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The Moon Festival (Into Reading, Level N #66)

by Paul Könye Julie Haydon

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Uncle Han took me and my cousin Oliver to the Moon Festival yesterday. We ate moon cakes, decorated lanterns and even saw some fireworks. It was a very exciting day.

Morbid Medicine and Miracle Cures (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading)

by Christine Stevens

NIMAC-sourced textbook. Searching for Cures. Flesh-eating maggots. Saliva from the vampire bat. Powder from the rhino horn. And a parasite that fights cancer. Sick people will try anything if it offers a chance at survival. Modern science helps us evaluate some bizarre medical practices from the past and present to determine which cures work—and why.

More, More, More: How Supermarkets Get Shoppers to Buy More (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 6)

by Marie Spencer

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More Than Just a Game: How a Board Game Saved Lives (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 6)

by Corey Flannigan

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More Water, Please! Animals in Dry Places (Into Reading, Level Q #26)

by Jack Lantz

NIMAC-sourced textbook. Did you know that snakehead fish can walk on land in search of water? Learn how snakehead fish, desert frogs, and other animals can live in very dry places. You will be amazed!

Motorcycle Queen: The Story of Bessie Stringfield (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading)

by Jonathan Bartlett Joan Nichols

NIMAC-sourced textbook. Vrrroooommmm! Meet Bessie Stringfield, the pioneering black female motorcyclist who paved the way for all women to ride.

Mount St. Helens: A Mountain Explodes (Into Reading, Level C #83)

by Gary Miller

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Movie Mayhem (Into Reading, Level V #39)

by Marg McAlister Wayne Bryant

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Moving On (Into Reading, Level T #37)

by Meredith Thomas Dawn McMillan

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Tess and her brother, Nathan, have had to learn new ways of being a family since their parents got divorced. Now, Tess has to deal with a difficult new girl in her class, and Dad has news that could change everything.

Moving Planets (Into Reading, Benchmark 3-6, Level N #5)

by Sean O'Neill Jillian Powell

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Mr. Jacobi Helps Out (Into Reading, Level Q #11)

by Diana Noonan Cheryl Orsini

NIMAC-sourced textbook. Our school really needs new sports equipment, so we all decide to have a big garage sale to raise some money. My neighbor Mr. Jacobi says he will be able to help. But all he has is one big apple tree. How will that help at the garage sale?

Mr. Kean's Garden (Into Reading, Level O #21)

by Ann Weil Scott Goto

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Remember to mix ashes in with the dirt when you're planting potatoes! That can't be right, can it? This is one of the things that Josela and Alberto must find out when an unfortunate accident puts them in charge of Mr. Kean's garden.

Mr. Lawson Proves His Point (Into Reading, Level T #83)

by Pamela Rushby Nathalie Ortega

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Mr. Wu's Shop of Curiosities (Into Reading, Level T #50)

by Margaret Su Aleksey Ivanov Olga Ivanov

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Sophia has just moved to a new town and finds herself unhappy and lonely … that is, until she wanders into a small antique shop. In Mr. Wu's shop, Sophia begins a journey to discover who she is and what she has in life to be thankful for.

Ms. Higgs Starts School (Into Reading, Level J #27)

by Carmel Reilly Beth Norling

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A Much Better Billy (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 5)

by David Neilsen Yaniv Shimony

A Brilliant Idea Billy is a genius. He builds a robot "brother" who can do homework, mow the lawn, and do all the boring things he doesn't want to do. At first, everything goes just great. But then … NIMAC-sourced textbook

Muchas casas (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level B #38)

by Jane Hearn

Las casas se hacen con distintos tipos de cosas. Mira las casas en este libro y lee de qué están hechas. NIMAC-sourced textbook

Muchos trabajos (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level J #24)

by Abby Jackson

Existen muchos tipos de empleo. En algunos se ofrecen servicios y en otros se fabrican bienes. Aprende sobre algunos trabajos. NIMAC-sourced textbook

Mudslide (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 6)

by Jill Rubalcaba Matthew Southworth

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The Mumblefossick (Rigby Leveled Library, Level Q #84)

by Simon Scales Quentin Flynn

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El mumblefossick (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level Q #84)

by Simon Scales Quentin Flynn

NIMAC-sourced textbook. Cuando se apagan las luces en la juguetería, una criatura solitaria empieza a buscar algo importante que perdió hace muchos años. Mientras tanto, descubre algo de sí mismo y conoce a alguien que le enseña que hay otra manera de ayudar a quienes la rodean.

El mundo del agua (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Leveled Reader Benchmark K-2, Level F #6)

by Ellen Catala Diana Delosh

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El mundo secreto de los códigos (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level V #73)

by John Parsons

Durante miles de años, los seres humanos han usado códigos para comunicarse. Desde códigos visuales a códigos de escritura y códigos cifrados, todos han servido para transmitir mensajes secretos. Pero ¿sabías que los idiomas que lees y escribes también son códigos? Conoce cómo se han usado a lo largo del tiempo las letras, los números y los dibujos para la comunicación. NIMAC-sourced textbook

Museum Adventures (Into Reading, Level N #14)

by Gabriel Berman Ronald Lipking

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Music Comes in All Sizes (Into Reading, Benchmark 3-6, Level M #4)

by Alan Fraser Beata Szpura

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