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To the untrained eye, one rock looks like another. But for the geologists who study them, rocks tell stories. Whether rocks are igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic, each one holds clues about Earth’s history and formation. From dynamic creation to wave battered erosion, get ready to discover the science of rocks and the people who love them.
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On a dark night as you watch the sky with your friends, a rock with a fiery tail shoots across the sky. A comet! Asteroids and comets hurtle through space, sometimes a little too close to Earth. But did you know that they are linked to life on this planet? From the asteroid Ceres to Halley’s comet, blast into space and enter the lonely existence of asteroids and comets.
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Plants may look innocent, but they’re sneaky, tricky, secretive little buggers. You could watch them all day and they would never move an inch. But hidden from your eyes, their roots, leaves, and blossoms are always working. From photosynthesis to reproduction, get ready to uncover the science of plants and the secrets that they keep.
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With a fiery red explosion, a volcano becomes a disaster in the blink of an eye. Lava and ash shower down, covering the landscape for miles. Starting with molten rock beneath Earth’s surface, each eruption can cause incredible damage and destruction. From volcano formation to studying volcanoes, prepare to jump into a scalding look at volcanic eruptions.
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In graphic novel format, follow Ruby the red blood cell as she travels through and explains the workings of the human circulatory system.
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In graphic novel format, follow Peter Pea as he travels through and explains the workings of the human digestive system.
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In graphic novel format, follow Bradley Bone as he travels through and explains the workings of the human muscular and skeletal systems.
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In graphic novel format, follow Nelly Neuron as she travels through and explains the workings of the human nervous system.
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In graphic novel format, follow Molly and Ollie Oxygen as they travel through and explain the workings of the human respiratory system.
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Concepts in American government brought to you in a kid-friendly, graphic/cartoon format, with irreverent art and concise text.
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