From down on the ground to way up in the sky, we like to be on the go! But what makes cars drive and airplanes fly? In My Engineering Library: Design and Build It to Go, you'll learn about what engineers think about to build vehicles that go.
All aboard! Trains carry people and cargo to faraway places. This low-level title introduces these powerful machines to students just starting to read independently. Features highlight the parts of a train and different types of trains to engage readers and reinforce content. This fun title is sure to start beginning readers on the right track!
From plowing fields to harvesting crops, tractors do important farm work. This low-level title teaches beginning readers about the parts of a tractor and the jobs that they do through literacy-focused text and crisp photos. Features including a diagram and labeled photos support and clarify the text. This engaging title will help students grow in their independent reading!
Airplanes travel all around the world! In this title, beginning readers can learn about the parts of these mighty machines as well as the jobs they do through simple, predictable text and bright photos. Features such as a labeled diagram of airplane parts support and reinforce the text. This low-level title will help students just beginning to read independently to take flight!
Exciting and colorful images attract readers to this book that breaks down the important parts of a bike, describes where and how riders can drive them safely
Snowmobiles rule the snow! Used in search and rescue, ridden for adventure, or jumped hundreds of feet through the air, snowmobiles get pushed to the limit. Cool, action photos show what makes these snow machines so much fun to ride.
Why ride a motor Quad? See what makes these 4-wheel dirt machines fast and fun to ride. Great images helps you use your imagination as you see what these motor bikes are all about.
These are the fastest cars on Earth—faster than a jet fighter plane. Learn what makes them so fast, what happens to the engine after every race, and why the drivers do burnouts. Exciting and colorful images attract readers to this book.
Exciting and colorful images attract readers to this book. See what makes these motorbikes ready to ride off-road. Describes the important parts of a bike along with where and how riders can ride them.
Readers will see what it takes to move dirt and rock, lift heavy materials, and to build smooth roads for travel. This photo-packed book about construction machines helps students understand that vehicles can be tools.
Readers will explore various modes of transportation. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
Readers will enjoy learning about different kinds of trucks and each of their roles in building a house.
It's a bird? It's a plane? It's a helicopter! Learn all about helicopters in this informative level 4 reader. Each page features a full-color photo of a helicopter with several sentences of information. At the end of the book, there is a Key Words list (featuring words like "thrust" and "navigation") with activities for your student to complete.
Time to hit the road! Help your kids get reading with this level 1 reader from Nancy Streza. This book features a wide range of vehicles and simple sentences for beginning readers.
Learn all about military equipment in this nonfiction reader. Students will develop vocabulary and understanding of warfare, weapons, and military developments.
Discover heavy equipment in this beginning reader. It's time for dump trucks, backhoes, bulldozers and more! There are lots of different dog breeds and each dog has different things to know about it. Beginning readers will learn all about heavy construction equipment in this short, leveled reader.
Discover airplanes with this nonfiction leveled reader. Learn all about airplanes in this beginning reader. Perfect for aircraft fans and children who want to learn about different kinds of airplanes with crisp and clear photographs.
Choo choo! All aboard! It's time to take a ride with the Discover Series Express! This book features full-color photographs of trains, train tracks, train signs and other things related to the railroad. Used as a jump start for interaction, Discover Series Picture Books are a great way to introduce new images, words and concepts.
Look up in the sky or down in this book to see amazing photos of airplanes. Young aviators will delight in flipping through each photo with a title beneath it.
Using the rhyming poetic structure of This is the House that Jack Built, author Yvonne Ng takes young readers on a cumulative path through the inner workings of a steam engine, from the big wheels rolling on the tracks all the way to the engineer driving the train.
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.
Shares the power and performance of dirt bikes with readers through closely leveled text, dynamic images, and captivating infographics.
Listen to the story! Read the story! Sing the Story! “Huge Machines,” includes the Read-along version of the story follow ed by the same story sung in an adorable song.Children will learn about all of the different machines that farmers use each day! “Trucks, tractors, forklifts, and bulldozers, too. Any huge machine, I like. How about you?” Young readers will be amazed by what trucks, tractors, forklifts and other huge machines can do in this brightly-illustrated rhyming book! “Huge Machines” is a great book to reinforce early literacy skills.
This book traces the story of the development of inventions in aviation – from the earliest steps to our current technology. It concentrates on illustrating how each breakthrough eventually led to a new one.
This book traces the story of the development of inventions in wheeled transport – from the earliest steps to our current technology. It concentrates on illustrating how each breakthrough eventually led to a new one.