Be a Maker

How many things can you make in a day? A tower, a friend, a change? Rhyme, repetition, and a few seemingly straightforward questions engage young readers in a discussion about the...

Help, Please!

Zoe needs help! It's difficult for her to tie her shoes, get her breakfast, and other morning tasks—so she asks her father for help. Pairs with the nonfiction title Asking for...

Being Mindful

When children experience difficult feelings, show them how they can help themselves feel better by pausing and being mindful in the moment. Pairs with the fiction title Isaac's...

Dev Makes a Card

Dev demonstrates leadership for his classmates by showing them how to fold, glue, and draw during an art activity to make cards. Pairs with the nonfiction title Leading Others.

Crime Scene Investigators

Crime scene investigators walk past the yellow tape with one mission: to figure out what happened. Discover what it takes to be an investigator and learn about the investigation...

The Upside-Down Boy and the Israeli Prime Minister

Daniel likes to do things backwards and upside down. He walks on his hands, walks backwards, and eats cereal for dinner. His teacher reminds him that when he visits the Prime...

The Story of Ice Cream It Starts with Milk

How does milk become delicious ice cream? A farmer milks cows. The milk is mixed and heated. Next a worker adds flavors. The mix gets cold. Watch what happens step by step as ice...

A Good Nut

A clever squirrel hunts for nuts in its woodland home. Pair this fiction story featuring charming illustrations and simple text with its nonfiction companion book, Little Woodland...

Apple Seeds

Where do apples come from? Look at an apple seed, tree, blossom, and finally fruit. Pair this nonfiction title with its illustrated fiction companion book, Emily's Pumpkin.

Look at the Rain

What do you see when it rains? You might notice clouds, umbrellas, puddles, mud, and maybe even a rainbow. Pair this photo-illustrated nonfiction book with its fiction companion,...

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