First Step Nonfiction — Animal Adaptations

Introduce the concepts of adaptation and habitat to beginning readers. Each title presents the animals found in a specific habitat and invites readers to explore how the animals are adapted to their surroundings.

Cover: What Can Live in a Desert?
Cover: What Can Live in the Ocean?
Cover: What Can Live in the Mountains?
Title   Lexile GRL ATOS Format Qty
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  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
  • New! Spring 2019
Title   Lexile GRL ATOS Format Qty
What Can Live in a Desert? 560 J 2.5
What Can Live in a Forest? 540 J 2.4
What Can Live in a Grassland? 540 J 2.3
What Can Live in a Lake? 610 J 2.5
What Can Live in the Mountains? 560 J 2.5
What Can Live in the Ocean? 510 J 2.3
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
  • New! Spring 2019

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First Step Nonfiction — Animal Adaptations

Introduce the concepts of adaptation and habitat to beginning readers. Each title presents the animals found in a specific habitat and invites readers to explore how the animals are adapted to their surroundings. View →