by Lola M. Schaefer
|January 1, 2001
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Simple text and photographs describe and illustrate push and pull movement.
by Gail Saunders-Smith
|October 20, 2015
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This handbook describes the cognitive processes of emergent readers and provides educators with clear guidelines for promoting reading comprehension with small groups of young learners. A variety of exercises helps children to locate, record, retrieve, and…
|September 1, 1999
Text and photographs present the clothing worn to keep warm as fall changes to winter.
|September 1, 2004
Text and photographs depict types of flower seeds, how they travel, and what happens when they are planted.
Text and photographs present the behavior changes of animals as winter approaches, such as growing thicker fur, migrating, and hibernating.
|January 1, 2013
Non-fiction text structures organize information into comprehensible patterns. Knowing how to recognize and use these structures to navigate non-fiction text greatly improves students' understanding of what they read. Gail Saunders-Smith simplifies the process…
|September 1, 1998
Describes a number of different cars, including toy cars, model cars, and old cars.
Text and photographs describe the life cycle of the chicken.
|January 1, 1998
Describes what rain is and the cycle that repeatedly brings water to the Earth.
|This title releases August 1, 2016
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Text and photographs describes the growing cycle of the carrot, from planting through cooking and eating.
Describes a variety of trucks and what they do, including garbage trucks, cement mixers, dump trucks, snow plows, tow trucks, and mail trucks.
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