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An elementary exploration of rhyme and rhythm in poetry, introducing syllables, rhyme schemes, and sonnets as well as poets such as Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Includes a writing exercise.
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In this tender story about the virtues of finding, keeping, and letting go, a young grouse is waylaid on her seasonal migration and carries her precious cargo to a new land. As the bird’s favorite Forever Flowers grow from planted seeds to blooming flowers, she discovers how unexpectedly one can stumble upon happiness and breathe into the contentment of life’s quiet moments, even amidst the winter’s dark. When spring arrives again, though, the grouse must make a decision: should she stay or fly away?
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A brown object sticks out of the sand in the Egyptian desert. Take a closer look and you can see the shriveled skin and brittle fingernails of a corpse’s hand! Beneath your feet is a hidden graveyard filled with thousands of dead bodies. Get ready to read four spine-tingling stories about mummy tombs. This 24-page book features controlled, narrative nonfiction text with age-appropriate vocabulary and simple sentence construction. The colorful design and spooky art will engage and terrify emergent readers.
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Like detectives, scientists find clues by making observations, recording their findings, and testing their hypotheses to solve a case. This dynamic science e-book will help first-grade students learn all about the history of scientists and the process and tools scientists use to make discoveries! With a hands-on “Let's Do Science” lab activity that is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, this is a perfect tool to develop students' scientific practices and support STEM Education. Including a glossary and index, the helpful text features in this easy-to-read informational text support the development of content-area literacy while vibrant images keep readers engaged from cover to cover.
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Lizards covers what lizards like to eat, what they look like, features and abilities, as well as specific species like the blue-railed skink, chameleons, and more. Simple text alongside fun and colorful photographs will get kids reading. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids is a division of ABDO. Translated by native Spanish speakers--and immersion school educators. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Junior is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO.
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Introduces synonyms for clean by comparing tidy, neat, spotless, and sparkling items in a child’s bedroom.
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Introduces differences in weight by comparing heavy, heavier, and heaviest everyday machines, such as motorcycles, cars, and trucks.
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Readers will learn about one of their favorite farm animals - chickens! This title is informative - telling readers what chickens eat, what they look like, and how we use chicken products every day. The text is very simple, which will reinforce early reading skills. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards.
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Ana se enfada cuando trabaja en un proyecto. Podra mantener la calma hasta terminarlo?
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One hump or two? Camels come in both forms, but it makes no difference to them. Their bodies are built to survive desert climates, no matter the number of humps. How do camels cross dangerously dry lands with no food or water for weeks? Discover this secret in this book. Blastoff! Series
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In Kangaroos, beginning readers will follow a kangaroo as it finds a mate and raises its young. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they discover how these animals raise a baby kangaroo, or a joey.
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After begging for a pet, a child's mother finally says "yes." But which animal will be the best pet? Using animal classification and habitat needs, the child narrows it down from Kingdom Animalia, through invertebrates to vertebrates. Reptiles and amphibians are out, and birds and fish are soon off the list. That leaves mammals, but which one? An elephant won't fit through the door, and a tiger would be too hard to walk. What's a child to do?
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This photo-illustrated nonfiction story for young readers describes the body parts of sea stars and how they are adapted to find food in the ocean. Includes photo glossary and labeled diagram.
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Just imagine all of nature - mountains, prairies, oceans, and all - lying on your bed as a patchwork quilt! Take flora and fauna in their unique habitats, fold them up and you have a book, this book. Earth's major habitats are spread before you, ready to be examined. Here in this beautiful package are revealed the key concepts of natural science. This patchwork quilt of nature covers the whole Earth, your home - yours to learn about, to enjoy, to care for, and to love.