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Jury duty is an important part of being a responsible citizen. It helps ensure that trials are fair and just. In this low-level text, beginning readers will learn about the importance of juries and how they work. Special features teach readers about the qualifications of jury members and show the difference between a world with and without jury duty.Show more
Hoo is that? It is an owl! Beginning readers can learn all about these nighttime flyers, from what they eat to what makes them excellent hunters, through decodable text and engaging images. Features including diagrams and a picture glossary add support for students just starting to read independently.Show more
Kids know a turtle carries its home on its back, but what else does a pet turtle need? This low-level title introduces the needs of pet turtles, from heat lamps to favorite foods, through supportive text and crisp photos. Features highlight popular pet turtle species and reinforce text with labels and diagrams. Young students just starting to read independently will love learning about these favorite pets in this engaging title.Show more
Voting is the key to democracy. It is how we make our voices heard. In this low-level text, young readers will learn about the importance of casting a ballot and the consequences of not fulfilling this duty. Special features such as labels, a question, and a picture glossary help reinforce the text. Readers of this book will soon understand the importance of voting!Show more
Look at that sea lion swim! Or is that a seal? Seals and sea lions look similar. But there are many traits that make each of these animals unique! This title introduces young readers to the physical and behavioral differences between seals and sea lions. Simple text, vibrant photos, and a side-by-side comparison feature will help readers see the differences between these flippered friends!Show more
Who is that sneaking through the grass? A snake! In this title, young students can learn basic facts about these slippery critters through approachable text filled with sight words and crisp photography. Features such as photo labels and a photo glossary offer additional support for readers just starting out.Show more
What is under the sand? It is a stingray! Young students can play hide and seek with these interesting fish in this low-level title. Simple text and vibrant photos offer an engaging introduction, while features such as sight words, photo labels, and diagrams aid in comprehension. Students just starting to read independently won’t get stung with this friendly title!Show more
What bird has a large body and a long neck, but cannot fly? It is an emu! Or is it an ostrich? These birds may seem similar, but they are unique in many ways. Lively images, simple text, and a side-by-side comparison feature help young readers learn how emus and ostriches have different appearances and behaviors. Readers will soon identify these flightless birds with ease!Show more
With their big antlers and hooved feet, it can be hard to tell a moose and an elk apart! But there are more differences between these majestic mammals than one might think. From color to diet, this title introduces young readers to the unique characteristics of moose and elk. It features an engaging side-by-side comparison to reinforce the content in a fun, unique way.Show more
From the mountains to the grasslands, coyotes are on the prowl! Through simple, predictable text and crisp images, beginning readers can learn about how these predators use their strong ears and eyes to find food. Simple features include a picture glossary and a diagram of body parts. Readers just starting out will have nothing to fear from this fun, supportive title!Show more
Look up! A crane is building a skyscraper! This beginning title examines these tall machines, from their jobs to their parts. Features use images and labels to clarify and reinforce the text, while short sentences and numerous sight words support readers who are just starting to read independently.Show more
The military keeps people safe! That is why military service is an important part of responsible citizenship. Young readers will learn about the importance of the military and the service of its members through low-level text and vibrant images. Special features highlight the requirements for joining the military and show what the world would be like with and without military service.Show more
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