Day and Night
From the Series First Step Nonfiction — Discovering Nature's Cycles
Beginning readers will learn about the basic patterns of the Sun and Earth and what causes day and night.
|Interest Level||Kindergarten - Grade 2|
|Reading Level||Grade 1|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Brand||First Step Nonfiction|
|Imprint||LernerClassroom, Lerner Publications ™, Lerner Digital ™|
|Number of Pages||24|
|Reading Counts! Level||2.2|
The Horn Book Guide
“Information is very brief and basic, appropriate for first report writers.” —The Horn Book Guide
School Library Journal, Series Made Simple
“These small volumes pair one short, declarative statement per page (‘You see the first light from the sun at dawn’) with color photos of outdoor scenes, city skylines, animals, or children.” —School Library Journal, Series Made Simple
Author: Robin Nelson
Robin Nelson's careers have always kept her surrounded by books—as an elementary teacher, working at a publishing company, and now working as a school library media specialist. But her favorite job is writing books for kids. She has written many nonfiction books for children. She lives with her family in Minneapolis.
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First Step Nonfiction — Discovering Nature's Cycles
Designed for students at a first grade reading level, these titles help young readers identify and predict cycles in the natural world through examining animal behavior or natural phenomena. View available downloads →