It's Cool to Learn About the United States

Set of 5 titles

The United States is a vast country full of interesting people, places, customs, and cultures waiting to be discovered. This series from Cherry Lake Publishing, aligned to national curriculum standards, exposes students to the concept of regions. It explains in clear text the impact that climate, landforms, and vegetation have on the characteristics of the region. This new series follows the format of our popular, It's Cool to Explore Countries series. In addition to crisp photographs and accessible text, these books allow students to "experience" the regions through hands-on cooking, crafting, and mapping exercises. This set represents a engaging, cost-effective way to expose your students to the regions and states that make up the USA.

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Title   ATOS Format Qty
It's Cool to Learn About the United States (5 titles)
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: Midwest 6.2
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: Northeast 6.4
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: Southeast 6.8
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: Southwest 6.4
It's Cool to Learn About the United States: West 6.3
Interest Level Grade 4 - Grade 8
Reading Level Grade 5
Dewey 974--dc22-979
Lexile 960-1010
ATOS Reading Level 6.2-6.8
Guided Reading Level T
Language English
Publisher Cherry Lake Publishing
Available Formats Reinforced book (9781610801911), Paperback (9781610803014), PDF (9781610801928), Hosted ebook (9781610801928H)
Copyright 2012
Number of Pages 48
Dimensions 7.5 x 9.5
Graphics Full-color photographs

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 cultures. Read the full review by Sheila Acosta, Children’s Librarian, San Antonio, Texas in the May/June 2012 edition of the Library Media Connection Magazine. This series is Highly Recommended