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Justin really wants to race go-karts. But his big brother says he is too little. Poor Justin! Will he ever get to race?Connect to the nonfiction text pair, A ...
Milly has come to live with Ned and his family. But Milly has gone missing. Where can she be? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, The Senses.
Lucy is going to be a pirate in the school play. But how should she act? Who will help Lucy to be the best pirate ever? Connect to the nonfiction text ...
Let's make a rock pool. You can make your sea animals go up and down. Connect to the fiction text pair, Our Special Rock Pool.
Find out what makes insects and spiders amazing. Connect to the fiction text pair, Stella the Spider.
Two children have an eventful visit to a planetarium with their dad and grandma. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Space and Our Solar System.
Some plants and animals are alike. Some are different. Find out the ways they are alike and different. Connect to the fiction text pair, Lea's New Kittens.
Did you know that it takes more muscles to frown than it does to smile? Muscles are strong, stretchy tissues in the human body that help us move and even ...
Our teeth help us in many ways, and we need to take good care of them. Look inside this book to find out how. Connect to the fiction text pair, Wibbly Wobbly ...
Describes the Silk Road, including its location, geography, and use as a trade route. Connect to the fiction text pair, Pepper's Travels with Marco Polo.
Africa is an amazing continent! Discover Africa's people, places, animals, and landforms. Connect to the fiction text pair, The Tortoise and the Birds.
Why were pyramids built? What do they look like inside? What kinds of things have been found in pyramids? Explore the mysteries of history through the ancient ...
All animals have adaptations that help them survive. From webbed feet to sharp spines, learn all about the ways animals adapt to life in their habitats.
Animals have legs, tails, and wings. They have ears and noses, too. Learn all about animal body parts. Text Pair Where Are You, Rusty? ...
Find out about baby animals coming out of eggs—birds, crocodiles, ostriches, and turtles. Connect to the fiction text pair, Baby Dinosaur and the Egg.
Learn about different animals and the food they eat. Connect to the fiction text pair, Molly Mouse has a Party.
Discuss different types of migrating animals and they amazing routes they travel during migration. Connect to the fiction text pair, Marvin and the Monarch ...
Jimmy and his mum help at Mrs Rosso’s Animal Rescue Shelter. Read Jimmy’s letter to his Aunty Pam, telling her all about the shelter.Connect to the fiction ...
It is a hot day! See what the duck, dog, cat, rabbit, and pigs do to stay cool. Connect to the fiction text pair, Gus Is Too Hot.
Find out how the frog, bug, bird, snake, and other animals hide. Connect to the fiction text pair, Ben Is Hiding.
Lots of animals make their homes in the city. Meet some of them and find out how they find food and stay safe. Connect to the fiction text pair, Squirrel Joins ...
The girls help their gran with the animals on her farm. Connect to the fiction text pair, Petting Zoo Animals.
Read Nick’s letter to his Uncle Jarrad. Find out about Nick’s school project. It is all about animals with fins and animals with fur. Connect to the fiction ...
Ben is at the aquarium. Look out, Ben! Here is a big gray shark. Connect to the fiction text pair, Little Sea Horse and the Big Crab.
A girl makes a picture and is surprised by a friendly bee.
Here is a little dog. And here is a big dog. The big dog is the mother. Connect with the fiction text pair, The Little Puppies.
Mom and the baby come home from hospital. There are lots of things to do to take care of the baby. Connect to the fiction text pair, Ben and the Baby.
Baby Dinosaur can play. The little dinosaur can play, too. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, My Dinosaurs.
Baby Dinosaur is asleep in the nest. Little Ant is playing on Baby Dinosaur’s back, going up and down. Then Little Ant goes to sleep with Baby Dinosaur. ...
Baby Dinosaur sits and waits before she goes in the grass, cave, and log. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, I Can Wait.
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