Beautiful illustrations engage struggling readers as they learn about an Egyptian pharaoh and identify sequences of events. This history book contains informational text and an alternate perspective from the pharaoh's close adviser.
The high-interest content in this history book includes stunning photographs and online text features such as search engine results. The second half of the book is a series of e-mails from a student researching the Great Wall of China.
Maps, diagrams, and photographs help readers understand the diversity of the world's marine life. The second half of the book is a fictional tour guide of an aquarium by a docent, presenting information in a conversational style designed to hook reluctant readers.
This informational text helps learners compare two monotheistic religions. Readers analyze and compare several primary source documents, as well as a fictional magazine in the second half of the book.
Readers make extensive use of graphic and text features to interpret information in this social studies book. The first half of this beautifully illustrated book contains expository text while the second half is a series of blog posts from a Greek goddess.
The first half of this book explains plate tectonics in expository text while the second half is narrated by a fictional tour guide and geology professor. Readers use photographs, maps, charts, and diagrams to interpret information in the book.
Readers use photographs, maps, and charts to interpret information about renewable and nonrenewable energy sources. The second half of the book is presented as newspaper coverage: two stories on renewable energy and two opposing editorials.
This book describes natural disasters and habitat loss using two points of view: an author's informational text and a persuasive brochure from a disaster relief organization. Vivid photographs hold readers' interest as readers identify and evaluate the author's purpose.
This book begins with informational text about cuneiform and hieroglyphics and ends with an alternative perspective: a girl writing in her diary about the connections between ancient and modern communication. The clever story engages readers and introduces history content.
Graphic features are prominent in this book so readers can interpret maps and other weather graphics. The first half of the book describes atmospheric forces that affect weather while the second half depicts a fictional television newscast about severe weather.