The fiction library consists of 6 theme-connected, leveled books for each of the 8 units (48 titles total). This set includes 1 copy of each of the 48 fiction titles:
Zuzu's Wishing Cake
Tomás and the Library Lady
A Library for Juana
Johnny Appleseed: My Story
Redcoats and Petticoats
Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story
A red-eyed tree frog spends an evening in the rain forest searching for food and hiding from predators.
The Amazon rainforest is home to many plants and animals. The rain forest provides shelter and energy to its inhabitants.
The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is a huge coral reef. It is home to many plants and animals, forming a complex ecosystem.
This book shows that different types of plants grow from different types of seeds.
Simple text explains the life cycle of the tomato from seed to harvest and discusses the versatile tomato's many uses.
A simple introduction to plant life explains roots, stems, leaves, how plants store food and grow.
Simple text explains how some common vegetables are stems, roots, and flower buds of plants.
Cactuses are special plants that can live in deserts. Learn about how they collect water in thick stems and protect themselves with sharp spines.
Describes the farming, harvesting and marketing of rice throughout the world
Inventions have changed many things over the years. Learn how travel, cooking, and communication have changed dramatically.
Henry Ford didn't invent the car, but he pioneered the mass production system that made cars affordable for many people.
This book explains how water can change from a solid to liquid or gas.
Simple text teaches that matter exists in different forms, each with unique properties.
Hikers discover a frozen mummy in the Alps. Scientists can learn a lot from studying its preserved remains.
Two kids explain how to make a piñata out of flour, water, newspaper, and a balloon.
This informative picture book describes the sediments and layers that make up dirt and explains how dirt supports all life on Earth.
Many things have changed for the Lakota people, but hoop dancing brings all the children together. A teacher in South Dakota, who is a member of the Lakota tribe, uses hoop dancing to teach children how they are all the same.
This book explains how volcanic islands are formed and how they sustain life.
This book looks at how volcanoes form and why they erupt.
Using diagrams, illustrations, and examples of real volcanic eruptions this informative book explains how volcanoes form and what happens when they erupt.
This informative book explains how earthquakes happen, describes several major quakes, and discusses how to stay safe in an earthquake.
Fractions are all around us. In this book, students explore how most things can be divided into fractions and learn the importance of fractions in everyday life.
There are many things in the body that you can count. Bones, teeth, muscles, and hair can all be counted. This book examines numbers and measurements related to the human body.
This book explains why and how ancient Egyptians built the Great Pyramid at Giza, long before modern machines and tools.
Harriet Tubman spent her early years as a slave before she escaped. She dedicated her life to helping others escape from slavery, too.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was one of the greatest presidents of the United States. When he was President, the united States had many problems, but he showed Americans that nothing is impossible.