This set includes 6 copies of 10 fiction books (60 books total) and the Teacher's Guide on CD-ROM. Each beautifully illustrated and carefully leveled title features essential content in social studies (diverse cultures, families, and communities). Pair with nonfiction to create a balanced approach to beginning literacy in your classroom.
Yuan goes to work in the Emperor's palace, but she misses her family. Yuan's friend helps her by creating a new festival, so she can leave the palace one night.
A family plays a game, using geography clues and curiosity to figure out where their aunt has gone on a trip.
In this chapter book, Horace shows his nephew his amazing housecleaning inventions. But he learns the hard way that a new invention isn't always the best tool to get a job done.
Lucy goes on an exciting ocean expedition and finds a way to share the experience with her younger brother.
Hotep gives a princess in disguise a necklace from his father's workshop and eventually ends up in the pharoah's palace.
Monica learns about local government as someone she knows runs for mayor - her mom!
When Rusty goes missing, members of the community rally to help find the little dog.
During a visit to the 1893 World's Fair, a boy is inspired by a new invention - the Ferris wheel.
A family faces and overcomes challenges as they rock climb, rappel, and explore caves.
When Randall falls from a horse, he needs medical attention. In the rural Australian outback, the Royal Flying Doctor Service rescues him and flies him to the hospital.