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Birds chirp. A dog barks. Thunder claps. We hear sounds all around us. But how? Sound waves travel through the air, but we don't see them. With engaging, on-level text and colourful images, readers will learn about sound and how we use it every day.
A school field trip. A pit filled to the brim with fossils. A valuable shark tooth over a million years old. And one bad boy who doesn't know better than to steal from mother nature. Modern-day sharks only live in the ocean, but Professor Igor proves that prehistoric shark bones can be found anywhere. And where there's bones, razor-sharp teeth aren't far behind . . . This series of hi-lo books is sure to sink its teeth into any reluctant reader--and refuse to let go until the final page.
Diego and Martin decide to skip school. They head to a nearby beach for a day filled with sun, fun and fishing. When clouds begin to dot the sky, the two boys worry they won't be able to work on their tans. When purple lightning strikes, they worry about getting rained on. And when tendrils emerge from a weird boater's mouth, they worry about their lives . . .
Two friends decide to sneak into an abandoned science laboratory to explore, only to find that the lab isn't empty after all. Strange security guards patrol the grounds. Even stranger, almost all of the doors inside are locked. And they keep hearing an eerie, chattering sound around every corner. When they try to leave, they realize that the place is more like a labyrinth than a laboratory - and like most labyrinths, this maze has a monster waiting at the finish line . . .
Welcome to Professor Igor's lab. Take a look at the unsettling specimens he keeps here and find out how he came to have them. Each one is a clue to a spooky story with a chilling twist. From living shark fossils to creepy arcade games, these thrilling tales are sure to send shivers down your spine! These special Express editions have reduced level text of ATOS 2.0 or lower. With exciting illustrations and gripping, page-turning text, they are sure to engross even the most reluctant of readers.
Kevin is tired of being ignored. No one in school ever seems to notice him, so he decides to win the school science fair prize--no matter what it takes. But Kevin soon finds himself up to his eyeballs in trouble. Readers won't be able to look away from the eye-popping conclusion of this tale from Professor Igor! This series of hi-lo books is sure to keep reluctant readers wide-eyed until the final page.
Jason wishes he were taller. He wishes his arms were longer. He wishes his nose were shorter. So when Jason discovers a bottle of so-called Skeleton Lotion in a strange shop, he buys it in the hope that it'll give him a killer bod. Sure enough the stuff works! But after a few days of using it, Jason begins to wonder about the side effects of this killer cure . . .
Sarah receives a package in the mail from her recently deceased grandfather: a life-size robotic version of him! Sarah enjoys spending time with robo-grandpa, but her mum thinks the invention is creepy. One night while Sarah sleeps, her mum sends the robot to the scrap heap - leaving only one hand behind. Sarah holds on to it as a memento of her beloved grandfather - but like Sarah, the hand has problems letting go . . .
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