I Am Caring

What is a way we show the people in our family that we care? One way is simple and quick—giving them a hug. Pairs with the fiction title Caring for Sister.

Working with Others

Support young readers as they learn the key skill of working with others every day on a variety of projects. Pairs with the fiction title Lola and Lupe's House.

Let's Look at Pumpkins

How do small, flat pumpkin seeds become large, round pumpkins? This title uses carefully leveled text and vibrant photos to show younger readers the pumpkin life cycle. Pairs with...

When the Wind Blows

Explore the effects of wind on leaves, sailboats, umbrellas, and kites. Pair this photo-illustrated, nonfiction title with its fiction companion book, A Windy Day.

Nature Walk

Explore concepts of living and nonliving things during a walk in the woods, including birds, stones, stones, streams, and trees. Pair this nonfiction title with its illustrated...

What Eats What

Introduce readers to the concept of food chains by examining what four animals eat. Pair this photo-driven nonfiction title with its companion fiction story, Hungry Little Bear.

Little Woodland Animals

What sorts of animals live in the forest? You'll spy squirrels, birds, butterflies, rabbits, skunks, and snakes. Pair this photo-illustrated nonfiction title with its fiction...

Big Grassland Animals

What roams through grassland habitats? Discover bison, elephants, giraffes, kangaroos, lions, and zebra. Pair this photo-illustrated nonfiction title with its fiction companion...

Winter Fun

What can you do in the winter? Make a snow hill, snowball, snow fort, snow person, and snow angel. Pair this photo-driven nonfiction title with its companion fiction book, Snow...

Under the Rain Forest Canopy

Discover the variety of animals that live in the rain forest, including frogs, jaguars, monkeys, parrots, and sloths. Pair this photo-illustrated nonfiction title with its fiction...

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