Robots can help people clean, mow their lawns, learn new things, and more. Young readers will meet the robots making every day easier and discover which tasks helper robots will tackle next.
Imagine a robot greeting you at an office or taking your order at a restaurant. In the future, they just might! Kids will discover the robots learning to do human jobs, play sports, and more.
Robots can do jobs that once only humans could, from mowing the yard to performing surgery. Readers will discover other services robots perform to help police, save lives, and more.
Text carefully leveled for emergent readers and bright photographs pair up for an inviting introduction to the sense of touch.
Young readers will devour this accessible introduction to taste featuring vivid photos that complement the accessible text.
Can something small matter at all? Of course it can! In this book for young readers (who know a thing or two about being small), you can take a super close look at details too little to be seen with the human eye. Powerful shots from scanning electron microscopes show shark skin, bird feathers, the hairs on a honeybee's eye, and so much more, proving that tiny details can make a BIG difference.
Carefully leveled text and eye-catching photos invite young readers to explore the sense of sight.
Introduce emergent readers to the sense of hearing through carefully leveled text and a tight text-to-photo match.
Engaging and accessible text and inviting photos introduce the sense of smell to young readers.
Sunflowers are a cheerful addition to any bouquet. How do they grow? Emergent readers will follow the sunflower life cycle through carefully leveled text and full-color photos. Pairs with the fiction title Flowers in the Sun.
From tiny seeds to yellow flowers to fluffy seed heads, follow every stage of the dandelion life cycle. Pairs with the fiction title Dandelions to Eat.
As the sun moves across the sky, a little boy joyfully watches the sunflowers follow the sun in this sweet illustrated story. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Sunflowers.
Follow a bee, a butterfly, and a bunny as they find dandelions to eat together in this adorably illustrated tale. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Dandelions.
Learn about looping, a fundamental coding concept, without using a computer. Fun, sports-themed activities engage readers and teach them to start seeing looping everywhere, especially in sports! Paper and pencil activities give readers real-world understanding of coding concepts.
Sport-oriented hands-on activities introduce readers to conditionals and other fundamental coding concepts. Through games and activities using common household supplies, readers learn how to create rules that govern reactions and build their understanding of how computers work.
Which robot is fastest, smartest, or strongest? In robot competitions, the best bots battle it out. See how robots compete to solve puzzles, win races, and crush their opponents in robot smackdowns. These robots and their teams of engineers are fighting to win!
How do we use our five senses? Young readers will explore hearing, smell, sight, touch, and taste in this title featuring carefully leveled text and a tight text-to-photo match.
Robots are out of this world! Space robots go beyond where people can explore. Readers will meet robots orbiting other planets, exploring their surfaces, and much more.
Those who dream of hearing the word inventor before their names are in for a treat! Meet real-life kid inventors and see what led to their success. Back matter includes tips for readers to get started on their own inventions.
For decades, people have claimed to have spotted a tall, hairy creature in the woods of the Pacific Northwest. But is Bigfoot just a silly prank? Readers discover the truth about Bigfoot in this book!
Using the action-packed world of sports, this book teaches young readers fundamental coding concepts without using a computer. Learn all about bugs and errors, how to fix them, and how to start seeing them everywhere—especially in sports! Paper and pencil activities give readers real-world understanding of coding concepts.
Simple, hands-on activities explore algorithms for readers not yet ready for coding on computers. Sports-themed projects encourage readers to learn about the basics of coding through writing out the algorithm to shoot a basketball, steal a base, or create a gymnastics routine.
This beautifully illustrated and witty piece of fiction tells the story of two kings - one mean (King Griswold) and one kind (King Albert) and a young trainee cook who saves the day with an old cannon and tons of strawberry ice cream. The final pages at the end introduce the reader to the science of making ice cream, adding an informative non-fiction element to this exciting new title.
When you think about bacteria, you might talk about bugs and dirt. But actually bacteria are useful. They're really important to you and to your health, in fact, you can't live without them!
When you think about bacteria, you might talk about bugs and dirt, but actually bacteria are useful. They're really important to you and to your health; in fact, you can't live without them!