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    Rookie Read-About® Science—It's a Good Thing...: It's a Good Thing There Are Bees

    Rookie Read-About® Science—It's a Good Thing...: It's a Good Thing There Are Bees

    by Lisa M. Herrington

    The sound of a buzzing bee can send many people running inside. But bees play a very important role in their ecosystem. They pollinate flowers and also provide useful products, such as honey and beeswax. The well-organized chapters help students identify key details. The illustrations and text features such as captions and bold print help students navigate the text while the photographs add clarity and enable students to better understand the text.

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    Sight Word Tales: The Fix-It-Up Fairy

    Sight Word Tales: The Fix-It-Up Fairy

    by Maria Fleming

    If something is broken, this fairy will fix it right up. Well, at least she will try!

    This read-aloud story is designed to jumpstart reading success by introducing—and reinforcing—the most frequently used words in print. Help ensure that children really know their sight words by sharing this engaging tale!

    This book teaches these four sight words: she, will, it, up.

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It's an Aardvark-Eat-Turtle World

Author: Paula Danziger

Interest Level:
5-8

Lexile Framework:
620L

Grade Level Equivalent:
3.4

Age:
10-13

Subject:
Friends and Friendship, Remarriage, Blended Families, Changes and New Experiences

About This Book

Best friends Rosie and Phoebe first met on the Divorce Express, shuttling between their parents on weekends. Now Rosie's mom and Phoebe's dad have fallen in love and they're all moving in together. It seems perfect, until Rosie learns that having Phoebe as a best friend isn't nearly the same as having her for a sister.

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