Chickens like to do many things around the farm. They like to strut, lay eggs, and cluck.
Goats are the greatest farm animal of all time! Learn about goats on the farm.
Horses come in many different colors. Read about horses at the farm.
Calves refer to the young of some large mammals. Learn which baby animals at the zoo are calves.
A cub is a baby animal. The name cub is used for meat-eating mammal babies. Read about which baby animals at the zoo are called cubs.
Some animals at the zoo make loud noises and some are quiet.
Many animals have stripes on their bodies. Read about animals at the zoo that have stripes.
Danny and Bee walk through the spring woods and see signs of new life everywhere.
Cheetahs are so fast. The cheetah is the fastest animal at the zoo. Read more about cheetahs at the zoo.
Flamingos are pink birds who like to stand on one leg. Although 4-5 feet tall, adult flamingos only weigh 4-5 pounds. Read more about flamingos at the zoo.
Lions have a very loud roar that can be heard from many miles away. Learn about lions at the zoo.
Polar bears are big bears with white fur. Unlike other bears, polar bears do not truly hibernate. Read more about polar bears at the zoo.
Red pandas waddle when they walk and love to sleep. Read more about red pandas at the zoo.
The tigers' orange, black and white pattern of fur help them blend into the forest. Read more about tigers at the zoo.
All tortoises are turtles, but not all turtles are tortoises. Read to learn more about tortoises at the zoo.
Many frogs live around the pond. How many frogs can you find in this book?
A farm is a place where a farmer grows crops and raises animals. Look at all of the animals you can meet on a farm.
A pond is a small body of still, fresh water that is a habitat for a variety of plants and animals.
A zoo contains a collection of wild animals for display, conservation, and study. Let's find out which animals live at the zoo.
Diane Shore and Deanna Calvert's clever, rhyming text entices young readers to guess which rainforest animal is hiding beneath the flap, skillfully nestled into artist Stephanie Bauer's vibrant, whimsical art.
Welders help fix the world! These strong helpers work hard to repair car parts, bridges, and other metal objects. In this title, full-color photos appear alongside leveled text to give readers an inside look at the important work of welders. Special features show off welder skills and gear, and photo labels and a picture glossary reinforce the meanings of important words.
This leveled title takes young readers on a journey in the sky! It introduces the exciting job of flight attendants, who travel the world to keep fliers safe and comfortable. Colorful photos and engaging text highlight the work of flight attendants, while labels and a picture glossary introduce important words. Special features introduce the important skills and gear of these community helpers.
Read about how polar bear cubs grow to be the biggest bear in the world and how zookeepers take care of them. This level 3 guided reader book includes intriguing facts and adorable photos. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about how these baby animals learn and grow, what they eat, and how they socialize with each other. Book includes table of contents, glossary, index, author biographies, sidebars, and word list for home and school connection.
Read about the slow, sleepy sloth babies and the healthy meals that zookeepers provide for them. This level 3 guided reader book includes intriguing facts and adorable photos. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about how these baby animals learn and grow, what they eat, and how they socialize with each other. Book includes table of contents, glossary, index, author biographies, sidebars, and word list for home and school connection.
Learn what the doctor does during a visit to make sure you stay healthy. The book utilizes social emotional based text to get children comfortable with reading, and uses the Whole Language approach to literacy, a combination of sight words and repetition builds recognition and confidence. Bold, colorful photographs correlate directly to text to help guide readers through the book.