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This monkey is for me! Connect to the fiction text pair, Min Monkey.
The best tool for finding people and places is a map. Learn which type of map can give you the details you're looking for.
Discusses what the U.S. constitution is, how it was created, and why it is important.
This book, part of the Alphabet Connections series, teaches phonemic awareness and letter recognition by introducing the letter T. The theme of the book is ...
Introduce young scientists to the basics of pulleys. Through charming illustrations and simple, easy-to-follow text, this nonfiction book introduces ...
Grab a map, and unlock the secret to those tiny pictures. Learn how to find where to go using symbols and keys.
Communities are full of people and places to see. Take a look at some communities in my world! ...
Look close! Two baby bears are sleeping in a hollow log. Dens keep baby animals hidden and safe. Through delightfully simple text and bright, close-up photos, ...
Find out how to make a ladybug puppet using two paper plates, painting them red, and sticking on the head, legs, feelers, spots, and eyes. Connect to the ...
Children learn about a day in the life of a firefighter by reading about all of the things firefighters do.
The Statue of Liberty is the tallest woman in the United States and one of the country’s most beloved symbols of freedom. Listen as park ranger Jeanetta tells ...
Look inside! You will see the old days and now. Connect to the fiction text pair, Dad's Old Photo Book.
An introduction to the important job of mail carriers. Through fun illustrations and easy-to-read text, this nonfiction picture book describes what a mail ...
With engaging photos and patterned text, books in this series are perfect for introducing emergent readers to the topic of opposites. In Hard and Soft readers ...
Escaping from a tall tower using one's hair is SO fairy-tale old school. THIS STEM-smart Rapunzel uses the brain beneath her hair to educate her prince (and ...
The little boy is safe at the pool, at the beach, on the swing, and in the car. Baby is safe, too! Connect to the fiction text pair, Lea Can Swim.
We look at different places and objects along a city street.
We all have a birthday. You have a birthday, too. Connect to the fiction text pair, Lea's Birthday.
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.
Here is my big sandwich. Connect to the fiction text pair, Lea is Hungry.
The important science concept of plant growth is featured in this beautiful, easily accessible book on flowers. Clear photographs and simple, engaging text ...
It's time for some math "ant-ics"! Illustrated with cut-out photos on striking, colorful backgrounds to retain reluctant mathematician's interest, this book ...
Have you ever been to a museum? In Let’s Go to the Museum!, you will learn about many different types of museums. While you’re finding out what you will see at ...
Who's that hiding in the tree? It's a panda! Learn about giant pandas with this fun and simple nonfiction picture book! All Little Pebble books have an ...
There have always been many different ways to communicate with other people, both in the past and the present. Today there are more ways to communicate than ...
Why do you have to wait in line? What should you say when the waiter brings your food? Find out how you can use good manners in public.
Should you remove your shoes at the door? Find out how good manners make visiting a friend’s house fun for everyone.
Three wheels? No roof? What did the first cars look like? This book is a trip through car history.
This beautiful and simple label book introduces young readers to the names of different plants and their parts.
Should your baby sister play with your library book? Find out how good manners can help everyone enjoy library books.
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