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Louis Armstrong

From the Series History Maker Biographies

True or False? Louis Armstrong was often called “The World’s Greatest Trumpet Player.” True! Louis Armstrong changed the sound of American music with his exciting, powerful trumpet-playing… Read More →

  • Lexile: 700
  • ATOS: 4.3
  • Dewey: 781.65092

Luna Moths: Masters of Change

From the Series Insect World

See for yourself one of the most amazing masters of change in the insect kingdom—the luna moth! Hatching from a tiny egg, the luna moth begins its life as a caterpillar just 0.11 inch (3… Read More →

  • Lexile: 730
  • ATOS: 4.8
  • Dewey: 595.78

Many Ways to Be a Soldier

From the Series On My Own History

More than anything, Rem Goldin wants to fight the British in the American Revolution. His father and the other men of Sites Point, New Jersey, have all left town to join the fighting. But… Read More →

  • Lexile: 550
  • ATOS: 3.2
  • Dewey: 973.3'32

Marian Anderson

From the Series History Maker Biographies

True or False? Marian Anderson once received a standing ovation before she even sang her song. True! On January 7, 1955 Marian Anderson was the first black person to sing with the… Read More →

  • Lexile: 530
  • ATOS: 3.9
  • Dewey: 782.1092

Mary McLeod Bethune: A Life of Resourcefulness

From the Series Pull Ahead Books — Biographies

How did Mary McLeod Bethune solve problems? How did she make life better for other people? What did Mary do to help African Americans gain equal rights? Read this book to discover the answers! Read More →

  • Lexile: 490
  • ATOS: 3.2
  • Dewey: 370.92

Money

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Early Math Set II

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  • Dewey: 513.2'11

Mosquitoes: Tiny Insect Troublemakers

From the Series Insect World

Look out for these public enemies—mosquitoes—as they are after blood! Mosquito females need a meal of blood before they can lay their eggs. They target humans and animals and zoom in for a… Read More →

  • Lexile: 770
  • ATOS: 5.3
  • Dewey: 595.77'2

Mountains

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Landforms

An introduction to the basic characteristics of a mountain. Read More →

  • Lexile: 440
  • ATOS: 2.4
  • Dewey: 551.43'2

Nat Love

From the Series History Maker Biographies

True or False: After Nat Love became a cowboy, he never gave up riding the trails. False! After many years as a cowboy, Nat saw that railroads were connecting towns across the country. He… Read More →

  • Lexile: 730
  • ATOS: 4.6
  • Dewey: 978'.02092

Nigeria

From the Series Country Explorers

Pack your bags! We’re headed to Nigeria. On this whirlwind tour, you’ll learn all about the country’s landscape, culture, people, and more. We’ll explore Nigeria’s vast grasslands and long… Read More →

  • Lexile: 660
  • ATOS: 4.1
  • Dewey: 966.9

Opossums

From the Series Early Bird Nature Books

In this Early Bird title, readers learn about the physical characteristics, habitat, and behavior of the opossum. Read More →

  • Lexile: 600
  • ATOS: 3.3
  • Dewey: 599.2'76

Ordinal Numbers

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Early Math Set II

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  • Dewey: 513

Palenque

From the Series Unearthing Ancient Worlds

Mysterious ancient ruins, hidden deep in the jungle of southern Mexico… In May 1840, explorers John Stephens and Frederick Catherwood road their mules along a steep, muddy jungle path. They… Read More →

  • Dewey: 972'.75

People and the Environment

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Ecology

An engaging look at the ways that people interact with plants and animals. Read More →

  • Lexile: 410
  • Dewey: 304.2

Perseus: The Hunt for Medusa's Head [A Greek Myth]

From the Series Graphic Myths and Legends

Could a monster whose very look turns men to stone be a challenge too perilous even for the son of Zeus? King Polydectes has designs on Perseus' mother, Danaë. But first the king must get rid… Read More →

  • Lexile: 680
  • ATOS: 4.1
  • Dewey: 741.5'973

Plains

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Landforms

An introduction to the basic characteristics of plains. Read More →

  • Lexile: 570
  • ATOS: 2.8
  • Dewey: 551.45'3

Plants and the Environment

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Ecology

An engaging look at the ways that plants interact with people and animals. Read More →

  • Lexile: 470
  • ATOS: 2.2
  • Dewey: 581.7

Plateaus

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Landforms

An introduction to the basic characteristics of plateaus. Read More →

  • Lexile: 540
  • ATOS: 2.8
  • Dewey: 551.43'4

Police Station

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Community Buildings

Give beginning readers a peek inside a police station and familiarize them with the objects and people commonly found there. Color photos directly correspond to the simple text on each page. Read More →

  • Dewey: 363.2

Pompeii

From the Series Unearthing Ancient Worlds

An ancient city unearthed… In the 1730s, Charles of Bourbon, king of the area around present-day Naples, Italy, learned that local peasants were finding marble and other ancient objects when… Read More →

  • Dewey: 937'.7

Praying Mantises: Hungry Insect Heroes

From the Series Insect World

Look quickly and you might just see one of nature’s insect heroes on the hunt—praying mantises! With their incredible hunting skills, mantises help rid farms and gardens of insect pests that… Read More →

  • Lexile: 780
  • ATOS: 4.8
  • Dewey: 595.7'27

Prisoner for Liberty

From the Series On My Own History

James Forten knew how important freedom was. He was a free African American born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. When the American Revolution started in 1776, James was too young to help fight… Read More →

  • Lexile: 570
  • ATOS: 3.3
  • Dewey: 973.3'71092

Pyramid

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Solid Shapes

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  • Dewey: 516'.156

Rectangular Prism

From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Solid Shapes

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  • Dewey: 516'.156