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This publisher’s series titles are fine choices for libraries seeking useful references with eye-catching covers. Kids in elementary-level grades will find them involving and packed with important facts. The ‘Holiday Crafts’ series promises lasting usefulness, including easy crafts for kids… View →

 

This publisher’s series titles are fine choices for libraries seeking useful references with eye-catching covers. Kids in elementary-level grades will find them involving and packed with important facts. The ‘Forces of Nature’ series packs in vivid portraits of natural disasters and teaches… View →

 

This series of well illustrated books provides simple explanations of, and insights into, several of the serious problems afflicting our environment. Each book is a first-hand, accessible introduction to a topic that may have previously seemed remote or theoretical. View →

 

This publisher’s series titles are fine choices for libraries seeking useful references with eye-catching covers. Kids in elementary-level grades will find them involving and packed with important facts. The ‘Faces and Places’ series for grades 3 and up provide easy introductions to the… View →

 

Well suited for toddlers, preschoolers and early readers, this series delighted all my fellow teachers. The language is simple, and the large type helps introduce many phonetic sounds. There are a total of fourteen career-specific books in this series and we plan to use them often in our… View →

 

This publisher’s series titles are fine choices for libraries seeking useful references with eye-catching covers. Kids in elementary-level grades will find them involving and packed with important facts. ‘Biomes of Nature’ for grades 3 and older support a science curriculum. Each provide… View →

 

Booklist (Susan Dove Lempke)

Each book in the attractive new Journey to Freedom – The African American Library series presents a brief biography of a famous African American, planted firmly within the context of the struggle for freedom and civil rights. The texts are somewhat formal in tone (rather like expanded… View →

 

St. Cloud Elementary West (Gail Schulman)

Simple, humorous rhymes ask a series of questions about things that appear in the spring. Large print and delightful paintings make this very visually desirable for very young readers or beginning readers. Part of a collection of books (Reading, Rhymes, and Riddles) that are all delightful… View →

 

Booklist (Carolyn Phelan)

From the new Big Machines at Work Series, these books present young children with information about trucks, illustrated with color photographs. Each volume includes a long section called ‘On the Job’ showing the vehicle at work, followed by ‘Climb Aboard!’ a double-page spread showing the… View →

 

Parent Council, Ltd. (MT)

This handy and informative early reader can reinforce bicycle safety. Bold-faced words used in the text are defined in a glossary. Appealing illustrations help to point out the importance of bicycle safety. View →

 

An overview of each country contains information on history, culture, places, facts, and traditions. Lovely full-color photographs help the reader appreciate the beauty of each country. These books are a great resource. View →

 

This series offers wonderful examples of high achievers who set goals and experienced both disappointments as well as victories during their journey to excellence. Action shots of these great players tell part of the story. In each book, the author relates personal stories of injuries… View →