In this book, students take an inside look at the scaly, unusual world of reptiles and amphibians with fascinating pictures of lesser known reptiles and amphibians that make this reader a page-turner. A language arts connection is made with vocabulary related to reptiles and amphibians.
Investigate the wiggly world of invertebrates! Neither mammals nor reptiles, these animals are in a class all their own. This book provides captivating photographs to help illustrate the defining features of these animals and bring to light the mysterious world of these one-of-a-kind creatures. A language arts connection is made with the vocabulary related to invertebrate body parts, body functions, and life cycles.
Did you know that most animals in the world don't have backbones? Learn more about invertebrates in this engaging nonfiction book. Readers will learn all about mollusks, arthropods, arachnids, and crustaceans while being stimulated from cover to cover with its detailed images and charts, intriguing facts, and informative text.
Explore the history of clothes including inventors and their inventions of common clothing items such as jeans, raincoats, even zippers! Find how making clothes has changed over time with interesting facts of an often-overlooked industry. The reader provides a language arts connection as students learn vocabulary related to all aspects of the clothing industry.
Come and get it! This book compares the different ways food is grown, harvested, and stored throughout history as well as the properties of growing and selling food. Take this mouth-watering journey packed with vocabulary related to food preparation and distribution.
Follow the history and advances in communications starting with hieroglyphics through the development of the telephone, the computer, and satellite communication. Language arts connection is technology-based vocabulary that is necessary to master in the 21st century.
Explore the history and function of planes including the vital role that planes played in World War II and their transition into commercial travel. Readers will enjoy reading about famous people in aviation including the Wright brothers, Charles Lindbergh, and Amelia Earhart while learning the basic principles of aerodynamics. Book includes vocabulary related to the history and function of planes.