Early Concepts: 123s & ABCs Nonfiction

Early Intervention ABC and 123 books. These nonfiction titles focus on the alphabet, numbers, colors, and other early education topics.

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  • ¿Es áspera? | What Is Bumpy? (20)
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    ¿Es áspera? | What Is Bumpy? (20)

    Many objects could be described as bumpy: roads, footballs, and even a toad's skin. Learning to describe objects and discern how they're different from or like other objects is an important part of the early elementary curriculum. This carefully written, at-level narrative demonstrates the use of the adjective bumpy, aided by colorful pictures to aid readers' comprehension of each accessible sentence.
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  • ¿Es duro? -What Is Hard? (20)
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    ¿Es duro? -What Is Hard? (20)

    It's easier to name hard things, like rocks, than understand what this characteristic really means. This book encourages young scientists to observe the world around them and discern the features of various familiar things. They'll come to learn that anything that can't be easily bent can be described as hard. The achievable text and colorful photographs support readers in acquiring new vocabulary and a new appreciation for their powers of observation.
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  • ¿Es duro? | What Is Hard? (20)
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    ¿Es duro? | What Is Hard? (20)

    It's easier to name hard things, like rocks, than understand what this characteristic really means. This book encourages young scientists to observe the world around them and discern the features of various familiar things. They'll come to learn that anything that can't be easily bent can be described as hard. The achievable text and colorful photographs support readers in acquiring new vocabulary and a new appreciation for their powers of observation.
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  • ¿Es liso? -What Is Smooth? (20)
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    ¿Es liso? -What Is Smooth? (20)

    Understanding textures is a preliminary step in becoming an attentive observer of nature and the world around us. Comprehending textures, including smooth, is a standard of early elementary curricula. This attractive book explores the quality of smooth through achievable sentences and fun photographs of familiar objects perfectly matched to the text. Readers will be motivated to add "smooth" to their growing list of adjectives.
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  • ¿Es liso? | What Is Smooth? (20)
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    ¿Es liso? | What Is Smooth? (20)

    Understanding textures is a preliminary step in becoming an attentive observer of nature and the world around us. Comprehending textures, including smooth, is a standard of early elementary curricula. This attractive book explores the quality of smooth through achievable sentences and fun photographs of familiar objects perfectly matched to the text. Readers will be motivated to add "smooth" to their growing list of adjectives.
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  • ¿Es rugoso? -What Is Bumpy? (20)
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    ¿Es rugoso? -What Is Bumpy? (20)

    Many objects could be described as bumpy: roads, footballs, and even a toad's skin. Learning to describe objects and discern how they're different from or like other objects is an important part of the early elementary curriculum. This carefully written, at-level narrative demonstrates the use of the adjective bumpy, aided by colorful pictures to aid readers' comprehension of each accessible sentence.
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  • ¿Es suave? -What Is Soft? (20)
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    ¿Es suave? -What Is Soft? (20)

    When people think of soft things, they immediately conjure up images of furry bunnies and similarly textured animals and objects. This inviting book helps young readers to do the same, as learning about textures is an important tenet of the early elementary curriculum. Carefully selected photographs of soft objects make the concept of texture clear to the reader as well as aid in vocabulary acquisition.
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  • ¿Es suave? | What Is Soft? (20)
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    ¿Es suave? | What Is Soft? (20)

    When people think of soft things, they immediately conjure up images of furry bunnies and similarly textured animals and objects. This inviting book helps young readers to do the same, as learning about textures is an important tenet of the early elementary curriculum. Carefully selected photographs of soft objects make the concept of texture clear to the reader as well as aid in vocabulary acquisition.
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  • ¿Está mojado? -What Is Wet? (20)
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    ¿Está mojado? -What Is Wet? (20)

    Few kids can resist jumping into a big puddle. Getting wet can be fun. Learning to describe objects as wet can be fun, too, as evidenced in the bright, entertaining photographs and simple, engaging text in this motivating book. Readers will love to identify the objects within these pages, selected to appeal to them, and use the objects to comprehend new vocabulary words in corresponding sentences.
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  • ¿Está mojado? | What Is Wet? (20)
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    ¿Está mojado? | What Is Wet? (20)

    Few kids can resist jumping into a big puddle. Getting wet can be fun. Learning to describe objects as wet can be fun, too, as evidenced in the bright, entertaining photographs and simple, engaging text in this motivating book. Readers will love to identify the objects within these pages, selected to appeal to them, and use the objects to comprehend new vocabulary words in corresponding sentences.
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  • ¿Está seco? -What Is Dry? (20)
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    ¿Está seco? -What Is Dry? (20)

    Anyone who has ever gotten drenched in a rainstorm knows what it is to be dry, but learning to identify objects as dry can be tricky for the youngest learners. This beneficial book teaches readers how to classify familiar objects as wet or dry with short, achievable sentences carefully constructed for vocabulary acquisition. The accessible narrative is accompanied by bright, interesting photographs of the objects.
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  • ¿Está seco? | What Is Dry? (20)
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    ¿Está seco? | What Is Dry? (20)

    Anyone who has ever gotten drenched in a rainstorm knows what it is to be dry, but learning to identify objects as dry can be tricky for the youngest learners. This beneficial book teaches readers how to classify familiar objects as wet or dry with short, achievable sentences carefully constructed for vocabulary acquisition. The accessible narrative is accompanied by bright, interesting photographs of the objects.
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  • ¿Puedo merendar? -Can I Have a Snack? (19)
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    ¿Puedo merendar? -Can I Have a Snack? (19)

    Eating a snack is a great way to tide you over until your next meal. Leila loves to eat healthy snacks when she gets home from school. Emerging readers and young listeners will be excited to eat snacks with Leila and her parents. The engaging text and colorful illustrations demonstrate how children can be actively involved in eating a healthy, balanced diet. This book is sure to excite readers and spur their desire to eat healthy.
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  • ¿Qué desayuno? -What Do I Eat for Breakfast? (19)
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    ¿Qué desayuno? -What Do I Eat for Breakfast? (19)

    Breakfast is often considered the most important meal of the day. Breakfast is especially important when you live on a farm. This narrative follows the main character as she collects eggs from the chicken coop and picks strawberries from the bushes before her day at school begins. A healthy breakfast will fuel her for a day spent learning new things. Readers see just how easy it is to make healthy choices right from the start of their day. Accessible text and exciting illustrations are sure to engage both emerging readers and children still in the listening stage.
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  • A is for Astronaut: Blasting Through the Alphabet (18)
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    A is for Astronaut: Blasting Through the Alphabet (18)

    Retired astronaut Clayton Anderson takes readers on an A to Z flight through the alphabet from astronaut and blastoff to spacewalk and Zulu Time.
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  • A Visit to the Library (16)
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    A Visit to the Library (16)

    Take a trip to the library. Find out what you can do in a library, including reading books, listening to story time, playing with puzzles, or using a computer. See how to check out a book and what a librarian does. This nonfiction Beginning-to-Read book contains high-frequency words and content vocabulary and can be paired with Dear Dragon Goes to the Firehouse as a fiction counterpart. Reading reinforcement pages include a word list and activities to strengthen early literacy skills, such as understanding the craft and structure of nonfiction text, key vocabulary words, phonics and language skills, close reading, and fluency.
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  • A Visit to the Market (16)
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    A Visit to the Market (16)

    At the farmer’s market, you can buy fruits, vegetables, flowers, and other homemade products there. There are farmers there that sell their produce. This nonfiction Beginning-to-Read book contains high-frequency words and content vocabulary and can be paired with Dear Dragon Goes to the Market as a fiction counterpart. Reading reinforcement pages include a word list and activities to strengthen early literacy skills, such as understanding the craft and structure of nonfiction text, key vocabulary words, phonics and language skills, close reading, and fluency.
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  • ABC ZooBorns! (15)
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    ABC ZooBorns! (15)

    “ABC” means “Animal Baby Cuteness” in this darling alphabet book from the creators of ZooBorns.com. Calling all animal enthusiasts—the ZooBorns are back! It’s time to scamper through the alphabet with a herd of irresistible zoo babies. Featuring adorable animal photos, zippy text, and a fact-filled glossary, this just might be the cutest ABC book ever to hit the shelves!
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  • Alligator or Crocodile? (20) Level 1
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    Alligator or Crocodile? (20) Level 1

    An ancient, scaly beast slides through the water, searching for a snack. But is it an alligator or a crocodile? This low-level book uses simple text, bright photos, and helpful labels to walk readers through the physical and behavioral differences between these often mixed-up reptiles. Readers can dive in and see if they can tell which is which!
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  • Alphabet (16)
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    Alphabet (16)

    The letters of the alphabet from A to Z are taught using each letter in words supported with color illustrations. Assists in developing vocabulary, literacy and comprehension. From airplane to zebra, young readers will learn the alphabet while looking at their favorite objects. Includes a word list.
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  • Amarillo -Yellow (20)
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    Amarillo -Yellow (20)

    In Yellow, emergent readers learn to spot and identify the color yellow in everyday objects. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, ensuring reading success by making sure they aren 't facing too many challenges at once. Yellow includes tools for teachers and caregivers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. Yellow is part of Jump!'s Fun with Colors series.
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  • An Easter Egg Hunt (17)
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    An Easter Egg Hunt (17)

    The best part of any Easter Sunday is the family egg hunt. Colorful eggs are filled with gifts strewn about the lawn as children hunt for Easter treats to put in bright baskets. Full-color photographs show children of all ages taking part in the annual event, searching the grass and behind flowers for eggs filled with coins or even chocolates. Paired with accessible text, beginning readers learn about the fun traditions associated with an important spring holiday for millions of people all around the world.
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  • Anaranjado -Orange (20)
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    Anaranjado -Orange (20)

    In Orange, emergent readers learn to spot and identify the color orange in everyday objects. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, ensuring reading success by making sure they aren 't facing too many challenges at once. Orange includes tools for teachers and caregivers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. Orange is part of Jump!'s Fun with Colors series.
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  • Animal Colors (15)
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    Animal Colors (15)

    LIMITED STOCK AVAILABLE - Hurry While Supplies Last - - A tiger’s orange and black fur blends in with the tall grass. Its prey can’t see the large cat as it hunts. A ladybug is bright red with black spots. The insect’s colors tell birds that it tastes awful! Simple yet captivating text will help early readers learn about different colors and what they reveal about animals. Each 24-page book features controlled text with age-appropriate vocabulary and simple sentence construction. Stunning photos closely align with descriptive text that will grab kids’ attention. While practicing their reading skills, emergent readers won’t be able to stop turning the pages as they learn about colors.
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