Early readers can learn how to make their very own gingerbread man in this step-by-step instructional nonfiction book. Bright, vivid photos and a glossary of tools required give children an opportunity to immerse themselves in craft-making.
Early readers can learn how to make their very own Chinese New Year dragon in this step-by-step instructional nonfiction book. Bright, vivid photos and a glossary of required tools help introduce children to a new culture through craft-making.
Do you have something to celebrate? You can celebrate by making papel picado! Featuring vibrant step-by-step photo instructions, this nonfiction book helps introduce children to another culture through craft-making and designs.
The art of glass blowing has been around for over 4,000 years! Readers explore the history of blown glass, the tools and equipment that is used, and how it is still practiced today in this engaging nonfiction reader that features vibrant images and informational text.
A representation of American history and expansion, Mount Rushmore honors four great American presidents. Early learners may not yet know the symbolism behind Mount Rushmore, but the engaging photographs will help them create a vivid storyline of this symbolic landmark from conception to completion. Aligned to the National Council for the Social Studies and other state standards, this wordless e-book will help students understand the meaning behind one of the many important symbolic national landmarks in America.
Introduce beginning readers to basic familiar vocabulary including family, mother, father, sister, brother, grandma, grandpa, and pets through vibrant images and informational text.
Featuring basic concepts, this nonfiction book teaches beginning readers different modes of travel--from bikes and cars to sleds and buses--while incorporating informational text with colorful and engaging images that will delight early readers!