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Half graphic novel. Half traditional text.
Introduces some common objects that are yellow in color including mustard, lemons and hard hats. Written in English and Spanish.
Introduces some common objects that are orange in color including carrots, pumpkins, and basketballs. Written in English and Spanish.
Introduces some common objects that are blue in color including blueberries, bluebirds, and blue jeans. Written in English and Spanish.
A counting book that presents a variety of creatures that live in the ocean. Written in English and Spanish.
Edward Teach, known far and wide as Blackbeard, holds the coast of North and South Carolina in a grip of terror. Lieutenant Maynard and his men of the Royal ...
While camping out, Hank and his best friend James hear loud explosions. Pearl Harbor is under attack! James wants to hide out, but Hank wants to capture the ...
What is near, and what is far? It all depends on where you are. Play around with near and far to see how these useful words put your world in place.
Which 3-D shape gives your birthday cake a golden glow? A cylinder! Have a blast finding cylinders that roll roads flat, feed a flock of birds, and make toys ...
Which 3-D shape can cool your drink or roll your next move? A cube! Have lots of fun finding all kinds of cubes—spotted, sweet, salty, frozen, or fuzzy! ...
Max Owens is Brooklyn's biggest baseball fan. On his birthday, September 28, 1955, Max's grandpa gives him the greatest gift of all: World Series tickets.
In the late 1970s, Skip Jenson just moved from California to a small town in Ohio. Although he doesn't fit in at first, the fifteen-year-old soon finds other ...
Look above you to see clouds. Dig below to find worms. Play around with above and below to see how these useful words put your world into place.
Which 3-D shape can blow in the wind, swim in the sea, or roll on the ground? A sphere! Have a ball spotting spheres in the sky, your fridge, and even your toy ...
In 1920, Howard Tucker is one of the smartest kids at Haskell Indian Boarding School. Unfortunately, this scrawny 15-year-old would rather hang with the jocks ...
The rivers of Alaska are flowing with gold, so Ethan and his family leave their comfortable home to seek their fortune. They must brave an avalanche, cross an ...
Davis Miller is a puny, little mouse at Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. At least that's what the other students call the 4' 7" ...
When Anton Fox is sentenced to community service on Martin Luther King, Jr., Day, he thinks it's just a punishment fit for someone who'll never do any better.
Sixteen-year-old Lam Hung was once a member of the Viet Cong. Now he's a Kit Carson Scout for U.S. Marines, ordered to steer the troops safely around ...
Introduces some common objects that are purple in color including jelly, cabbage, and flowers. Written in English and Spanish.
Introduces some common objects that are red in color including cherries, red licorice, and stop signs. Written in English and Spanish.
The British are coming! Fourteen-year-old Daniel wants to join the militia and fight against the redcoats. His father wants him to stay in Concord, ...
In 1836, 15 year-old Cal and his mother ride across the Texas countryside. Suddenly, they spot thousands of Mexican soldiers approaching on the horizon. Cal ...
Introduces some common objects that are green in color including plants and frogs. Written in English and Spanish.
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