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The Best Nonfiction For Beginning And Reluctant Readers

Grades 3 - 7
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Nuclear War

Nuclear war became a reality when the United States dropped two nuclear bombs in Japan during World War II. Despite the devastating results, many countries still own nuclear weapons. This… More →

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Climate Change

Increasing temperatures, rising sea levels, raging wildfires, and sweeping hurricanes: climate change is happening, but what if we donХt make changes to stop it? Readers will find out when… More →

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Social Studies

Fighter Pilot

A sleek jet shoots through the sky, looking for enemy planes. The pilot in the cockpit has been through countless flight hours and training to reach this point. This high-interest title… More →

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Machines

Bugatti Chiron

The Bugatti Chiron is one of the fastest street-legal cars around! Drivers need a special key to push this car to its top speed of over 250 miles per hour. Young readers will speed through… More →

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Machines

Maserati GranTurismo

More than 100 years after Maserati made its debut, the GranTurismo stuns drivers with its flashy looks and speed. From the trident that decorates the grille to the aerodynamic side skirts… More →

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Machines

Porsche 911 Carrera

Since its debut in the 1960s, the Porsche 911 Carrera has been a shining star of the sports car world! Over the years, this popular vehicle has gone through many upgrades to keep it on top. A… More →

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Social Studies

Parker Brothers

The brotherly trio of George, Charles, and Edward Parker built the Parker Brothers game brand. George, the youngest, was the inventor of the bunch. His board game Banking set the company in… More →

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Social Studies

Netflix

Netflix has played a role in making binge-watching a thing. Seventy percent of its users watch television series episode after episode after episode in one sitting! This children’s book… More →

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Science and Math

Police Robots

The U.S. military has given nearly 1,000 robots to police departments around the country. This means most police robots are ex-military. Young readers will walk through the history of robots… More →

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Social Studies

General Mills

Did you know that General Mills had to invent a special puffing gun to make Kix, Cheerios, and other breakfast cereals? This title feeds young readers background information about the… More →

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Military

Combat

Soldiers on combat missions are courageous, intelligent, and tough. They work to free the oppressed, which oftentimes involves battle. Complex weapons and specialized tools are paramount to… More →

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