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Booklist (Carolyn Phelan)

From the Naturebooks series, these volumes introduce animals in a simple, effective format. Each book focuses on one family of animals, such as garter snakes, lemurs, reindeer, or earthworms. A typical spread includes a full-page photograph facing a page with a few short paragraphs of… View →

 

Lincoln Public Schools, Nebraska (L. Jones)

This is perfect for the very young that want truck books. Big photographs with little text. Others in series are – Bulldozers, Concrete Mixers, Diggers, Forklifts and Garbage Trucks. 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 ‘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 →