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The In Bloom series are curriculum-based chapter books that ease younger readers into reading. Each book uses decodable text, a repetition of sight words, and vowel sounds to raise recognition and confidence. Original illustrations help guide readers through the text. Cecilia Minden, Ph.D., a literacy consultant and former director of the Language and Literacy program at Harvard Graduate School of Education, created the text and format. Books include author biography, phonetics, and teaching gui
In the Garden is a series of four titles to introduce very young children to the natural world. Diverse protagonists discover the sounds and sights, plants and creatures to be found in a garden, and learn the pleasure of growing things. Simple text with rhythm and rhyme and detailed illustrations encourage a love of our environment.
Angie Larson hates Jiu-Jitsu. Like many twelve-year-old girls, she fails to find the glamour in a martial art that embraces zero personal space and choking as an end goal. Seriously, people choke her, drip sweat on her face, and even wrap their legs around her neck. It’s the worst. Instead, she idolizes the seemingly perfect kids at her school who do ônormalö activities like dance or soccer. But just when it seems like Angie is about to be accepted by them, her mom enrolls her in a Jiu-Jitsu tou
Victory is the only option. Once a year, the Olympian Empresses grant the wishes of ten people selected by a lottery-for a price. Seventeen-year-old Gen, a former circus performer, wants the freedom of her father, who was sentenced to life in prison for murders she knows he didn’t commit. Castor plans to carry the island Arcadia into the future in place of her brother, Pollux, but only after the Empresses force a change in her island’s archaic laws that requires a male heir. To get what they wan
Lantana Inclusive Picture Books are stories celebrating every kind of child and family, because all children deserve to see themselves in the books they read. With a focus on #ownvoices authors from under-represented groups, these stories make a diverse range of lived experiences accessible to young readers, so that children of all races, ethnicities, genders, abilities and orientations can get to love, cherish and identify with the books they read.
Highlight early social and emotional learning concepts with this series that teaches young readers how Life Works! From building trust and tackling teamwork to navigating emotions and setting goals, each book features hands-on activities, fun illustrations, and engaging text.
Readers will gain a better understanding of some of the most famous pieces of literature in history. Each book delves into the life and major works of an author, firmly placing the authorÎs work within the context of their world and the era in which they wrote. Readers learn about interpretations and major themes of each work, taking an in-depth look at style and language choices, genre, and plot. Excerpts from original works allow readers to utilize their new skills of analysis and encourage fu
The Little Blossom Stories series uses curriculum based fiction to get children comfortable with reading. Each book in this series uses a combination of sight words and short-vowel words in repetition to build recognition and confidence. Original illustrations help guide readers through the text.
Understanding civic skills and values can help children grow and succeed. This informative series teaches readers how to use these skills in their daily life. Each book features simple text and vibrant photos, making this series a perfect choice for beginning readers.
Who better to talk about experiences with disabilities and disorders than the kids who have them? These narrative nonfiction picture books feature real kids and their lives. Beautiful illustrations and a dyslexic-friendly font foster inclusivity. Includes tips for kids about interacting with someone with a disability or disorder.