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  • ¿Cómo Crece El Pasto? (How Does Grass Grow?) (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crece El Pasto? (How Does Grass Grow?) (22)

    There are many kinds of grass, but when most people think of this green plant, they think of the kind found in backyards and parks. Grass is like many other plants with its roots, leaves, and needs of soil, water, and sun. Young readers find out that acres of grass come from the tiniest of seeds. With this knowledge, they'll never look at someone mowing the lawn in the same way again. Full-color photographs closely correlate with the accessible narrative, which is written especially for emerging readers.
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  • ¿Cómo Crece La Hierba? / How Does Grass Grow? (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crece La Hierba? / How Does Grass Grow? (22)

    There are many kinds of grass, but when most people think of this green plant, they think of the kind found in backyards and parks. Grass is like many other plants with its roots, leaves, and needs of soil, water, and sun. Young readers find out that acres of grass come from the tiniest of seeds. With this knowledge, they'll never look at someone mowing the lawn in the same way again. Full-color photographs closely correlate with the accessible narrative, which is written especially for emerging readers.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen las Zanahorias? (How Do Carrots Grow?) (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen las Zanahorias? (How Do Carrots Grow?) (22)

    Carrots are a great snack, even though they're a plant root. These bright root vegetables grow underground for months before they become the sweet, crunchy veggie we put on salads and dip in hummus. Young readers follow along as carrot seeds are planted in soil, watered, and exposed to the sun, and as they grow into orange, yellow, purple, and white veggies. Age-appropriate detail and vocabulary guide readers just beginning to read independently. This volume supports Next Generation Science Standards.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen las Zanahorias? / How Do Carrots Grow? (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen las Zanahorias? / How Do Carrots Grow? (22)

    Carrots are a great snack, even though they're a plant root. These bright root vegetables grow underground for months before they become the sweet, crunchy veggie we put on salads and dip in hummus. Young readers follow along as carrot seeds are planted in soil, watered, and exposed to the sun, and as they grow into orange, yellow, purple, and white veggies. Age-appropriate detail and vocabulary guide readers just beginning to read independently. This volume supports Next Generation Science Standards.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Árboles de Arce? (How Do Maple Trees Grow?) (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Árboles de Arce? (How Do Maple Trees Grow?) (22)

    Maple trees grow all across North America and many other places in the world. There are many different kinds, but all grow in the same way. Your readers will learn that they start as a seed, sprout, become a sapling, and years later, are a full-grown tree. They will learn about what trees need to stay alive: water, soil, and sun. Beautiful photographs draw readers in with the lovely leaves and characteristics of maple trees, complimenting the age-appropriate narrative.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Árboles de Arce? / How Do Maple Trees Grow? (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Árboles de Arce? / How Do Maple Trees Grow? (22)

    Maple trees grow all across North America and many other places in the world. There are many different kinds, but all grow in the same way. Your readers will learn that they start as a seed, sprout, become a sapling, and years later, are a full-grown tree. They will learn about what trees need to stay alive: water, soil, and sun. Beautiful photographs draw readers in with the lovely leaves and characteristics of maple trees, complimenting the age-appropriate narrative.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Girasoles? (How Do Sunflowers Grow?) (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Girasoles? (How Do Sunflowers Grow?) (22)

    Nothing says summer like an open sunflower turned toward the sun. These familiar flowers are a great example of how flowering plants grow from seeds with some soil, space, sun, and water. Readers will follow this plant's growth through text with closely correlated photographs, including images of a sunflower sprouting, gaining leaves, budding, and opening to the lovely, friendly flower we know. Age-appropriate detail and vocabulary guide readers just beginning to read independently.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Girasoles? / How Do Sunflowers Grow? (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Girasoles? / How Do Sunflowers Grow? (22)

    Nothing says summer like an open sunflower turned toward the sun. These familiar flowers are a great example of how flowering plants grow from seeds with some soil, space, sun, and water. Readers will follow this plant's growth through text with closely correlated photographs, including images of a sunflower sprouting, gaining leaves, budding, and opening to the lovely, friendly flower we know. Age-appropriate detail and vocabulary guide readers just beginning to read independently. This volume supports Next Generation Science Standards.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Pinos? (How Do Pine Trees Grow?) (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Pinos? (How Do Pine Trees Grow?) (22)

    The pinecones found on the ground near a pine tree are an important part of the pine tree life cycle. They can hold hundreds of seeds. Like other plants, these seeds need soil, water, and sun. The seeds also need to be planted close to the surface of the soil. Beautiful photographs of full-grown pine trees, seeds sprouting, and seedlings correlate closely with the narrative, aiding beginning readers' comprehension in the fascinating life cycle of a pine tree.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Pinos? / How Do Pine Trees Grow? (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Pinos? / How Do Pine Trees Grow? (22)

    The pinecones found on the ground near a pine tree are an important part of the pine tree life cycle. They can hold hundreds of seeds. Like other plants, these seeds need soil, water, and sun. The seeds also need to be planted close to the surface of the soil. Beautiful photographs of full-grown pine trees, seeds sprouting, and seedlings correlate closely with the narrative, aiding beginning readers' comprehension in the fascinating life cycle of a pine tree.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Plátanos? (How Do Bananas Grow?) (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Plátanos? (How Do Bananas Grow?) (22)

    Everyone knows bananas are a fruit but, unlike apples and oranges, they don't grow on trees. Banana plants look like they have a trunk, but it is really densely packed leaves holding up a huge plant and bunches of bananas. Young readers will love learning the truth about banana plants, including that they don't grow from seeds but a piece of another banana plant. Colorful photographs take kids right to banana farms as this plant grows and produces a favorite fruit.
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  • ¿Cómo Crecen Los Plátanos? / How Do Bananas Grow? (22)
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    ¿Cómo Crecen Los Plátanos? / How Do Bananas Grow? (22)

    Everyone knows bananas are a fruit but, unlike apples and oranges, they don't grow on trees. Banana plants look like they have a trunk, but it is really densely packed leaves holding up a huge plant and bunches of bananas. Young readers will love learning the truth about banana plants, including that they don't grow from seeds but a piece of another banana plant. Colorful photographs take kids right to banana farms as this plant grows and produces a favorite fruit.
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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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  • ¿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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  • ¿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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  • ¿Qué le pasa al microscopio?: Resolver el problema -What's Wrong with the Microscope?: Fixing the Problem (18)
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    ¿Qué le pasa al microscopio?: Resolver el problema -What's Wrong with the Microscope?: Fixing the Problem (18)

    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 color photographs and accessible text will engage readers and allow them to connect deeply with the concept. The computer science topic is paired with an age-appropriate curricular topic to deepen readers' learning experience and show how debugging works in the real world. In this book, readers will investigate what's wrong with a microscope and learn how to fix it. This nonfiction book is paired with the fiction book Tarik's Telescope (ISBN: 9781508137863). The instructional guide on the inside front and back covers provides: Vocabulary, Background knowledge, Text-dependent questions, Whole class activities, and Independent activities.
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  • ¿Qué Pasa Con El Agua? -Where Does Water Go? (21)
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    ¿Qué Pasa Con El Agua? -Where Does Water Go? (21)

    In Where Does Water Go?, early fluent readers follow water as it leaves the home and travels either to a septic tank or a wastewater treatment plant. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they learn about what happens to water after it is flushed or goes down the drain. An infographic illustrates the steps of the process with real photos and descriptions. Children can learn more about wastewater using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Where Does Water Go? also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a glossary, and an index. Where Does Water Go? is part of Jump!'s Where Does It Go? series.
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  • ¿Qué Pasa Con El Correo? -Where Does Mail Go? (21)
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    ¿Qué Pasa Con El Correo? -Where Does Mail Go? (21)

    In Where Does Mail Go?, early fluent readers follow a letter as it leaves the home and heads to its destination and all the steps in between. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they learn about the process of sending and receiving mail. An infographic illustrates the steps of the process with real photos and descriptions. Children can learn more about mail and the postal service using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Where Does Mail Go? also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a glossary, and an index. Where Does Mail Go? is part of Jump!'s Where Does It Go? series.
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  • ¿Qué Pasa Con La Basura? -Where Does Garbage Go? (21)
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    ¿Qué Pasa Con La Basura? -Where Does Garbage Go? (21)

    In Where Does Garbage Go?, early fluent readers follow trash as it leaves the home and heads to the landfill and all the steps in between. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they learn about what happens to garbage. An infographic illustrates the steps of the process with real photos and descriptions. Children can learn more about garbage and landfills using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Where Does Garbage Go? also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a glossary, and an index. Where Does Garbage Go? is part of Jump!'s Where Does It Go? series.
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  • ¿Qué Pasa Con Lo Reciclable? -Where Does Recycling Go? (21)
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    ¿Qué Pasa Con Lo Reciclable? -Where Does Recycling Go? (21)

    In Where Does Recycling Go?, early fluent readers follow recyclables as they leave the home and head to a recycling plant to get sorted and all the steps in between. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they learn about what happens to recyclables and how they're made into new products. An infographic illustrates the steps of the process with real photos and descriptions. Children can learn more about recycling using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Where Does Recycling Go? also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a glossary, and an index. Where Does Recycling Go? is part of Jump!'s Where Does It Go? series.
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  • 10 Ways to Create Less Waste (24)
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    10 Ways to Create Less Waste (24)

    Did you know the average American creates more than 4 pounds of waste per day? Check out these 10 easy ways to cut your trash output, plus an activity to help you do so. Find out what tips work for you and spread the word. Together, we can make a difference!
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