TIME FOR KIDS® Informational Text Grade 4 Readers 30-Book Set
Guided Rd. Level P-Z
Interest Level 3-6
Dig up some dirt and find out how tiny creatures build amazing structures, discover how some people defy gravity, see how you can contribute to the lives of endangered animals, and more with this intriguing 30-book collection! Supplement your reading program, build your classroom library, and enhance your intervention program with high-interest nonfiction leveled books. These colorful books feature content from TIME FOR KIDS®, with themes from science, mathematics, and social studies. Children will want to read these books that include familiar concepts, high-interest content, and a variety of colorful graphics. The titles in this collection include (titles may vary):
- Survival! Desert
- Survival! Ocean
- Survival! Jungle
- Bug Builders
- Animal Architects
- Wild Cities
- In the Game: An Athlete's Life
- On the Scene: A CSI's Life
- Behind the Canvas: An Artist's Life
- Unsolved! Mysterious Events
- Unsolved! Mysterious Places
- Unsolved! History's Mysteries
- Defying Gravity! Rock Climbing
- Hang Ten! Surfing
- Final Lap! Go-Kart Racing
- Straight Talk: The Truth About Food
- Straight Talk: Smoking
- Straight Talk: Drugs and Alcohol
- Strange but True: Gross Anatomy
- Strange but True: Bizarre Animals
- Strange but True: Tiny Creatures
- Helen Keller: A New Vision
- Nelson Mandela: Leading the Way
- Anne Frank: A Light in the Dark
- Hand to Heart: Improving Communities
- Hand to Paw: Protecting Animals
- Hand to Earth: Saving the Environment
- Technology: Feats & Failures
- Physical: Feats & Failures
- Engineering: Feats & Failures
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