Science & Nature Biological Sciences Books

101 Facts... BEARS! Bear Books for Kids - Amazing Facts, Photos & Video Links. (101 Animal Facts Book 3)

IP Factly presents... "101 Facts... BEARS!"

Amazing facts, photos and video links to some of the world's most lovable animals.



Bear books for children - a fun and fascinating way for young readers to find out more about these highly intelligent creatures.

This bear book for kids mixes facts, photos and even includes a video clip section.

IP Factly's 101 Facts series has been designed to encourage and bolster independent reading.

Accompanying webpage with video clips

This book provides fact after fact for information hungry children to tell family and friends, and even has an accompanying webpage with video clips of the bear species in the book.

The videos are split into bear species to further encourage independent reading and learning.

It makes learning fun and gives a real reason for children to want to read by themselves. Kids will love discovering animal facts to share and enjoy.

The video links mean children come back again and again, naturally developing their reading and learning skills (early kindle models don't support video but the safe website link is given).

Fascinating Facts Include...

The giant short-faced bear existed up until 11,000 years ago. It is believed to be the largest carnivorous mammal to have ever lived.

A bear's sense of smell is seven times better than a bloodhound's!

In spite of being classified as carnivores, about 75% to 85% of a bear's diet is made up of plants.

Bears do eat honey, although they do not like it as much as Winnie the Pooh does. In fact, they prefer to eat the baby bees when they do stumble upon a beehive.

Contrary to popular belief, bears are not nocturnal. In fact, most of them are active during the day.

Bears tend to walk in their own tracks. This means that an area frequented by bears may have only one set of tracks, but the paw prints will appear sunken as if they have been beaten into the soil.

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Biology: Best Self Teaching Biology Guide for Dummies, Understand the Human Science the Best Way (Biology, Biology Guide, Biology For Beginners, Biology For Dummies, Biology Books)



Biology: Best Self Teaching Biology Guide for Dummies

Study & Understand the Human Science with Deceptive Images And Lite Descriptions !

This book contains a comprehensive, self-teaching, easy-to-grasp biology lesson and guide. With ilte descriptions and highly deceptive images, you'll learn everything you need to know about biology basics.

The term "biology" was derived from the Greek words bios, meaning life, and logos, meaning study. Biology is literally the study of life. It is a branch of natural science that includes the anatomy, physiology, morphology, and origin of living organisms. Organisms encompass all living entities that either consist of one cell--like bacteria and protozoa--or multiple cells, such as plants and animals.

There are three major branches of biology, each of them based on different life forms: zoology, botany, and microbiology. Biology was established on four foundations of study: cell theory, evolution, gene theory, and homeostasis.

Biology covers many more areas of study which this book seeks to put together in one place in a way that makes the science easy to follow and understand.

What You're Going to Learn:

Atoms and MoleculesCells: The Building Blocks of LifeCell Cycle and Cell DivisionLaws of ThermodynamicsPhotosynthesisPlant Structures and NutritionGeneticsBiological Molecules... And Much More!

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Nature Calls: a yearly nature spotting guide (preschool nature wild animals picture book)

Do you know what is in your garden? who slinks around your park? which animals leave footprints in the snow? and what noises they make? Nature Calls gives you a sneaky peak into the lives of wild animals and birds that live in Britain all year round and some, that are just visiting. A nonfiction nature and science book for everyone aged over 3.

Q&As with the author:

Q. What makes Nature Calls special?

A. I spent many hours listening to bird audio and animal noises and interpreted them into words (phonics), so when you are looking at this nature spotter with your children, you can learn to recognise what each one sounds like. You can often hear birds or animals without actually seeing them, so this is a great way to identify who is in the bushes or high up in the trees.

If you'd like a copy of this free nature book as a children's ebook, all you have to do is download it. If you'd like a signed paperback copy, just have a look at my website store. Nature Calls is perfect for preschool children from age 3 years and over.

Q. Why should I give your books a try?

A. I have been an illustrator for nearly a zillion years (or so it feels!) and I LOVE drawing wildlife. I always 'see' a book before I write it, and you will know what I mean when you have a look at my books. I am also intensely interested in education - so I always slip a sneaky way to learn things into my stories. My customers and reviews tell me how much they love my books, how 'each page is a smorgasbord, a real treat for little readers' and 'I could not wait to turn the pages and see the antics, marvellous illustrations. This is a must read for all small people, and their grandparents.'

Q. Do you have other books?

A. Yes - loads, and all but The Golden Stone can be purchased as paperback books too.

Vincent and the Vampires

Royal Fleas

Wally and Bert, Bffs

The House on Hare Hill

Flossie Bonce

Bluebell's New School

The Golden Stone

Fidget (new release)

Check out my website:

https://www.julesmarrinerbooks.com

The frozen planet

This 7-hour free course introduced the frozen planet, including polar temperatures, the seasons, graphs and maps, and definition of the polar regions.

Groups and teamwork

This 20-hour free course looked at the dynamics of working in a group. It showed how to build relationships, manage a project and lead effectively.

On the Origin of Species: By Means of Natural Selection

A seminal historic work that has never been out of print, this book contains the text of the sixth edition, the last edition published during Darwin's lifetime and the last to include his own amendments. With over 100 contemporary natural history illustrations, many drawn from the findings of the seminal Beagle voyage, this is a world-changing text read by millions of people that continues to be at the heart of debate on the origin and evolution of mankind. The text is preceded by a detailed introduction to Darwin's life and work, setting out the major themes that follow and describing their impact. Highly illustrated with attractive contemporary images, this book contains a detailed contents, glossary and index to enable the reader to find their way about the work. Anyone with an interest in the work of Charles Darwin. This hardback book has 384 pages and measures: 23.5 x 19 x 3cm.

Why We Should Go Vegan

We should go vegan! That is the unambiguous conclusion of this short book. This conclusion is reached through a broad examination of the consequences of our not being vegan - both in relation to human health, environmental pollution, the risk of the spread of diseases, and in relation to the animals we farm and kill. On all these levels the conclusion is clear: We have no good reason to not go vegan, while we have many good reasons to stop our practice of raising, killing and eating animals and things from them. The bottom line: We have a strong ethical obligation to go vegan, and that is true even if we only care about ourselves and our fellow human beings. "Magnus Vinding makes a compelling case for ending the abuse of other sentient beings. What will we tell our grandchildren? ("But I liked the taste?")" - David Pearce, founder of BLTC Research and co-founder of Humanity+, author of 'The Hedonistic Imperative'. "An excellent concise statement of the arguments for going vegan." - Peter Singer, Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, author of 'The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty' and 'Animal Liberation'.

Finley the Fish: Short Stories, Games, Jokes, and More! (Fun Time Series for Beginning Readers)

Are you looking for a kid's or children's book that is highly entertaining, great for early readers, and is jam-packed with bedtime stories, jokes, games, and more? This children's storybook has it all!Finley is a shy fish. He has a hard time making friends because he is so shy, but his best-friend Barney is always by his side. Follow the adventures of Finley and Barney! This is an excellent read for beginning and early readers. Each story is easy to read and exciting with ute and bright illustrations for younger readers.This book is especially great for traveling, waiting rooms, and read aloud at home.Fun games and puzzles includedExcellent for beginning and early readersCute short stories that are great for a quick bedtime storyFunny and hilarious jokes & illustrations for kidsThis story is great for a quick bedtime story and to be read aloud with friends and family.Your child will be entertained for hours!Story List & Activities: Finley the FishFinley's Best Friend, BarneyGeorge the Green FishFinley Meets a SharkFinley Meets the Colorful FishJust for Fun ActivityFunny Jokes for KidsGames and PuzzlesGame and Puzzle SolutionsScroll up and click 'buy' and spend some quality time with your child!

Biology

Demystifying Cancer Biology: What Cancer Actually Is and the Science Behind Its 'Success' (Clarity in Science, Book 1)

Demystifying Cancer Biology is a mini-textbook with a difference - using clear, easy-to-understand language, this audiobook will break down the barriers to understanding the complex world of the cellular and molecular biology of cancer.



Cancer biology is a highly specialized subject area that is rife with jargon and acronyms, and it requires a strong foundation in understanding the processes underlying cell growth, division, survival, and movement. Demystifying Cancer Biology will help the listener build this foundational knowledge through the use of everyday analogies and metaphors.



As a lecturer, I structure my cancer biology teaching around Hanahan and Weinberg's classic review article describing the six fundamental hallmarks of cancer (Hanahan and Weinberg, 2000) because it gives students a broad understanding of the science of how cancer cells successfully colonize the host. However, I often found that students struggled to understand it because of the introduction of new terminology and the heavy use of jargon.



Ever the scientist, I decided to experiment with rewriting elements of this review article as blog posts, illustrating the hallmarks of cancer using everyday analogies and metaphors to help break down their barriers to understanding. By drawing comparisons between the characteristics of cancer cells with concepts students would be familiar with, such as likening the growth of cancer cells with the process of making pizza, students were able to grasp the basic concept in advance of the lecture and more readily keep up during the lectures.



The feedback I received from my students was fantastic, and so I have extended this series of blog posts and brought them together into an edited audiobook.