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Rules and Laws Keep Me Safe: Below-level Reader (Harcourt School Publishers Social Studies)

by Harcourt School Publishers

Rules and Laws Keep Me Safe by Harcourt School Publishers Social Studies

Rules at School: Set Of 6 (Early Explorers Ser.)

by Katherine Scraper David Haggerty

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Rules of the House

by Mac Barnett

Ian always follows the rules. His sister, Jenny, breaks them all the time-especially "Don't pinch." So Ian is thrilled when the house where his family is vacationing posts a tidy list of rules. But when Jenny breaks them all, the house itself decides it's time for payback. The rug, the stove, and the bathtub are hungry for rulebreaker soup, and they've found the perfect ingredient: Jenny! Now Ian is faced with a thorny question: What if saving your sister means breaking the rules? From the New York Times best-selling team of Mac Barnett and Matthew Myers comes a hilarious tale of sibling rivalry, moral complexity, and disgruntled monsters, perfect for sharing with your own favorite rulebreakers. Praise for Count the Monkeys* "This spot-on spoof of counting books is the perfect reward for anyone who's put in a hard day's work with numbers, big or small." -Publishers Weekly, starred review Praise for Oh No! Not Again!* "Wonderfully ridiculous in premise and execution and abounding in creative touches, this will surely spark student spinoffs." -Kirkus Reviews, starred review Praise for Chloe and the Lion"[R]at-a-tat dialogue and fresh visuals should keep it at the top of the bedtime pile." -Publishers Weekly Praise for Mustache"Youngsters will get a kick out of this kingly comedy?." -Bulletin of the Center for Children's BooksPraise for Oh No!* "A must-have." -Kirkus Reviews, starred review Praise for Billy Twitters and His Blue Whale Problem* "Definitely funny and slyly subversive." -Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Rumble Fish (Lions Ser.)

by S.E. Hinton

The classic YA novel RUMBLE FISH, written by celebrated novelist S.E. Hinton and immortalized by legendary film maker Francis Ford Coppola, now available as an eBook for the first time.Rusty James wants to be just like his big brother Motorcycle Boy - tough enough to be respected by everyone in the neighborhood. But Motorcycle Boy is also smart, so smart that Rusty James relies on him to bail him out of trouble. The brothers are inseparable, and Motorcycle Boy will always be there to watch his back, so there's nothing to worry about, right? Or so Rusty James believes, until his world falls apart and Motorcycle Boy isn't there to pick up the pieces.From the author of THE OUTSIDERS, S.E. Hinton looks into a world where hope is hard to find, and violence is a fact of life.&“Stylistically superb. . . . This packs a punch that will leave readers of any age reeling.&”—School Library Journal&“Sharper in focus and more mature in style than Hinton&’s The Outsiders.&”—BooklistAn ALA Best Books for Young AdultsA School Library Journal Best Books of the Year

Rumpelstiltskin: Hopscotch Fairy Tales

by Peter Cottrill Anne Walter

The King is excited when he finds a poor miller's daughter can seem to spin his straw into gold, but only with the help of a strange little man. When the daughter becomes Queen, the little man wants his reward too...Hopscotch Fairy Tales retell classic fairy tales in accessible language of no more than 400 words, with bright colourful supporting illustrations by our top authors and illustrators.

Rumple Buttercup: A Story Of Bananas, Belonging And Being Yourself

by Matthew Gubler

A charming and inspiring story written and illustrated by Criminal Minds actor/director, Matthew Gray Gubler. Rumple Buttercup has five crooked teeth, three strands of hair, green skin, and his left foot is slightly bigger than his right. He is weird. Join him and Candy Corn Carl (his imaginary friend made of trash) as they learn the joy of individuality as well as the magic of belonging.

Run! (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Kindergarten)

by Kathi Ember Annie Howe

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Run, Ron

by Kersti Frigell Linda Sutton

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Run! Run!

by Kevin O'Malley Joann Vandine

Who's that running? It's the three little pigs, Red Riding Hood, and other favorite storybook characters.

Runaway Duckling (Early Reader)

by Francesca Simon Emily Bolam

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Mother Duck warns her ducklings about the dangers that lie in wait outside the gates of Potter's Barn Farm. But one little duckling is determined to go exploring...

The Runaway Mitten: A Michigan Adventure Story

by Anne Margaret Lewis

One day a little mitten decides he wants to take an extraordinary adventure across the state of Michigan. His mother, ever watchful of her sweet little mitten, wants to help prepare him for his journey around the mitten state! The little Michigan mitten is going to start his exploration by climbing to the very top of the Sleeping Bear Dunes. Then he will cross the Mackinac Bridge, journey through the Upper Peninsula, swim Lake Michigan, ferry to Mackinac Island, and paddle down the Au Sable River. There are lighthouses to explore and cherries to be eaten! Filled with Michigan facts--sand dunes reach as high as 524 feet, the Mackinac Bridge is 6. 2 miles long, and the Upper Peninsula has over 200 waterfalls!--this is a must-have for anyone who loves the mitten state. Anne Margaret Lewis and Aaron Zenz capture the best of Michigan in this sweet story of adventure and unconditional love.

The Runaway Pumpkin: A Halloween Adventure Story

by Anne Margaret Lewis

A cute little Halloween pumpkin announces that he is ready for a Halloween adventure. So he prepares to set out on the exploration of a lifetime. However, his ever watchful and caring mother wants to make sure he’s prepared before he takes that first step outside. The little pumpkin will begin his adventure on a witch’s broom, where he will fly through the skies. Next, he’ll dare to venture through the very spookiest haunted house. And to celebrate the night, he’ll dance to the "Monster Mash”! It’s scary out there on Halloween night, but his mother is packing a parachute just in case he falls, a blankie for reassurance, and his favorite monster shoes so he can boogie-woogie all night long. Whatever adventures he has, he is sure to be prepared. Halloween isn’t so scary when you have a mother pumpkin making sure you’re ready for whatever frights might come your way!

The Runaway Santa: A Christmas Adventure Story

by Anne Margaret Lewis

Once there was a jolly Santa who wanted to leave the North Pole on a worldwide vacation! He decides he wants to visit Mount Rushmore and see the stone faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. Then he’ll ski the silky slopes of the Swiss Alps. And after that, he’ll ride an elephant in South Africa on a safari. Santa is eager for a new adventure, but Mrs. Claus isn’t so sure he’s ready just yet. Before he takes off, she’s going to make sure he’s got his rock climbing gear. And his skis, and his hat. He must be ready! It isn’t long before Santa realizes that maybe his adventure would be more fun with a friend. Mrs. Claus is clearly an expert adventurer herself, and so the two take off together on a runaway adventure. They have a little time before Christmas, after all, and everybody needs a break sometimes!

Running for Mortals: A Commonsense Plan for Changing Your Life With Running

by John Bingham Jenny Hadfield

The authors of Marathoning for Mortals - John "The Penguin" Bingham and Coach Jenny Hadfield, MA, CPT - now show beginning runners how to fit running into their lifestyle easilyYou don't have to run fast or competitively to reap the rewards that running has to offer. What you do need is the courage to start. That is the "Penguin mantra" that has enabled John Bingham—through his best-selling book No Need for Speed, his popular monthly column for Runner's World magazine, and his many appearances at major running events throughout the year—to inspire thousands of men and women to take up the sport for fitness and the sheer enjoyment that running brings them.By teaming up with coach Jenny Hadfield, his wife and coauthor on Marathoning for Mortals, Bingham lays out strategies that will help readers to safely and effortlessly integrate runs into their busy schedules. In this book, backed by Runner's World, the authority of America's leading running magazine, the authors provide tips for getting started, sticking to a routine, eating for energy, hydration, and training for speed and endurance.

Running Records For Classroom Teachers

by Marie M. Clay

What can we notice children doing as they read a simple story? What are they looking at? How do they know when they have lost the message? What do they do about it? Running Records for Classroom Teachers introduces key ideas about using Running records and shows how to take, score, and interpret reliable records.

Rural China: Economic and Social Change in the Late Twentieth Century (Studies On Ethnic Groups In China Ser.)

by Thomas Heberer Jie Fan Wolfgang Taubmann

This book reports the findings of two field studies conducted between 1993 and 2001 in seven townships and six provinces in China. The authors describe the process of rural urbanization and its related economic, social, and political changes by focusing mainly on the zhen (town), in addition to administrative offices and companies involved in the local economy, and village committees. The authors show that the social changes resulting from China's economic reforms are occurring mainly from below, and that this process is also resulting in a weakening of the economic and political dominance of the central government. Other changes discussed in this study include the development of new ownership structures and the increasing dominance of the private sector; a shift in the functions of administrative offices as the bureaucracy becomes increasingly business oriented; the rise of a new local elite; a rebirth of traditional social structures (clans, local associations); and the emergence of new interest groups and institutions to represent their needs.

Russell Is Extra Special: A Book About Autism for Children

by Charles A. Amenta

For ages 4-8. Explaining autism to children can be a difficult task. This heart-warming portrayal of an autistic boy and his family will help children and their parents understand this serious developmental disorder. An introduction for parents and a list of resources supply further information. In addition, as they enjoy and identify with the family photographs so similar to their own, children will develop greater sympathy for those who may be different from themselves.

Ruth Objects: The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Big Words)

by Doreen Rappaport

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a trailblazer. A fighter. And a public servant who has dedicated her life to the pursuit of equality.When Ruth was a young girl, her mother encouraged her to read, be independent, and stand up for what she thought was right. Ruth graduated first in her class at Cornell University and tied for top of her graduating class at Columbia Law School. But she faced prejudice as both a woman and a Jew, making it difficult to get a job. Ruth eventually found work as a law clerk, and her determination, diligence, and skill led to a distinguished career as a lawyer. In 1993, she became the second woman ever appointed to the United States Supreme Court. As a Supreme Court justice, Ruth has inspired fierce admiration and faced fervent opposition for her judgments in high-profile cases, many of which have involved discrimination. She has been lauded for her sharp wit and boldness, even when her opinions differ from that of the majority.As a student, teacher, lawyer, and judge, Ruth often experienced unfair treatment. But she persisted, becoming a cultural icon, championing equality in pay and opportunity. Her brilliant mind, compelling arguments, and staunch commitment to truth and justice have convinced many to stand with her, and her fight continues to this day.This installment of the award-winning Big Words series brings a legendary figure into focus with Doreen Rappaport's incisive prose combined with Ruth's own words. Eric Velasquez's dynamic illustrations infuse every scene with life in a moving tribute that will inspire young justice seekers everywhere.

S.E. Hinton Classic Collection: Rumble Fish, Some of Tim's Storie, Taming the Star Runner, and Tex

by S.E. Hinton

One of the world&’s most popular young adult authors, S.E. Hinton&’s novels have been passed down for generations, inspiring readers of all ages. Now, new readers can discover Hinton&’s deeply engaging novels for the first time, and longtime fans can build their collections with a bundle of four of her most entertaining titles. In RUMBLE FISH, two brothers discover how the bond of blood can be as tight as a noose. In TAMING THE STAR RUNNER, a horse provides the opportunity for escape to a troubled young writer. In TEX, a boy goes looking for trouble and might find redemption instead. And in SOME OF TIM'S STORIES, a bartender recounts the story of two lives torn apart by tragedy. Unforgettable, searing, powerful, told in Hinton&’s indelible voice, these four works by a master of craft feature characters who will live on in your imagination long after you finish.

S.P.I.R.E. Workbook Level 1

by Sheila Clark-Edmands

A multisensory reading system for struggling readers. Lessons balance visual, auditory, and kinesthetic modalities to improve memory and learning. Features include more decodable text than any other program.

Sad Hen

by Gary Phillips Amy Helfer

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Sadlier Math: [Grade K]

by Allan E. Bellman Catherine D. LeTourneau Jill A. Perry

Sadlier Math, [Grade K], Volume Two

Sadlier Math, [Grade K], Test Booklet

by Sadlier

Sadlier Math, [Grade K], Test Booklet

Sadlier Math, [Grade K], Volume One

by Allan E. Bellman Catherine D. LeTourneau Jill A. Perry

Sadlier Math, [Grade K], Volume One

Salamander Frog and Polliwog What Is an Amphibian: What Is An Amphibian? (Animal Groups Are Categorical)

by Brian Cleary

This book introduces the child to various amphibians, their anatomy and their habitat.

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