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Max cannot get muddy. Oh, no! Where is he going? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Baby Farm Animals.
Nick and his family decide to clean up all the garbage at Shelly Beach on Sunday.Nick makes a poster to ask children at school to help, but nobody stops to ...
It's my birthday and I can play.
Lea runs into the maze, and Dad goes in to look for her. Lea gets lost, so Dad tells her to stop where she is and he finds her. Connect to the nonfiction ...
Tessa is spending the night in her new tent, but she can’t sleep because of all the nighttime noises. Luckily, her mom gives her a pair of ear-muffs and she ...
Oh, no! Carl the corn snake is out of his big glass box. Will Maya and Sam find him? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, The Environment Park.
There are three new kittens at Lea’s house. And they like to run around! Will they play all day or will they sleep? Look inside to find out! Connect to the ...
Find out about four special celebrations around the world: Diwali in India, Chinese New Year, the Yam Festival in Africa and Shichi-Go-San in Japan. Learn ...
Kate is looking for the balloons. Where are they? Are they with Max? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Big Balloon.
We look at a variety of bugs and animals in their environments.
Pippa is in the garden. Oh, no! She is eating the flowers.
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.
I am going all around.
All the children are making chocolate balls. It's lots of fun.
Today is Lea's birthday. Happy birthday! said Dad. Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Birthdays Around the World.
Jess looked in the mirror. Will his little tooth come out? ...
The balloon is getting bigger and bigger in the sun. Connect to the fiction text pair, Max and the Balloons.
Kate is looking for a lost sock. Is it in here? Connect to the nonfiction text pair, Shopping for Socks.
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.
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.
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.
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 ...
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 ...
A girl makes a picture and is surprised by a friendly bee.
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.
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