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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.
Two little mice love to look at the moon. One morning, they wonder where the moon goes during the day, so they decide to search for it. What will they find—an orange, a balloon, or the marvellous moon? Cleverly placed die-cut holes make this beautifully illustrated adventure extra exciting for young children.
Follow these diverse characters as they guide readers through their neighbourhood, town, country, and continent. Each engaging storyline highlights key features of where people live, and fact boxes reinforce comparisons between different places. Fun stories, charming art, and key social studies curriculum help readers understand the world around them.
Henry is visiting his grandmother in the hospital. When his nanny has to take a call, he decides to go on alone. He knows Grandma well, after all. But the hospital is bigger than he thought, and his visit becomes an adventure: down hallways, up elevators, in and out of rooms. There are staff, patients, and equipment everywhere. Now Henry isn't sure he will find Grandma after all.
This is the perfect hospital book, seen through the eyes of Henry who finds friends, humor, lots of info
In one little town (it is sad but it's true),The tushies left town without leaving a clue."What happens when all the tushies in an unusual town decide to take a vacation?
Enjoy lively, colourful, fairy-tale-style fun with the Whiskers Sisters! Maya has antlers. Mia's a cat. And May can't quite talk yet. But they're all family! They live in the woods with their grandfather, the Guardian of the Forest—and they get into all kinds of adventures with the chatty animals that live nearby.
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.
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.