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"Introductory text and full-color images explore the physical characteristics and discovery of the planet Mars. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.
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"Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to the life cycle of a frog. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--
Every four years, the World Cup brings nations across the globe together in a competition to determine the world's best in soccer! Cheering fans, bright colors, and the famous FIFA trophy help to make the World Cup one of the most popular sporting events in the world. Experience the makings of the World Cup, how teams reach the final championship, and fun facts about the event in this low-level title.
"Engaging images accompany information about Minecraft. The combination of high-interest subject matter and narrative text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"--
"Simple text and full-color photography introduce beginning readers to humpback whales. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--
"Developed by literacy experts for students in grades three through seven, this book introduces young readers to the geography and culture of Venezuela"--Provided by publisher.
7) Sea Horses
Clinging below the ocean's surface are small creatures with horse heads and monkey tails. Sea horses may have parts that look like other animals, but they are their own unique specimen. In fact, sea horses are so extraordinary that the males give birth! Although sea horses are extremely slow swimmers, they will quickly enter the hearts and minds of curious, young readers!
Each of us has a destiny designed by God to fulfill. I believe God is calling His Church to unity. It is time that we prepare the ground for the Holy Spirit to fulfill Christs prayer before He went to the cross: Father may they be one, just as You and I are One (John 17:20-23). Jesus gave us a commandment, that we love one another as He does. Isnt it time we obeyed this command so that the walls of separation could fall? The world needs to see us...
The sense of smell is one of the most interesting human senses! A familiar scent may trigger forgotten memories. The smell of smoke warns of danger. The smell of cooking food may cause hunger! This is all thanks to the relationship between the nose and the brain. Young readers will unlock the mysteries of the human nose in this sweet title. Narrative openings surround readers with the featured sense. Photo labels visually define glossary terms and...
Doctors are important members of the community. People come to them to seek help for illnesses and injuries. Doctors carefully decide how to treat patients. They listen to people and find ways to help them feel better. This title will teach beginning readers about the work doctors do to help people stay healthy. There are some jobs that keep our communities' wheels spinning. Doctors and dentists help us stay healthy and strong. Police officers keep...
The largest human organ is skin! Every inch of skin is made up of millions of tiny receptors that allow us to feel the world around us. Each type of receptor has a job. Some tell us the texture of objects. Others sense temperature. Our sense of touch helps us live safely and comfortably. This title for young reader's highlights how we touch and why it is important. Narrative openings surround readers with the featured sense. Photo labels visually...
The human eye is a complex machine that allows us to see the wonders of the world! The fuel for this machine is light. Each part of the eye communicates with light to allow us to see. Young readers will light up as they learn about the different parts of the human eye and how they work in this fact-filled read.
There's much more to our ears than meets the eye! The human ear contains a chain of important links that work together to help us hear the world around us. From the ear's tiny bones to its fluid-filled cochlea, each part is important. In this title, young readers will learn about the small wonders inside the human ear.
From taking x-rays to fixing cavities, dentists work hard to help people smile. They teach about proper tooth and gum care, ease pain, and straighten teeth. This title about dentists will help young readers understand these caring community helpers.
Without the help of the nose, humans would only be able to recognize five types of tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and savory. But with our sense of smell, we are able to pass messages to the brain that identify specific flavors! Next time you dig into your favorite flavor of ice cream, remember it's your nose that is doing most of the tasting. This title about the connections between the food we eat and the flavors we enjoy will leave young readers...
Every day, students across the globe learn the skills and knowledge needed to live and work in their communities. The dedicated individuals who provide them with these skills and knowledge are teachers. Teachers work hard to prepare others for the future! In this title, young readers will learn about the work teachers do in this important profession.
Electricity powers light bulbs, televisions, refrigerators – even cars! Teeny-tiny electrons keep our big world running. In this title, early readers will explore the science behind electric currents, conductors, insulators, static electricity, and more.
It was the War of 1812, and the Battle of Baltimore raged! The Americans' valiant defense inspired Francis Scott Key to write a poem – and the Star-Spangled Banner was born. Readers will discover the origins of our national anthem in this engaging book.
Did you know the Pledge of Allegiance began as a children's magazine poem in 1892? Since then it has been recited in schools, courts, and more. This title introduces students to history and meaning of the Pledge.
Dinosaurs, the world's most notorious reptiles, became extinct a long time ago. However, their cold-blooded, scaly reptile relatives still creep around today. While people no longer have to fear the teeth of the Tyrannosaurus Rex, they still encounter the jaws of alligators, crocodiles, and snakes. Explore the reptile realm in this book for beginning readers.