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Great book for Grade 3 students with mathematics problem-solving issues.
"Ruth Chew's classic books perfectly capture the joy of everyday magic."--Mary Pope Osborne, bestselling author of the Magic Tree House seriesRuth Chew's chapter books are full of simple, matter-of-fact magic that's sure to enchant budding fantasy readers.When Katy and Louise find the key to the locked drawer in Katy's bureau, they aren't impressed by old things belonging to Katy's Aunt Martha. There can't be anything special about the old robe, broken mirror, tin box, or red rubber boots inside, can there? But when Louise dons the robe during the school play and suddenly disappears, Katy and Louise realize that they might just be able to have some grand adventures with the things that Aunt Martha left behind.From the Hardcover edition.
Mathew Henson survived poverty and racism as an African American, and he survived the dangers and challenges of the Arctic one of the first people to reach the North Pole. This book tells the story of a man who risked his life to achieve his dreams.
Examines the life of the African-American poet, from her childhood in the segregated South to her rise to prominence as a writer.
ANGELINA LOVES PIZZA. So much so that when she hears that there is a Leaning Tower of Pisa, and mistakenly thinks it's made of pizzas, she is so distressed that she must go see it for herself!
Maybelle was a cable car a San Francisco cable car. . . She rang her gong and sang her song from early morn till late at night. . . . By recounting the actual events in San Francisco's effort to keep the city's cable cars running, this classic story illustrates how the voice of the people can be heard in the true spirit of democracy. Virginia Lee Burton's original art for Maybelle the Cable Car was retrieved from the archives of the San Francisco Public Library to re-create this edition with all the vibrant charm of the original, which was published in 1952.
Election day is right around the corner, and guess who's running for class president? A.J. and Andrea! Mayor Hubble is going to teach the kids all the ins and outs of politics, and every vote counts. Who's going to win? Who's going to lose? And who's going to kiss a baby? Ew, gross!
Your ideas are the heart of your writing. They can also be called the main idea or theme. They must be clearly presented. Your writing should include details that keep the reader's attention and show what is really important about your topic.
Practice pages provide exercises to accompany lessons presented in McGRAW-HILL LANGUAGE ARTS. At-home activities are provided on every page. Practice pages can be used as students work through the unit.
Reading textbook for 3rd graders.
A collection of various stories containing illustrative pictures from different authors. Each story contains pictures. At the end of each story there are questions.
A living thing grows. It starts out small. Then it gets bigger. An oak tree begins as an acorn. Then it grows to become a green sapling. This is a very young tree. Organisms also change as they grow. The way a living thing changes during its life is called development.
A general science book for fifth grade students.
From the book: No one believes Mozie. His elflike face doesn't help. With only one expression--elfin--it's hard to make people believe you're scared out of your wits. And that's how Mozie's felt ever since he first experienced the pull of "McMummy." Taking care of an absent professor's greenhouse, Mozie finds himself moving like a zombie, drawn deep among the enormous plants, until he's face to stem with it, a hummiag, moving, human-sized pod! But along with the fear, Mozie begins to feel something else, some connection to the oversized vegetable. Does McMummy need Mozie's help? His friendship? A young boy's life can't really turn into a bad horror movie, can it? Stay tuned for Invasion of the Human Bean! Is Mozie escaping into fantisy or should he be escaping a very real danger? Betsy Byars reveals the answer in a scary hilarious and poignant novel about loss, love, and things that go hummm in the night.
Pinkerton Pig always has to be first -- first to eat, first off the bus -- until, running to be first for a sandwich, he finds himself in trouble with the Sand Witch.
When Widow Tulip Jones of Bore, England, inherits a ranch in By-Golly Gully, Texas, and moves in with two trunks of tea, twelve pet tortoises, and three servants, hilarity ensues. The peaceful life suits the wealthy widow fine until word gets out and every unmarried man in Texas lines up to marry her. Widow Tulip and her small staff of three can't possibly run the farm and manage all the suitors, so she devises a plan--and it just might work. This story filled with giant tortoises, 1,000 brides, bad guys, a smart widow, and even a little romance is sure to get kids laughing.
Describes the preparation and celebration of a medieval feast held at an English manor house entertaining royal guests. [This text is listed as an example that meets Common Core Standards in English language arts in grades 2-3 at http://www.corestandards.org.]
This warmly told biography of our sixteenth president is enriched by many authentic but seldom told anecdotes and complemented by bold color illustrations that capture the spirit of Lincoln and his era. From the Trade Paperback edition.
From the book: "It's 1944 and the world is at war. For Molly McIntire, life seems full of change. Her father is far away caring for wounded soldiers. Her mother is busy working for the Red Cross. Mrs. Gilford, the strict housekeeper, makes her eat terrible things like turnips from the Victory garden. And everyone in America is so serious and practical that glamorous Halloween costumes are hard to get. Molly's special hula skirt is a huge success-until Ricky, her pesty big brother, plays a mean trick. Molly and her friends are determined to get back at him. One mean trick leads to another until the fighting goes too far."
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