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Write Me a Poem

The conventions of poetry may seem imposing, but a good poem can be enjoyed at any age. This series is geared toward the early elementary learner who may be encountering literary forms and terms for the first time, teaches by example, showing how poets use language in playful and effective ways to create meaning. The friendly illustrations add another layer of approachability, and each book invites the reader to Write Me a Poem based on a key idea outlined earlier.

Write On, Irving Berlin!

Escaping persecution for being Jewish, the Baline family fled Russia and arrived by ship in New York City harbour in September 1893. Little Israel Isidore Baline is only five years old. After arriving at Ellis Island, the first stop for all immigrants, Israel and his family are ready to begin a new life in America. His family settles in the Lower East Side and soon Israel (now nicknamed Izzy) starts school. And while he learns English, he is not a very good student. According to his teachers he

X-Books: Fighters

X-Books are for kids who love facts-especially in bite-sized portions and about fascinating, true subjects. As plentiful images and graphical representations stimulate visual perception, readers will be drawn into learning how to use informational texts. Each title is framed by a signature Top 5 countdown feature that not only serves as an example of sequential order but also narrates a brief story within the main topic: in X-Books: Fighters, these side bars summarize the extraordinary true tale

X-Books: Insects

X-Books are for kids who love facts-especially in bite-sized portions and about fascinating, true subjects. As plentiful images and graphical representations stimulate visual perception, readers will be drawn into learning how to use informational texts. Each title is framed by a signature Top 5 countdown feature that not only serves as an example of sequential order but also narrates a brief story within the main topic. Count down the world?s most extreme insects, and launch a lifetime of readi

X-Books: Predators

X-Books are for kids who love facts-especially in bite-sized portions and about fascinating, true subjects. As plentiful images and graphical representations stimulate visual perception, readers will be drawn into learning how to use informational texts. Each title is framed by a signature Top 5 countdown feature that not only serves as an example of sequential order but also narrates a brief story within the main topic: in X-Books: Predators, these side bars summarize the extraordinary true tal

X-Books: Reptiles

X-Books are for kids who love facts-especially in bite-sized portions and about fascinating, true subjects. As plentiful images and graphical representations stimulate visual perception, readers will be drawn into learning how to use informational texts. Each title is framed by a signature Top 5 countdown feature that not only serves as an example of sequential order but also narrates a brief story within the main topic. Count down the world's most extreme reptiles, and launch a lifetime of read

X-Books: Weather

X-Books are for kids who love facts especially in bite-sized portions and about fascinating, true subjects. As plentiful images and graphical representations stimulate visual perception, readers will be drawn into learning how to use informational texts. Each title is framed by a signature Top 5 countdown feature that not only serves as an example of sequential order but also narrates a brief story within the main topic: in X-Books: Weather, these side bars summarize extraordinary encounters peo

Yark, The

A very funny and cheerfully subversive chapter book about a monster who eats children. This hairy monster dreams of child buffets—ham of boy, orphan gratin, breaded babies, girl rillettes. But he has a problem: his delicate stomach can only tolerate nice children; liars give him heartburn and savages spoil his teeth. There are not nearly enough good, edible children around to keep him from starvation. Then the Yark finds sweet Charlotte. Will he gobble her up? Or will she survive long enough to

Yesterday's Voices

This hi-Lo series for teens, features historical fiction and includes a non-fiction summary. Each book concludes with a series of activities designed to further explore the subject. Each story concludes in approximately 1000 words. Each book contains stunning colour interiors while maintaining an easy-to-read open layout.

You and Me

In this illustrated board book, a poem expresses both the joys of a baby and the balancing of attention for older siblings who still crave "you and me" time.