New titles from Raz-Plus and Reading A-Z for February cover topics from musical instruments to early American history and from tropical fish to baking cheesecake, with colorful illustrations, fun stories, and interesting science. Back covers feature activities and exercises connecting the books to other subjects, and custom vocabulary lists help make differentiated instruction easier.
With high-frequency words and predictive text to support early emergent readers, this book explores the many different ways music can be made. Fun photos feature kids playing a wide variety of musical instruments.
So Many Fish
Underwater photography is paired with descriptive language in a structure perfect for early emergent readers. Students will learn to compare and contrast information while connecting to prior knowledge.
What would you do if you had a pair of rocket boots? Lupe finds a pair and tries them out in this science fiction story, showcasing Lupe’s generosity, courage, and good judgment (she cheerfully returns the boots to the robot who owns them).
Level: I, L, O
Located in South Florida, Everglades National Park is home to diverse and complex ecosystems. Offering a detailed look at the park, this book’s vivid photos, maps, and explanations can be used to teach students to identify and use adjectives.
Recipe for Disaster
Have you ever had to work with someone who has a very different personality than you? When Sofia and Mollie are paired together to create delicious cheesecakes in Recipe for Disaster, they discover a lot about themselves and each other.
Cry For Me
For ten years, all the children of the kingdom of Valin have been plagued by nightmares except Lalaith. To solve the mystery, one night the brave young girl ventures out to discover the cause and help the children of her village.
The War for North America
In the 1700s, France and Great Britain were expanding their empires into North America, striving for global power. This book details the events of the French and Indian War, explaining how the British were able to eventually triumph.
People enjoy all kinds of food, but how many people really know how food travels through the body and how the body reacts? This book explains the journey food takes through the body, supplying the body with the nutrients it needs.