Caring for the Environment

We want the world we live in to be clean and healthy. That's why caring for the environment is an important part of being a responsible citizen. In this title, simple text and...

Bee or Wasp?

Buzz! A black and yellow insect flies past! Is it a wasp ready to attack, or friendly bee searching for flowers? Young readers will find out how to tell bees and wasps apart using...

Turtle or Tortoise?

All tortoises are turtles, but what sets tortoises apart from their fellow family members? Side-by side-comparisons and clear photos take young learners through various physical...

Voting

Voting is the key to democracy. It is how we make our voices heard. In this low-level text, young readers will learn about the importance of casting a ballot and the consequences...

Emu or Ostrich?

What bird has a large body and a long neck, but cannot fly? It is an emu! Or is it an ostrich? These birds may seem similar, but they are unique in many ways. Lively images,...

Vice President

The vice president is second-in-command to the president of the United States! This important leader has many duties, including taking over the role of the president! In this...

Beaver or Muskrat?

Long teeth, brown fur, and a home made of logs and sticks--it must be a beaver! Or could it be a muskrat? In this title, young readers will learn how to spot the differences...

Wolf or Coyote?

Who is that howling from deep in the woods? Wolves and coyotes might have similar calls, but they have several differences! This engaging title uses simple text, clear photos, and...

Cheetah or Leopard?

Many big cats have patterned coats, but what is the difference between a cheetah’s spots and a leopard’s rosettes? In this low-level text, bright photos and side-by-side...

Seal or Sea Lion?

Look at that sea lion swim! Or is that a seal? Seals and sea lions look similar. But there are many traits that make each of these animals unique! This title introduces young...

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