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The Best Nonfiction For Beginning And Reluctant Readers

Grades PreK - 3
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Grades PreK - 3

Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Cheetah or Leopard?

Many big cats have patterned coats, but what is the difference between a cheetahХs spots and a leopardХs rosettes? In this low-level text, bright photos and side-by-side comparisons show this… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Turtle or Tortoise?

All tortoises are turtles, but what sets tortoises apart from their fellow family members? Side-by side-comparisons and clear photos take young learners through various physical and… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Bee or Wasp?

Buzz! A black and yellow insect flies past! Is it a wasp ready to attack, or friendly bee searching for flowers? Young readers will find out how to tell bees and wasps apart using… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Llama or Alpaca?

Llamas and alpacas can be hard to tell apart. But between face shape and hair length, these human helpers have subtle traits that make them unique! Side-by-side comparisons support simple… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Rabbit or Hare?

From tall ears to fluffy tails, rabbits and hares are easy to confuse. Simple text, matching photos, and side-by-side comparisons help young readers spy the differences between these common… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Alligator or Crocodile?

An ancient, scaly beast slides through the water, searching for a snack. But is it an alligator or a crocodile? This low-level book uses simple text, bright photos, and helpful labels to walk… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Wolf or Coyote?

Who is that howling from deep in the woods? Wolves and coyotes might have similar calls, but they have several differences! This engaging title uses simple text, clear photos, and side by… More →

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Social Studies

Custodians

Custodians are hard-working members of the community! In schools, businesses, and hospitals everywhere, custodians are on duty for everything from mess cleanup to repair work. This low-level… More →

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Social Studies

The Lincoln Memorial

Of all the U.S. presidents, Abraham Lincoln stands out as a champion of change and equality. It is no surprise the Lincoln Memorial is considered a symbol of freedom. This title provides a… More →

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Social Studies

Mount Rushmore

Carved into America’s heartland, Mount Rushmore celebrates four presidents who made America what it is today. This symbol of freedom is at center stage in this title for beginning readers… More →

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Social Studies

Pilots

The pilot radios air traffic control. She steers the plane to the runway. Time for takeoff! Whether they’re delivering packages or transporting travelers, pilots are important community… More →

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Social Studies

Chefs

A busy restaurant kitchen buzzes with energy. Thanks to the chef, the orders fly out the door! This book for young readers explores where chefs work, what they do, and how they create… More →

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