This set includes 1 copy each of 24 fiction books. Each beautifully illustrated and carefully leveled title features essential content in science, social studies, or math. Pair with nonfiction to create a balanced approach to beginning literacy in your classroom. Science: Key concepts, vocabulary, problem solving strategies, and writing Social Studies: Diverse cultures, families, and communities Math: Key concepts, vocabulary, and real world applications
Students learn about simple and compound machines as they design a new playground that all children can use.
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.
Kayla and her family have an unexpected adventure as they explore rock formations in a national park.
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.
Paul's big size causes big problems in his town - until a big job needs to be done!
Townspeople line up to buy huge, amazing eggs until a wise neighbor explains that the "eggs" are really coconuts!
Naomi's thinking skills lead her to find and solve a logistical problem - and make the high-wheeler race a success.
Students use clues and problem-solving skills to solve a mystery at school.
As Cody learns about rattlesnakes and their life cycle, his fear of snakes changes to appreciation.
Gina learns about animal adaptations by observing her mischievous new puppy.
After learning about the solar system in school, a boy inspires his family to look at the stars.
Three folktales from different cultures explain how the sun, the moon, and the stars came to be in the sky.
Students rescue tadpoles from a dried-up pond, then observe them as the tadpoles grow and change.
During a trip to the zoo, Nara discovers that she has a lot to learn about animal and plant adaptations.
Antonio and Dominica are the first people in their town to witness a new volcano growing in the cornfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Fix-It are trying to start their own repair business but keep getting interrupted by neighbors' requests for help.