keep them engaged while learning fun, science facts.
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