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How do they happen? What causes them? This nonfiction book, The Trembling Earth, will answer these questions and so much more. Includes a glossary for the bold-faced vocabulary words, reading activities, an index of terms, and an answer key.
The Reader Have you ever wondered about earthquakes or tsunamis? The selected science topics correspond to the most popular science topics currently being taught at each grade level. The high-interest, informational text is leveled to the respected Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading leveling system to ensure a young reader's success. Get A Copy. More Details Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Trembling Earth , please sign up.
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Second-grade kids will love this graphic novel! As a homeschooling mom, when teaching my children to read, I skipped the beginning readers and headed straight for easy chapter books that were interesting and well written with a slightly challenging vocabulary. Kids dont want to read books with dumb-downed language. It bores them. Thanks for including the Mermaid Tales series, where you can have fun reading and learn about the ocean. For all my book recommendations, visit: Best Books for 7-Year Olds. Books for 5- and 6- year olds Books for 7-year olds Books for 8-year olds Books for 9-year olds Books for year olds Books for year olds Books for […].
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Tag and friends must keep the Firehawk, Blaze, safe. This easy chapter book introduces kids to epic fantasy stories with the theme of good vs. This is a sweet story for animal lovers! My kids read them all more than once — we highly recommend this series, especially for around age 7. Good Dog, McTavish by Meg Rosoff, illustrated by Grace Easton I adore this endearing story about a family in chaos and the dog and youngest sibling who fixes everything.
The writing is brilliant with subtle, rye humor. Betty chooses McTavish the dog at a shelter or does McTavish choose them? Right away, he gets to work organizing the family which… takes plans and more plans. The story includes lots of illustrations, fabulous vocabulary words explained and repeated that perfectly fit the story such as regicide, and a kid-powered plot. I love the bright pink text that indicates the Spanish words maybe 1 or 2 a page. Illustrations are fun, capturing the emotions and action perfectamente. Stink gets to sleep over at the aquarium. I like that kids can easily relate to the characters in the story, as well as the setting.
Of course, the Peter H. Reynolds illustrations are ah-mazing as always. Sweet stories that will interest your kids who love animals and mysteries!
Get excited about words! These short, entertaining stories about a boy and his cat contain challenging vocabulary words in context. I love that! Seabold lives on a boat all alone.
Until one day a storm shipwrecks him at the lighthouse. Kind characters and a cozy family theme with a gentle adventure make this a wholesome reading choice.
Bad Guys is such a hysterical book! Wolf invites other bad guys to a meeting with hopes they will join him in being good.
Lots of drawings and minimal text make this a sure-bet for first and second-grade readers who like irony and humor. Not to worry.
Miss Mallard is the duck for the job. She follows the clues in order to capture the sneaky treasure hunter. Hilo remembers an evil monster robot, and that he is a robot meant to protect his world from the bad robots — but those robots have followed Hilo to Earth. The subsequent books in the series are just as realistic and well-written. I highly recommend this series! Captain Awesome, comic-book and superhero fan, save the town from villains without revealing his secret identity?
Totally funny — and a great action-packed adventure. Jasmine is so jealous that the older kids in her family have important jobs on the mochi making day — she wants to do what the older boys and men are doing, pound the mochi rice. Her understanding father figures out a way for Jasmine to join in. Hilarious — and weird and kooky and very creative!
If you like silly stories, this book is for you! It pairs two of the most unlikely of traveling companions together— a worm and a bird. His advice is clearly well earned since he knows just what will happen if he does those things. Musnter bends over. And so on. Parker Bell and the Science of Friendship by Cynthia Platt, illustrated by Rea Zhai Parker loves science and hopes she and her team will win a medal in the science competition. Even better is the message of friendship.
In this first book, Finn and Molly go to Colorado. Book two takes place in New York City. Yes, it sounds like the Magic Tree House but with a camper and in the present day. Finally, Edward hears from his uncle who suggests feeding the dragon chocolate. Will the chocolate work? She has some trouble with making things herself gigantic and other things the birthday party kids small. Hilarious, wacky, and totally enjoyable. The hapless and greedy director sends off his students in order for them to kill the dragons and steal their gold for the director.
Perfect for second grade 7- year old humor. In this silly story, Amelia looks for ways to earn money for a new bicycle. Friends and kid detectives, Jerry and Maya, go undercover in a jewelry store to figure out which of the three employees is stealing diamonds from the owner.