Noses introduces emergent readers to unique animal noses and how they use them while providing them with a supportive first nonfiction reading experience. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, making sure they aren't facing too many challenges at once. Noses includes tools for caregivers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.
To prove she’s still the tech expert at Blue Lake Junior High, Bridget agrees to write a review of a secret cutting-edge tablet that her dad’s company is developing. When Bridget’s post goes viral, however, the secret’s out, and the trouble begins.
Bridget and her friend Emma are surprised by the attention they receive at school after the launch of their e-zine, Cyber Hills Holler. So when a classmate starts up a competing site with edited photos of their classmates, they decide to fight back to retain their newfound popularity. Not everyone is happy with the results.
After a bad first soccer practice, Bridget feels pressured to get in better shape. She hopes a new fitness gadget will help her reach her fitness goals. Instead, it leads to a fierce competition, and it affects a friendship. Is Bridget’s latest tech passion pushing her too far?
Bridget and her friends, Eric and Emma, get a chance to use a research drone for a project at school. When Eric and Emma start acting weird around her, Bridget decides to use the drone for a different reason, and the secret she discovers isn’t what she was expecting.
This book takes a product students are interested in, Radar Gun, and provides them with details on how the product is created in the global market place of the 21st century.
Acids release hydrogen ions. Bases release hydroxide ions or accept hydrogen ions. This book provides examples of these everyday acids and bases that are used daily, or in chemical laboratories. Reading Essentials in Science.