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A comprehensive guide for using the Orca Footprints, a nonfiction series for middle readers, in the classroom. The guide focuses on three learning clusters: Our Earth, Our Work and Our Global Community.
Our City Adventures series explores the city of Milwaukee, visiting well-known sites and attractions as well as unexpected gems.
With just the right blend of text and commentary, the popular ""A Family Haggadah"" , with new full color art, is the haggadah of choice for families with young children to use at their seders. With its updated text and new full color illustrations, but same page numbers, this haggadah can easily be added to an existing set of this haggadah. Hebrew prayers and songs include English translation and transliteration.
Kids can learn lots of important responsibilities by caring for a pet. And for beginning readers who don?t have pets, the information and photographs are still fun to read and see! This series is at a Level 1 and is written specifically for beginning readers.
Classroom 3 has an unexpected adventure when Captain Calamity shows up looking for treasure in their classroom! Eager to help with Ms. Bitsy gone, the students of Classroom 3 search from reading corner to building blocks to help the Captain locate the treasure. Can the class pull together to find the treasure before Captain Bloodloss catches up and steals it? Or will they battle it out with the notorious pirate bully?
In this illustrated picture book, a child helps their grandparents deal with a difficult change in abilities.
Planets are incredible space bodies, so incredible that life can survive on at least one of them! Each title in this series is information-packed, and covers everything from the size of the planet, to what its atmosphere is made of, to the missions that have explored it! This is a Level 3 series and is specifically for transitional readers.
From beavers to ducks to frogs, this series introduces early readers to animals found in ponds. Students learn about each animal?s physical characteristics, behaviour, life cycle, and habitat. labelled diagrams of each animal and fun facts further young readers? learning.
When seventeen-year-old Victoria Parker is suddenly placed into foster care, she struggles to find words for the abuse that upended her life. So she determines to keep her head down, follow her oppressive foster mother?s rules, and focus on finishing high school. But when she discovers that her stepsister may be suffering the same abuse, Victoria realizes that no matter how hard she tries to move forward, the past isn?t going to leave her alone.
With the success of black athletes in sports such as professional football or basketball, at first glance it may seem like American sports are a pillar of racial equality. However, a closer examination of the industry and its structure proves otherwise. This series examines the bias, discrimination, and inequality of all non-white athletes that are ensconced (yet often invisible) in American sports. Each book aims to provide multiple viewpoints about race and sports in America, allowing readers