Order up! This title for beginning readers follows servers as they speed from table to table to keep their customers happy. Leveled text and engaging photos introduces readers to where servers work, what they do, and the skills they need to be successful. Special features call server gear and a picture glossary defines important words in this book about some of the community’s busiest helpers!
The Senate is a part of Congress that has 100 members. Every state elects two senators to represent its people. In this title, leveled text and matching photos show beginning readers what the Senate is, what Senators do, and why these congresspeople have such an important job. Added features show how the branches of government work together, outline the requirements for the job, and ask readers to answer a thought-provoking question.
Extra, extra! Read all about it in this informative book about the important work of reporters. Leveled text explores the daily work of newspaper and television reporters, while vibrant photos show these community helpers at work. Readers will learn what reporters do, where they work, and what skills make a good reporter. A unique feature highlights reporter gear and a picture glossary illustrates important terms.
The president is the leader of the United States! This person is tasked with making important decisions for the nation. In this text, leveled text and relevant photos introduce beginning readers to the basics about the duties of this civil servant. Special features include a job requirements graphic, a chart showing the branches of government, and a question for readers to consider.
Order in the court! The judge settles the argument. Time for the next case! This book for beginning readers uses leveled text and bright photos to introduce the important work of judges. Readers will learn what judges do, where judges work, and what it takes to be a good judge. Additional features such as a skills graphic, a gear graphic, and a picture glossary add even more to this interesting title!
All 50 states have a leader called the governor. But who can be a governor, and what does a governor do? Each state has different qualifications, and each governor has different duties. In this title,leveled text introduces beginning readers to the basic duties and roles of this important position. Informative features include a graphic showing off the “must haves” for the job, a chart showing how the branches of government work together, and more!
Truck drivers travel near and far to deliver goods! But that is not their only duty. This fun book uses bright photos and leveled text highlights how truck drivers make deliveries, meet deadlines, and stay safe on the road! Special features highlight truck driver skills and gear, while photo labels and a picture glossary help readers understand challenging words.
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.
An electrician wires a new circuit. Now the lights shine bright! This leveled title introduces the important work of electricians, bringing readers along as they wire buildings, check parts, and solve problems. Special features highlight electrician skills and gear, and photo labels and picture glossaries reinforce the meanings of important words. Readers will soon understand how these hardworking helpers light up the community!
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.
The hairstylist makes some careful snips. Now the customer has a whole new look! This engaging title explores the skillful work of hairstylists in salons, at events, and even backstage! Leveled text combines with bright photos to give readers an inside look of these creative helpers at work. Special features show off hairstylist skills and gear, and photo labels and a picture glossary help reinforce the meanings of important words.
Bakers make the world taste good! In this engaging children’s title, readers will learn how bakers mix ingredients and bake them into tasty treats. Leveled text appears alongside colorful photos to give readers an inside look at bakers at work. Special features introduce important baker skills and gear, while photo labels and a picture glossary highlight important words.
Although its the second smallest continent on Earth, Europe has the third largest population. Rich in history, literature, and art, European culture has been a far-reaching influence all over the globe. Give students the opportunity to discover how Europe stands out in this fascinating title!
It’s not easy running one of the largest corporations in the world, but Indra Nooyi is up to the task. This low-level title takes early readers through the PepsiCo CEO’s childhood in India, all the way up to her present-day work, creating healthier snacks and a modern Pepsi design. Indra Nooyi is leading business into the future!
Custodians are hard-working members of the community! In schools, businesses, and hospitals everywhere, custodians are on duty for everything from mess cleanup to repair work. This low-level title explores all these community helpers do to make the world shine.
Known as one of America’s greatest leaders, George Washington led an army of rebels to independence. Today, we honor his successes through the Washington Monument. Beginning readers will find informative text and features along with eye-catching photos from cover to cover in this title about the Washington Monument!
The pilot radios air traffic control. She steers the plane to the runway. Time for takeoff! Whether they’re delivering packages or transporting travelers, pilots are important community helpers. This book for young readers explores all that pilots do to transport everything safely through the sky.
Carved into America’s heartland, Mount Rushmore celebrates four presidents who made America what it is today. This symbol of freedom is at center stage in this title for beginning readers, highlighting Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln through leveled text and vibrant matching photos!
Uh-oh! A leaky pipe has turned the basement into a flood. Time to call a plumber! These community helpers work on pipes to help keep buildings safe and dry. This informative title introduces readers to plumbers and the tools and skills that they need to do their job!
As the tallest buildings on Earth, skyscrapers tower over cities! These massive buildings house offices, shops, and apartments in cities around the world. This title introduces readers to the building methods, materials, and science that lets these towers climb high into the sky.
Uh-oh, the car won’t start. Better call a mechanic! Mechanics test, care for, and repair the machines that keep our world running. This informative title helps readers understand the busy world of these community helpers.
Rain or shine, a farmer’s work is never done. Farmers grow crops, raise livestock, and gather eggs and milk. Young readers will get an inside look at a day in the life of these important community members!
Finding the right book can be daunting, but librarians are here to help! They buy books for the library, track down information, and even host read-a-louds. In this engaging title, beginning readers will learn all about how librarians support and shape our communities.
Where would we be without garbage collectors? They pick up our trash, help sort our recycling, and keep our neighborhoods clean. In this book, young readers will learn about the hardworking individuals who collect our trash.
In the United States, Labor Day honors American workers. What started as a small labor union festival in 1882 has become a national holiday. Every first Monday in September, many schools and businesses close, and parades pop up across the country! This informative title explains the history and many transformations of Labor Day.