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It takes courage and a sense of fair play to be a leader. Find out about four great Americans who found themselves leading the way when they took action to ...
Find out how inventions such as the lightbulb and the automobile have changed the way we live by reading Then and Now.
Amazon Adventure features animals and plants that live in the rain forest. It also explores the ways people use rain forest resources.
Patterns are all around us, and readers will be more adept at Finding Patterns in their world after they enjoy this book.
Healthy Eating describes each food group, including common foods in every group and how eating from all of the groups is important for good health and strong ...
It’s easy to Share and Be Fair if you understand division. Readers will get a chance to review their division facts in this problem-solving book.
Find out the differences between flat and solid shapes in this beginning geometry book.
Readers learn many ways to consider the idea of 100 as they practice skip-counting, estimating, and measuring their way from 1 to 100.
People can get a lot done when they work together. Find out how cooperation can benefit everyone in Lend a Hand.
In Forest Doubles, readers will learn about animals that live in the forest. They will also learn how to multiply by two as they count up the animals they see.
Take a walk through the neighborhood and enjoy a few treats—and learn about spending money and making change as you go.
Compare animals of different sizes and types in this book about opposites.
Stone is strong—and useful too. Find out how many different kinds of stone are used to build many different kinds of structures.
No matter where they live, people find ways to use the land and water around them for food, shelter, and transportation. Take a look at some examples in Where ...
Learn about the difference between standard and metric measurement, along with some common measurement tools we use every day in Measure by Measure.
Look and Learn—that’s what scientists do when they use microscopes and other tools that make small things look bigger or faraway things look closer.
Where does money come from and why do we need it? Find out the answers to these and other questions about money as you read this book.
Discover America’s natural beauty in this exploration of some of its most famous and diverse national parks.
Many of America’s most loved symbols are monuments built from stone. Find out more about these historical markers and the stones they come from in History ...
Learn about some animals that are in danger of becoming extinct and what people are doing to Save the Animals.
This beginning science book introduces the concept of matter and its three changing forms: solids, liquids, and gases.
Exercise is good for everybody, people and animals. Find out how humans and animals move in similar ways in Everybody Moves.
By looking at real-world examples, readers will learn why squares, triangles, hexagons and trapezoids are Tiling Shapes in this book about geometry.
Learn about the history of flying machines, from hot air balloons to jets, in To Fly in the Sky.
Find out how shoes have changed through history, beginning with simple sandals and ending with today’s specialized footwear.
Learn how people use computers for work, study, and fun in this beginning look at technology.
Find out about a year in the life of the plants and animals in the Sonoran Desert in this book about Desert Seasons.
Find out how Native Americans introduced European settlers to corn and how it has become an important crop to people and animals around the world as you read ...
As the title suggests, The Moon Book tells students about our moon and the astronauts who have seen it in person.
Find out how oranges start out on trees and end up on breakfast tables in Oranges: From Fruit to Juice.
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