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Estimating introduces children to the times and places people make guesses about numbers.
People change the land in big and small ways. Whether it’s planting a garden or building a dam, we are always changing the land.
Counting Money introduces children to different coins and their values. It also shows children how to count combinations of coins.
Find out about simple machines and how we use them every day.
Looking at Rocks shows how the study of rocks can tell us about Earth. It also explores how people use different kinds of rocks.
There are all kinds of farms, and readers will learn about many of them when they read this book.
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 ...
What is a dog’s life really like? Find out as you read about how dogs work and play.
In this multicultural look at international holidays, children learn how people celebrate special days throughout the year in countries all around the world.
Fractions introduces beginning concepts such as half, thirds, and fourths by showing how parts of common items make a whole.
In Harvest Season, readers can find out how different crops are harvested when the time is right.
A child thinks of ways to have fun while waiting for the bus, at the doctor's office, and at other boring times during the day.
Leopard offers a special prize to the one who can count all of his beautiful spots, and is disappointed to find that many animals cannot count.
Read-it! Readers: The Life of Max; Max has a busy life, lots of places to go and people to see. A diverse group of children will make friends with Max and join ...
When an acorn hits her on the head, Chicken Little believes the sky is falling down and runs to tell the King and everyone she meets along the way.
While her friends are outside playing, Ashley must stay in and practice for her piano recital.
Retells the fable about an industrious ant that busily prepares for the approaching winter while a grasshopper makes no plans for the cold weather to come.
When a thirsty crow cannot drink from a pitcher because the water level is too low, she uses her ingenuity to solve the problem.
The little red hen finds none of the lazy barnyard animals willing to help her plant, harvest, or grind wheat into flour, but all are eager to eat the bread ...
Retells how the wolf's plan to get into the sheep pen backfires when the farmer butchers him for a lamb dinner.
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