On a forest plantation, trees shoot up into the sky. Before long, they are ready to be chopped, chipped, turned into pulp, and made into paper! In this title, early readers will find leveled text alongside helpful features including a map, a chart of tree growth needs, and a graphic that summarizes the process. Each page will keep readers engaged with informative text and bright photos!
Tulips are a welcome sign of springtime. But before their colorful blooms can be enjoyed, their hearty bulbs require a winter’s rest! Inside the covers of this early reader, peel back the layers of tulip bulbs, see how they grow, and enjoy images of bright blooms. Along the way, special features show where tulips are grown, what they need to grow, their life cycle, and more!
There’s nothing quite like biting into a sweet chocolate bar and letting it melt in your mouth. But it takes a lot of love to turn cocoa beans into the chocolatey treat we all crave! This title for early readers takes readers along on a journey from cocoa bean to chocolate. Special features a map of where cocoa beans grow, the global impact of chocolate, and more!
The cotton T-shirt is a staple in many closets. But this classic piece of clothing has quite the journey. It begins in a cotton field before it becomes a favorite T-shirt. This title for early readers follows the process from cotton to T-shirt. Readers will find a map of where cotton is grown, a feature highlighting special machines, and plenty of other information in this fascinating title!
The green grass that fills pastures of grazing cows is the key to the nourishing milk we enjoy each day! Turn the pages of this early reader to discover how milk makes it from pastures to our homes. Special features summarize the process in an easy-to-follow chart, introduce the parts of a milk machine, show a map of where most milk is made, and more!
As leafy vines spread over fertile fields, it is only a matter of time before pumpkins are ready to harvest. After a day at the factory, it is time to make pie! Early readers will follow along on the trip pumpkins take from the patch to the can as they are made into puree for pies. Throughout the text, features highlight where pumpkins are grown, what they need to grow, and more!
Lawrence had big plans for Saturday. Doing nothing. It was going to be perfect but it was ruined when he had to tag along to volunteer with his sister for beach cleanup. He didn’t expect other kids his age or the adventure they were going to have. From the sandy beach to the tangled roots of the mangroves, Lawrence and his friends encounter a giant eyeball, a dinosaur, and treasure! Paired to the nonfiction title Marine Biologists.