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The tragic story of two star-crossed lovers from different worlds comes to life in graphic novel format. Romeo, from the Montague family, and Juliet, of the ...
Children will learn how people are different and how they are alike by reading about the kinds of clothing worn in different climates and different cultures ...
OF COURSE you think Cinderella was the sweetest belle of the ball. You don't know the other side of the story. Well, let me tell you...This fractured fairy ...
Look at Gran and me! ...
Min Monkey ran down to the river. Is Big Green Crocodile down by the river, too? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Make Two Crocodiles.
Little Sea Horse is looking for food in a cave. Oh, no! Big Crab is in the cave, too. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, The Aquarium.
Get acquainted with the three countries that share North America in this introduction to Canada, Mexico and the United States.
What goes on a castle.
Learn about place value for two-digit and three-digit numbers as you read The Right Place.
Did you know that your body is home to more than 32 million kinds of germs? They live on your feet, in your nose, and even in your mouth! Learn more about the ...
No! said Kim. I will not brush my hair! ...
American bison live only in North America. Learn all about these grassland giants and their habitats in American Bison.
The bird can go up, the worm can go down.
This books uses simple, hands-on experiments with magnets and metals to teach readers how the scientific method works.
Put on sunglasses. Feel its warmth. It's time to learn about sunlight.
What moves fast? What moves even faster? Find out when you read this book.
Watch Out! introduces children to basic traffic signs and rules.
Why do tigers have stripes? Do they choose to have them, or is that just how they are? Adaptation and Survival explains what is meant by the fitness of an ...
In graphic novel format, text and illustrations explain how Earths movement causes day, night, and changes in the seasons.
Baby Dinosaur is hiding. Where is she? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Can You See It? ...
Carlos is looking for a puppy. Is this puppy for Carlos? ...
Readers practice number words as they count their way through a parade.
Find out how animals survive Earth's most extreme regions! From the rain-drenched treetops to the sun-starved forest floor, the rain forest is a tough place to ...
Snakes and lizards have many things in common because both are reptiles. However, they are different in many ways too. Find out how they compare in All About ...
Sailboats, seagulls, and picnics are just a few of the joys of summer.
How do animals survive in planet Earth's most extreme regions? Snow, ice, and subzero temps make the North and South Poles nearly impossible places to live.
Should you bring your umbrella to school today? What if there's a snowstorm? Weather forecasters gather the information that helps us stay safe, warm, and dry ...
England offers complete coverage of this fascinating country, including sections on history, geography, wildlife, infrastructure and government, and culture.
The zookeeper shows you the animal's at the zoo.
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