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Sunshine Classics Leveled Readers
Sunshine Classics offer a balance of fiction and nonfiction leveled readers that focus on text, pictures and design to support beginning readers. Two options are offered to help students succeed — leveled 6-pack sets or 100-item independent reading grade-level libraries.
New Books in Series
Keep students reading with the newest titles from their favorite series. Don’t miss the latest fiction and nonfiction releases — including new stories in the I Survived, DogMan and Lindie Lou series.
Chapter Books for Grades 3–6
A variety of fiction and nonfiction stories are sure to hook your students on reading, and they may even find their new favorite book for years-to-come — featuring Real Friends, the Mars Bound series and Fright at the Museum.
New & Recommended
The must-haves that everyone is – and will be – talking about
from Candlewick Press
Walking his dog at dusk, one boy catches glimpses of the lives around him in this lovely ode to autumn evenings, exploring your neighborhood and coming home. With a setting that feels both specific and universal and a story full of homages to The Snowy Day, Julia Denos and E.B. Goodale have a created a singular book — at once about the idea of home and the magic of curiosity, but also about how a sense of safety and belonging is something to which every child is entitled.
Engaging Content for Struggling Readers
from 45th Parallel Press
These books have been carefully crafted to meet the needs of students who have high intellectual capacity but struggle with reading. All books are designed to get students excited about reading with kid-friendly topics, interesting photos and cool facts. The idea is to make these books accessible to struggling readers at their independent level.
Pride: celebrating diversity & community
Pride events are an opportunity to honor the past, protest injustice, and celebrate a diverse and vibrant community. The high point of Pride, the Pride Parade, is spectacular and colorful. But there’s a whole lot more to Pride than rainbow flags and amazing outfits. How did pride come to be? And what does pride mean to the people who celebrate it?
Countdown & Other Historical Fiction
Students will learn about 11-year-old Franny Chapman as she deals with drama at home and with her best friend in 1962. She tries to understand the larger problems in the world after President Kennedy announces that Russia is sending nuclear missiles to Cuba. Features historic quotations and photographs.
Presidents at War Series
Focusing on the dynamic role played by American presidents during major confilicts, this new series provides young adults with an insight into government, war strategies and U.S. history.
Hot Topics in Media Series
In today’s media-saturated world, students must become savvy consumers of all kinds of media. This series tackles high-interest, hot-button topics — covering information students need to know and taking a balanced approach to exploring the concerns and arguments of each side.
My Science Fun Series
from Cherry Lake
Books in this full-color series feature step-by-step instructions on fun experiments while encouraging further exploration on the topic. Simple sentence structure and word usage help children develop word recognition and reading skills. Includes table of contents, index and a glossary of key words.
The Memory of Things & Other YA Fiction
Check out this wide variety of YA fiction titles, featuring The Memory of Things. This is a stunning story of friendship, first love and carrying on with our day-to-day lives in the midst of world-changing tragedy and unforgettable pain — it tells a story of hope.
Pageturners Hi-Lo Series
from Saddleback Educational Publishing
Pageturners includes the following series: Spy, Suspense, Detective, Mystery, Adventure and Science Fiction. These books were designed for readers to explore multiple genres as they develop their fluency skills. Dealing with mature themes involving culturally diverse characters, these novels were written specifically for struggling readers. Questions at the end of each title promote cognitive development by making students think about vocabulary, comprehension, character and plot. Students will be able to apply these skills and strategies to other genres — such as plays, poetry and informational texts.
Kids Who Are Changing the World & More
From Elementary to YA, Sourcebooks has you covered — offering a range of fiction and nonfiction titles that students are sure to enjoy. Our featured title, Kids Who Are Changing the World, features the inspiring stories of 45 young heroes who have made an impact on our planet — from fighting climate change and pollution, to working to protect animals and their natural habitats. This inspiring book also includes reference materials and suggestions on how readers can get involved.
Fault Lines in the Constitution
Four starred reviews! A timely and thoughtful exploration of the Constitution by an award-winning team — children’s book author Cynthia Levinson (We’ve Got a Job and Watch Out for Flying Kids) and her husband, noted constitutional law scholar Sanford Levinson. Fault Lines in the Constitution blends history with current events in a probe of constitutional challenges and encourages exploration and discussion from young and old readers alike.
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