What is that hopping through the backyard? It’s a rabbit! Beginning readers can learn basic facts about these big-eared visitors through simple, predictable text and colorful photos in this low-level title. A diagram of the animal and photo bubbles support the text to aid in comprehension for young students just starting to read on their own.
Danny sees a little raccoon in his yard. Danny is curious and follows the raccoon to see where it goes.
A robin in Danny's yard makes a nest, lays eggs, and starts a family. Read along to learn more about robins.
Look at those big cheeks! A chipmunk is getting ready for winter! This low-level title introduces readers to basic facts about these charming critters through literacy-focused text and bright photos. Features such as a diagram and photo labels reinforce the text to support students.
Foxes are notorious backyard thieves in children’s stories. But beginning readers can learn the real facts on these clever mammals through easy text and crisp photos in this low-level title. Simple features including food sidebars and a labeled fox diagram reinforce the text to aid in comprehension.
Raccoons are comfortable deep in the forest or in the big city! These clever creatures find ways to adapt to any environment. This beginning title introduces raccoons to young students with easy, predictable text and crisp, supportive photos. Simple, photo-focused features such as a diagram and food graphics support students new to independent reading.
Look! A deer is bounding through the forest! This title introduces these graceful mammals to beginning readers through easy-to-read text and vibrant photos. Simple features introduce favorite foods and recap body parts to reinforce content for students just starting to read on their own.