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Cover: Pollinator Pals

Benito the Bat Pollinates - Reviewed by Booklist

Meet Bonito, a friendly fruit bat! As part of the Pollinator Pals series (5 titles), Benito is thrilled to introduce himself and help blossoming readers hone their skills while learning about his world. He shows off the bat colony snoozing sweetly in his home cave, but when darkness falls,… View →

 
Cover: Foundations of Physics

Light and Sound - Reviewed by Booklist

Using straightforward yet clear text in a large font, this installment in the Foundations of Physics series (6 titles) offers a basic introduction to the physical concepts of light and sound. Starting with light, it explains how light travels in waves, as well as such related terms as… View →

 
Cover: Outback Babies

Emu Chicks - Reviewed by Booklist

Australia’s wispy-feathered emu stars in this offering from the Outback Babies series (6 titles). U.S. children may be unfamiliar with this ostrichlike bird, but here they’ll follow a group of chicks that hatch from dark green eggs and eventually grow up and lose their baby stripes. Cute… View →

 
Cover: The Sky's the Limit

The Sky's the Limit - Reviewed by Booklist

Titles in the Sky’s the Limit series provide tips and information on how young readers can manage their lives, accomplish their goals, and create and maintain positive habits. Making Good Decisions discusses easy versus difficult decisions and presents five steps to help readers with the… View →

 
Cover: Blue-Footed Boobies

Science Behind the Colors - Reviewed by Booklist (Booklist Top Ten)

Ever wonder how animals came to possess their particular pigments? The answers to these colorful mysteries are revealed in these early readers, which take a unique approach to animals science. View →

 
Cover: Fun First Concepts

Fun First Concepts - Reviewed by School Library Journal

Directions, opposites, patterns, and word families are explored in the latest installations of the “Fun First Concepts” series. Each title presents several real-world examples of the concept, which allows readers to explore these ideas in a setting they already understand (“The sand is hot. View →

 
Cover: Nature Heals

Nature Heals - Reviewed by School Library Journal

Now that we are all plugged in and cooped up, a series on healing and unplugging by connecting through nature is just what many need. The series is heavy in calming scenes, and the images share much of the information and, as such, express a sense of inclusion through the depiction of… View →

 
Cover: Patrones en la naturaleza (Patterns in Nature)

Patrones en la naturaleza (Patterns in Nature) - Reviewed by School Library Journal

Patterns and textures take the spotlight in this Spanish series about where to find patterns in all kinds of natural environments, including forests, deserts, gardens, and beaches. Readers as young as three will benefit from full-page color, high-definition close-ups of butterflies,… View →

 
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Super Science Feats: Medical Breakthroughs - Reviewed by School Library Journal

Large, clear photos showing petri dishes of bacteria, patients receiving vaccinations, or archival images of early researchers fill the pages of this series. Information is organized into short chapters with brief paragraphs on each spread and additional facts in “Did You Know?” text boxes. View →

 
Cover: Whole Wide World

Whole Wide World - Reviewed by School Library Journal

This series remains well organized and colorful as it highlights landmarks around the world. Each has about three chapters of six pages long with full-page pictures that accompany short paragraphs throughout. The beginning of each title includes before, during, and after reading questions… View →

 
Cover: Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China - Reviewed by Booklist

The discussion opens with a history of China’s Great Wall, which began more than 2,500 years ago as segments built by warring kingdoms. After the first emperor gained control of all of China in 221 BCE, many of the old walls were connected to provide a barrier against northern invaders.… View →

 
Cover: Creating Art in Nature

Creating Art in Nature - Reviewed by Booklist

This Nature Heals series entry (8 titles) for early fluent readers focuses on the benefits of getting creative inspiration from nature to aid social-emotional learning (SEL). The book begins by defining SEL for parents, then asks them to discuss with their kids how nature can inspire art… View →