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Grades PreK - 3

Spring '19 Early Concepts

Comparing Directions

Series of 5 titles

What animals are in water? Which ones are out? You can walk over or under a bridge. We can dribble a basketball behind or in front of us. Comparing Directions helps children visually… More →

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Spring '19 Science and Math · STEM

Watch It Grow

Series of 8 titles

Did you know pineapples grow on top of plants? How do pumpkins grow from seeds? Watch It Grow appeals to early readers interested in learning more about how plants grow and the steps in their… More →

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Spring '19 Animals · Science and Math · STEM

Backyard Bugs

Series of 6 titles

Bees, ladybugs, ants. There are so many insects to view just outside your door! This new series helps children develop reading skills while exploring the world and insects around them… More →

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Spring '19 Social Studies · STEM

Let's Save Water!

Let’s Save Water! shows early fluent readers why it’s important to conserve and use less water with fun and easy ways they can do it every day. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully… More →

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Spring '19 Biographies · Social Studies

In the Spotlight

Series of 14 titles

How is Serena Williams working for schools? How does Anthony Rizzo help kids with cancer? How is Elon Musk increasing the use of alternative energy? In the Spotlight introduces early readers… More →

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Spring '19 Animals · Science and Math

Safari Babies

Series of 6 titles

What are baby gorillas called? Baby elephants? Early readers will learn these names and more about their favorite safari babies. Adorable, vibrant photography and tightly controlled text work… More →

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Fall '18 Animals · STEM

Black Bears

In Black Bears, young readers will learn about the life of North America's smallest bear. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage early readers as they discover how… More →

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Fall '18 Early Concepts


In Trains, emergent readers learn about trains and how they’re used as a mode of transportation. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong… More →

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