After the police come, a family is forced to flee their Caribbean island. The refugees embark on a dangerous boat trip to America where they have a special reason to celebrate Thanksgiving.
How the two states farthest from each other are alike and different
A field trip to show what things a state pays for.
Tisha and her neighbors are having a yard sale, Tisha tries to sell an old doll and finds out that some thing are worth more than money.
Sarah and Grub join the Monster Club and learn about spending, saving, and investing for the future.
This humorous fantasy tells about a unique moon rock. Simple text reinforces basic action words.
A rock tells the story of how it changed from magma into rocks and back into magma. A diagram illustrates the rock cycle.
This book looks at how Thomas Edison's inventions affect our lives today.
Focuses on the early life of Bell and his most famous invention
Looks at a variety of people who live and work in the Rocky Mountains
Single copy of Good News! This realistic fiction story shows how members of a family share information. Simple text and photographs reinforce words about communication.
Meet the people and witness the events that contributed to the Midwest states: Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and North Dakota.
This book looks at erosion and how it can be prevented.
Understanding how temperature, wind, air pressure, and precipitation interact to create our weather. Explore clues in the clouds and wind speeds. Learn why the weather changes and how forecasters predict change.
Looks at some of the animals that make their home in a tide pool
Looks at inventions that allow divers to explore deep below the surface of the ocean
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.
Read about Japantown, an immigrant community in San Francisco, at the time of the 1906 earthquake. See how Toru Oshiro and his family adapt to life in America while holding on to Japanese traditions.
This book introduces more famous landmarks in the United States.
Step into the past to learn about the people of the Southwest: New Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Follow a boy and girl as they plan and hold a yard sale and divide their earnings
How we communicated before computers
Kids share ideas on how to earn, spend, and save money. A step-by-step model shows kids how to create their own plan to raise money for a charitable cause.
Introduces different types of rocks and how they are used
This book shows where and how volcanoes form and what happens when they erupt.
Explores different types of houses in different locations around the world
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 historical fiction book offers a strong message about cooperation. Patterned text reinforces number words.
All the different kinds of words we use to explain weather and what those words mean
Hide and seek is not a game in the ocean. Ocean animals hide from predators and seek prey to eat.
Everything about Sharks from how many types and sizes to how they find food
Discusses different kinds of Immigrants and what they have achieved after they have come to America