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First Step Nonfiction — Work People Do

This beginning reader series describes the job duties of familiar occupations. Vibrant color photos correspond directly with each page’s simple text to reinforce concepts and vocabulary. View →

 
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Hello Neighbor (LOOK! Books ™)

You may know the neighbors that live next door to you. This series compares our country with its neighbors. Readers will compare and contrast holidays, customs, foods, and more with colorful photos and simple text. View →

 
 
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Holiday Time (Early Bird Stories ™)

Follow the fun as a variety of families celebrate all types of holidays. Each book describes the origin of the holiday in simple terms and highlights special customs. Critical thinking and comprehension questions get readers talking about the stories. View →

 
Cover: From Washboards to Washing Machines: How Homes Have Changed

Lightning Bolt Books ® — Comparing Past and Present

Historical and modern-day photographs interspersed throughout these books clearly illustrate how aspects of daily life change over time, while simple text shows readers how to compare and contrast ideas. Timelines in the back of each book give readers perspective by listing key… View →

 
Cover: What Can You Do with Money?: Earning, Spending, and Saving

Lightning Bolt Books ® — Exploring Economics

What is a good? What is a service? What happens in a bank? How is money made? How do you save money for what you want? Help students answer these questions and more with Lightning Bolt Books™—Exploring Economics. This series introduces basic economic concepts students… View →

 
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Lightning Bolt Books ® — Famous Places

Explore some of the world’s most fascinating structures and natural places in this visually stimulating series. Compelling photographs and engaging text take readers on a journey through the creation and history of each site, as well as its importance and significance in the world… View →

 
Cover: What's on My Plate?: Choosing from the Five Food Groups

Lightning Bolt Books ® — Healthy Eating

This fascinating and informative series from the highly praised Lightning Bolt Books™ brand for kindergarten through second-grade readers uses the clear and concise yet lively approach for which this brand is known to analyze food topics that young readers hear about at… View →

 
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Lightning Bolt Books ® — Hero Dogs

This engaging, high-interest series is all about working dogs! Through vibrant pictures and fun information, learn how working dogs can help people who need physical aid, provide emotional support, catch bad guys, and so much more! Kids will love to learn about how these dogs go from… View →

 
Cover: Ambulances on the Move

Lightning Bolt Books ® — Vroom-Vroom

Gear up for reading fun with these exciting titles in this visually stimulating series. A whole fleet of transportation options will be available to explore, covering a variety of categories. Compelling photographs and engaging text offer readers an up-close look at each of these… View →

 
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Look Closely (LOOK! Books ™)

In Look Closely, readers are challenged to identify people, plants, animals, structures, and objects from an extreme close-up of each one. An accompanying riddle provides clues. The complete image is then revealed along with fascinating facts about it. View →

 
Cover: Firefighters in My Community

Meet a Community Helper (Early Bird Stories ™)

Who are the helpers in your community? From librarians to construction workers, young readers will meet a variety of neighborhood heroes. Each book features critical thinking and recall questions, plus a fast facts section to encourage reader engagement. View →

 
Cover: I'm Casting a Spell!: Meet a Fairy-Tale Witch

Monster Buddies

Putting a fun twist on a spooky subject, Monster Buddies introduces young readers to scary creatures of legend. Lively first-person text covers each monster’s basic features, famous examples, and variations from around the world, while bright, kid-friendly… View →

 
Cover: One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia

One Plastic Bag

The inspiring true story of how one African woman began a movement to recycle the plastic bags that were polluting her community. Plastic bags are cheap and easy to use. But what happens when a bag breaks or is no longer needed? In Njau, Gambia, people simply… View →

 
Cover: Mike Fink

On My Own Folklore

Folklore characters come to life in these magically illustrated titles. Each story shares both the facts and the fiction behind the tall tale and explains how the story became a part of folklore. View →

 
Cover: An American Army of Two

On My Own History

With striking, full-page illustrations, real and fictionalized characters, and stories featuring events that really happened, these books capture readers’ interest and imagination. View →

 
Cover: Day of the Dead

On My Own Holidays

Encourage understanding of diverse cultures. Featuring full-page illustrations, these beautiful editions look at the history and customs associated with various holidays and present early readers with high-interest offerings. View →

 
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Pull Ahead Books — American Symbols

Visit some of America’s national monuments and investigate our most recognizable symbols. Historical photographs and illustrations provide background and perspective while modern images show how the building or symbol appears today. View →

 
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Pull Ahead Books — Community Helpers

These easy-to-read books introduce how each type of community helper interacts with and serves the community. Interesting back matter provides information about what people have to learn to perform in each career. View →

 
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Pull Ahead Books — Continents

Journey to all parts of the earth in this geography starter series. Readers will be introduced to each continent’s landforms and agriculture, animals, famous cities, and sites. Also discussed are occupations, activities, languages, and cultures on each continent. View →

 
Cover: Staying Clean

Pull Ahead Books — Health

Reviewed by a pediatrician and a health education curriculum expert, each title in this new addition to the successful Pull Ahead Books series features a different component of staying healthy. Whether discussing physiological aspects such as eating right or emotional aspects such as… View →

 
Cover: Earthmovers

Pull Ahead Books — Mighty Movers

Jump start kids’ interest in reading with these fast-moving titles. A whole fleet of transportation options are available to explore, covering a variety of categories: public transportation (school buses to jets), military might (submarines to fighter planes), occupational vehicles… View →

 
Cover: Can People Count on Me?: A Book about Responsibility

Show Your Character

Using a question-and-answer format and real-world scenarios, Show Your Character takes a concrete approach to explaining such things as how to deal with bullying, how to show others you care, and how to react responsibly to a variety of different social situations… View →

 
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Small World

Through engaging color photographs, this series gives beginning readers a glimpse of children around the world doing everyday things. View →

 
Cover: Pet Peeves: Free Enterprise

Social Studies Connects ®

Bring social studies to life with stories that involve and engage even the most reluctant readers. Story characters model positive traits, find clever solutions to kid-sized problems, help their neighbors, contribute to their communities, and discover that they can make a real difference… View →

 
Cover: A Day at an Airport

Time Goes By

Let’s spend a whole day (or a whole year) in the same place and watch events unfold. Eight large-scale illustrations combine with simple text to tell the story. A clock or calendar shows time passing, while a “search and find” feature encourages readers to study the… View →

 
Cover: We Go on a City Bus

Ways We Go (LOOK! Books ™)

If you want to go from one place to another, how do you go? You might go by car or bus. If you lived 200 years ago, you would go by horse or in a carriage. Look at ways we go today and imagine ways kids will go places 200 years from now. View →

 
Cover: Way to Be with Disney: From Mindfulness with Donald Duck to Kindness with Dory

Way to Be with Disney

Get ready to explore feelings with Disney friends in this collection of four books for the price of one! A $30 value. We all have a lot of feelings. Sometimes they can be tough to handle, but they are a normal part of life. Featuring favorite Disney… View →