Backstage Pass: Fashion
Guided Rd. Level S
Take an in-depth look at the fashion industry with this fashion-filled nonfiction book! Fluent readers will learn the history of fashion, how a designer uses math and geometry to make their designs successful, and the process for a design to go from sketchpad to clothing store. Featuring Time For Kids© content, this hi-lo book appeals to older students who need high-interest/lower readability text. With higher-level text features and complex language and sentence structures, third grade students will be intrigued as they learn about the world of fashion.
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