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See below for a selection of the latest books from Educational: Technology category. Presented with a red border are the Educational: Technology books that have been lovingly read and reviewed by the experts at Lovereading. With expert reading recommendations made by people with a passion for books and some unique features Lovereading will help you find great Educational: Technology books and those from many more genres to read that will keep you inspired and entertained. And it's all free!
Machines on the Farm shows early readers some common farm vehicles, including tractors, planters and combine harvesters. Bright photos combine with the levelled text to explain the jobs they do and how they help the farmer to produce food.
Early readers will discover fields of wheat, corn, potatoes and other crops in Plants on the Farm. Vibrant photos and levelled text work together to introduce children to common crops, how those crops grow and what types of products can be made from them.
For the first time, Kingfisher brings its expertise in beautifully-designed, trusted non-fiction to the sphere of learning to read. This new graded reading series will grip children's interest. Developed with literacy experts, the five-level series will guide young readers as they build confidence and fluency in their literacy skills and progress towards reading alone.
In this book, early readers will be fascinated to find out more about the different animals you might find on a farm. They'll find out where milk and eggs come from, how farm animals are cared for and where they live. The books encourage discussion about where food comes from and the jobs that farmers do.
Buildings on the Farm takes beginning readers on a tour of a farmyard. They'll see the barn, the stables, machine sheds and more. Levelled text describes how all the buildings are used and the part they play in farm life.
If you go outside on a windy day, you realize just how strong air can be. It can lift a kite high in the sky and grab onto a balloon and carry it away. But even when the air is calm, you can feel its strength and resistance when you move. How Do Aircraft Fly? reveals the science behind air pressure and flying everything from hot-air balloons to helicopters to jet aircraft through eye-catching full-color photograph and illustrations, as well as through textual explanations of real-world examples.