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Cover: Watch a Strawberry Grow

These new books in the Watch It Grow series follows the growth of various kinds of plants, as well any fruit (or acorns) they produce. Each book begins by introducing the final product, whether a fruit or the tree itself. It then asks where the plant comes from and the conditions it needs… View →

 
Cover: Watch an Oak Tree Grow

These new books in the Watch It Grow series follows the growth of various kinds of plants, as well any fruit (or acorns) they produce. Each book begins by introducing the final product, whether a fruit or the tree itself. It then asks where the plant comes from and the conditions it needs… View →

 
Cover: Elephant Calves

With its simple, easy-to-follow narrative and huge, glossy photos (of irresistible baby animals, no less), the Safari Babies series (6 titles) uses just about the cutest critters on the planet to get new and emerging readers working on their language skills. Geared toward the very youngest… View →

 
Cover: Executive Branch

Series Made Simple

What exactly does the president do? Engaging text in a bold, colorful layout answers this and many other questions youngsters may have about the inner workings of the U.S. government. The three branches of national government are discussed, explaining their system of checks and balances… View →

 
Cover: Judicial Branch

Series Made Simple

What exactly does the president do? Engaging text in a bold, colorful layout answers this and many other questions youngsters may have about the inner workings of the U.S. government. The three branches of national government are discussed, explaining their system of checks and balances… View →

 
Cover: Legislative Branch

Series Made Simple

What exactly does the president do? Engaging text in a bold, colorful layout answers this and many other questions youngsters may have about the inner workings of the U.S. government. The three branches of national government are discussed, explaining their system of checks and balances… View →

 
Cover: Local Government

Series Made Simple

What exactly does the president do? Engaging text in a bold, colorful layout answers this and many other questions youngsters may have about the inner workings of the U.S. government. The three branches of national government are discussed, explaining their system of checks and balances… View →

 
Cover: State Government

Series Made Simple

What exactly does the president do? Engaging text in a bold, colorful layout answers this and many other questions youngsters may have about the inner workings of the U.S. government. The three branches of national government are discussed, explaining their system of checks and balances… View →

 
Cover: Bear Cubs

Series Made Simple

New readers are the intended audience for these short and simple titles. Most sentences consist of a repeated pronoun plus a verb. The words on three spreads from Deer Fawns, for example, are: “It hides. It eats. It drinks.” The intentionally basic and repetitive language is a good fit for… View →

 
Cover: Deer Fawns

Series Made Simple

New readers are the intended audience for these short and simple titles. Most sentences consist of a repeated pronoun plus a verb. The words on three spreads from Deer Fawns, for example, are: “It hides. It eats. It drinks.” The intentionally basic and repetitive language is a good fit for… View →

 
Cover: Fox Kits

Series Made Simple

New readers are the intended audience for these short and simple titles. Most sentences consist of a repeated pronoun plus a verb. The words on three spreads from Deer Fawns, for example, are: “It hides. It eats. It drinks.” The intentionally basic and repetitive language is a good fit for… View →

 
Cover: Owlets

Series Made Simple

New readers are the intended audience for these short and simple titles. Most sentences consist of a repeated pronoun plus a verb. The words on three spreads from Deer Fawns, for example, are: “It hides. It eats. It drinks.” The intentionally basic and repetitive language is a good fit for… View →