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Cover: It's Cool to Learn About the United States

Library Media Connections - It's Cool to Learn About the United States

Bright colorful images highlight the areas featured in each of these volumes, making it a very inviting series. Each volume is written by a different well-known nonfiction author and discusses topography, state capitals, the history of the region, the government and economy, people, and… View »

Cover: History Digs

Library Media Connections - History Digs

Stories in each title are told through the eyes of a student who acts as a historian gathering facts, artifacts, and photographs from interviews, museums, and other locations. A mission is given at the beginning of each book. Although the chapters are short, these are good starter books for… View »

Cover: How to Write a Book Report

School Library Journal - How to Write

Gr 3"“5"”Each book is composed of six chapters that take children through the process of creating a specific type of nonfiction writing. Examples, suggestions, and activities reinforce each skill. Report gives examples of note cards and a KWL chart filled in. However, it seems a little odd… View »

Cover: Podcasting 101

Library School Journal - Information Explorer

Gr 3-6 These titles, all written by media specialists, employ an interesting writing style accompanied by colorful and enticing graphics and photos. Each book includes step-by-step instructions, beginning with an explanation of the featured topic and including planning, implementing… View »

Cover: Save the Planet: Keeping Water Clean

Vegbooks - Save the Planet: Keeping Water Clean

Keeping Water Clean is clever combination of travel journal, adventure series and science. The book starts off challenging readers with a multi-pronged mission which boils down to: learn about the Earth’s… View »

Cover: Animal Invaders

School Library Journal - Animal Invaders

Gr 4-6 Each volume begins with an exciting, true-life story of humans encountering these creatures in unexpected places. The books continue with too-brief sections describing life cycle, diet, natural habitat, and natural predators, and then focus on how each animal has moved to a new… View »

Cover: How Do We Live Together? Coyotes

School Library Journa - How Do We Live Together?

Humans and animals frequently find themselves to be in uncomfortable proximity. These books encourage readers to understand their wild neighbors, to learn how the animals might be important to the environment, to think about their own relationship with them, and to seek out community… View »

Cover: Save the Planet: Compost It

School Library Journal - Save the Planet

This series focuses on how children can become actively involved in protecting the environment. At the beginning of each book, readers are given a mission and advised to be alert to the facts provided so that they can successfully answer the questions at the end. Next comes a neatly… View »

Cover: Real World Math: Geography

Library Media Connection - Real World Math

The interdisciplinary focus of the books in this series will give them broad appeal for cross-curricular lesson plans. Each title focuses on a particular geographic feature, and presents it with a balance of science, geography, and mathematics in a way that encourages readers to think… View »

Cover: Power Up!

Library Media Connection

Each book in this new series provides a basic introduction to a different source of energy. The writing is clear and succinct, and the information is accurate, timely, and unbiased. The plentiful photographs are outstanding and reinforce the text. The author explains the history of each… View »


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