Yes I Can!
A Story of Grit
From the Series Cloverleaf Books ™ — Stories with Character
Jada’s working on her science project. She’s finding out whether plants grow best in water, milk, juice, or soda. There’s just one problem—she keeps getting interrupted! From her cousin texting and her friends stopping by to her little brother playing with the plants, Jada runs into one obstacle after another. Find out how Jada relies on grit to keep on going.
|Interest Level||Kindergarten - Grade 2|
|Reading Level||Grade 1|
|Genre||Fiction, Social Studies|
|Category||SEL: A Self-Awareness, SEL: B Self-Management, SEL: D Relationship Skills, SEL: E Responsible Decision-Making, Social Emotional Learning|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Brand||Cloverleaf Books ™|
|Imprint||Millbrook Press ™|
|Number of Pages||24|
|Text Type||Informational Fiction|
|BISACS||JUV039220, JUV039140, JUV039100|
|Dimensions||9.75 x 9.75|
|Guided Reading Level||K|
|ATOS Reading Level||1.9|
|Accelerated Reader® Quiz||195452|
|Accelerated Reader® Points||0.5|
|Features||Activities, Bibliography/further reading, Glossary, Original artwork, Reviewed, and eSource|
School Library Journal, Series Made Simple
“Using real-life examples and scenarios to teach social emotional skills to young children, this series is a good choice for both classroom and library settings across the board.”—School Library Journal, Series Made Simple
Author: Mari Schuh
Mari Schuh's love of reading began with cereal boxes at the kitchen table. Today Mari is the author of hundreds of nonfiction books for beginning readers, covering topics from tomatoes to tornadoes. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and still enjoys a big bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios. Learn more about her at marischuh.com.
Illustrator: Mike Byrne
Mike Byrne grew up near Liverpool, U.K., and then moved to London to work as an illustrator by day and a crayon wielding crime fighter by night. He now lives with his wife and two cats in the countryside. He spends his days doodling and creating children's books fueled only by tea and cookies.
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