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New Raz-Plus and Reading A-Z Leveled Books—March 2019

19 Titles Added

New titles from Raz-Plus and Reading A-Z for March include an interesting selection of new leveled books about various aspects of the United States government, along with titles about jungle animals, Thomas Edison’s life and inventions, and the importance of keeping trash out of our oceans.

Jungle Friends

Jungle Friends

Level: aa
Meet some of the animals who live in a jungle: tigers, ants, frogs, and more! Colorful illustrations and repetitive text structure support early emergent readers. This book helps students identify the setting to better understand a story.

Edisons Invention

Edison's Inventions

Level: J
Over his lifetime, Thomas Edison created more than a thousand inventions, some of which we still use today. This book explains why Edison is such an important figure in history, while teaching students how to determine an author's purpose.

The Executive Branch

The Executive Branch

Level: N, U, and Z1
To help ensure a balance of power in the United States, the U.S. Constitution founded three branches of government. The executive branch is led by the president, and the president's cabinet carries out the laws written by Congress.

The Judicial Branch

The Judicial Branch

Level: N, V, and Z1
The U.S. Constitution founded three branches of government, including the judicial branch, which manages the country's legal process, interprets laws, and protects human rights. Federal judges review cases and ensure that justice is done.

The U.S. Government at Work

The U.S. Government at Work

Level: N, V, and Z1
The United States Constitution called for the creation of departments, each with its own responsibilities, that would be led by presidential advisors. These advisors make up the president's cabinet and make sure the country's systems work well.

The Legislative Branch

The Legislative Branch

Level: O, W, and Z1
The legislative branch, also called Congress, includes the Senate and the House of Representatives. The men and women who serve as senators and representatives are in charge of making and changing the country's laws on behalf of U.S. citizens.

The U.S. Constitution

The U.S. Constitution

Level: O, W, and Z1
The U.S. Constitution splits the government into three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial. It explains the powers and responsibilities of each one. Americans can and have changed the Constitution many times through amendments.

Morty and the Floating Rubbish

Morty and The Floating Rubbish

Level: T
Morty and his friends can't wait to help steer the ship out at sea, learn to fish, and enjoy the ocean breeze. But when they decide to put messages in bottles and throw them overboard, they end up learning a lesson they'll never forget.

Pat Summitt: Coaching Legend

Pat Summitt: Coaching Legend

Level: V
At the age of 22, Pat Summitt, a former college basketball star, found herself coaching a major college team and leading them to a winning season. This book talks about the life of a remarkable leader who changed the world of athletics for women.


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