Sipping warm tea can make a cold, dreary day a little bit cozier. But how do those tea leaves make it to your mug? Join the Tea Pot food truck to find out!
My puppy is sick. Who helps take care of our furry, feathered, scaly, and slimy friends? A veterinarian does! Read all about these important community helpers.
What happens when the past and present collide? The patients and staff at the Royal Derby Hospital might have found out after they built the hospital on top of an old Roman road. Many say a Roman soldier walks the hallways of this hospital. But what does the phantom soldier want? Read this graphic story to find out.
Explore the apple orchard, from types of apples to tasty treats. The apple orchard makes fall fun.
There's trouble and you need help. Who keeps people safe? Police officers do! Read all about these important community helpers.
Explore the pumpkin patch, from how pumpkins grow, to what kinds of yummy treats you can make from ripe pumpkins. Going to the pumpkin patch makes fall fun!
Learn about the busiest time of year on the farm. From crops to festivals, harvests make fall fun!
Follow paramedics Michelle McInnis and her partner as they fight to save people during a deadly Chicago heat wave.
I need a place to put all my books. I need a shelf! Who builds the things we use daily? A carpenter does! Read all about these important community helpers.
I'm so hungry. I am going out to a restaurant. Who makes your food in restaurants? A chef does! Read all about these important community helpers.
I don't feel very good. My head is hot and my tummy hurts. Who do you see when you are sick? You see a doctor! Read all about these important community helpers.
Uh-oh that's a big fire. Who can you call if there is a fire? You call a firefighter! Read all about these important community helpers.
Many criminals have been imprisoned at Alcatraz. But what else is locked up there? Do the ghosts and spirits of many former prisoners haunted the cells and hallways? Read this spooky book to find out.
Where can you go to see lions, and tigers, and bears? You can go to the zoo! A trip to the zoo can be very exciting. A trip to the zoo is also a great way to learn about animal habitats in faraway places.
Do you like to collect things? Many people do. Some people collect art. Others collect objects from history. Some people collect cars or toys. You can collect just about anything! There are almost as many museums as there are things to collect. Take a trip back in time and learn more about these amazing places.
When you hear the word "playground," what do you think of? Do you picture slides and swings? Do you think of climbing walls and tunnels? Or do you picture pirate ships and space to run? Over the years, playgrounds have changed in many ways. But they have always been a place where children can enjoy themselves and learn important lessons about safety and getting along with others. Discover how playgrounds came to be and how they have changed over the years.
Today's amusement parks are filled with amazing, high-tech rides. Some even take the fun to the water! Amusement parks of the past were exciting places as well. Amusement parks have been around for hundreds of years. Readers discover the history of these fun-filled places!
The vice president is second-in-command to the president of the United States! This important leader has many duties, including taking over the role of the president! In this book, beginning readers will discover what this important job is all about through leveled text and interesting photos. Special features highlight how the vice president works with other branches of government, outline the requirements for the job, and ask readers a question.
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land! The nine Supreme Court justices study the Constitution to make sure laws are fair. Their rulings guide all other courts throughout the United States. In this title, leveled text and interesting photos introduce beginning readers to the nation’s highest court. 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.
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!