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What is Persuasive Writing? (16)
Item No. : H01783
ISBN: 978-1-4109-8036-6
Series: Connect with Text
Learn all about what makes great persuasive writing. This book looks at what it is, examples in the real world, how to use it, and how you can write your own. ...See more
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What Is That?: A Book about Question Marks (16)
Item No. : 80998
ISBN: 978-1-60753-732-8
Series: Punctuation Station
Tyson, Emma, and Paul build silly snowmen and play in the snow, while teaching each other how to correctly use question marks in a sentence. ...See more
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What Was a Cliche Before It Became One? (18)
Item No. : 480323
ISBN: 978-1-5157-6390-1
Series: Why Do We Say That?
An engaging way to introduce young readers to parts of speech, particularly idioms and cliches. Explains the differences, and how best to use and not use said parts of speech. Fulfills Common Core ...See more
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What Would You Do with a Thesaurus? (13)
Item No. : A05295
ISBN: 978-1-61783-605-3
Series: Library Resources
Help young students leap into learning! The Library Resources series is an easy way to introduce younger readers to all the amazing resources offered at their local library. With simple text and ...See more
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What's the Water Cycle?: Working in a Loop (18)
Item No. : RR11127
ISBN: 978-1-5383-2445-5
Series: Computer Kids: Powered by Computational Thinking: Grades 3-4 Nonfiction Science
Computer science is all around us, at school, at home, and in the community. This book gives readers the essential tools they need to understand the computer science concept of loops. Brilliant color ...See more
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What's Wrong with the Circuit?: Fixing the Problem (18)
Item No. : RR11128
ISBN: 978-1-5383-2446-2
Series: Computer Kids: Powered by Computational Thinking: Grades 4-5 Nonfiction Science
Computer science is all around us, at school, at home, and in the community. This book gives readers the essential tools they need to understand the computer science concept of debugging. Brilliant ...See more
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What's Wrong with the Microscope?: Fixing the Problem (18)
Item No. : RR11129
ISBN: 978-1-5383-2447-9
Series: Computer Kids: Powered by Computational Thinking: Grades 3-4 Nonfiction Science
Computer science is all around us, at school, at home, and in the community. This book gives readers the essential tools they need to understand the computer science concept of debugging. Brilliant ...See more
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What's Your Source?: Using Sources in Your Writing (18)
Item No. : 480624
ISBN: 978-1-5435-0220-6
Series: All About Media
What exactly is a primary source? How does it compare to other types of sources? Emerging readers need to know the difference. Readers will also be introcuced to the concept of plagiarism, how to ...See more
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When Is Free Speech Hate Speech? (18)
Item No. : GH0086
ISBN: 978-1-5345-0077-8
Series: At Issue: Set 2
Free speech is guaranteed under the First Amendment. Although it may hurt and offend, hate speech is still free, under most circumstances. But what happens when institutions like universities adopt ...See more
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When, Jen? (17)
Item No. : 81091
ISBN: 978-1-60753-926-1
Series: Amicus Readers: Word Families
DRA Level: 6 . Young readers meet Jen and Ben, who can’t seem to gather all of the piglets at the farm, while learning words in the –en word family. ...See more
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Where Does Scrap Metal Go?: Sharing and Reusing (18)
Item No. : RR11130
ISBN: 978-1-5383-2448-6
Series: Computer Kids: Powered by Computational Thinking: Grades 4-5 Nonfiction Social Studies
Computer science is all around us, at school, at home, and in the community. This book gives readers the essential tools they need to understand the computer science concept of reusing resources and ...See more
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Which Sources Should I Use?: Breaking Down the Problem (18)
Item No. : RR11131
ISBN: 978-1-5383-2449-3
Series: Computer Kids: Powered by Computational Thinking: Grades 4-5 Nonfiction Social Studies
Computer science is all around us, at school, at home, and in the community. This book gives readers the essential tools they need to understand the computer science concept of problem decomposition. ...See more
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