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Susan Blackaby started writing in Mrs. Nichols' third grade class at Green Gables. She didn't think of becoming a writer until she had tried a few other things, including goat milking and weaving. Over the past 20 years, Susan has written textbooks, workbooks, and readers by the dozen for kids in elementary school. In 2002, her first trade book, Rembrandt's Hat, was named one of the top ten picture books of the year by the Washington Post. Susan lives in Portland, Oregon, with two people, two labs, and the nicest kitty in the world.
Leaves use sunlight to make energy, and when the sun fades, leaves burst into color.
Content-based Read-it! Readers are perfect for the independent reader or to read aloud. Engaging plots and fun characters will show kids how science skills are ...
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Grandpa is having a birthday party, and it's Meg's job to do the grocery shopping. Will she find her way through the maze of aisles and rows using Mom's map? ...
Jessie's worried she'll never be able to find her way around her new neighborhood. To her, it's a crazy maze of avenues, streets, and intersections. But then ...
Todd makes a map for Fire Safety Week. It shows the escape routes his family needs to take in case their house catches fire. The map works well during a drill, ...
Allie is all set to ride her bike! She has all her safety gear, including a new pink helmet. But riding a bike is a lot harder than it looks… ...
Mom has a gift for Greg, but what is it? He keeps asking questions to find out… Follow along with the clues! ...
Jake loves to skate. He skates here and there. Find out what happens when Jakes tries to skate everywhere! ...
Drew needed some clothes. His mom gave him all of his brother's old clothes. Will Drew get any new clothes? ...
Brad's sister is lucky. Everything she has is new. Is there something new that Brad has that Sis does not? ...
Coco the dog goes everywhere with Mama and the new baby, but at the end of the day Coco and the baby want different things.
Syd has a hard time deciding what color she wants to paint her room.
Kim has a bad morning when she wakes up late and loses a tooth, but the next morning she feels much better.
Ricky and Nicky are twins. They do everything together and look a lot alike. How can you tell these twins apart? ...
After trying to fly his kite in different places, Riley finally finds the perfect spot.
Easy-to-read text describes Lucy's two very different dogs.
Dan has forgotten something very important while setting the table for supper.
Easy-to-read text describes Joe and Dad's attempts to catch fish for dinner.
Jen uses a ball with the game to which the ball belongs, including kickball, baseball, football, and basketball.
All about the adventures that occur when Meg takes her dog Peg for a walk.
Grandpa, Mom, and Dad try to cheer Ben up while Grandpa packs up to move.
After being kidnapped by a toad, a beautiful girl no bigger than a thumb has many adventures and makes many animal friends before meeting the perfect mate just ...
Joe and his mother go to the grocery store and buy everything they need for lunch.
Judy goes on a field trip to the zoo with her first grade class.
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