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Libby loves science! In this STEM-themed Level 3 I Can Read! title, Libby and her friend Rosa learn about mixing and measuring to bake a delicious treat for a puppy party. A great choice for aspiring scientists, emerging readers, and fans of Andrea Beaty's Ada Twist, Scientist. Includes activities, a glossary, and a cupcake recipe. Libby loves science-and experimenting! In this Level 3 I Can Read! title, Libby hosts a puppy party for her friends and their dogs. With the help of her friend Rosa and little brother, Libby decorates, stuffs goody bags and bakes delicious cupcakes. But when they realize they've forgotten an important ingredient, they use science to solve the problem-just in the nick of time. The Loves Science books introduce readers to girls who love science, as well as basic concepts of science, technology, engineering, and math. This Level 3 I Can Read! focuses on basic chemistry and friendship. A great pick for newly independent readers and an ideal companion to Cece Loves Science: Push and Pull.
This folktale tells the story of a boy named Kim who lives near a village. He helps on his family farm. He gets eggs from the chickens. He gets milk from the goat. He sits under the tree for shade and collects fruit from it. But he never tells any of them thank you! After Kim rescues a tiger, it is ungrateful to Kim. The tiger wants to eat Kim! Will the other animals and the tree help him?
Asia is huge! Antarctica is cold. Australia is an island. Africa has deserts, rain forests and more! Find out about the geography, climate and animals of Earth's seven main land masses and what makes each one unique.
Space is full of mysteries! What can be found on Mars and other planets? Are there planets like Earth? Could there be aliens in space? What have astronauts who have lived on the International Space Station learned? Find out about the tools and vehicles scientists use to study space today and how they hope to do it in the future.
Do you like pizza? Have you ever wondered how the pizza came to be? How are the grains for the crust grown? How are the tomatoes harvested before they are used in the sauce? Milk is the main ingredient in cheese. It comes from dairy cows. How is the cheese made at factories? Follow along to find out how all those delicious pizza ingredients get on your plate!
If there's a problem in school, there's no substitute for the world-saving substitute teachers of the S.O.S.! This is the first book of this hilarious, highly illustrated early chapter book series. When Milton Worthy learns his classroom's pet ferret is the evil mastermind behind a dastardly plot for world domination, it's more than just about any kid could handle. But then not every kid is the son of a member of the super-secret, super-awesome Society of Substitutes! Now it's up to Milton and his substitute teacher mom to save Beacher Elementary School before time runs out. HarperChapters build confident readers one chapter at a time! With short, fast-paced books, art on every page, and milestone markers at the end of every chapter, they're the perfect next step for fans of I Can Read!
Animals need to eat to survive. What is eating what? Follow the food chains to find out. Learn how energy from food flows from one living thing to another - and then another! Find out about animals that are producers, consumers and decomposers. From forests to the oceans and skies, food chains are always at work.
Raj, Mia, Ari and Jez want to raise money for a recording studio at their school. They ask people in the neighbourhood to donate items for them to sell and raise money. When the friends come across a seemingly valuable fountain pen, they go on a search to track down the pen's origins.
You may have heard of Thomas Edison or Alexander Graham Bell. But have you ever heard of Hedy Lamarr or Bi Sheng? Without Hedy Lamarr, we wouldn't have wireless technology. Without Bi Sheng, we wouldn't have printed books! Learn about eight important inventors and how their inventions have shaped the world we live in today.
Engage Literacy is the perfect choice for your comprehensive literacy needs. The 6 fiction and 6 nonfiction titles are linked by theme and level. Engage Literacy titles are precisely leveled, ensuring that your students will have access to appropriate titles at their instructional level.
Explore the lives of flamingos with Ranger Rick in this Level One I Can Read with full-color photos! What if you wished you were a flamingo and then you became one? Could you eat like a flamingo? Talk like a flamingo? Grow up in a flamingo family? And would you want to? Find out! Ranger Rick explorers can learn all about Flamingos in this reader full of fascinating facts, vivid wildlife photographs, a Wild Words glossary, and a hands-on activity. Ranger Rick: I Wish I Was a Flamingo is a level One I Can Read, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. This I Can Read story is perfect for children ages 5 to 7 who are ready to read independently. It's an excellent choice to keep your kids engaged during homeschooling. This beginning reader is an ideal boredom buster when home from school; it's a great activity for kids, and it helps prevent summer slide.
Tamal has a problem. Every time he has to empty the bucket into the compost bin, his trainers get soaking wet! He wants to find a better way and maybe win his school's science challenge at the same time. With help from his mum who is an engineer, Tamal builds an invention using different renewable energy sources.