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Texas Assessment Preparation, Grade 5 (Into Reading)

by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company

NIMAC-sourced textbook. TEKS-based instruction in fiction, drama, poetry, exposition, literary nonfiction, and persuasion. Assessment practice in reading, writing, revising, and editing.

Texas Assessment Preparation, Grade 6

by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Texas Assessment Preparation [Grade 7] (Into Reading)

by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company

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Texas Assessment Preparation [Grade 8] (Into Reading)

by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company

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Thanksgiving Day (Into Reading, Level D #56)

by Cadie Buckholdt

The first Thanksgiving was a big feast. Now people do many things on Thanksgiving Day. What are some of them?

That's Some Sun! (Into Reading, Level P #11)

by Judy Schmauss

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The Patchwork Garden / Pedacitos de huerto (Into Reading, Read Aloud Module 8 #3)

by Oksana Kemarskaya Diane Anda

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Tonia loves to listen to her Abuela's stories about when she was a young girl. When her grandmother remembers planting a vegetable garden "on my own little square patch of land," Tonia wishes she too could have her very own garden. Their apartment building is surrounded by cement, but Abuela reminds her that it only takes a small patch of land to grow tomatoes or squash and even carrots. And soon, they have a plan! <p> First, they speak to Father Anselmo about a weed-filled lot behind the church. He likes the idea of beautiful green plants instead of weeds, and fresh vegetables sound delicious too! With help from her family, Tonia yanks out the weeds and plants rows of vegetables. Each day after school, she and Abuela water the seedlings and pull out weeds that have sneaked in between the plants. In a few weeks, "the garden was green with lacy carrot tops in a row, vines of squash curling on the ground and bushy green tomato plants." <p> Tonia loves the garden, but feels sad for all the children who walk by and wish they had a garden of their very own, too. Then her grandmother's quilt gives Tonia an idea. Together they find little plots of land all around the neighborhood for the other children, and soon the community is full of small garden patches that remind Tonia of Abuela's patchwork quilt. <p> With brightly hued illustrations that depict a cityscape full of multiple generations working towards a common goal, children ages 7-10 will be inspired to plant and perhaps even eat!-their own vegetables after reading this charming bilingual picture book.

Thea and the Think-It-Arium (Into Reading, Level S #28)

by Cameron Macintosh Giulia Rivolta

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Thea has always wanted a goldfish, so she is very excited when her brother tells her about think-it-ariums. Wearing a headset, a person can imagine what they want to see in the fish tank, and then it appears! But when Thea's imagined creatures get hungry for peanuts, the think-it-arium doesn't seem so fun anymore. Can Thea un-think the creatures before it's too late?

Thea y el piensacuario (¡Arriba la Lectura! Level S #28)

by Cameron Macintosh Giulia Rivolta

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Thea siempre quiso tener un pececito, así que se entusiasma cuando su hermano le habla de los piensacuarios. Con un par de auriculares puestos, te imaginas lo que quieres ver en la pecera y luego ¡aparece! Pero cuando las criaturas que se imagina Thea comienzan a tener ganas de comer cacahuates, el piensacuario ya no parece tan divertido. ¿Podrá Thea desimaginar las criaturas antes de que sea demasiado tarde?

There Are Things I Don't Know (Rigby Leveled Library, Level Q #68)

by John Manos Susan Aiello

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These Are the Hands: A Tale of Water Restoration (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 5)

by Elizabeth Rusch

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They Called Him Mr. Bones (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 4)

by Giorgio Bacchin Leslie Budnick

Digger of Dinosaurs Barnum Brown spent his life digging up old bones. You might even recognize some of his famous discoveries. NIMAC-sourced textbook

They Fought for Justice (Into Reading, Level S #61)

by Jill McDougall

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Throughout history, many individuals have fought for justice and equality. The six people in this book are remarkable examples of people who fought for what is right. Through their courage, leadership, and self-sacrifice, they improved the lives of millions of people. Today, their stories continue to inspire others to work toward a fairer world.

This is My Family (Into Reading, Level D #11)

by Betty Kwong-Lee Chi Chung

Jen has a father, a mother, a grandfather, a grandmother, and a sister. Do you want to meet them?

Three Hairs of a Lion: A Tale from Ethiopia / Fostering Trust (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 5)

by Jill Rubalcaba Renato Alarcao Josh Brunet Will Singh

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Thunder Phobia (Into Reading, Level T #69)

by Heather Hammonds Karen Erasmus

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Tic, toc, mira el reloj (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level C #2)

by Jackie Urbanovic Lisa Trumbauer

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Tick, Tock, Check the Clock! (Into Reading, Level C #2)

by Jackie Urbanovic Lisa Trumbauer

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El tiempo y los animales (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level C #56)

by Melissa Burke

NIMAC-sourced textbook. ¿Qué hacen los animales cuando llueve, nieva y sopla el viento? ¡Lee y lo sabrás!

El tiempo y los relojes (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level R #15)

by Debbie Croft

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La tienda de curiosidades del señor Wu (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level R #50)

by Margaret Su Aleksey Ivanov Olga Ivanov

Sofía acaba de mudarse a una nueva ciudad y se encuentra triste y sola… hasta que entra a una tienda de antigüedades. Ahí, Sofía inicia un viaje que le ayuda a descubrir quién es y los motivos que tiene para estar agradecida con la vida. NIMAC-sourced textbook

¡Tiene agua! (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level A #16)

by David Bauer Joanne Hardesty

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Time and Clocks (Into Reading, Level S #15)

by Debbie Croft

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> You might often ask, 'What time is it?'—but you probably don't ask, 'Time, what is it?' Time is the way we measure the passing of one moment to the next. Early clocks measured the passing of sand through an hourglass or the melting of wax on a candlestick. Later on, clocks and clock towers were built as monuments in large cities.

Time to Go (Rigby Leveled Library, Level D #67)

by Ann Iosa Andrea Almada

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A Time to Remember (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading)

by Dana Catharine

NIMAC-sourced textbook. A Family Fiesta. In Mexico, families honor and remember departed loved ones by celebrating their lives. It's a party—at the cemetery!

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