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Ever wonder what inspired your favourite role model to rise to the top? This series introduces readers to some of the most inspiring people in recent times. Young people will learn about the lives and accomplishments of amazing people who reached for the stars and never gave up on their dreams. Each book contains information on the early lives of these role models as well as the inspirations and struggles they faced on their journeys to reach their goals.
Jack has a rather grizzly visitor arrive for lunch but they don't want to eat any of Jack's egg sandwiches. So what do bears eat for lunch? Jack is determined to find out what his bear visitor eats for lunch, if he doesn't want any egg sandwiches. Through quirky illustrations and funny dialogue, the bear tells Jack all about his lunchtime plans, until they're unexpectedly foiled.
A new baby in the family means a lot of changes--from late night diaper changes to learning new ways to play--but in this sweet offering from Brad Sneed, baby tells their older sibling just what to expect. This is a heartfelt celebration of those first months with baby and the genesis of the sibling bond.
Role models are all around us. People who do things to make life better for others can be role models. And some people are role models because they show us how to overcome challenges.
Role models may be all around us. People who do things to make life better for others may be a child's role model. Beginner Biography looks at great role models throughout history. Just in time for Black History, Summer Olympics, and Suffrage Centennial.
Science subjects can be difficult to understand for young learners. These Beginning Science titles will focus on topics having to do with ecology. Each title will introduce the topic and explain it in the simplest language possible. Carefully chosen photographs (labeled when needed!) promote subject comprehension.
These Beginning Science titles will focus on topics having to do with body functions. Sometimes, a body does gross things! Each title will introduce the topic and explain it in the simplest language possible. Carefully chosen photographs (labeled when needed) will promote subject comprehension. Aligned to Common Core standards & correlated to state standards.
Most things have a beginning and end that are easily identified. But what about all the steps in between? Each title in this low-level series allows early readers to follow a product's path from start to finish! Maps point out where each product begins its journey, while another feature displays the important elements needed to get a finished product. Life cycle charts offer readers a visual summary of what they have learned, and impact features highlight how each product affects the world.
Historical events can look different depending on your perspective. In the Behind the Curtain series, readers will come to understand different viewpoints by stepping into the shoes of central characters as they act out dramatic retellings of history's biggest moments. Written with simplified, considerate text to help struggling readers, this series is made to build confidence as readers engage and read aloud. Books in this series include a table of contents, glossary, index, author biography, sidebars, and timelines.
Frustrated. Fearful. Angry. Weary. These are some of the words African Americans have used to describe their feelings about being Black in America in 2020. Coupled with a pandemic that has disproportionately affected people of colour, police killings of Black men and women have heaped outrage on top of hurt. The Being Black in America series explores the events, the emotions, and the experiences that have forced a collective reckoning on race and racial injustice. Personal accounts and thoughtful narrative add context and depth to these volumes.