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Cover: Machines at Work

Series Made Simple

Aimed at emerging readers, these simple introductions to vehicular uses and working parts each begin with useful suggestions for parents and teachers guiding students. Brief sentences (“The robber goes in the back seat. The doors have no handles. The robber can’t get out.”) and photographs… View →

 
Cover: Insect World

Series Made Simple

Highly engaging photography supports basic information, making this set a good fit for preschoolers and new readers. Short, simple sentences offer readability rather than drama; the excitement comes from the crystal-clear photographs. Large main images include full-body views and extreme… View →

 
Cover: Insect World

Star Review. This new series provides young children an outstanding introduction to the world of insects. The carefully selected full-page illustrations, drawn from many different sources, are extremely well-done, close-up photographs of each insect, portraying their activities and the… View →

 
Cover: Community Helpers

This small set of community workers touches upon the nuances of each job. Each title follows a scenario where a child wants to be that worker and needs to know what that person does. Text is clear and simple. Photographs are bright and up-to-date and show current technologies. The… View →

 
Cover: Community Helpers

Series Made Simple

Through excellent combinations of simple sentences and full-bleed stock photos, these books inform young readers about helpers in their communities. What sets this series apart from similar titles, such as RosenPowerkids’s “On the Job” series (2010), is that the people in the photos are… View →

 
Cover: My First Pet

Series Made Simple

Appealing photographs are the highlight of these introductory pet books. Simple tips are woven into the text, describing what kids can do for their critters. For instance, in Snakes, ‚ÄúSnakes need to shed. Aidan [a boy] puts out rocks. Jack [a snake] rubs on them.‚Äù Names are usually… View →

 
Cover: Shape Hunters

Series Made Simple

These delightful introductions to the world of shapes are bold, bright, and well written. Each volume describes the shapes that can be found in different locations. For instance, Farm explains how barn windows are shaped like rectangles and how the wheels on a tractor are shaped like… View →

 
Cover: Amazing Structures

OH MY! Not to forget Dams, Bridges, and Skyscrapers, Roller Coasters, and Stadiums! A new non–fiction book series brought to you by JUMP library, developed for young and struggling readers (2nd–5th), includes all the features of quality informational texts: labels, diagrams, maps… View →