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    Scholastic News Nonfiction Readers®—Everyday Math

    Scholastic News Nonfiction Readers®—Everyday Math

    by Ellen Weiss


    Look around-math is everywhere! Using familiar settings, this series teaches kids how to add and subtract, while also reinforcing number recognition. Young readers will discover how important math is to their everyday activities.
     

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    From Bulb to Daffodil

    From Bulb to Daffodil

    by Ellen Weiss

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    12/1/07 School Library Journal
    Large, easy-to-read texts, arranged in blocks with lots of white space around them, describe how these plants grow. Each book begins with a vocabulary preview called "Word Hunt" that introduces seven terms and includes a pronunciation guide and a full-color photograph. While potato seeds are shown on a fingertip to indicate their relative size, the illustration for corn pollen might be confusing because the grains look the same size as the kernels. In Daffodil, the green shoots pushing through the soil are labeled buds ("buhdz"), a rather uncommon usage. Each text describes propagation with clear photographs of bulb cross sections, tubers, corn kernels, and peach pits. A two-page life-cycle illustration summarizes the growth process. These are useful additions that provide well-organized, easy-to-read explanations of plant growth.

     

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My Teacher Sleeps in School

Author: Leatie Weiss

Illustrator: Ellen Weiss

Interest Level:
K-2

Lexile Framework:
400L

Grade Level Equivalent:
2.7

Guided Reading Level:
L

Genre:
General Fiction

Subject:
Culture and Diversity

About This Book

Because Mrs. Marsh is always in her classroom before the students arrive and always stays after they leave, Mollie becomes convinced that her teacher has no home other than the school.


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