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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.
When a little girl gets the words mixed up to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and Mary Had a Little Lamb, Star loves being Mary's new beloved pet. But Lamb doesn’t appreciate his new "starring" role. Will the mix-up ever be set right?
Even the most rigorous training would not prepare young readers for the sheer amount of intel they will uncover about six of the most secretive U.S. Special Forces. Each title covers the chronology of the special ops force and supplements the main narrative with “Force Fact” side bars about such topics as weaponry, facilities, and popular culture references. From historical missions and controversial calls to details about equipment and selection processes, this series aims to inform!
Animals can be sneaky. But do you know who is especially sneaky? Undercover ostriches! They're everywhere, and they're masters at going undetected. You've probably seen one and just assumed it was another woodpecker or owl. The narrator of this book is on the case, following a single ostrich on his many adventures. Not until the final twist does author and illustrator Joe Kulka let the readers in on the narrator's true motivation: a peanut collection mission involving undercover elephants.
This dynamic series introduces young readers to the three levels of government in Canada and its impact on daily life. It also explores the rights and responsibilities of citizens. Colourful flowcharts and diagrams illustrate government processes, while sidebars examine contemporary issues and invite readers to think critically about modern Canadian politics.
To truly understand the world?s major religions one needs to understand what people within each faith believe, how they practice their faith, and what rules they live by. The Understanding World Religions series explores these important aspects of religion as well as the origins of each faith and some of the challenges faced in the modern age.
Dans cet album, un enfant aide ses grands-parents à s’adapter à un changement difficile de leurs capacités.
Abby hates doing homework. In fact, she'll do whatever it takes to get out of it-like using her homework to make a baby universe! She finds some instructions in her dad's study, works up lots of energy, and, with the help of her dog, Comet, creates one. She's tempted to escape into the universe-where she's sure she wouldn't have to do homework ever again-but ultimately decides to stay right where she is with the family she loves.
This collection of stories, proverbs, and poems about trees from around the world reveals that a tree?s roots not only go down deep into the earth, but its branches also reach up and out into the universe, connecting us all.
The Unofficial Guides series explores the various aspects of today's most popular games and programs including LEGO Mindstorms and Minecraft. Each collection covers topics ranging from basic to advanced. This series is perfect for the hands-on techie.