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All around the world, people live in many different kinds of environments. From huge, densely packed cities to remote villages, readers will explore the places people call home. They will discover what kind of jobs people do in different locations, what kind of homes they live in, and how they spend their free time. Prompts, call-outs, and questions within the text encourage children to compare and contrast their own day-to-day life experiences with the information presented.
What do you want to be when you grow up? This series invites children to imagine, learn, and pretend what jobs are like and the many possibilities they can choose from when they grow up. Young readers will enjoy learning about community helpers in this popular series.
While Big Bear and Little Bear are snuggled up for the night, a wild storm rages. The bears wake up to find that the wind has knocked down all of the trees in their forest, they'll have to move. Little Bear is distraught. He loves their home! But Big Bear helps him understand that home isn't where you are, but who you're with. Author and illustrator Petra Brown's sweet, superbly rendered characters and tender story are perfect for helping little ones deal with a move or change.
A sweetly poetic tribute to the interconnectedness of creatures and the natural world as well as humans and our loving relationships with one another is delicately rendered by artist Monique Felix.
How does your food get to the grocery store and to your table? Why do we eat certain foods and not others? This series answers those questions and more, looking at agriculture and geography as well as cultural practices and nutrition recommendations.
When trucker Jo hits the open road, her faithful little doggy pal, Big Al, is always with her. The two make a fine traveling team until Big Al gets distracted after a potty break at a rest stop and wanders off. In her rush to get back on the road, Jo doesn't realize her best buddy isn't in the truck cab. As soon as Big Al figures out what has happened, he is determined that nothing will distract him from his plan to wait for Jo to come back. Well, almost nothing. When you're a dog, it's easy to
Some animals look so alike, it's difficult to tell which is which! From alpacas and llamas to wasps and bees, readers will discover the similarities and differences between animals that are often confused for one another. Focused on 21st Century content, the Which Is Which? series encourages readers to ask questions, think more critically and creatively, and use their problem-solving skills.
White Lightning Books addresses a wide variety of themes and interests in a narrow range of reading levels. Encouragement and finding the theme to "hook" students is key. There is a broad range of interest and abilities in this age group, even with struggling readers. These are not YA or elementary books--a fact younger teens will appreciate. Each book is approximately 100 pages with covers that will appeal to young teen readers. The titles in the White Lightning series are designed in a similar
Take a look inside White Lightning Nonfiction, a hi-lo nonfiction series for students in the middle grades. Mature, high-interest topics pull in readers and engage them with interesting information; colour photographs and illustrations; detailed graphic elements including charts, tables, and infographics; and fascinating facts. A 20-word glossary is included for vocabulary support.
Whether in the ocean, on the prairie, or in the rain forest, it's eat or be eaten. This fascinating series explores the many links in a biome's food chain, introducing readers to producers, consumers, predators, and decomposers and exploring the role of each. Carefully levelled text and vibrant, full-colour photos support early fluent readers and make reading informational text easy and fun. Includes infographics, glossary, and index.