A Big League for Little Players

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Informational (nonfiction)

A Big League for Little Players is an informational book about the history of Little League Baseball. It tells about the beginnings of baseball in America and how a league of young players was formed. Also highlighted is the Little League World Series, from its roots to the 2006 champions.Photographs support the text.

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A Selection From Alice in Wonderland

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Fantasy (fiction)

In this excerpt from the much-loved children’ s novel, Alice finally catches up with the White Rabbit, whom she had chased down the rabbit hole. But the Rabbit surprises her by sending her to his house on an errand. Unfortunately, once she’ s there, Alice can’ t help taking a sip of another mysterious potion, and she grows until she fills the house. How will she get out?

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Aesop’s Fables

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Folktale (fiction)

Aesop’ s Fables offers readers a collection of simple yet valuable life lessons. Each of the seven separate tales uses animal characters to tell a story that contains a clear moral. Classic illustrations enrich the text. The book can also be used to teach students how to visualize as well asto analyze characters in a story. The books and lesson are also available for levels M and P.

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Animals Feel Emotions

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Persuasive (nonfiction)

Do you think animals are capable of love? The author of this book does. She also believes that animals can feel and demonstrate loyalty, friendship, tenderness, and compassion. As evidence of this, she presents several different examples of real-life animals and how they show emotion. When you finish reading, will you agree or disagree with the author’ s point of view?

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April Fools’ Day

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Informational (nonfiction)

Have your friends ever tried to convince you to buy some plaid paint? If so, you’ ve probably been the victim of an April Fools’ Day prank! April Fools’ Day is a fascinating book that delves into the history of April Fools’ Day and gives some helpful pointers on how to pull appropriateand fun April Fools’ Day pranks. Students will love the examples from history as well as modern classics. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify main idea and details as well as to connect to prior knowledge to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels M and P.

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Argentina

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Informational (nonfiction)

Send your students on an adventure through the second-largest country in South America: Argentina. They will love learning about the amazing history, culture, and people.

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Barack Obama

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Biography (nonfiction)

Barack Obama is a biographical text about the forty-fourth president of the United States of America. Chronicling his life from birth until his historic election, the book educates readers on how Obama’ s life experiences shaped his decisions and career path. Background information about hisfamily life, struggles, and career choices gives readers insight into Obama’ s personal side.

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Baseball

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Informational (nonfiction)

Discover why Baseball has come to be known as America’ s pastime with this fascinating book. Covering the sport’ s humble beginning, the rules of the game, and some of its best players, this book will excite students. Diagrams and pictures support the text.

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Bears

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Informational (nonfiction)

Bears is a book about the eight different types of these powerful animals found around the world, including polar liz-8207882083859899, brown (grizzly) liz-8207882083859899, giant pandas, sloth liz-8207882083859899, and spectacled liz-8207882083859899. Sections are dedicated to informing readers about cub rearing, bear survival, and where in the world each species lives. Photographs and maps support the text.

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Bites and Stings

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Informational (nonfiction)

Join the author as she interviews Jude McNally, the director of the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center in Tucson, Arizona. Mr. McNally is an expert on desert animals that are venomous and can be harmful to humans. The reader will learn the difference between life-threatening and non-life-threatening bites and stings, what symptoms to look for, the specific animals that are most dangerous, and advice for staying safe around these creatures.

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Building Big Dreams

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Informational (nonfiction)

Building Big Dreams describes seven of the world’ s largest and most impressive modern building projects. Each is known for overcoming former limits of size, length, height, or natural conditions. Photographs and maps support the text.

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Butterflies and Moths

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Informational (nonfiction)

Butterflies and Moths outlines the difference between butterflies and moths. Students learn about the body parts, life cycle, and behavior of each type of insect. Photographs and charts complement the learning experience.

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Canada

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Informational (nonfiction)

This fascinating book explores many facets of Canada, the second-largest country in the world. Take your students on a trip through the pages to learn more about this amazing country.

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Chef Morty’s Party Surprise

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Fantasy (fiction)

Chef Morty’ s Party Surprise follows young Morty as he helps his parents prepare for their party. He quickly becomes disappointed when he must miss out on playtime to help clean the house before the party. Although his conscience gets the best of him, it happens after he ruins the party. Illustrations support the text.

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Code Talkers

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Informational (nonfiction)

When the United States government needed a secret code to transmit messages during World War II, they chose a language that people from no other country would understand: Navajo. Code Talkers highlights the man who first proposed using the Navajo language, how the military developed the code,and the Navajo soldiers who bravely volunteered to serve their country. Photographs, maps, and charts support the text. Book and lesson are also available for Levels P and V.

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Condors: Giant Birds

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Informational (nonfiction)

Condors: Giant Birds will teach students all about these incredible birds, from their habitats to their near extinction to their fascinating eating habits. Detailed maps and pictures support the text.

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Cricket

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Informational (nonfiction)

England may have been the birthplace of Cricket, but today people of all ages play the sport around the globe. With its focus on good sportsmanship and its exciting professional matches, the sport will fascinate students. The book also includes maps, diagrams, and engaging photos.

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Finding the Tome

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Adventure (fiction)

The Hollow Kids series continues with Qynn and Sarah heading to the library to try to find some explanations for the strange events that keep happening. Qynn and Sarah will do whatever it takes to get answers! Students will enjoy reading about how far Qynn and Sarah will go and in the process learnabout sequencing events and using commas to separate dialogue.

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France

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Informational (nonfiction)

France will take students to the most visited country in the world. In the book, they will learn about the history, art, and culture of this amazing country, along with some celebrations and food that France is famous for. Colorful maps and pictures support the text.

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Frederick Douglass: Forever Free

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Biography (nonfiction)

“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” These are the words of the great abolitionist Frederick Douglass, who learned as a young slave that education and freedom go hand in hand. Students will follow his life story as they read this book and learn how Douglass’ s desire for his own freedom led him to become one of the most important civil rights leaders in the United States. Book and lesson are also available at Levels V and Y.

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Galileo

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Biography (nonfiction)

Known as the father of modern science, Galileo Galilei was renowned for his brilliant mind and fierce determination to ask and answer difficult questions. Although his scientific endeavors ultimately led to trouble with religious authorities, Galileo persevered and remains one of the most influential scientists in history. In Galileo, students will learn about the discoveries of this remarkable Renaissance man who forever changed the course of science. The book can also be used to teach students how to summarize and to determine elements of a biography. The book and lesson are also available for levels P and V.

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Gems: Treasures from the Earth

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Informational (nonfiction)

Gems fascinate almost everyone. They sparkle, shimmer, and glimmer with mystery and beauty. This book explains how gems are formed, how they are valued, and the processes by which they become jewelry. At the end of the book, students can read about some of the most famous gems. Photographs and diagrams support the text. Book and lesson also available at Levels V and Y.

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George Washington

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Biography (nonfiction)

As the first president of the United States, George Washington faced many challenges. Learn how his life prepared him for the role of president, and about his other accomplishments, in this fascinating biography.

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Ghosts in the House

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Historical (fiction)

Ghosts in the House, set in the Northern United States in the 1830s, is a story about a young girl named Virginia who hears strange noises at night coming from her attic. Suspense builds as Virginia gets the idea that her parents know something about this but are keeping it from her. Illustrations support the text.

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Goliath Beetles: Giant Insects

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Informational (nonfiction)

Goliath Beetles: Giant Insects is full of interesting facts and vibrant images that show why these beetles are such amazing animals. Students will enjoy exploring the life cycle and incredible appearance of these giant insects.

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Groundwater

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Informational (nonfiction)

Every living thing on Earth needs water. But if the citizens of the world do not plan ahead, there will not be enough water for everyone! Groundwater provides students a comprehensive look at why liz-3146534978647649 matters and how we can all do our part to make sure there is enough for years to come. An important topic and interesting graphics will keep students engaged. This lesson can be used to teach students how to determine the author’ s point of view as well as to summarize text. The book and lesson are also available for levels V and Y.

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Harold the Dummy

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Humorous (fiction)

As if having the name “Ermaline” isn’ t bad enough, Ermaline’ s mother is crazy about safety. She decides to build a dummy to put in the back seat of their car so it will look like they are traveling with a man. The ugly dummy causes even more teasing for poor Ermaline. But when the dummy foilsa car thief, Ermaline might have to change her mind.

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Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

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Biography (nonfiction)

Harriet Tubman was an African-American woman who daringly escaped slavery and helped hundreds of other slaves escape to freedom. She became the most famous of all “conductors” of the Underground Railroad, which was a system of safe houses that slaves used to travel to freedom in the North. Her inspiring story of courage and determination continued into her later life as she worked for aid and education for freed slaves, as well as for women’ s right to vote.

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How Little John Joined Robin Hood

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Legend (fiction)

In the retelling of this classic tale, readers learn how Robin Hood came to steal from the wealthy and give back to the poor. Readers are also given insight into how John Little met, challenged, and later joined Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men. Readers also learn how Robin Hood’ s strong and faithful friend came to be called Little John.

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India

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Informational (nonfiction)

India is full of interesting facts and vibrant pictures that show what makes this country such an amazing place. This book explores the interesting people and culture as well as the various landforms and the diverse wildlife that thrives there.

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Julius Caesar

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Biography (nonfiction)

Julius Caesar’ s rise and sudden fall as dictator of ancient Rome is an exciting story filled with war and political intrigue. Introduce students to the life of this iconic historical figure with this engaging book.

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Labor Day

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Informational (nonfiction)

Although Labor Day marks the end of the summer and a day of fun and relaxation, it is also a day to commemorate the contributions and achievements of American workers. Labor Day provides students with a comprehensive look at the history of American workers and their fight for fair pay, reasonable work hours, and safe working conditions. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine an author’ s point of view and the correct use of commas after introductory words. The book and lesson are also available for levels P and V.

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Lacrosse

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Informational (nonfiction)

Beginning as a game played among First Nations tribes, Lacrosse has steadily grown in popularity. Today, people of many ages around the world play the sport. Engage students with the incredible images and diagrams that accompany the text.

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Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Pioneer’s Life

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Biography (nonfiction)

“Home is the nicest word there is.” These are the words of pioneer and renowned Little House author Laura Ingalls Wilder. From the vast Kansas prairie to the cold Dakota Territory, Laura had many homes throughout her youth. It was only late in her life that she began to share her childhoodmemories through a series of unforgettable books. Students will enjoy learning about the life and adventures of Laura Ingalls Wilder in this engaging and detailed text. Book and lesson are also available at Levels V and Y.

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Let’s Make Vegetable Soup

level S ┊ 1300 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

There’ s nothing better than a hot, wholesome bowl of soup on a cold or rainy day. And this book will tell you exactly how to make it! Just gather all your vegetables, spices, and other ingredients, and follow the easy steps in this book to make yummy vegetable soup. Photographs reinforce the stepsin cooking.

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Life in Space

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Informational (nonfiction)

Ever wonder how astronauts sleep in space? What about going to the bathroom? How do you eat when your food floats away? Life in Space answers these questions and more as readers learn about astronauts’ daily lives aboard the International Space Station as well as the history behind the station itself. A variety of photos, graphs, and sidebars illuminate this book’ s exploration of daily activities in weightlessness. Use this book to teach about author’ s purpose and possessive nouns. Book and lesson plan also available at Levels V and Y.

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Losing Grandpa

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Realistic (fiction)

Hannah’ s grandpa has lived with Hannah and her mother since Hannah was two years old. One day while Hannah is at school, Grandpa has a stroke. Hannah visits him in the hospital even though he is in a coma. With her mother’ s help, Hannah learns how to cope with her feelings while her grandfatheris sick, and when he eventually dies. This thoughtful book offers young readers a realistic look at loving-and losing-someone they care deeply about.

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Making Mosaics

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How to (nonfiction)

The art of mosaics has been around for many centuries. This book will tell you everything you need to know–from tools and supplies to sealing your final product–to create your own beautiful mosaic creations.

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Martin Luther King Jr.

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Biography (nonfiction)

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most important civil rights leaders in American history. He worked hard for equality and taught others how to stand up for what they believed in. This book tells the story of his courageous life from his birth in 1929 to his death in 1968.

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Monkey Business

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Informational (nonfiction)

Monkeys are fascinating animals. People love watching them, perhaps because they are so much like humans. Monkey Business discusses the distinctions between monkeys and apes, and between Old World and New World monkeys. Readers will also learn about the many different types of monkeys, where and howthey live, and how they interact with people.

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Morty and the Fancy-Pants Wedding

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Fantasy (fiction)

What torture! Morty has to miss his best friend’ s skating party to attend his Aunt Maggie’ s wedding. He’ s also a bit annoyed that his sisters are getting all the attention because they’ re in the wedding. Once again, Morty’ s mischievious nature gets him into trouble-and this time into the wedding, too!

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Morty and the Mousetown Talent Show

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Fantasy (fiction)

Morty is back in another episode of tomfoolery. When Morty’ s sister makes him mad, he decides to play a trick on her. But when the trick results in an embarrassing moment for his sister, Morty is filled with remorse.

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Morty the Meany

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Fantasy (fiction)

Everyone gets angry from time to time, but dealing with our anger appropriately can be a struggle. Morty the Meany does a great job of showing how hard it can be to deal with emotions and teaches an important lesson on how to handle anger. Detailed illustrations and a relatable story will keep readers engaged throughout. This book can also be used to teach students how to retell the events of the story as well as to analyze characters to better understand the text.

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National Parks

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Informational (nonfiction)

National Parks explains the value of national parks and explores several parks around the world. Students will learn about animals that live in a large grassland in Africa, as well as the way in which plants and animals of the forest and ocean interact in a small national park in Costa Rica. Students also will read about some unlikely places for a national park, such as in the middle of a major city and totally underwater! Exceptional photography accompanies the text.

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Ostriches: Giant Birds

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Informational (nonfiction)

As the largest birds in the world, Ostriches are already unique. But do you know that they have the largest eyes of any land animals and that their kicks can kill! Students will be captivated by these feathered beasts. Maps and interesting photographs support the text.

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Our Solar System

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Informational (nonfiction)

Our Solar System is an informational book that compares and contrasts the planets and describes comets, asteroids, and other space features. Space-related terminology and concepts in the book are supported by interesting photographs and fact boxes.

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Part 5: Let a Smiley Face Be Your Umbrella

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Realistic (fiction)

Charly is back in the final part of her five-part series. With everyone in the town angry with her for one reason or another, who will vote for her garden over Mr. Rooney’ s? Readers finally discover whether Charly was able to put a smile on everyone’ s face.

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Penguins

level S ┊ 1466 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Often thought of as comical, liz-6698890163212923 are actually very intelligent and fascinating animals. This book provides a great deal of interesting information about the types of liz-6698890163212923, their breeding and feeding habits, and the biggest threat to their existence. Incredible photographs support the text.

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Searching for the Loch Ness Monster

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Realistic (fiction)

Searching for the Loch Ness Monster余额宝在哪里领取红包 is a story about Skye and Ross, who go on vacation to Scotland with their parents. The youngsters thought they were too old to search for an ancient sea serpent in the deep, dark waters of Loch Ness. But as they drove the length of the large lake, questions began to emerge, and their parents decided to take an informative boat ride with a local expert. As the family listened to her tell about Loch Ness and why many people believe the legend to be true, the kids began to ask questions, not realizing that they were becoming interested. The book incorporates many facts about the lake and its legend. Photographs and a map support the text.

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Seven Wonders of the Modern World

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Informational (nonfiction)

Seven Wonders of the Modern World is an informational book that describes seven remarkable structures made by humans. Readers will learn why the structures were built and why each has been designated a “wonder.” Photographs and illustrations support the informative text

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Snakebite!

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Informational (nonfiction)

Meet Jennifer Owings, a girl who was struck by a rattlesnake many years ago. Through Jennifer’ s story, readers will learn about the wide variety of rattlesnakes and their behavior. Readers will also learn how rattlesnake venom affects the body and how to treat a victim who has been struck by a rattler. The book concludes with a list of safety tips.

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Space Camp

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Informational (nonfiction)

Imagine being an astronaut and blasting off into outer space . . . that’ s the dream of many students who attend space camp each summer! Space Camp gives students a glimpse into these amazing camps and the experiences they have to offer. Detailed information and helpful graphics will keep students engaged with this exciting topic. This book can also be used to teach students how to summarize a text as well as to identify the main idea and details to better understand the information. The book and lesson are also available for levels V and Y.

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The Hidden Room

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Adventure (fiction)

In this book from The Hollow Kids Series, Qynn and Sarah are trying to find out more information about the mysterious items they found when Sarah’ s Aunt Terra comes in and takes the items away! What new secrets will the girls learn when they follow Aunt Terra to retrieve the items? As students join Qynn and Sarah in their adventure, they will also have the opportunity to learn how to analyze a plot and use commas to separate dialogue.

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The International T-Shirt Challenge

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Realistic (fiction)

The International T-Shirt Challenge features two friends who challenge each other with weekly questions. This week’ s puzzler, labeled the International T-Shirt Challenge, challenges one of the friends to spend $500 on T-Shirts in five different countries. Using his weblog, he attempts toget information from kids all around the world to help complete the challenge. Photographs, illustrations, and charts support the text.

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The Moon Bowl

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Fairy Tale (fiction)

In this clever spoof of traditional fairy tales, all the water in the world comes from an enormous bowl on the moon. The woman who tips over the bowl to provide water for people on Earth sometimes forgets to do her job. With washday approaching, everyone is quickly becoming annoyed with her. A bravewoodchopper named Tom is sent to the moon to remedy the situation. Readers will enjoy predicting how he solves the problem and discovering the true identity of the person who controls the water.

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The Titanic: Lost and Found

level S ┊ 1098 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The Titanic: Lost and Found is a book about the grandest ship of 1912 and its disastrous maiden voyage. The book provides readers with statistics of survivors and victims, and tells of the Carpathia, the ship that came to the rescue. Lastly, the book includes information about scientists and their discovery of the remains of the Titanic in 1985, more than two miles below the surface of the North Atlantic Ocean. Photographs, maps, and diagrams support the text.

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The Trouble with English

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Personal Recount (fiction)

In The Trouble with English, readers meet a young girl named Ting Yao who has moved from China to the United States. Written in first person, Ting tells about her difficulties learning to read, write, and speak English. Her humorous appraisal of some of the nonsensical parts of the languageis sure to strike a familiar note with many readers. Her dogged determination will inspire readers who may themselves be struggling to master our oftentimes confusing language.

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Tsunamis

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Informational (nonfiction)

Tsunamis is an informative book that tells about the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Additionally, it provides a history of liz-5408796916480517, explains their causes, outlines vulnerable areas, and tells about the warning systems in place. A checklist tells how to survive a tsunami. Photos, maps, diagrams, and illustrations support the text.

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Two Kettles

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Historical (fiction)

Brought together by circumstances beyond their control, two young girls, one English and one Native American, work to prepare dishes to be served at a feast that years later would be known as the first Thanksgiving. Emotions such as curiosity, resentment, apprehension, and nervousness all come to the surface in each girl as they work quietly side by side. In the process of laboring all day long together, a near tragedy forms a bond of friendship that will last forever, despite the future uncertainty of their family relations. Illustrations support the text.

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Volcanoes

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Informational (nonfiction)

Volcanoes is a factual text that describes how different kinds of liz-7138290653748210 are formed and how they behave. The book gives details about some of the more famous liz-7138290653748210, including Mount Vesuvius, Mount St. Helens, Mauna Loa, and Mount Fuji. Photographs, maps, and diagrams support this informative text. Book and lesson also available at Levels V and Z.

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Voyagers in Space

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Informational (nonfiction)

Two unmanned Voyager spacecraft were launched in 1977 with a mission of studying the large outer planets of our solar system. Voyagers in Space describes their journeys, the information the Voyagers learned about the giant planets, and their current task of exploring deep space.Photographs, diagrams, and time lines support the text. Build on students’ intrinsic interest in space exploration to teach about distinguishing between fact and opinion and using past-tense verbs. Book and lesson are also available for Levels M and P.

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What the Boys Found

level S ┊ 1490 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In 1940, four teenage boys stumbled upon an important discovery in Lascaux, France. Exploring in the woods, they discovered a large hole in the ground and excitedly dug to investigate. They continued to explore the cave until they discovered a dark, cavernous room. The walls were covered with paintings of animals-found later to be created by Stone Age people who lived 17,000 years earlier. Archaeologists began to raise many questions, some of which are still unanswered. Photographs, a map, and illustrations support the text.

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What’s in a Name?

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Informational (nonfiction)

What’ s in a Name? is a study of the origin of names. The book provides a factual account of how many first and last names came into usage. Using the names of a third-grade class, the book delves into the history of names and how they have changed over the years.

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Wheeling the Snake

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Realistic (fiction)

Isaac Green and two of his friends want to skateboard down a five-mile-long irrigation ditch called “The Snake.” The Snake has no water in it in during the months of November and December. If they can go down without “getting bitten,” they will earn the right to wear a coiled snake patch on their jackets. However, a high school bully, Cliff, tries to stop them. The friends devise a plan and then have to put it into action.

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Wild and Wacky World of Wigs

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Informational (nonfiction)

From ancient Egyptian culture to modern civilization, wigs have played an important role in history. In Wild and Wacky World of Wigs readers learn about the fascinating history of people’ s obsession with all things related to hair. Students will be informed and entertained by this engagingtext. Detailed photographs, illustrations, and text features support student learning. This book and lesson are also available at Levels V and Y.

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Woolly and Fang

level S ┊ 1792 words ┊ ?))









Historical (fiction)

Woolly, a mammoth, and Fang, a saber-toothed tiger, are born on the same day. Saber-toothed tigers hunt and kill mammoths, but mammoths are not easy prey. Food becomes scarce, and Woolly’ s tribe has to migrate. While leaving the glacier, the tribe is attacked by Fang’ s parents. At the end of theaction-filled story, Fang and Woolly are left alone on the glacier. The author invites the reader to tell the rest of the story. Engaging illustrations support the text.

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World Traveler Ibn Battuta

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Biography (nonfiction)

Many people have heard of Marco Polo, but far fewer people have heard of Ibn Battuta, the greatest traveler of the Middle Ages. In World Traveler Ibn Battuta, students will learn about the adventures and journeys of this remarkable man who traveled over 75,000 miles in his lifetime. The bookcan also be used to teach students how to summarize text and to determine elements of a biography. The book and lesson are also available for levels P and V.

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