Reach E (Nonfiction Library): Single-Copy Set

  • AUTHOR: National Geographic Learning
  • ISBN-13: 9780736287692 
  • Grade(s): 4
  • Paperback 
  • 1st Edition
  • ©2011     Published
  • Prices are valid only in the respective region

Overview

About The Product

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:
The Day of the Dead/El día de los muertos
In My Family/En mi familia
Harvest Festivals
This Is the Way We Eat Our Food
I Am Indian American
Mexico
What Did One Elephant Say to the Other?
Creepy Creatures
Do Animals Have Feelings Too?
Good Dog!
Animal Masterminds
Koko's Kitten
A Look at Mexico
Coober Pedy, Australia
Galway, Ireland
Places to Visit
Antarctica, Ice-Covered Continent
Matthew Henson
Wind
Wind Power
Wonders of Water
I Love Our Earth
Oil Spill!
Kids Care for the Earth
Tiny Life On Your Body
Rotters!
Fighting Disease
Animals In Danger
Disappearing Wildlife
Alien Invasion
Christopher Columbus
Treasure Hunting: Looking for Lost Riches
Pirates! Raiders of the High Seas
The Titanic: Lost...And Found
Sunken Treasure
Robert Ballard: Discovering Underwater Treasures
Space
Lighter on the Moon
Our Place in Space
On the Moon
Exploring Space
The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon
John Muir
Earth Day
Jane Goodall: Protecting Primates
What Is a Museum?
Archaeology and the Ancient Past
Seeker of Knowledge: The Man Who Deciphered Egyptian Hieroglyphs

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  • Engaging experiences immerse students in a dynamic language environment, structured support scaffolds essential skills to move all learners to independence, and instructional flexibility adapts to your instructional priorities and requirements.

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Teacher Components

  • Reach E (Fiction Library): Single-Copy Set  (ISBN-10: 073628768X | ISBN-13: 9780736287685)
    The fiction 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 fiction titles:
    At the Crossroads
    Tea With Milk
    The Red Lantern Festival
    A Picnic In October
    How My Parents Learned to Eat
    The Big Catch
    An Interview with Harry the Tarantula
    Dolphin Rescue
    The World According to Humphrey
    Mouse-Deer Must Be Quick!
    My Buddy
    Animal Trainer
    Postcards to Paul
    Somewhere In the World Right Now
    The Flying Doctor
    In the Dark Cave
    My Little Island
    Antarctic Adventure
    The Wind Blew
    The Wind Eagle
    The Missing Lighthouse
    Dream Weaver
    Prince William
    A River Ran Wild
    A Moldy Mystery
    Giant Germ
    Louis Pasteur and Pasteurization
    Kudzu Chaos
    The Midnight Menace
    Outback Adventure
    Growing Gold
    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
    The Desert Pirates
    20,000 Baseball Cards Under the Sea
    Searching for Sunken Treasure
    Mexico
    Sky Watchers
    Seeing the Sky
    A Crash Course in Forces and Motion with Max Axiom, Super Scientist
    Man on the Moon
    Zathura
    If You Decide To Go To the Moon
    Touch the Earth
    Crocodile Rescue
    Mountain Adventure
    What's It Worth?
    Wayra's Gift: A Story from Peru
    Alia's Mission

    Price = 629.75

Student Supplements

  • Library Book: Good Dog!  (ISBN-10: 0736852697 | ISBN-13: 9780736852692)
    This easy reader provides students an introduction to service animals and how dogs can help people.
    Price = 10.25
  • Library Book: Animal Masterminds  (ISBN-10: 0516246011 | ISBN-13: 9780516246017)
    Learn more about smart animals that can count, learn sign language, and identify colors.
    Price = 6.50
  • Library Book: Koko's Kitten  (ISBN-10: 0590444255 | ISBN-13: 9780590444255)
    Koko the gorilla uses sign language to talk to her handlers. When she asks for a pet, her handlers search high and low for the perfect companion.
    Price = 7.75
  • Library Book: A Look at Mexico  (ISBN-10: 073684855X | ISBN-13: 9780736848558)
    Learn more about Mexico, their geography, and their culture. Maps and photographs support early readers in understanding the text.
    Price = 10.25
  • Reading Expeditions (Social Studies: Communities Around the World): Coober Pedy, Australia  (ISBN-10: 0792286189 | ISBN-13: 9780792286189)
    Experience a very different way of living as you visit the mining town of Coober Pedy, Australia. Step inside the underground homes and shops, come to the opal festival, and learn a bit of "strine" on the way.
    Price = 11.25
  • Reading Expeditions (Social Studies: Communities Around the World): Galway, Ireland  (ISBN-10: 0792286146 | ISBN-13: 9780792286141)
    Explore the community of Galway, Ireland, as you tour the city and surrounding islands. Experience the mix of old and new as you learn about the economy, the traditions, and everyday life in Galway.
    Price = 11.25
  • Windows on Literacy Fluent (Social Studies: History/Culture): Places to Visit  (ISBN-10: 0792287436 | ISBN-13: 9780792287438)
    Learn about some of the beautiful natural landmarks of the United States, including the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone Park. Maps help to geographically orient students.
    Price = 9.00
  • Avenues F (Leveled Books): Antarctica, Ice-Covered Continent  (ISBN-10: 0736217614 | ISBN-13: 9780736217613)
    The coldest continent on Earth is Antarctica, a land of ice and wind. Learn all about it from location to temperature to exploration to animal population.
    Price = 9.00
  • inZone Book: Matthew Henson  (ISBN-10: 0736227962 | ISBN-13: 9780736227964)
    Mathew Henson survived poverty and racism as an African American, and he survived the dangers and challenges of the Arctic as one of the first people to reach the North Pole. This book tells the story of a man who risked his life to achieve his dreams.
    Price = 16.25
  • Library Book: Wind  (ISBN-10: 073684919X | ISBN-13: 9780736849197)
    Ample visual support shows wind, how it's formed, and its effect on Earth and people.
    Price = 10.25
  • Library Book: The Day of the Dead/El Dia de los Muertos  (ISBN-10: 051627354X | ISBN-13: 9780516273549)
    This beginning reader explains how Mexican families celebrate the lives of their deceased loved ones by sharing pictures and stories, preparing feasts, and lighting candles.
    Price = 7.50
  • Windows on Literacy Fluent (Science: Science Inquiry): Wind Power  (ISBN-10: 0792292200 | ISBN-13: 9780792292203)
    This book is about the power of wind, how wind shapes trees, scatters seeds, and shapes sand dunes.
    Price = 10.50
  • Reading Expeditions (Science: Earth Science): Wonders of Water  (ISBN-10: 0792245725 | ISBN-13: 9780792245728)
    Understand the world's finite supply of water as it circulates through the water cycle. See how increasing the usable supply has both risks and benefits. Learn how water works for us and how we can conserve it.
    Price = 13.50
  • Library Book: I Love Our Earth  (ISBN-10: 1580891071 | ISBN-13: 9781580891073)
    Vivid photography explores the wonders of landforms, weather, and seasons. From mountains to sunsets, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
    Price = 9.00
  • Library Book: Oil Spill!  (ISBN-10: 0064451216 | ISBN-13: 9780064451215)
    Learn about what happened when the Exxon Valdez oil tanker spilled tons of oil in Alaska in 1989 and how people cleaned it up.
    Price = 8.00
  • Reading Expeditions (Social Studies: Kids Make a Difference): Kids Care for the Earth  (ISBN-10: 0792286758 | ISBN-13: 9780792286752)
    Kids do care for Mother Earth. See how they plan projects, clean up the environment, and reuse and recycle resources.
    Price = 13.50
  • Library Book: Tiny Life On Your Body  (ISBN-10: 0516254804 | ISBN-13: 9780516254807)
    Tiny life forms called bacteria can make you sick or help you stay healthy. Students read about the millions of bacteria inside us -- some good and some bad.
    Price = 16.25
  • Library Book: Rotters!  (ISBN-10: 1410919714 | ISBN-13: 9781410919717)
    Learn what happens when food becomes rotten. Using vivid photographs that are sure to fascinate young scientists, students learn about the process of decomposition and the roles that microbes and insects play in the process.
    Price = 10.25
  • Reading Expeditions (Science: The Human Body): Fighting Disease  (ISBN-10: 0792288653 | ISBN-13: 9780792288657)
    Examine the body's built-in defense systems that keep us alive and well. Learn how many factors from heredity to daily health habits influence good health. Learn about what causes disease and how medical science can treat these diseases.
    Price = 13.50
  • Library Book: Animals In Danger  (ISBN-10: 073685262X | ISBN-13: 9780736852623)
    There used to be enough food and space for everyone to share. But as the human population grows, so do our needs. Learn how humans are an invasive species and what happens when we drive other species from their homes.
    Price = 10.25
  • Library Book: Disappearing Wildlife  (ISBN-10: 1432909347 | ISBN-13: 9781432909345)
    Why are many animals in danger? What is a habitat? How can we protect wildlife? People are doing things that are putting our planet in danger. Discover what they are doing and how other people are trying to make things better. Every person can make a difference. Find out what you can do to help protect our planet.
    Price = 10.25
  • Library Book: In My Family/En mi familia  (ISBN-10: 0892391634 | ISBN-13: 9780892391639)
    In both English and Spanish, the author shares special moments and traditions from her childhood and family.
    Price = 18.75
  • Library Book: Alien Invasion  (ISBN-10: 1433920573 | ISBN-13: 9781433920578)
    Students read about organisms that have hitchhiked beyond their own habitats and learn about the damage invasive species do to our environment and economy.
    Price = 37.75
  • Library Book: Christopher Columbus  (ISBN-10: 0736893687 | ISBN-13: 9780736893688)
    Christopher Columbus made cloth in his father's shop before he became a sailor and set out for the Indies, finding the New World instead. This book includes illustrations and a timeline to introduce the life of the Italian explorer who ushered in the Age of Exploration.
    Price = 10.25
  • Library Book: Treasure Hunting: Looking for Lost Riches  (ISBN-10: 0736828257 | ISBN-13: 9780736828253)
    This book relates the true stories of treasure hunters, discussing their tools, secret codes that lead them to treasure, and laws regarding treasure hunting.
    Price = 11.50
  • Library Book: Pirates! Raiders of the High Seas  (ISBN-10: 0789434431 | ISBN-13: 9780789434432)
    Learn about famous pirates of the high seas. They risked their lives to find treasures around the world.
    Price = 5.25
  • Library Book: The Titanic: Lost...And Found  (ISBN-10: 0394886690 | ISBN-13: 9780394886695)
    The Titanic sank on her maiden voyage in 1912. More than 70 years later, explorers found the sunken ship and all its secrets.
    Price = 5.25
  • Library Book: Sunken Treasure  (ISBN-10: 0064460975 | ISBN-13: 9780064460972)
    Today treasure hunting is a big business. Searchers use metal detectors and sonar to locate treasure on the ocean floor. Divers use high-powered machinery to uncover objects buried in the sand and to raise them to the surface. This illustrated book details the hunt for the treasure that went down with The Atocha, a Spanish Galleon ship that sunk off the coast of Florida during a hurricane in the early 17th century.
    Price = 9.25
  • Reading Expeditions (Science: Scientists in the Field): Robert Ballard: Discovering Underwater Treasures  (ISBN-10: 0792288815 | ISBN-13: 9780792288817)
    Underwater explorer Robert Ballard discovered the shipwrecked Titanic in 1985, but he didn't stop there. Ballard is still searching the seas. He uses high-tech tools to locate and investigate the sunken remains of ancient sailing ships in the Black Sea. See how his long list of underseas explorations has added to our understanding of the past.
    Price = 13.50
  • Windows on Literacy Language, Literacy & Vocabulary Early (Science): Space  (ISBN-10: 0792260686 | ISBN-13: 9780792260684)
    Labeled images illustrate how the Earth and moon fit into the solar system and space.
    Price = 12.00
  • Windows on Literacy Fluent Plus (Math: Math in Science): Lighter on the Moon  (ISBN-10: 0792246632 | ISBN-13: 9780792246633)
    Learn more about gravity, the force that keeps your feet on the ground. Gravity is very different on the Moon.
    Price = 9.00
  • Windows on Literacy Language, Literacy & Vocabulary Fluent Plus (Science): Our Place in Space  (ISBN-10: 1426350643 | ISBN-13: 9781426350641)
    In this concept book, students read detailed explanations about the objects in our solar system, how they move, and the different ways we have found to observe them.
    Price = 18.50
  • Windows on Literacy Fluent Plus (Social Studies: History/Culture): Harvest Festivals  (ISBN-10: 0792285069 | ISBN-13: 9780792285069)
    Giving thanks for the crops is important in many cultures. Learn about how people celebrate harvest festivals all over the world.
    Price = 10.50
  • Windows on Literacy Early (Science: Earth/Space): On the Moon  (ISBN-10: 0792289544 | ISBN-13: 9780792289548)
    Learn more about the moon and what it is like there. Simple text and large photographs of moon landings and exploratory missions show the moon’s landscape.
    Price = 8.25
  • Reading Expeditions (Science: Earth Science): Exploring Space  (ISBN-10: 079228870X | ISBN-13: 9780792288701)
    Take a voyage of discovery from the ancient Greeks to Galileo to astronauts today. Find out how technology, skill, and imagination help us explore our solar system.
    Price = 13.50
  • inZone Book: The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon  (ISBN-10: 073622789X | ISBN-13: 9780736227896)
    Three men went into space on the Apollo 11 mission, but only two stepped on the moon. Learn more about Michael Collins, who orbited the moon. In this book, you will see the notes he writes while flying in space, the special things he brings, and even what he eats for breakfast.
    Price = 16.25
  • Library Book: John Muir  (ISBN-10: 0516273426 | ISBN-13: 9780516273426)
    Learn more about John Muir, a writer and explorer. He inspired Teddy Roosevelt to help protect the wilderness.
    Price = 6.75
  • Windows on Literacy Fluent Plus (Math: Math in Social Studies): Earth Day  (ISBN-10: 0792246659 | ISBN-13: 9780792246657)
    Discover why we celebrate Earth Day and learn more about people who protect the Earth.
    Price = 10.50
  • Reading Expeditions (Science: Scientists in the Field): Jane Goodall: Protecting Primates  (ISBN-10: 0792288831 | ISBN-13: 9780792288831)
    Follow wildlife conservationist Jane Goodall as she observes chimp families and provides insights into chimp behavior. Find out how she became interested in chimps at an early age. Accompany her as she inspires others to get involved in conservation efforts.
    Price = 13.50
  • Library Book: What Is a Museum?  (ISBN-10: 0736839550 | ISBN-13: 9780736839556)
    Students read about museums and the role they play in preserving artifacts and other symbols of culture, such as works of art, and teaching us about our history.
    Price = 10.25
  • Language, Literacy & Vocabulary - Reading Expeditions (Ancient Civilizations): Archaeology and the Ancient Past  (ISBN-10: 0792254627 | ISBN-13: 9780792254621)
    Archaeology is the scientific study of human life and culture in the past. During the twentieth century, archaeology evolved from a mere hobby into a rigorous scientific discipline. Students follow along as archaeologists uncover the secrets to Ancient Egypts hidden past through artifacts and other relics. They also read about the role museums play in preserving history.
    Price = 14.50
  • Library Book: Seeker of Knowledge: The Man Who Deciphered Egyptian  (ISBN-10: 0618333452 | ISBN-13: 9780618333455)
    No one knew what Egyptian hieroglyphs said until amateur scholar Jean-Francois Champollion deciphered them. In this picture book biography, students will follow along as Champollion cracks the code.
    Price = 9.00
  • Library Book: This Is the Way We Eat Our Food  (ISBN-10: 0531214397 | ISBN-13: 9780531214398)
    Some kids eat with their hands, some put their food on a banana leaf, and others use a piece of bread like a spoon. In this book, students read about various mealtime customs from around the world.
    Price = 9.00
  • Library Book: I Am Indian American  (ISBN-10: 0823950085 | ISBN-13: 9780823950089)
    In this book, students are introduced to Karim, an American boy whose family is from New Dehli. Students read about East Indian heritage, including clothes, food, holidays, and beliefs.
    Price = 28.50
  • Theme Sets: Mexico  (ISBN-10: 0792247663 | ISBN-13: 9780792247661)
    Read all about Mexican culture. Students learn about Mexico's food, customs, clothing, art, and celebrations, as well as the ways past and modern cultures have influenced everyday life in Mexico.
    Price = 13.00
  • Library Book: What Did One Elephant Say to the Other?  (ISBN-10: 1426303076 | ISBN-13: 9781426303074)
    Elephants don't need words to communicate. They use their whole bodies to "talk" to each other and other animals.
    Price = 18.00
  • Library Book: Creepy Creatures  (ISBN-10: 0881068365 | ISBN-13: 9780881068368)
    In this book, students read about some creatures that seem scary (and may even be dangerous), but will quickly discover that they are trying to survive just like we are.
    Price = 10.00
  • Library Book: Do Animals Have Feelings Too?  (ISBN-10: 1584690046 | ISBN-13: 9781584690047)
    True animal stories show examples of animals that experience feelings of compassion, joy, love, and grief.
    Price = 11.50

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Reach E (Fiction Library): Single-Copy Set

  • ISBN-10: 073628768X | ISBN-13: 9780736287685
  • Price = $629.75