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Spring '18 Narrative Nonfiction

Eyewitness to World War I

Eyewitness to World War I takes readers inside key moments of the war with stories from those who experienced the events firsthand. With diverse narratives and abundant primary sources, this… More →

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Spring '18 Narrative Nonfiction

Influential First Ladies

Whereas the president is elected by Americans, the First Lady is not. She has no official role in the politics of the nation yet still has an undeniable influence during her tenure. Immerse… More →

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Spring '18 Natural Sciences

National Parks

America's national parks preserve some of our country's most unusual and beloved natural wonders. Our National Parks series gives readers the opportunity to discover each park as if they were… More →

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Spring '18 High Interest

Neighborhood Sports

Not all sports are played on grassy suburban fields. Our Neighborhood Sports series introduces readers to some of today's fast-paced sports. Simple descriptions of each sport's rules… More →

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Spring '18 Language Arts

Rhyming Word Families

Rhyming is a skill that is foundational for learning to read. Through simple, engaging text, our Rhyming Word Families series introduces common letter groupings and repeats them throughout a… More →

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Spring '18 Science/Tech

Scavenger Hunts

Which objects at the water park are inclined planes? What are the three primary colors? Engage readers in key early-learning concepts with this interactive series. Simple text and colorful… More →

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Spring '18 Science/Tech

Understanding the Basics

Young people need to know certain basics. Knowing how to tell time, how to read a ruler, or how to interpret a graph, for example, are lifelong skills that every child should learn. And more… More →

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Spring '18 Science/Tech

Welcome, Summer!

Summer is a time to be outside and enjoy the warm weather. The days are longer, children have a break from school, and plants are in full bloom. Summer weather brings many different holidays… More →

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Spring '18 Science/Tech

Welcome, Winter!

Winter is a time of change. Snow falls and ice forms as temperatures drop. Plants stop growing, and animals find shelter. Kids play in the snow and skate on the ice. Inform early readers… More →

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