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Animals of the Grasslands (Blastoff! Readers: Level 2)

The sun beats down on the African savanna, while icy winds whip across the Great Plains in North America. There's nothing to shelter the animals that live in this wide-open biome from the harshness of these elements, so they must find other ways to survive. Profiles, maps, and other features support low-level text telling all about how animals have adapted to the grassland biome they call home.

Animals of the Mountains (Blastoff! Readers: Level 2)

Thin, cold air and steep slopes make mountaintops formidable to most animals. But some species thrive at these high altitudes! This low-level series examines alpine animals and how they adapt to their high-up homes. Features illustrate the range, diet, and adaptations of each animal to support levelled text. Young readers can find out what life is like on top of the world!

Animals of the Rain Forest (Blastoff! Readers: Level 2)

The hot, humid rain forest is habitat to more than half of the world's plant and animal species! From colourful toucans to enormous anacondas, this informative series explores how the animals adapt to survive in the world's most diverse biome.

Animals of the Wetlands (Blastoff! Readers: Level 2)

Swamps, marshes, and other wetlands are home to some of the world's most interesting animals. But life isn't always easy for these creatures. They must adapt to escape predators, find food, and build shelter in their watery habitats. Packed with features such as animal profiles and range maps, this low-level series will give readers a sneak peek into the lives of the animals that make homes in the wetlands biome.

Animals on the Farm (Blastoff! Readers: Level 1)

Which animals will you see on the farm? Woolly sheep may be grazing in the pasture while tiny ducklings paddle across the pond. Maybe you can collect milk from a cow or eggs from a chicken. Young readers will explore the characteristics and lives of common farm animals in this low-level series.

Animals on the Move (Blastoff! Readers: Level 3)

Each season, animals embark on incredible migrations that test their strength and stamina. This exciting series invites readers to soar, scuttle, and swim alongside them! Junior globetrotters will explore migration routes and identify dangerous obstacles. Along the way, they witness the special skills and adaptations that help each animal reach its destination!

Animals with Venom (Dash! Level 1)

All animals have special characteristics that make them good at hunting or defending themselves. But animals with venom may be the coolest! This series introduces each animal, where it lives, what it eats, and how it uses its venom to survive. This series is at a Level 1 and is written specifically for beginning readers. Aligned to Common Core standards & correlated to state standards.

Animaux géants  

Cette série offre un excellent aperçu de quelques-uns des plus gros animaux de la planète. Chaque livre de la série Animaux géants décrit un animal en détail de manière simple et passionnante. Nous apprenons par exemple oú l’animal vit, de quoi il se nourrit et comment il élève ses petits. Accompagnés de grandes photos très vivantes, ces livres nous montrent pourquoi ces animaux sont si impressionnants et si fascinants.

Ant in a Book

One day an ant decides to take a nap in the soft petals of flower, but then a little girl picks the flower and presses it between the pages of her book and the adventure begins. The flat ant becomes a character and joins the others in exploring page after page. But what happens when the little girl opens the book and the characters have all moved?

Anti-Bias Learning: Social Justice in Action (21st Century Junior Library)

The Social Justice Standards from Learning for Justice are a proven framework for developing anti-bias in students. This series shows the Social Justice Standards in action in school and in the community, modeling best practices for young readers as they learn to interact with others--and themselves. Engaging inquiry-based sidebars encourage students to think, create, guess, and ask questions around the content.