Welcome to Mexico! From the various animals to the warm desert, readers are invited to explore all aspects of this beautiful country in this delightful nonfiction title. Using informational text in conjunction with vibrant photos, maps, and charts, readers will be engaged from beginning to end!
In this enthralling nonfiction reader that features informational text, vivid photos, stimulating facts, and colorful diagrams, readers will learn all about tornadoes and hurricanes--from how they are formed to where are they are most common.
Early elementary readers find out what causes earthquakes and what to do to stay safe if one occurs in this helpful nonfiction reader. Featuring informational text, colorful maps, diagrams, and vibrant photos, this book keeps children engaged and fascinated at the same time!
Introduce early readers to children from all over the globe! Featuring bright photos, colorful maps, and simple informational text, readers are familiarized with other geography, countries, and cultures.
Every page in this colorful nonfiction reader features bright, vivid images in conjunction with descriptive vocabulary and nonfiction informational text to introduce beginning readers to various types of land. Examples include canyons, deserts, grasslands, mountains, forests, and beaches.
Daniel Boone is often known for a coonskin cap, but more than that, he was one of America's greatest explorers! Readers will learn about Daniel's adventurous life as he hunted and trapped animals, created a "Wilderness Road", and rescued his daughter from Shawnee Indians! This fascinating book features informational text, lively images and drawings, and a helpful glossary, index, and timeline of Boone's life.
Oceans cover 70 percent of the Earth's surface, providing students with a variety of plant and animal life to learn about. An ocean biome includes the saltwater below the waves and everything on, above, and near the surface. Students will also learn about the beach, tides, cliffs, bays, coastlines, coral reefs, and tide pools.
A cactus wren nests in a desert cactus. A zebra grazes on a grassy plain. A cougar crouches between thick trees in a forest. Deserts, grasslands, and forests are all biomes. A biome is an area with a certain type of climate with unique plants and animals that have adapted to its environment. Featuring TIME For Kids content, this nonfiction reader introduces students to five of Earth's biomes: ocean, forest, desert, grassland, and tundra. This high-interest title includes detailed photos, stimulating facts, and clear, informational text to engage students as they build their critical literacy skills. The book includes text features such as bold font, captions, a table of contents, a glossary, and sidebars to increase understanding, improve academic vocabulary, and prompt critical thinking.
Discover the heat of the desert, its plant and animal life, and principles of evaporation and erosion. A detailed map is included that shows the locations of the world's deserts as well as a graph that shows largest deserts in the world.