This set includes 1 copy of 10 fiction books. 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.
In this play, Hannah and her mom and dad are helping Grandpa clean out his basement when Hannah discovers a treasure map her dad made.
Anna and her family learn all about their relatives' journey to America at the Immigration Museum when they find their family name, Kolokov, on the American Immigrant Wall of Honor.
Charlotte is a very curious girl indeed. What makes her now boots waterproof? Charlotte is off and running on a new quest for knowledge, with her dad and her computer to help her.
It is 1914, and George, Alice, and Mother try to convince a rather reluctant Father that the time has come to buy a Model T motor car.
Emily is helping her grandmother clean out the attic when she finds her great-great-grandmother's diary.
Enrico wants Grandpa to dance the flamenco for his class on Grandparents' Day. Grandpa needs new castanets, so Mom orders them on the Internet. The castanets must travel by plane, train, and truck.
Billy and his family have been searching for gold for six months, but not everyone finds their fortune in the gold fields of California.
Samantha loves to help her mom, Peggy, sell pickles at the weekend farmers' market. One day, a man tries their pickles and wants to sell them in his store.
Connor and his mom have just moved to a new town, and Connor has not yet met any kids. A detour on the bike trail helps him find what he needs the most.
In this simple retelling of an Ojibway legend about the formation of two islands and a special dune, children learn about the power and beauty of nature.