What Do Living Things Need?
What do living things need to survive? Find out in this colorful science reader! Discover that living things need light, food, water, air, space, homes, protection, and more!
Earth and Moon
The Earth and the moon are always moving! Learn all about how the moon travels around the Earth and why the moon looks different from night to night. The moon goes through different phases based on its position in relation to the Earth and the sun.
Too Much Trash!
Learn how to keep Earth clean of trash in this informative science reader! Students will learn that trash can be very harmful, causing pollution that harms the water, land, air, birds, fish, and people. Readers will be encouraged to keep the planet clean!
In the Garden
How Many Toys?
How many toys do you have? Have you ever taken the time to count all of your toys? Introduce young readers to counting and cardinality by having them count the different toys displayed throughout the pages of this book.
Good for Me: Healthy Food
Your body needs good food in order to stay healthy and strong. Which healthy foods do you eat? With a focus on nourishment, this nonfiction book aligns to Next Generation Science Standards and encourages children to make healthy food choices.
Workers Who Take Care of Me
Featuring simple phrases, vibrant photographs, and more, this nonfiction book helps students become familiar with the many people that help keep us safe and healthy.
Growth and Change
Follow along and see how different kinds of baby animals grow and change! Even though baby animals all look very different, they all have the same basic needs to grow up. Learn about baby penguins, kittens, blue whales, pandas, frogs, snakes, and more!
Jobs Around Town
Who Makes the Rules?
Our Trip to the City
A Butterfly's Life
Keeping Fit with Sports
From basketball to karate, this nonfiction reader shows ways of staying fit with sports. Featuring bright, vivid photos and simple, informational text, this book will inspire readers to explore different sports that they'll want to stay fit with!
Kids Around the World
Introduce early readers to children from all over the globe! Featuring bright photos, colorful maps, and simple informational text, readers are familiarized with other geography, countries, and cultures.
Count Me In! School Carnival
Coming to America
America is a country that is filled with many immigrants. In this fascinating book, readers will learn some of the many reasons immigrants choose to become American citizens.
Different animals need different habitats to match their specific needs. This means the right soil, water, food, light, climate, and predators! Learn all about different habitats and how they help animals survive in this fascinating science reader.
The Solar System
The World of Transportation
Families Through Time
Money and Trade in Our Nation
Young readers will learn how trading and buying goods and services is beneficial to many people. Readers will also learn to understand the differences between wants and needs.
Environment: A World of Change
The land, water, and air on our planet are always changing! Learn about the water cycle, the rock cycle, volcanoes and earthquakes, fires and floods, adaptation, and more. The Earth is always changing, but it is just a part of life.
What Are Budgets?
Reading the Newspaper
Markets Around the World
Backstage Pass: Fashion
Sweet: Inside a Bakery
Remembering Our Heroes: Veterans Day
As Americans, we have much to be thankful for. Many brave men and women serve in the armed forces. They uphold our values and protect our borders. On Veterans Day, we take time to thank these people.
From blizzards to tornadoes, extreme weather occurs daily all over the world. This exciting NGSS-aligned informational text will help third grade students be prepared by learning about meteorologists, the Fujita scale, hurricanes, dust storms, and more.
Traits for Survival
Explore common, uncommon, and just plain weird survival traits that enable animals to live, thrive, and survive! From migration to camouflage, learn about the traits of species in this NGSS-aligned science book that supports STEM education.
Energy in Action
From potential energy to kinetic energy, electrical energy to mechanical energy, energy is constantly changing from one form to another. Learn how energy powers our world in this NGSS-aligned physical science book for third grade students.
Unsolved! History's Mysteries
Behind the Canvas: An Artist's Life
Final Lap! Go-Kart Racing
Defying Gravity! Rock Climbing
Hand to Paw: Protecting Animals
This nonfiction book highlights different programs and organizations that work to protect animals, animal habitats, and endangered species. This book features a list of helpful and useful websites to encourage readers to take part in animal activism.
We Are Here
Just how big is Earth compared to our solar system, the Milky Way, or even the universe? Discover what scientists have uncovered so far about Earth, our solar system, and the universe in this engaging book.
Straight Talk: Smoking
Inform readers of the dangers of smoking with this fact-filled nonfiction title. Readers are given the tools and information to educate themselves about smoking, tobacco, addiction, and the health problems that smoking can cause.
Are you good at predicting? Learn all about scientific predictions and the steps that scientists take to make good predictions in this NGSS-aligned book that will engage third grade students as they develop scientific practices and content-area literacy.
Still Marching Strong: Women in Modern America
Civil Rights Movement
Where Does Your Money Go?
Terror in the Tropics
In this fascinating nonfiction title, elementary readers are invited to discover terrifying plants and animals of the tropics. Readers will discover what makes poisonous plants so harmful and why dangerous jungle animals are so deadly.
21st Century: Mysteries of Deep Space
This nonfiction title gives readers a look into space exploration. Discover galaxies, comets, asteroids, constellations, the effect gravity has on the inner and outer planets, and what measures scientists are taking to learn more about space.
Physical: Feats & Failures
Readers will learn about some of the most amazing physical feats in history in this inspiring nonfiction title. Learn about sports records, daredevils like Evel Knievel, and the incredible determination that athletes have.
Digestion and Using Food
The Powerful Ocean
What a Scientist Sees
Watch It Grow
Action! Making Movies
Readers are taken behind the scenes to find out what goes into making a film. Children will be fascinated to learn about the various roles involved in filmmaking, including directors, directors of photography, costume designers, and actors.
Mighty Micros: Little Things, Big Results
Some of the most powerful things in the world are so tiny they can't be seen with the naked eye! Readers will be amazed at what they see when they take a glance at the world of the mini but mighty in this stunningly fascinating nonfiction title.
The Cutting Edge: Breakthroughs in Technology
Learn about the various technological innovations that have occurred throughout history--and what could be possible in the future! Readers will learn about miraculous inventions such as holograms, 3D printing, bionic body parts, and more!
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