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Cover: Veo hormigas (I See Ants)

Series Made Simple

Stunning images of backyard bugs will engage and excite young readers in this highly appealing series. Each book begins with a short table of contents with color photographs of common bugs filling every page. Six types of bugs are described in each title, each shown in their natural… View →

 
Cover: Communication Then and Now

Series Made Simple

The six titles in this series make comparisons between current topics of interest and their historical counterparts. Toys, cooking techniques, or communication methods of the past are then compared to current technology and the possibilities of the future. Information is brief and… View →

 
Cover: Clothing Then and Now

Series Made Simple

The six titles in this series make comparisons between current topics of interest and their historical counterparts. Toys, cooking techniques, or communication methods of the past are then compared to current technology and the possibilities of the future. Information is brief and… View →

 
Cover: Cooking Then and Now

Series Made Simple

The six titles in this series make comparisons between current topics of interest and their historical counterparts. Toys, cooking techniques, or communication methods of the past are then compared to current technology and the possibilities of the future. Information is brief and… View →

 
Cover: Veo abejas (I See Bees)

Series Made Simple

Stunning images of backyard bugs will engage and excite young readers in this highly appealing series. Each book begins with a short table of contents with color photographs of common bugs filling every page. Six types of bugs are described in each title, each shown in their natural… View →

 
Cover: Backyard Bugs

Series Made Simple

Stunning images of backyard bugs will engage and excite young readers in this highly appealing series. Each book begins with a short table of contents with color photographs of common bugs filling every page. Six types of bugs are described in each title, each shown in their natural… View →

 
Cover: Mira cómo crece una naranja (Watch an Orange Grow)

Series Made Simple

This series delves into the growth process of common fruits, vegetables, and an oak tree. The process is shown sequentially, providing plenty of visual context and opportunities to name both familiar and new concepts. Notably, the life cycle diagrams at the end of each volume provide a… View →

 
Cover: Zebra Foals

Series Made Simple

Minimal text and highly appealing photographs of baby animals make this series a good choice for beginning readers of nonfiction. Seven full-page spreads highlight the visual appeal of the young animals, with a good mixture of full-body views, close-ups, and interactions with others.… View →

 
Cover: Homes Then and Now

Series Made Simple

The six titles in this series make comparisons between current topics of interest and their historical counterparts. Toys, cooking techniques, or communication methods of the past are then compared to current technology and the possibilities of the future. Information is brief and… View →

 
Cover: Saving the Sea Otter

Series Made Simple

The history and current status of animal conservation efforts are introduced through simple language and solid visual content. Readers learn the major causes of the animals’ decline, plus a bit about the actions taken in response. Government acts are the most frequently cited… View →

 
Cover: Mira cómo crece una calabaza (Watch a Pumpkin Grow)

Series Made Simple

This series delves into the growth process of common fruits, vegetables, and an oak tree. The process is shown sequentially, providing plenty of visual context and opportunities to name both familiar and new concepts. Notably, the life cycle diagrams at the end of each volume provide a… View →

 
Cover: Gorilla Infants

Series Made Simple

Minimal text and highly appealing photographs of baby animals make this series a good choice for beginning readers of nonfiction. Seven full-page spreads highlight the visual appeal of the young animals, with a good mixture of full-body views, close-ups, and interactions with others.… View →