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Cover: La ciencia básica (Beginning Science)

La ciencia básica – School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

Learning basic scientific concepts and their real-world applications is both fun and accessible in this well-translated series for beginning readers. An essential addition to any beginning reader collection to excite young scientists. View →

 
Cover: ¡Diseños divertidos! (Patterns Are Fun!)

¡Diseños divertidos! – School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

Translations are of high quality, and words and pictures correspond seamlessly. Readers will love relating their favorite everyday objects and experiences to the patterns in these interactive and visually captivating books. View →

 
Cover: Special Reports Set 4

Special Reports Set 4 – Booklist

★*STARRED*★ The Special Reports series gives serious, in-depth, yet highly readable treatments to hot topics kids hear or read about every day. Attractively designed with well-chosen stock photos, these… View →

 
Cover: Canine Athletes

Canine Athletes – School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

Readers will be thrilled to find this informative series. These titles could find a home either with books about dogs or in your sports section; you won’t regret adding this series to your team. View →

 
Cover: Super Simple Science You Can Snack On

Super Simple Science You Can Snack On – School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

Achievable, edible projects that demonstrate or model STEM content. View →

 
Cover: Ultimate Sports Road Trips

Ultimate Sports Road Trips – School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

With maps that show the suggested route, these books are fun for armchair travel and real road trips. This series should cruise off your shelves. View →

 
Cover: Super Simple Science You Can Snack On

Chemistry You Can Chomp (Super Simple Science You Can Snack On) – Booklist

Clear, step-by-step instructions, a list of ingredients and tools needed, and accompanying color photographs showing different steps make each activity fun and easy. A playful, inviting choice for chemistry introductions. View →

 
Cover: Science Questions

What Are Clouds Made Of? (Science Questions) – Booklist

Children are naturally curious about the world, and the Science Questions series tackles many popular topics with simplicity and clarity. The QR codes lead to publisher hosted videos, activities, and links, which aid in making “big” scientific concepts accessible to primary-grade readers. View →

 
Cover: Freedom's Promise Set 1

Blacks in Paris: African American Culture in Europe (Freedom's Promise) – Booklist

The book’s widely spaced lines of text, informative sidebars, and well-chosen archival photos look attractive, while the short sentences and interesting details make the text quite readable. An inviting volume from the Freedom’s Promise series. View →

 
Cover: Arena Events

Rodeos (Arena Events) – Booklist

What will draw readers in are the action-filled color photographs that take up most of each page. They give a you-are-there feel to the proceedings that has appeal. View →

 
Cover: Animal Groups

Animal Groups – School Library Connection

Young readers will be able to easily grasp the concepts presented in the text, as well as view excellent examples of each animal in their natural surroundings. These books are perfect for the beginning reader and boast high interest appeal. One can hardly go wrong with purchasing this… View →

 
Cover: Digital Photography

Digital Photography – School Library Connection

This is a great series for budding junior photographers and will provide tips for those who already have equipment and for using your own creativity with whatever camera you have on hand. This series can be used by students for independent pleasure reading or by teachers as a helpful… View →

 
Cover: Science Fact or Science Fiction?

Science Fact or Science Fiction? – School Library Connection

Sensationalistic but fun, these books will appeal to readers interested in the paranormal. Recommended. View →

 
Cover: Earth's Energy Innovations

Earth's Energy Innovations – School Library Connection

This series makes a good introduction into how we use different types of energy and the discrete problems associated with each variety. Recommended. View →

 
Cover: Inside Modern Cities

Inside Modern Cities – School Library Connection

The books contain enough interesting information within each title for the beginning research project and would serve as a springboard for further reading about each of the broader subjects explored in this series. This series provides a nice overview of its subjects, touching on each with… View →

 
Cover: Inside Your Body Set 2

Inside Your Body Set 2 – School Library Connection

These well-bound books feature colorful illustrations that show a diverse selection of youth suffering the ailments that afflict all children, with close-ups of signs and symptoms. Add these to the nonfiction collection for primary students who wish to read about these topics or engage in… View →

 
Cover: Understanding World Religions and Beliefs

Understanding World Religions and Beliefs – School Library Connection

The content is easily digestible yet in-depth enough to be both interesting and informative. Teachers can utilize the series to help students understand the religious motivations of characters in assigned fiction readings or important figures from history. Since explication on the topic of… View →

 
Cover: Drugs in Real Life

Date Rape Drugs (Drugs in Real Life) – Booklist

This informative title in the Drugs in Real Life series provides an overview of date rape drugs and offers tips to keep people from becoming victims. Back matter includes quotes from victims, color photos, additional resources, and source notes, making this useful for research reports. View →

 
Cover: Class in America

Class in America – Booklist

The clearly written discussions place narratives and data within a broader context that makes them more meaningful. Presenting useful overviews of topics related to class differences, these books will leave readers with ideas to ponder. View →

 
Cover: Xtreme Robots

Xtreme Robots – School Library Journal

Written at a fourth grade reading level, these informational texts are ideal for middle school hi-lo readers but could also be used by general upper-­elementary audiences. View →