A class is learning a lesson on making graphs and interpreting data, and the class clown, Logan, has some off-the-wall answers to his classmates' surveys.
Kids in a classroom practice measuring favorite objects they brought from home using different units of measurement and comparing the objects.
A young boy learns to tell time on digital and analog clocks as he impatiently waits for a friend to come over to play.
Aiden helps his little brother Mason make change at a yard sale so that he can buy a new video game, which they will then share.
A Level 1 Amicus Reader that describes how different animal homes are used and how they benefit each animal. Examples include nests, caves, webs, tree hollows, termite mounds, and shells. Includes comprehension activity.
Hold on tight! Kids are about to discover the biggest, fastest, and scariest roller coasters in the world. From the "Kingda Ka" in New Jersey that's as tall as a 45-story building to the "Steel Dragon 2000" in Japan that covers the length of 27 football fields, these gigantic structures will capture the imagination and delight of every young reader.
Fasten your seat belt! You're about to take a tour of the biggest, most awesome trucks in the world! From gigantic tankers that transport enough liquid to fill 72,000 pint-sized milk cartons to super-huge logging trucks that can haul the weight of seven large elephants, readers will see just how useful these trucks can be. Large, full-color photos and fascinating facts are sure to make Titanic Trucks a hit with young readers.