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Reach C (Nonfiction Library): Single-Copy Set

$465.00 9780736287654


The nonfiction 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 nonfiction titles.

Student Supplements
Windows on Literacy Fluent (Science: Life Science): Life in the Ocean

Most of the ocean animals we know live in the highest zone, or level, of the ocean. This book explores some of the very interesting animals that live in the other zones.

Library Book: A Rainy Day

This book explains what happens when it rains and how rain affects plants and animals. Two spreads detail the water cycle and facts about rain.

Windows on Literacy Fluent (Science: Science Inquiry): Where Does the Water Go?

This book explains the process of water evaporation in three everyday situations in which heat changes water from a liquid to a vapor.

Windows on Literacy Fluent (Science: Earth/Space): Desert Rain

This book reveals how a dry bed becomes a lake during a desert storm. Learn about the adaptations that desert plants and animals have developed in order to survive their parched landscape.

Windows on Literacy Fluent (Social Studies:Technology): Turn on a Faucet

This book follows water from the faucet to rainwater falling into a river. A spread illustrates the whole cycle in a clear diagram.

Library Book: Keeping Water Clean

This book explains how different groups help to keep water clean and how doing this benefits everyone.

Windows on Literacy Language, Literacy & Vocabulary Emergent (Science): Weather and Seasons

Single copy of Weather and Seasons. This book shows how weather and seasons change, how weather affects people, and how changes in the weather and seasons can be observed.

Library Book: A Tree for All Seasons

A maple tree goes through many changes over the course of the year. It even produces sap that people turn into maple syrup. This book not only answers questions about how trees work and why seasons change, but it also invites the reader to observe and enjoy nature and its many wonders.

Windows on Literacy Early (Social Studies: Economics/Government): A Good Place To Live

The town is a good place to live because of the helpful people who live there. This book examines their many useful jobs.

Library Book: Cooperation

This book introduces the concept of cooperation and its rewards through real-life examples in which cooperation paid off.

Library Book: Animals and the Environment

Animals use the environment in many ways, for nourishment and a home. Shows how animals adapt to and depend on their environments for survival.

Windows on Literacy Language, Literacy & Vocabulary Fluent Plus (Social Studies): Serving The Community

This book shows how the service of citizens, workers, and leaders makes strong communities.

Windows on Literacy Emergent (Social Studies: History/Culture): The Fourth of July

This text explores the way people celebrate the Fourth of July.

Windows on Literacy Fluent (Social Studies: History/Culture): Why Did They Come?

People came to America for many reasons, including to escape famine or danger or to find jobs. This book discusses immigration to the United States in the 1800s.

Windows on Literacy Fluent (Social Studies: History/Culture): Holidays

Simple text discusses the reasons for celebrating the major U.S. holidays, including Memorial Day and Thanksgiving.

Windows on Literacy Fluent Plus (Social Studies: Economics of Government): Symbols of Freedom

This text describes American symbols: the flag, the national anthem, the bald eagle, the Capitol, and the Statue of Liberty.

Avenues C (Leveled Books): A Great Day In The City

Simple text describes a day visiting San Francisco: Take a plane into the city, ride the cable cars, go to the wharf, shop the gift shops, and enjoy the lights.

Windows on Literacy Early (Social Studies: Economics/Government): My Walk Home

A boy talks about all the places he passes while walking home from school. Each place provides a different service.

Hide and Seek

Hide and seek is not a game in the ocean. Ocean animals hide from predators and seek prey to eat.

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