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Meet Tip and Tucker! These hamsters are best friends and like to stick together. But while little Tip is sometimes nervous about new situations, Tucker likes to explore and see new things.
Teens on extreme sports adventures face life-or-death situations when something goes wrong with their gear or the weather. To survive, they must rely on their athletic skills and quick thinking.
Climb in, buckle up, and hold on tight! Whether towing or off-roading, these powerful trucks will take you where you need to go. This series for reluctant readers explores how the toughest trucks on the road are used for work and play.
Faded words on yellowed newsprint tell stories of an Apache war party led by a she-wolf. For the frontier newspaperman, Kepler, the accounts beckon him to finish the quest he started in the Colorado mountains. In a battle fought with silver bullets and fire, will Kepler's courage be enough?
In this young adult novel, Greta and her twin brother are abandoned by their father and stepmother, and Greta struggles with the confusion and shame she feels after being raped.
Meet the accident-prone T-Rex. First he loses his glasses, then he has one disaster after another: he can't tell his breakfast toast from a slipper, then he mistakes a prehistoric owl for his bath towel! A laugh-out-loud tale from legendary picture book duo Willis and Ross.
When she was three, Alena's activist mother died. She's been raised by her half-brother and his boyfriend in east London, which is under attack by a lone bomber. Alena wants to know what her mother was like but her brother won't tell her anything. Alena gets more and more angry until she does something truly rebellious that costs her brother his job and threatens the very stability of her family. After years of being a good girl, Alena discovers she can be a troublemaker, just like her mother. Now she must figure out what sort of trouble is she willing to get into to find out what she needs to know.
Could you survive being stranded at sea? What about a plane crash in the middle of the jungle? Each book in the True Survival series explores a shocking survival story. Books are written with a high interest level and lower level of complexity to serve more mature students reading at lower levels. Clear visuals, colourful photographs (including images of the survivors!), and considerate text help with comprehension and wild facts hold the readers' interest from the first page to the last.
With a family that loves music as much as hers does, it was only a matter of time before it was Ava's turn to pick out an instrument. Her mother plays the piano, her father plays the violin, and one brother plays the cello while the other plays the clarinet. As soon as Ava selects an instrument, she will be able to join them as they practice for the annual holiday concert. And her family has definite ideas on what instrument Ava should select, from the piano to the flute to the violin. But Ava isn't interested in any of them. Ava wants to play the tuba. And she gets her wish. But playing the tuba isn't as easy as it seems. And there is no place for a tuba in the annual concert. But with the encouragement of her music teacher, Ava finds a place for her and her tuba in a special holiday celebration.
The Tween Emergent Reader Libraries will motivate struggling readers to pick up a book, start reading, and keep reading. But this series features topics and genres particularly of interest to upper elementary and middle school students. Planned as a three-box set, with books written at emergent and beginning reader levels, this unique new collection contains the books you have been searching for: high-interest fiction and non-fiction selections in sets that include both literary genres and content-specific themes.