Young readers are fascinated by vehicles of all kinds! Bobbie Kalman's new series, written at a second-grade level, gives children information about their favorites. Each page includes large, brightly colored images. Children will race to get their hands on these books!
Ages 8 to 14 years. This series tells the extraordinary stories of how seemingly ordinary foods and products get into our hands. Each biography follows the journey and history of each product from the county of origin and explains how it is created and processed for our use. Set includes: Biography of Bananas; Biography of Chocolate; Biography of Coffee; Biography of Corn; Biography of Cotton; Biography of Potatoes; Biography of Rice; Biography of Rubber; Biography of Silk; Biography of Spices; Biography of Sugar; Biography of Tea; Biography of Tobacco; Biography of Tomatoes; Biography of Vanilla; Biography of Wheat; Biography of Wool.
Ages 7 to 10 years. This series introduces young readers to countries in North America. Each book contains maps, photographs, the history and geography of the country, its people, regions, cities, and wildlife. The books also show the holidays, celebrations, and symbols of each country. Set includes: Spotlight on Canada; Spotlight on Mexico; Spotlight on the United States of America.
Soil is second only to oceans as the most important living area on planet Earth. This amazing series goes under ground to show children how soil is as important as the atmosphere in sustaining life on Earth and keeping global warming under control. Kid-friendly examples and fun activities help young readers understand complex processes.