Updated for 2020, this math concept book engages young readers through simple text and photos as they learn about comparing things in a group by more than and less than.
The MetroStars were one of the first clubs to be part of Major League Soccer when the league began in North America in 1996. Since then, the club has changed its name to the Red Bulls and given its fans many exciting moments. Readers will learn about the team's top players and their ups and downs in this appealing book, and also discover fascinating details about the history of soccer and MLS. Come join the fun of one of America's most popular sports!...
When Major League Soccer began in North America in 1996, the New England Revolution was one of the first clubs. Since then, the club has energized the league with skilled players, exciting games, and many championship appearances. Readers will learn about the history of soccer and MLS in this appealing book. They will also learn about the Revolution and its greatest players, as well as the challenges they face, in this exciting guide to one of the...
Major League Soccer began in North America in 1996. Ten years later, the league decided it needed a team in New York City. After years of work, the New York City FC played its first game in 2015, and they have been exciting fans ever since. Led by several World Cup-winning players from Europe plus some great American talent, the FC has gone on to become a great team! This book explains the history of soccer and MLS and features all the excitement...
5) Dak Prescott
Dak Prescott always worked hard. Although his family did not have much money, his mother taught him to keep trying and reach for his dreams. Dak's biggest dream was to play for the Dallas Cowboys. All through high school and college, Dak worked to make his dream come true. When he finally got the chance, Dak faced many challenges before he could rise to the top. Through it all, Dak showed that he is truly a champion!
Caesar grew up to be a powerful politician, general and leader. He expanded the already powerful Roman Republic into new lands, creating one of the most important civilizations in world history. He fought against pirates, other nations and powerful politicians who wanted to destroy him, before meeting a bloody end at the hands of his fellow citizens. In his amazing career, Caesar changed the world and introduced many of the customs we still use today....
Ezekiel Elliott always dreamed of being a football player. His parents were both star athletes, and they expected a lot from Ezekiel. He delivered in style, becoming a three-sport star in high school and going on to an amazing college career on the football field. But the best was yet to come for Ezekiel when he was chosen by the Dallas Cowboys as their starting running back. Follow the ups and downs of Ezekiel's life on and off the field in this...
Hailee Steinfeld decided she wanted to be an actress when she was just a little girl. After a few years of playing small parts, she tried out for a big role in a famous film called True Grit. Hailee not only got the part, she became one of the most respected and popular young actresses of her time! Follow Hailee's life and career in both movies and music in this fact-filled biography of a bright young talent.
9) James Harden
James Harden wanted to be a basketball player from the time he could bounce the ball. However, this future star faced many challenges. He had to overcome poor health and a lazy attitude. He had to learn to listen to his teammates and become a leader. He even struggled with being the center of attention as a celebrity star. Through it all, James Harden worked hard and learned from his mistakes. He became one of the best basketball players in the world...
10) Rose Greenhow
No one expected Rose Greenhow to be a war hero. But when the American Civil War split the nation apart, this beautiful and popular hostess played an important role in the Confederate South's most important battle victory.
Long snout. Big teeth. Hard scales. Lives in warm climates. Is it an alligator or a crocodile? Readers will learn how these beasts from the age of dinosaurs are alike and how they differ.
Thick fur. Thin face or wide face. Long howls or short yips. Is it a wolf or a coyote? Learn how these beautiful wild creatures are alike and how they differ.
Colorful or dull. Wings up or wings down. Active at night or prefers daylight. Is it a butterfly or moth? Learn how these beautiful insects are alike and how they differ.
Long floppy ears. Big teeth. Running or hopping. Is it a rabbit or a hare? Learn how these popular and cuddly animals are alike and how they differ.
Likes living in trees or on the ground? Herbivore or omnivore. Is it a porcupine or a hedgehog? Readers will learn how these adorable spiky mammals are alike and how they differ.
16) Frogs and Toads
Webbed feet. Slimy or dry. Lives on dry land or in water. Is it a frog or a toad? Learn how these cold-blooded animals are alike and how they differ.
17) Mount Rushmore
While reading Mount Rushmore, students will learn all about the infamous carving made into the Black Hills of South Dakota. This 32-page title uses a variety of teaching components to help young readers strengthen their reading comprehension skills. The Symbols of Freedom series will allow students to explain events or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause versus effect....
18) I Know Football
This Level 3 book introduces and examines the different aspects of foodball. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about the history and rules of football, as well as how to play the game. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate and review important information.
19) I Know Hockey
This Level 3 book introduces and examines the different aspects of hockey. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about the history and rules of hockey, as well as how to play the game. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate and review important information.
20) I Know Baseball
This Level 3 book introduces and examines the different aspects of baseball. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about the history and rules of baseball, as well as how to play the game. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate and review important information.