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World's Biggest Animals, The (Pogo Books)

Did you know there is a whale as long as two school buses? Or a bird that's so heavy it can't even fly? Kids will enjoy exploring the world of supersized animals in this exciting series. Carefully levelled text and vibrant, full-colour photos support early fluent readers and make reading informational text easy and fun.

World's Smartest Animals, The (Blastoff! Readers: Level 3)

The world is home to some amazingly intelligent animals! This low-level series explores the brainiest species in the animal kingdom, from dogs to octopuses. Vivid photos draw beginning readers in, while levelled text explores the intelligence of each animal. Features such as brain comparison charts, animal profiles, skills infographics, and scientific study side bars offer even more information about the world’s smartest animals!

Worldwise History

These delightful information books, filled with colourful illustrations and simple text, will introduce youngchildren to history and the natural world. Each spread features activities around the border, asking the reader to spot specific objects within the central image. See knights prepare for battle. Spot servants and nobles prepare a grand feast for the king in the hall of the medieval castle. These books are sure to enthral young readers and give them a passion for learning.

Worldwise Nature

These delightful information books, filled with colourful illustrations and simple text, will introduce young children to history and the natural world. Each spread features activities around the border, asking the reader to spot specific objects within the central image. Explore the vegetation near a volcano. Spot exotic animals in the sweltering rainforest. These books are sure to enthrall young readers and give them a passion for learning.

Wrench, The  

Bob’s tricycle is broken and he needs a wrench to fix it. He ventures out to buy one at the Megamart, where slick salesman, Mr. Mart, convinces Bob that it’s not a wrench he needs, but a fridge hatàsinging pajamasàa screaming machine! Bob spends all his money on things that he really doesn’t need and before he knows it has no money and no wrench. Lively illustrations and quirky hand-lettering make The Wrench a delight to read while also conveying an important message about consumerism and excess

Wrestling Superstars (Bigfoot Books)

This series introduces readers to some popular contemporary wrestlers, covering their early lives, wrestling careers, skills, and signature moves. Each title features informative side bars, engaging infographics, vivid photographs, and a glossary.

Write It Right

Writing is an important skill that kids use almost every day. Whether they're working on a school book report or writing about their everyday adventures, the Write it Right series has tips and tricks that will help them become writing experts.

Write Me a Poem

The conventions of poetry may seem imposing, but a good poem can be enjoyed at any age. This series is geared toward the early elementary learner who may be encountering literary forms and terms for the first time, teaches by example, showing how poets use language in playful and effective ways to create meaning. The friendly illustrations add another layer of approachability, and each book invites the reader to Write Me a Poem based on a key idea outlined earlier.

Write On, Irving Berlin!

Escaping persecution for being Jewish, the Baline family fled Russia and arrived by ship in New York City harbour in September 1893. Little Israel Isidore Baline is only five years old. After arriving at Ellis Island, the first stop for all immigrants, Israel and his family are ready to begin a new life in America. His family settles in the Lower East Side and soon Israel (now nicknamed Izzy) starts school. And while he learns English, he is not a very good student. According to his teachers he

X-Books: Fighters

X-Books are for kids who love facts-especially in bite-sized portions and about fascinating, true subjects. As plentiful images and graphical representations stimulate visual perception, readers will be drawn into learning how to use informational texts. Each title is framed by a signature Top 5 countdown feature that not only serves as an example of sequential order but also narrates a brief story within the main topic: in X-Books: Fighters, these side bars summarize the extraordinary true tale