Bright Futures Press

Set of 27 titles

Bright Futures Press is the go-to place for creative career exploration resources.

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Title   ATOS Format Qty
Bright Futures Press (27 titles)
Architecture & Construction 5.7
Choose a Career Adventure at NASA
Choose a Career Adventure at the Olympics
Choose a Career Adventure at the Super Bowl
Choose a Career Adventure at the White House
Choose a Career Adventure in Hollywood
Choose a Career Adventure in the Military
Choose a Career Adventure on Broadway
Choose a Career Adventure on a Cruise Ship
Find Your Future in Art
Find Your Future in Engineering
Find Your Future in Mathematics
Find Your Future in Science
Find Your Future in Technology
Food & Natural Resources 5.6
Get a Job at the Airport
Get a Job at the Construction Site
Get a Job at the Grocery Store
Get a Job at the Hospital
Get a Job at the Landfill
Get a Job at the Shopping Mall
Health Sciences 5.7
Information Technology 5.6
Law & Public Safety 5.9
Manufacturing 5.5
STEM 5.7
Transportation 5.5
Interest Level Grade 4 - Grade 7
Reading Level Grade 5
Dewey 004.023-975.3
Lexile 760-1060
ATOS Reading Level 5.5-5.9
Guided Reading Level T-W
Language English
Publisher Cherry Lake Publishing
Available Formats Reinforced book (9781634726207), Paperback (9781634726405), PDF (9781634726306), ePub (9781634726702), Hosted ebook (9781634726504), Kindle (9781634726603)
Copyright 2017
Number of Pages 32
Dimensions 7.5 x 9.5
Graphics Full-color illustrations, Full-color photographs

School Library Journal - Bright Futures World of Work

Gr 4-7–These interactive titles use clues readers can match to their own interests in order to arrive at one of the eight careers featured in each volume. Students are also prompted to write their thoughts on downloadable activity sheets. Job descriptions are brief but conversational, and the series succeeds in grabbing reader attention by initiating further exploration. Inset boxes offer websites and a “Start Now!” list of activities that relate to the topic—for instance, joining Scouts to develop skills to be an “emergency management coordinator” or helping younger students with computers in the media center in order to become a “help desk analyst.” It is noted that “some very smart career experts” devised the 16 career fields referenced throughout (using the National Career Clusters Framework), so it is possible eight additional books will be forthcoming. VERDICT For those in search of a strictly introductory entry into job categories with plenty of amped-up graphics and fact boxes.