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Did you know that the average car has more than a dozen computers inside? Without computers and the coding that controls them, today's transportation would look a lot different. Young readers will love exploring how coding helps us get around in this fascinating read.
Thanks to Siri and Alexa, we've gotten pretty used to coding in our home. But did you know a company offered automation for lights and appliances as early as the 1970s? Check out the home automation of the past and the smart homes of the future in this fun read.
The World Series has decided the champion of Major League Baseball since 1903! 30 teams swing it out each year for a chance to take home the Commissioner's Trophy and become the champion of America's favorite pastime. Students will read about big hits, repeat champions, and much more in this exciting title.
The Stanley Cup is a traveling trophy! It moves between the players of the winning team. The Cup has been on boats and planes, and has even been overseas to support the U.S. troops! The rules and history of the action-packed Stanley Cup Finals are explained in this engaging title.
The first Super Bowl kicked off on January 15, 1967. The National Football League's Green Bay Packers defeated the American Football League's Kansas City Chiefs 35–10. Today, 32 teams battle through regular season in hopes of a chance at the Vince Lombardi Trophy. This title will take reluctant readers down the road to the championship and through the history of the league.
From typing your name to playing a song, everything you do on computers uses code. But how do computers understand what we're telling them? This engaging title introduces young readers to programming languages, binary code, and the history of early programming.
10) The Final Four
The Tarheels are down by two against the Bulldogs with minutes left to go. After a series of strategic moves and a slam dunk, North Carolina becomes the 2017 NCAA Men's Basketball Champion for the sixth time! It's games like these that make the NCAA tournament and the Final Four round unforgettable. In this action-packed title, striving readers will learn about the rules and history of the tournament while taking in exciting facts and records.
11) The NBA Finals
Bright lights shine on the court of Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals as LeBron James leads the Cavaliers against the Warriors. The game is neck-in-neck until, out of nowhere, James flies through the air to block a shot! The Cavaliers take home their first NBA Championship! In this book, readers will learn about the road to the finals and the championship's beginnings amidst action-packed photos.
12) Police officers
"Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces police officers to young readers through leveled text and related photos"--
13) Football Records
Did you know that Peyton Manning has passed for more touchdowns than any other player in NFL history? His amazing record may help him go down in history as one of the NFLs greatest quarterbacks. This and many other feats are highlighted in this exciting title about football records. Readers will enjoy learning impressive stats about some of the sport's most well-known players and teams. Narrative opening pull readers in with a close look at a specific...
Firefighters are brave in the face of danger. They must be strong and alert to get their work done. Firefighters rush into action to put out fires. They search burning buildings to make sure everyone is out safely. This informative title for young readers will ignite their interest in firefighters. There are some jobs that keep our communities' wheels spinning. Doctors and dentists help us stay healthy and strong. Police officers keep our streets...
15) Mail Carriers
Rain or shine, it is the duty of mail carriers to pick up and deliver letters, packages, and more. Mail carriers are often seen driving down streets in small trucks or hauling full mail from door to door. This informative title for young readers delivers facts about the important work of mail carriers.
16) Hockey Records
Wayne Gretzky's skills on the ice are known by hockey fans all around the world. The NHL player scored 894 goals during his career! While Gretzky may be the most famous hockey player, many others have claimed records in this fast-paced sport. This thrilling book features incredible hockey records that are sure to impress and inspire fans of the sport!
17) Baseball Records
Crack! The bat hits the baseball, and a new record has been set. Joe Dimaggio's record hitting streak--56 games in a row with a hit--has yet to be beat. It is one of the many baseball records highlighted in this fact-filled title that will excite and inspire fans of America's pastime!
Earth is the only planet in the solar system known to support life. Children will explore our home's water, atmosphere, and the diverse land features that make Earth a beautiful place to live!
Climbing to the top of the world is no small feat. For Edmund Hillary and his partner, reaching the top of Mount Everest took dedication, patience, and a whole lot of guts. With little oxygen to breathe and little energy to carry them further, discover their steps to success in this thrilling read for young students.
Levers are simple machines that make work easier. There are three different classes of levers. Students will learn what levers are, how the classes of levers differ, and how the construction of levers makes work easier.