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The Magic School Bus at the Waterworks (The Magic School Bus Ser.)

by Joanna Cole Bruce Degen

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A sembrar sopa de verduras (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Big Book Unit 3 #8)

by Lois Ehlert

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Educating Arthur [Grade 3]: Soar to Success Student Book, Level 3, Wk 2 (Houghton Mifflin Reading: Intervention)

by Amanda Graham Donna Gynell

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Holt Elements of Literature, Perspectives in Multicultural Literature

by Amy Tan Sandra Cisneros Martin Luther King Jr.

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If You Were There When They Signed the Constitution (If You Ser.)

by Joan Holub Elizabeth Levy

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United States History

by Herman J. Viola Sarah Witham Bednarz Cheryl Jennings Carlos Cortés Charles White Mark Schug

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Exploring the Titanic

by Robert D. Ballard Ken Marschall Patrick Crean

Tells the tragic and fascinating story of the unsinkable liner that disappeared without trace after hitting an iceberg on its maiden voyage. Laying unexplored for more than 70 years, the Titanic was discovered by Doctor Robert Ballard.

Higher Level Biology

by Alan Damon Randy Mcgonegal Patricia Tosto William Ward

Completely revised new edition of the market-leading Biology textbook for HL, written for the new 2014 Science IB Diploma curriculum. Now with an accompanying four-year student access to an enhanced eText, containing simulations, animations, worked solutions, videos and much more. The enhanced eText is also available to buy separately and works on desktops and tablets. Follows the organizational structure of the new Biology guide, with a focus on the Essential Ideas, Understanding, Applications & Skills for complete syllabus-matching. Written by the highly experienced IB author team of Alan Damon, Randy McGonegal, Patricia Tosto and William Ward, you can be confident that you and your students have all the resources you will need for the new Biology curriculum. Features: * Nature of Science and ToK boxes throughout the text ensure an embedding of these core considerations and promote concept-based learning. * Applications of the subject through everyday examples are described in utilization boxes, as well as brief descriptions of related industries, to help highlight the relevance and context of what is being learned. * Differentiation is offered in the Challenge Yourself exercises and activities, along with guidance and support for laboratory work on the page and online. * Exam-style assessment opportunities are provided from real past papers, along with hints for success in the exams, and guidance on how to avoid common pitfalls. * Clear links are made to the Learner profile and the IB core values.

The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush (Into Reading, Read Aloud Module 8 #2)

by Tomie DePaola

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> In spring, the hills and meadows of Texas and Wyoming are ablaze with the reds, oranges, and yellows of the Indian Paintbrush. How this striking plant received its name is told in an old Indian legend. Many years ago, when the People traveled the Plains, a young Indian boy had a Dream-Vision in which it was revealed that one day he would create a painting that was as pure as the colors of the evening sky at sunset. The boy grew up to become the painter of the tribe, but although he found a pure white buckskin for a canvas and made paints from the brightest flowers and the reddest berries, he could not capture the sunset. <p> How the young Indian artist finally fulfills his Dream-Vision is lovingly told and illustrated by Tomie dePaola, in words and pictures that capture the spirit and beauty of this dramatic legend.

La leyenda del pincel indio (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Read Aloud Module 8 #2)

by Tomie DePaola

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Caps, Hats, Socks, and Mittens: A Book About the Four Seasons

by Louise Borden Lillian Hoban

Borden takes children around the calendar and introduces them to the uniqueness of each season . . . Ebullient. --Booklist.

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

by John Archambault Lois Ehlert Bill Martin Jr.

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Favorite Greek Myths

by Mary Pope Osborne Troy Howell

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Is Your Mama A Llama?

by Steven Kellogg Deborah Guarino

With the clever rhyming text of this book, readers will learn to identify many animals as they follow a baby llama in search of its mother. Text copyright 2004 Lectorum Publications, Inc.

The Lost Lake [Grade 4]

by Allen Say

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The Mitten: A Ukrainian Folktale

by Jan Brett

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You Wouldn't Want to Live in Pompeii: A Volcanic Eruption You'd Rather Avoid

by John Malam David Antram David Salariya Stephen Haynes

It's not so bad being a slave in ancient Pompeii. Your owners treat you well and youlive in a thriving city. But what's up with the dead fish floating in the river and thegas smell escaping from the ground? You better say your prayers, because whenMount Vesuvius blows its top, no one will be spared!

El alegre abecedario (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Big Book Unit 3 #9)

by Alma Ada Vivi Escrivá

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Fossils Tell Of Long Ago [Grade 3]

by Aliki

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Grandfather Tang's Story: A Tale Told with Tangrams

by Robert Andrew Parker Ann Tompert

Drawing on a Chinese form of storytelling with seven shapes cut from a square of paper, Tompert recounts the tale of two fox fairies. Parker's pen-and-watercolor art adds drama, while the tangram insets will motivate children to try their own versions. --The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books.

The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale Of The Amazon Rain Forest (Literature Units Ser.literature Units)

by Lynne Cherry

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The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale Of The Amazon Rain Forest (Into Reading, Trade Book #9)

by Lynne Cherry

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> The author and artist Lynne Cherry journeyed deep into the rain forests of Brazil to write and illustrate her gorgeous picture book The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest (1990). One day, a man exhausts himself trying to chop down a giant kapok tree. While he sleeps, the forest’s residents, including a child from the Yanomamo tribe, whisper in his ear about the importance of trees and how "all living things depend on one another" . . . and it works. Cherry’s lovingly rendered colored pencil and watercolor drawings of all the "wondrous and rare animals" evoke the lush rain forests, as well as stunning world maps bordered by tree porcupines, emerald tree boas, and dozens more fascinating creatures.

It's a Good Thing There are Insects

by Allan Fowler Jeffrey L. Rotman Valan

From friendly dolphins to giant pandas, from icebergs and glaciers to energy from the sun, from magnets to solids, liquids, and gases, Rookie Read-About Science is a natural addition to the primary-grade classroom with books that cover every part of the science curricula. Includes: animals, nature, scientific principles, the environment, weather, and much more!

Just a Dream (Into Reading, Trade Book #1)

by Chris Allsburg

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