Named for their ability to sprint a quarter mile, American quarter horses shine on and off the track! These popular horses also round up cattle and entertain at rodeos. In this title, young readers will learn all about the breed through leveled text and fun features that highlight coat colors, track distances, and more!
They once galloped through the Great Plains. But today, the uniquely patterned American paint horse makes the perfect trail-riding companion! This low-level title describes the horse’s appearance, history, and talents. Special features show off coat patterns, compare sizes, and explore the history of the breed, adding increased interest and fun for young readers. Happy trails!
Here comes an allosaurus! The fierce predator races toward its prey. It sinks its sharp teeth into its latest meal! Scenes like this one were common during the Jurassic Period, when the allosaurus walked the earth. In this high-interest text, readers will explore the world of the allosaurus, from how it hunted to where it lived to why it went extinct. Special features include maps, a pronunciation guide, a diet graphic, and a two-page profile that highlights key information about the allosaurus. Readers will love taking a bite out of this ferocious title!
Fast, friendly, and sweet, vizslas are one breed early readers will want to check out! These smart dogs love to play and work, often taking on special jobs to help their communities. Engaging text combines with vibrant photos and special features such as a map and a breed profile to introduce readers to this awesome dog!
In the distance, a twig snaps. A white-tailed deer perks up. Time to run! White-tailed deer thrive in the forest biome. Special adaptations such as strong senses and speedy running help them find food and avoid danger. This low-level title uses simple text to explore the lives of the deer. Special features offer extra information such as range, conservation status, life span, and diet.
Shiba inus are playful companions and skilled hunters from the mountains of Japan. They are a little shy, but these fluffy friends are also loyal and loving. Discover more about this bold breed through leveled text, striking photos, and features highlighting the breed, where they are from, and more in this title for early readers.
Moose are forest survivors! Split hooves, thick fur, and other adaptations help these tall mammals thrive in the diverse forest biome. This simple text takes readers on a journey through the forest for an up-close look at the lives of moose. Special features offer extra information such as range, conservation status, life span, and diet.
Curious and always ready to play, miniature schnauzers are one dog breed that early readers will love to learn about! As members of the Terrier Group, mini schnauzers are alert and fearless. Readers will enjoy learning about this fun breed through engaging text, photos, and special features a breed profile, a map, and a coat graphic.
Whether their straight, white coats are trimmed short or tied into a topknot, maltese are are too cute not to love! These cuddly canines enjoy snuggling up, but they can be bold and fearless, too. Early readers will learn all about maltese in this engaging title. The text is supported by bright photos, a breed profile, a coat feature, and a map showing the dogs’ origins.
Raccoons are skilled survivors! These critters easily climb up and down trees to avoid predators. Then they scurry off to secret dens! This low-level text introduces readers to the adaptations that help raccoons survive in the forest biome. Special features offer additional information such as range, conservation status, life span, and diet.
Great gray owls can rotate their heads 280 degrees! This unique skill is one of many adaptations outlined in this low-level title about great gray owls. Simple text and beautiful photos combine to offer readers an inside look at how these forest flyers were made for the forest. Added features offer information such as range, conservation status, life span, and diet.
A long howl rises over the dark forest. It is a gray wolf calling for its pack! Gray wolves are intelligent creatures whose bodies and behaviors are adapted to thrive in the forest biome. This title features low-level text and striking photos to take readers on a journey into the life of a gray wolf. Maps and other features show off range, conservation status, life span, and diet.
A black bear moseys through a thick forest. It is foraging for its next meal! Smaller creatures scurry out of sight to make way for the woodland ruler. In this title about black bears, simple text helps readers explore how the bears are adapted to life in the forest biome. The text is supported by special features that show off range, conservation status, life span, and diet.
Buzz! A black and yellow insect flies past! Is it a wasp ready to attack, or friendly bee searching for flowers? Young readers will find out how to tell bees and wasps apart using easy-to-read text, photo labels, and side-by-side comparisons. From body shape to hives and nests, beginning readers can match defining characteristics to each stinging insect in this colorful title.
African lions easily sneak through the savannas of Africa thanks to the camouflage of their tan fur. Engaging text covers this and other attributes that have made lions top grassland predators, with features showing major adaptations, range, and diet. Beginning readers can learn just how lions survive under the hot African sun in this fact-filled title.
Did you know that giraffe tongues are dark in color? Scientist believe the color protects them from the hot sun of the savanna. In this engaging title, bright photos and low-level text introduce young readers to giraffes and their adaptations to the grassland biome. Graphics about range, diet, and physical adaptations further illustrate how giraffes survive in the hot, dry savanna.
Zebras’ stripes don’t just look fancy--they help zebras survive their grassland habitat! The unique patterns of the stripes help keep dangerous flies away. In this title, low-level text and special features on diet and physical characteristics explain the special adaptations zebras have to make the African savanna their perfect home.
All tortoises are turtles, but what sets tortoises apart from their fellow family members? Side-by side-comparisons and clear photos take young learners through various physical and behavioral differences between turtles and tortoises in this low-level title. Discover what makes each reptile unique!
American bullfrogs can jump farther than 7 feet (2.1 meters)! In this leveled text, learn about the lives of North America’s largest frogs, from their habitat and diet to how they grow. Features including a range map, size comparison, and status bar add visual support to aid comprehension. Young students will leap for this fun title!
Cottonmouths are named for the white insides of their mouths. But don’t get too close! These snakes have a venomous bite. This title explores how cottonmouths use their deadly bite to capture prey and provides facts on other characteristics that help the snakes hunt and avoid predators. Special features show size comparisons and identifying traits to support leveled text. Slither up to this title for early readers and get ready to learn!
Muskrats are super swimmers! These semi-aquatic rodents can hold their breath for up to 20 minutes! In this engaging text, bright photos and special features illustrating conservation status, range, and identifying characteristics support information on the lives of muskrats, from habitat and favorite foods to how they grow. Dive into this fact-filled title for young readers!
Common box turtles are experts at avoiding predators. They can close their shells so that they are nearly impossible to open! Find out where these fascinating reptiles live, what they eat, and how they stay safe from predators in this leveled text. Features on predators and baby turtles support the text, along with colorful photos, to bring young readers out of their shells!
A rare snow leopard runs gracefully over the snow. Its large paws keep it from sinking into the drifts. A long, fluffy tail keeps it balanced atop high rocks. Young readers will love this colorful title about one of the world’s most mysterious mountain predators. With action-packed photos, easy-to-read text, maps, and infographics highlighting adaptations, this low-level book is sure to delight!
It’s not easy to be a little pika on a big mountain! These miniature mammals spend summer days building bathtub-sized haypiles to feed them through the snowy winter. Through maps, close-up photos, low-level text, and bright features highlighting adaptations, this title brings beginning readers eye-to-eye with pikas and their mountain biome.
German shorthaired pointers (GSPs) love to hunt! These energetic dogs crave action and excitement. This title tells of the breed’s history and characteristics through leveled text and bright photos, while features visually call out coat colors and key traits. Hunt down this title for a great pick for beginning readers!