Wilma Rudolph wanted to run and jump like other children, but she had a serious disease that kept her leg from growing well. She did not give up and went on to one day win Olympic gold medals.
At ninja competitions, athletes jump, climb, and flip their way through a twisted obstacle course. Explore the history behind the wild sport of ninja and its connection to ninja of the past.
Everyone gets involved in the family soccer game! Readers will practice the words for body parts as the game goes on.
Readers will enjoy inferring who's really having fun on a trip to the amusement park.
The whole family pitches in when Nick, the youngest, wants to catch a fish on his own.
Alex is so anxious to use his new skateboard that he ignores his family's warnings. Readers will enjoy reading this action-packed book and will learn a valuable lesson.
Get out the reel, get out the rod, get out the wriggly worms: Sammy has a wish to catch a fish. A very, very big fish. The biggest fish in the whole lake. But instead he snags a sneaker, a shirt, and a tube. Will his luck change?
Little Princess wants to join her friends at the pool. She just needs to get her bathing suit and swim cap, then SPLASH! In she goes for a happy swim day!
"Major" loved to ride his bike. He raced and did tricks, winning award after award. He became one of the best bicycle racers in the United States in just a few years. What happened to this amazing athlete? In this 24-page book from the Leaders Like Us series, you'll meet an important African American leader in sports – Major Taylor!
Ava is a good swimmer. She’s also a good teammate. When Alonso is afraid of the water, Ava knows just what to do. She and the team mascot help him have fun in the pool! In Ava Kane, In the Lane, you'll be rooting for Ava as she learns about swimming and teamwork!
Score! Megan Rapinoe is a legend both on and off the soccer field. Learn how this soccer superstar and role model is inspiring the next generation of female athletes and activists.
Footballs fly through the air, soccer balls zoom down a field, and pom-poms wave. Which fall sports do you play? Learn about all the sports that make fall fun!
When the field isn’t ready for the big game, will Lawni be ready to pitch in to help the big machines complete the job?
Do you have what it takes on the court? This low-level title takes readers through tennis basics, including gameplay, scoring, and gear. Features include a profile of a famous player and a visual diagram of the court. This title for beginning readers is sure to serve up fun!
Swimming is one of the most-watched Olympic events! This title for beginning readers explores the sport, from strokes and relays to gear. Features include a diagram of a pool, a graphic of the gear needed, and a profile of a star swimmer. Take your mark and dive into this fun title!
Crunch! Monster trucks can crush cars with ease! This title for beginning readers introduces basic facts about these mighty machines through simple, predictable text and colorful photos. Features point out monster truck parts and tricks to support the text. This low-level title is sure to boost young students as they begin to read independently!
From casting to catch and release, there is a lot to learn about fishing! This low-level title takes beginning readers through fishing basics, including gear, laws, and favorite fish to catch. Features that highlight the gear needed and profile a star angler reel readers into this engaging title!
Archery is one of the oldest sports in the world! This fact-filled title takes beginning readers through the basics of the sport, from where it’s played and how it’s scored to the types of bows archers use. Features highlight a famous archer and show the gear needed for the sport. Curious readers are sure to think this low-level title hits the bull’s-eye!
Elementary sports fans will easily clear key vocabulary hurdles in this high-interest leveled reader about track and field events. On your mark. Get set. Go! Carefully controlled text passes new words to early readers like batons in a relay race. Simple text and excellent photos touch on the shot put, high jump, and running events.
Elementary sports fans will ace key vocabulary in this high-interest leveled reader about the game of tennis. Point, set, match! Serve up some tennis fun! Carefully controlled text softly lobs new words to early readers to help them win the reading match. Simple text and excellent photos touch on basic equipment and rules
Elementary sports fans will catch key vocabulary like fly balls in this high-interest leveled reader about softball. Swing, batter, batter, swing! Carefully controlled text about players, rules, and equipment helps early readers score a home run with their reading goals.
Elementary sports fans will shred key vocabulary in this high-interest leveled reader about skateboarding. With a flip and a trick, skateboarding has gone from empty pool pastime to pro sport. Carefully controlled text on equipment and tricks helps early readers catch big air over their reading goals.
Elementary sports fans will score key vocabulary in this high-interest leveled reader about lacrosse. The midfielder tosses the rock to the attacker, who makes a fast break down the field. Goal! Lacrosse moves fast! Carefully controlled text passes new words to early readers to help them meet their reading goals.
Elementary sports fans slalom down the bunny hill while learning key vocabulary in this high-interest leveled reader about downhill skiing. Grab your poles and carve a trail through the fresh powder! A gentle slope of carefully word choice helps early readers pick up new words about the sport of downhill skiing.
Elementary sports fans will chant their way through key vocabulary in this high-interest leveled reader about cheerleading. Shake your pom-poms in the air and get the crowd fired up for a high-interest book that early readers will love.