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Who Helps? (Tadpole)

Police officers. Teachers. Bus drivers. Families. They help us learn, keep us safe, help us get around, and more. Who Helps? teaches children about these community helpers while helping them develop literacy skills. Carefully crafted text supports emergent readers, making sure they aren't facing too many challenges at once.

Who Lives Here? (Tadpole Books)

This series introduces children to animals from a variety of ecosystems while providing a fun and supportive reading experience. Repetitive text patterns feature high-frequency vocabulary and familiar content words, and a strong photo/text match further facilitates understanding. Who Lives Here? titles include tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.

Who Made My Lunch?

Ice cream might be your favourite dessert, but do you know how it's made? This series explains just that. Come along on the journey as common household foods travel from farm to factory to table. Learn how grapes are made into jelly and peanuts are made into peanut butter. With clear process explanations and charming illustrations, this series answers the questions of curious and hungry kids.

Who Made My Stuff?

Do you know how all your favourite things are made? This companion series to ôWho Made My Lunch?ö follows the journey that common household items make from raw materials to the factory and the store. With clear process explanations and charming illustrations, these books answer the question: who made my stuff?

Why Did the Farmer Cross the Road?

Farmer would just like to sleep in but his early morning slumbers are disturbed by his faithful companion, Donkey. And Donkey isn’t there to bid Farmer a good morning. As it turns out, the prospect of fun and food has lured the farm’s livestock to a local fair. Now it’s up to Farmer and Donkey to go round up the wayward critters before they can get into too much trouble. Or is it too late? Young readers will laugh out loud at the antics of the farmer’s chickens, goats, pigs, and one anxious cow

Wild About Animals (Bigfoot Books)

This series introduces readers to some of the most exceptional creatures of the animal kingdom, showing what makes them unique and interesting to study. Each title features informative side bars, detailed infographics, vivid photos, and a glossary.

Wild Animal Kingdom (Bolt)

Take readers beyond the zoo and into the habitats of the world's most intriguing animals. Diagrams, graphs, and other infographics give readers visual literacy practice while also digging into the animals' appearances, daily lives, and homes. This hi/lo series is perfect for cause/effect studies and understanding craft and structure. It truly is a wild animal kingdom out there.

Wild Bears

Vivid nature photos and simple, clear text describing bears’ behavior in the wild will delight young animal lovers. Bears around the world are shown in their wild habitats, giving the reader a glimpse into the lives of these diverse species. A glossary, a list of further resources, and an index make these books good resources for early report writers.

Wild Beast, The  

In this retelling of a popular folktale, the Creator makes a unique beast out of leftover animal parts when the universe is first formed.

Wild Cats

Young animal lovers will enjoy these easily accessible books featuring spectacular nature photography and descriptions of the wild cats' behaviour in their natural habitats. From the swimming jaguar to the climbing leopard, young readers will appreciate each species' unique features as well as learn what all wild cats have in common.