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Our World Readers, Big Books and Story Time DVDs

Bring storytelling into the classroom What’s in My Classroom? Level 1

Our World Readers

King Midas

6 levels

and His Golden Touch

Facts About Gold

A Myth from Greece

9 full-colour Readers per level 18 Big Books for levels 1 and 2

Retold by Anna Olivia What Is Gold? Gold is a very valuable, shiny metal which is usually yellow in colour. It is one of the first metals people knew and used. It is believed that gold was first used in the Middle East, where the first known civilisations began. The first gold objects date back more than 6 000 years.

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Young Cú Chulainn: Athlete and Future Warrior Based on a folk tale from Ireland

Gold, which was found in streams, became highly valued in human cultures around the word. It has been found in tombs and with artefacts that date back to the earliest civilisations. Countries around the world used it as money for hundreds of years. Egyptians used gold as money as early as 1 500 B.C.

Odon and the Tiny Creatures Based on a folk tale from the Philippines

Advertising Techniques: Do You Buy It?

The Readers are original stories, folk tales, myths and non-fiction from around the world. King Midas and His Golden Touch A myth from Greece

How Quetzalcoatl Brought Chocolate to the People An Aztec legend

The River Dragons

The Shark King’s Cave A folk tale from Hawaii

Better Lives with Bionics The Flying Dutchman Based on a legend from Europe

A folk tale from China

The Our World Readers are fully supported by a Story Time DVD that includes all nine Readers for the level. Each Story Time DVD provides a great way to support the language covered in the Readers – and make reading fun!

Encourage reading for fun and bring storytelling into your English language-learning classroom.

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Why is Gold so Valuable? Gold is valuable for a number of reasons. Of course it is beautiful. But gold is also a very easy metal to work with. It is soft and can be melted and shaped without difficulty. Gold doesn’t rust. It is also difficult to find and there is not a large amount of it left on Earth.

How is Gold Used Today? Today, most gold is used to make jewellery. However, because gold is so easy to work with and does not rust like other metals, lots of modern uses for gold have been discovered. Gold is used in lots of electronic devices like mobile phones, computers, printers, photocopiers, televisions and calculators. Gold parts have even been used in cars, in heart surgery and on space shuttles!

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Popocatépetl and Itaccíhuatl, Level 5 Facts About Coral Reefs Not far below the surface of the ocean lie colourful, large, rock-like structures called coral reefs. Lots of kinds of fish live in coral reefs. These reefs are found in tropical ocean waters around the world. Most reefs are between 5 000 and 10 000 years old. Some began as long as 50 million years ago! What Are Coral Reefs Made Of? Coral reefs are made of thousands of tiny, tubeshaped animals called corals, or polyps. These animals are related to jellyfish but are much smaller. Most polyps are less than 2.5 centimetres (1 inch) in size. Corals get food from colourful algae, or tiny plants, that live on the coral. The algae give corals their beautiful colours, such as blue, red, yellow, orange and green.

Word Play Volcanoes

How Do Coral Reefs Form? A reef begins to form when a polyp attaches to something hard lying on the floor of the ocean. Before long, the polyp splits into thousands of other polyps. These connect to one another and form one large group of corals called a colony. These colonies grow and join together to form reefs over thousands of years.

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One of the most famous volcanic eruptionsin history happened on the Indonesian island of K Krakatau in 1883. After about 200 yea yearss of being , the Krakatau volcano suddenly exploded. The was 13 000 times more powerful than an atomic bom bomb. The sound was heard over 4 800 kilomete kilometers (3 000 miles) away. The eruption more than 36 000 people. Black clouds of from the eruption were carried by wind to places as far away as New York City.

Why Are Coral Reefs Important? Coral reefs cover less than 0.2% of the ocean floor. Yet coral reefs are home to at least 25% of all sea life on our planet! The reefs protect the sea creatures and provide them with food. But many reefs are in danger. If the reefs are not protected, more than a quarter of the original coral reef areas could be lost forever.

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Are Comets? What A are huge pieces of ice that form in outer Comets a space. Dust, pieces of rock and gases are trapped inside the ice. This ice is often called a ‘dirty snowball’. A comet’s centre, which is called a snowball kilometres (several nucleus, may be only a few kilomet miles) wide. Comets ttravel in egg-shaped orbits at far, far edges of our solar system where they the fa cannot be seen. Why Do We See Some Comets? Sometimes comets change their orbits and move closer to the sun. The sun sun’s heat melts some of the ice. Gases and dust ttrapped inside float out. large cloud around the nucleus. These form a la Some of the gases and dust form a long tail, which always points away ffrom the sun. This tail sky. glows and we can see it shining in the night sk

Pelican Flower Before its flower opens, this plant looks like a sleeping pelican. Once open, it looks beautiful. However, rr, its smell is terrible. It smells like a dead animal! But this bad smell brings flies and beetles to feed on this plant. Watermeal Plant Watermeal is the world’s smallest plant with flowers. It also produces the world’s tiniest fruit! This plant is about the size of the head of a pin and it weighs about as much as two grains of salt! This tiny plant floats on lakes and ponds. It has no roots, oots, so the side of the plant that sits in the water absorbs nutrients.

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Halley’s Comet Halley’s Comet, named after the scientist Edmund Halley, may be the most famous comet. After seeing this comet once, Halley figured out that comets travel on certain paths and that we would see Halley’s Comet every 76 years, when it is close to the sun. Scientists used a spacecraft to take pictures of the comet when it returned in 1986. The next time it will appear is 2061.

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Created by National Geographic Learning , the Our World readers are six levels of original stories, folktales, myths, and non-fiction from around the

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globe. Following the readings are fun facts and activities that bring the reading

levels of original stories, folktales, myths, and non-fiction from around the

experience together in a way that fascinates, educates, and informs.

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Created by National Geographic Learning , the Our World readers are six levels of original stories, folktales, myths, and non-fiction from around the globe. Following the readings are fun facts and activities that bring the reading experience together in a way that fascinates, educates, and informs.

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The Toys My Body, Your Body Little Red Hen is Cooking Based on a Folktale

Too Many Animals Based on a Folktale from Ukraine

The King’s New Clothes A Folktale from Denmark

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A family wants the giant turnip in their garden. They work together to pull it out of the ground. They pull and pull and pull. Will that turnip ever come out? Read !

Three little bears leave their house and go for a walk. What happens when a little girl comes into their house and discovers their food, their chairs, and their

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Read as children and animals compare parts of their bodies. Are the girl’s eyes like the frog’s? Is the boy’s mouth like the hippo’s? Is the girl’s hair like the llama’s? Read and find out! Created by National Geographic Learning , the Our World readers are six

Created by National Geographic Learning , the Our World readers are six

levels of original stories, folktales, myths, and non-fiction from around the

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globe. Following the readings are fun facts and activities that bring the reading by Jill K Korey O’Sullivan experience together in a way that fascinates, educates, and informs.

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The Three Bears A Fairy Tale

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Based on a Folktale from Ukraine

Created by National Geographic Learning , the Our World readers are six levels of original stories, folktales, myths, and non-fiction from around the globe. Following the readings are fun facts and activities that bring the reading

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What’s in My Classroom? Where Are the Animals? We All Pull

The Toys My Body, Your Body Little Red Hen is Cooking

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When a little girl leaves her room, what happens to her toys? Does her puppet stay on the shelf? Does her doll sit quietly on her bed? Or does something more interesting happen? Read and find out!

Read as children and animals compare parts of their bodies. Are the girl’s eyes like the frog’s? Is the boy’s mouth like the hippo’s? Is the girl’s hair like the llama’s? Read and find out!

Created by National Geographic Learning , the Our World readers are six

Created by National Geographic Learning , the Our World readers are six

levels of original stories, folktales, myths, and non-fiction from around the

levels of original stories, folktales, myths, and non-fiction from around the

globe. Following the readings are fun facts and activities that bring the reading

by Jill K Korey O’Sullivan

globe. Following the readings are fun facts and activities that bring the reading

experience together in a way that fascinates, educates, and informs.

experience together in a way that fascinates, educates, and informs.

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The Three Bears A Fairy Tale

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Created by National Geographic Learning , the Our World readers are six levels of original stories, folktales, myths, and non-fiction from around the globe. Following the readings are fun facts and activities that bring the reading experience together in a way that fascinates, educates, and informs.

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Read as children and animals compare what they do every day. Does the elephant take a shower like the boy does? Do the monkeys do homework like the children do? Read and find out!

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Created by National Geographic Learning , the Our World readers are six

globe. Following the readings are fun facts and activities that bring the reading

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City Mouse invites his cousin Country Mouse for a visit. Together, the mice visit some of City Mouse’s favorite places. Country Mouse likes the city. But will he want to stay?

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Four blind men are walking through the jungle. Suddenly, they hear a strange sound. What is in the forest with them? Each man guesses something different. Who is right?

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Anansi is cooking a big dinner, but he needs more food from the supermarket. He asks Turtle to go to the supermarket. Anansi promises to share his dinner with Turtle. But will he?

Tortoise exercises and eats well. Hare is lazy and eats lot of junk food. Still, Hare thinks he is faster than Tortoise, and challenges him to a race. Who will win the race?

Color and light play an important part in holiday celebrations around the world. Read about the different ways that colors and light are used in holiday costumes, parades, and decorations around the world.

On Saturday, Rabbit sees Coyote having a picnic. On Sunday,

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The Emperor gives a seed to each gardener in the village, telling the gardeners that the person who grows the most beautiful plant will become the next Emperor. Young Cheng cares for his seed, but no plant grows. How can Cheng win the contest?

Rhodopis is a good and kind servant. But the other servants treat her badly and make her do all the housework. One day, the Pharaoh invites everyone to a party. The other servants tell Rhodopis that she can’t go. Will Rhodopis meet the Pharaoh anyway?

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One morning, the animals in the jungle had an argument. Some said Elephant was the strongest animal in the jungle. Others said Hippo was the strongest. When Tortoise says that he is the strongest, the other animals laugh at him. Can Tortoise prove that he is right?

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A long time ago Tiger’s fur was all orange. But one day Tiger was tricked by a man and that trick led to Tiger’s fur getting stripes. What was the man’s trick?

There was once an unhappy princess. Her father, the king, held a concert. He promised great riches to the musician who could make his daughter smile. One man sang so beautifully that the princess smiled. But he did not want gold. He only wanted the princess’ love. Would he win it?

Long ago people told stories to explain how the universe began. The Cherokee people of North America believed that there was only a moon in the sky, with no stars to keep it company. What story did the Cherokee tell about how the Milky Way began?

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Deep in the jungles of Papa New Guinea live an amazing people called the Meakambut. They have lived on the land for generations. But today there are barely 50 Meakambut left. Read to learn about how they are trying to preserve their culture and community.

Once there were two brothers. The younger brother was poor, but happy and kind. When he took care of a hurt sparrow, it rewarded him with a seed that grew pumpkins full of treasure. The greedy and jealous older brother came up with a plan to get his own reward. But what would his reward be?

Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl are two of the highest volcanoes in Mexico. According to a Mexican myth, Popocatépetl was once an Aztec warrior and Iztaccíhuatl was his lost love. But how did they become volcanoes?

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Long ago, a powerful king named Midas lived in a place called Phyrgia. Midas had a large kingdom, a beautiful palace, and a loving daughter. But the thing Midas loved most of all was gold. One day, a god gave Midas the power to turn everything he touches into gold. But was this power a blessing, or a curse?

Long ago, only the gods had chocolate. Chocolate made them wise and strong. The gods kept the chocolate for themselves and did not share it with the people. But when one generous god decides to bring chocolate to the people, it makes the other gods very angry. Will they take chocolate away from the people?

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Arctic Whale Danger!

Happy Elephants

Monkey Party

The Future of a Village

Life on the Orinoco

In the Arctic Ocean, a baby whale goes too close to land. It cannot get back to the water. A group of whales are trapped by moving ice. They cannot get back to open water. Will the whales find safety before it is too late?

Elephants are social animals. In nature, they live happily in family groups. However, people sometimes use elephants for work or put them in zoos. What can people do to make these elephants healthy and happy? How can they stay that way?

In parts of Thailand, monkeys are important animals. They are allowed to do anything they want to do. In the town of Lopburi, the people even have a party for the monkeys every year! What kind of party do the people of Lopburi have? Why do they have it?

Essouira is a beautiful old town by the sea. Most local people are fishermen. However, the number of fish has gone down. Now, there are not as many jobs for the people. How will the fishermen make money to live? What will happen to the town?

The Orinoco River is one of the longest rivers in the world. Many lives depend on this river. Many people, animals and plants live in or near the water. However, things are changing on the Orinoco. Why? What will happen to life on the Orinoco?

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The Lost City of Machu Picchu

The Giant’s Causeway

Snow Magic!

Volcano Trek

Columbus and the New World

Machu Picchu is a beautiful old city in Peru. It was forgotten for many years, but now many people are visiting it. Some people think that too many visitors may not be good for the city. What will happen to Machu Picchu?

Along the coast of Northern Ireland, there is an unusual place called ‘The Giant’s Causeway.’ According to a local story, a big man, or ‘giant,’ made it. Scientists, however, have a di erent story. How was this unusual place made? Was there really a giant?

Snow is very important for Dan Raedeke. The success of his business depends on it. But this year, it's too warm for natural snow, and Dan needs help. He needs a little 'snow magic'! What is Dan's business? How will he get snow?

Two scientists are traveling through Ethiopia to study a very old volcano. Volcanoes can be dangerous because they have hot, melted rock inside. But they also o er important information. Will the scientists make it safely to the volcano? What will they learn there?

Christopher Columbus lived in Europe in the s. He wanted to find a new way to travel from Europe to Asia by sea. Columbus went on a long sea trip, but he didn't know what he would find. What happened to Columbus? What did he find?

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Dreamtime Painters

The Young Riders of Mongolia

Alaskan Ice Climbing

Don’t Believe Your Eyes!

The Story of the Hula

Australia’s Aboriginal culture is one of the oldest in the world. Aboriginal people have painted pictures of a story called 'Dreamtime' for years. These paintings are famous and very valuable. What is the Dreamtime story? Who are the Dreamtime painters?

Horseback riding is a very important tradition in Mongolia. Each year the people there have a race to celebrate this tradition. However, the race is a little unusual. What kind of race is it? Why is it unusual?

Many people visit Alaska to see the beautiful national parks. One group of visitors wants to fly into a national park and go skiing. However, the weather turns bad. Will the visitors be able to get to the park? What will they do there?

Camogli is a small town in Italy. People there often paint in a special style called 'trompe l’oeil.' These paintings are so good, viewers think they're real things, but they're not. They're paintings! What things are real in Camogli? What things are actually paintings?

Long ago, people in Hawaii performed a special dance called the 'hula.' Then, for more than years, the dance was not allowed. Finally, after many years, a new king returned the hula to the people. Why was the hula not allowed? What is special about the hula?

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Farley the Red Panda

Gorilla Watching Tours

Pu n Rescue!

A Disappearing World

The Knife Markets of Sanaa

At America’s San Diego Zoo, they have a new special animal. It's a red panda named ‘Farley.’ Life hasn't been easy for Farley. He's had some big problems. He also has some big changes ahead! What kind problems did Farley have? What's going to happen to him?

Long ago, Uganda’s mountain gorilla population was getting smaller. But now, the situation is improving. People are visiting the area and paying to see gorillas in their natural environment. The money is helping to keep the gorillas safe. Will it save them?

Pu ns are a kind of bird that lives in Iceland. Each year baby pu ns, or pu ings, leave their homes to find the sea. Sometimes the pu ings get lost and cannot find their way. Groups of people must rescue, or help, the pu ings. How do people rescue the pu ings?

A team of people is travelling through Africa. The team wants to photograph and document the wildlife of this beautiful part of the world. They want to do it before this beauty disappears, or goes away, forever. Will they complete their project? Can they do it safely?

Sanaa is a beautiful old city in the Middle East. In Sanaa, it is a tradition to carry beautiful knives, or tools, called ‘jambiya.’ An unusual animal called a ‘rhinoceros’ is often killed to make these knives. How can people keep their tradition and save the rhinoceros?

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A Special Kind of Neighborhood

Dinosaur Search

The Memory Man

Wild Animal Trackers

The Last of the Cheju Divers

Most cities have local areas called ‘neighborhoods.’ The Mission District is one of San Francisco’s oldest neighborhoods. Many people think it's very special because it's so multi-cultural. What makes the Mission District so multi-cultural? Why does that make it special?

Dinosaurs are animals that lived long ago. Scientists often study dinosaur ‘bones’ or the hard parts inside the body. A team of scientists looks for dinosaur parts but they’re hard to find. Will the team find bones, or something else?

Gianni Golfera can remember almost everything. Scientists want to study his mind because he can remember so much. Some think his environment improved his memory. Others think that Gianni’s memory came from his parents. Where did his great memory come from?

In Africa, there is a group of people called 'Bushmen.' These people know a lot about wild animals. However, sometimes they can’t tell others about the animals because they don't speak the same language. How can the Bushmen share what they know?

Cheju, South Korea, is known for its traditional women divers. They have long dived into the ocean to look for seafood. It’s dangerous, but there were no other jobs available. Now, women in Cheju have more choices. What jobs can they do? What will happen to the Cheju divers?

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Peruvian Weavers

Taiko Master

Cheese-Rolling Races

Making a Thai Boxing Champion

Water Sports Adventure

In the village of Chinchero, Peru, weaving is an important tradition. Weavers use animal hair to make beautiful cloth. They have always used this cloth to stay warm. However, they are now also selling it to make money. How will this a ect the local people and economy?

‘Taiko’ is a kind of Japanese drum that people hit to make music. Taiko drumming is an ancient Japanese art and it’s di cult to learn. Now, many people are practicing taiko drumming in the United States. They have a very special teacher. What makes him so special?

Many towns have special events. However, one town in England has a very unusual one. At the start, someone pushes a piece of cheese down a hill. Then, the people run after the cheese. And after that? Well, things get pretty funny! What happens?

In Thailand, boxing is an important sport. Thai boys start training to become boxers at a very young age. They all want to win and become the best; a real champion. Thai boxing o ers these boys many opportunities. Why is boxing so important? What makes a champion?

This story is about water sports in the Columbia River. Cory Roeseler lives near the river and he loves water, sports, and going fast! Roeseler also likes to make new things. What does Roeseler do with these interests? How does he go fast?

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Birds in Paradise

Night Hunt

Cambodia Animal Rescue

Butler School

Trinidad and Tobago is famous for its beautiful birds. One man has made it his life's work to study them. He’s trying to photograph all of the types of birds on the island, but there’s one special bird that’s difficult to find. Will he succeed?

In an Okavango wetlands area, a young serval cat is going out for his first night hunt. These cats catch small animals for food. However, they must be very careful. There are many larger animals that want to hunt them! Will the young serval be safe and successful?

In some areas of Cambodia, there are few people around. Because of this, people go there to catch and kill animals illegally for food or for sale. If these animals don’t get help, there will soon be none left! Who will save the animals before it’s too late?

In the past, it was popular for rich people in England to have servants, or people to help manage their homes. The most important servant was the butler. Today, there are fewer butlers, but the job is still important. What skills make a good butler? Where does one learn them?

The Adventure Capital of the World

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One Village Makes a Di erence

Killer Bees!

The Missing Snows of Kilimanjaro

Wind Power

A Real Winner

People everywhere need water for drinking, washing, and other activities. In India, there is not always enough water for everybody. Now, a group of villages is trying a di erent method to get water. Will they get the water they need? Can one village make a di erence?

The native bees of Central America are important for farmers, the rain forests, and food production. However, a new kind of ‘killer bee’ is moving in and taking over the rain forests. What will happen to the native bees? Can the killer bees be stopped?

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. It’s in a hot, tropical area, but it’s so high that it’s always covered in ice and snow. Now, this ice and snow is disappearing. Why is this happening? How is it a ecting the area around the mountain?

In windy places, some people catch the wind’s power with special equipment and use it to make energy. The schools in one area are using wind power to save energy and money. How is this energy made? Where is it all used?

Dog sledding is a popular sport in parts of the United States and Canada. It’s a challenge for most competitors. However, one racer named Rachael Scdoris faces some special challenges. What challenges does Rachael face? How does she deal with them?

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One Boy’s Journey

Living with a Volcano

Making a Deal

Dangerous Dining

Flying Pumpkins!

The Fulani are a group of people who live in Africa. Yoro is a young Fulani Boy. Before he can become a man, Yoro must make a long and difficult journey. The journey is a test for him. What challenges will Yoro meet? Will he succeed?

A volcano is a mountain with a large hole at the top. Active volcanoes can be dangerous because they can erupt, or produce very hot, melted rock. In Sicily, there are several towns near a large volcano. Why do people live in such a dangerous place? Is it safe?

There have been souks, or markets, in Middle Eastern and Arab cities for hundreds of years. People can buy food, clothes, shoes, and much more in them. But, there are no prices on the items. How are prices decided? What’s the best way to get a good price?

The puffer fish is a famous type of fish in Japan. If it’s prepared properly, it’s a safe and delicious meal. If it’s not, it can kill those who eat it. How do chefs prepare the fish correctly? What are scientists doing to protect people who eat puffer fish?

Every year, a group of people in Delaware have a pumpkin throwing contest. They use machines to throw pumpkins very far. The winner is the team that throws a pumpkin farther than anyone else! How do they throw the pumpkins? Who’s going to win?

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Blue Cows?

Cupid the Dolphin

Wild Animal Town

Mount Fuji

The Lost Temples of the Maya

Farmers in India are having a serious problem: a local animal is eating their food. However, the farmers cannot hurt the animal because it has a special name. How can a name protect an animal? What will the farmers do?

Dolphins are intelligent animals that live in the ocean. Every year thousands of dolphins swim too close to beaches by mistake and get caught. If left outside the water, they can die. This happened to a dolphin in Texas named Cupid. What happened to Cupid? Was he saved?

In the town of Kariba, Africa, people and animals live together happily. The town was built in a place where wild animals live. As long as both humans and animals obey certain rules, they can live peacefully. What are the rules in Kariba? How dangerous is it there?

Mount Fuji is a famous mountain in Japan that has become a symbol of Japanese culture. Thousands of people climb the mountain every year. Some do it to take pictures and buy gifts. Others climb it for other reasons. Why do so many people climb Mount Fuji? What kind of experience is it?

Archaeologists study old cities and buildings to learn about cultures and people. An archaeologist in Guatemala has searched for one city for twenty years. He thinks the buildings there may tell him about one of the great cultures of the world: the Maya. Will he find the lost temples of the Maya?

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The Three Rivers of Zambia

Orangutan Language

Solar Cooking

Saving the Pandas

The Olympians

Zambia, Africa, is nowhere near an ocean, but it is heavily influenced by water. Three great rivers flow through Zambia which impact the lives of the people and animals near them. How do the rivers impact life around them? How can humans protect these valuable rivers?

Orangutans are animals that are similar to humans in many ways. One similarity is their ability to communicate through language. This ability is being studied in a program at a zoo in Washington, D.C. What is the purpose of this program? How does it work?

Two people from the United States have developed an efficient and healthy way to cook using the sun. Solar cooking is good for the environment and is also extremely helpful to people in certain countries. Why is solar cooking important to some countries? How can solar cooking help save lives?

Giant Pandas are considered the national treasure of China. Unfortunately, these animals are becoming extinct. The people of China are working hard to save pandas from disappearing. Why are they becoming extinct? What are the Chinese people doing to save them?

The Olympic Games originated in ancient Greece where men from all over competed in sporting events. Over the centuries, the Olympic Games have developed and today top players from around the world compete to try and achieve their dream of winning an Olympic gold medal.

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Flora grew up in a large city in Tanzania. Then she married and moved to a small village where she and her husband hunt and farm to live. She dreams of going back to the city but doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to leave her family. Will Flora stay in the village? Will she move back to the city?

Two dentists in California treat some very special patients. Their patients are animals! Animals can develop dental problems just like humans. These dentists help them, but sometimes it can be dangerous. Have they ever been hurt by an animal? How do they treat dangerous animals?

There is a silk factory in Florence, Italy, where workers use ancient machines to create beautiful silk cloth. Other factories have modernised and use newer machines but the workers here continue to weave silk from machines that are centuries old. How is this silk made? What makes it special?

Capoeira is a Brazilian art that involves dancing and fighting. Capoeira was invented in the s and it has become a popular activity today. Capoeira is now being used to help street children in Brazil to stay away from trouble. How does it help these children? What do they learn from capoeira?

Two National Geographic explorers take an exciting and di cult trip to the Gobi Desert. When they finally get there, one explorer wants to take pictures of the desert in an interesting way. Why is it so di cult to cross the desert? How does the explorer take pictures of the Gobi?

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Beagle Patrol

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Beagles are dogs with an extremely powerful sense of smell. They often work at airports to find illegal or unsafe items. Before they can do the job, they must go through training. What does it take to be on the Beagle Patrol? What happens to dogs that don’t make it?

Most crocodiles live above ground but an unusual group of crocodiles in Africa lives underground, in caves. A team of scientists will go to Madagascar to learn more about these crocodiles. Will they find any crocodiles? What will happen if they do find a real giant cave croc?

People from around the world travel to Coober Pedy, Australia, with hopes of getting rich. This town is full of valuable stones called ‘opals.’ Some opals are worth millions, but they are extremely hard to find. What influences the value of an opal? What does it take to find them?

– B.C.) is a wellConfucius ( known person in Chinese history. He had many followers who believed in what he taught and who spread his ideas throughout the country. Confucius continues to influence many parts of Chinese life. What were his ideas? How do they still affect China today?

Several strange signs called 'crop circles' have been discovered in the fields of southern England. These mysterious circles are puzzling to everyone, even scientists. There are several theories about who – or what – made them. Could it be humans who did it? Or could it be something else?

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Tornado Chase

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Chuckwagon Racing

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Tornados are large storms that can cause huge amounts of damage and destruction. Most people run from tornados, but some researchers chase them! They want to study the storms to develop better methods for predicting them. How do they find these tornados? How do they collect their information?

Mary Lou Robertson is a young girl in Florida who has an interesting hobby; she watches birds. In fact, she loves birds so much, that at age , she’s even writing a children’s book about them. Why does Mary Lou love birds so much? How did she write a book at such a young age?

In Japan, a young woman named Umechika dreams of becoming a geisha and has left home to follow her dream. This mysterious Japanese profession requires years of di cult training. What happens during the training of a geisha? Why does Umechika want to be one?

cowboys and Every year, over cowgirls gather in western Canada. They want to test their rodeo skills at the famous Calgary Stampede. This year, two cowboys intend to win one of the most exciting—and dangerous—events: chuckwagon racing! Which cowboy will win? Will he do it safely?

In Brazil, a man has discovered a new way of saving, or rescuing, people from drowning in the ocean. This new rescue method involves a person using a motor-powered aircraft to work with lifeguards on the beach. How do these people work together? Is this an e ective way of saving lives?

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Polar Bears in Trouble

Cheetahs in Focus

The Black Diamonds of Provence

Shark Alley

Aquarium on Wheels

Polar bears are some of the largest and most dangerous hunters in the cold regions of the North. Their bodies are built for winter and they do best in the coldest areas. Unfortunately, polar bears are becoming threatened due to changes in the world’s climate. How does global warming affect polar bears? What must be done to save them?

A National Geographic team in Botswana sets out on the difficult task of filming one of the most beautiful creatures on earth; the cheetah. Cheetahs are presently endangered and the team’s goal is to show how important these animals are through photographs.

In France, some people earn money by selling a special food called a ‘truffle.’ Truffles can be found in the woods; however they are very rare and expensive. That’s why they are sometimes called ‘black diamonds.’ What is this unusual food, and why is it so expensive?

In Shark Alley, South Africa, people often go underwater in protected environments to watch great white sharks in their natural surroundings. Some people believe that this makes the sharks more violent, others feel there is no change in behaviour. Two researchers want to find the truth. How do they study the sharks? What do they find out?

People often visit aquariums to see sea creatures in their natural environment, but in Baltimore, a local program brings aquarium exhibits to people. Local teenagers travel to schools and libraries to educate children about sea life and conservation. How do people react to Aquarium on Wheels? What do the teenagers learn from their work?

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How’s the Weather?

A Chinese Artist in Harlem

The Gauchos of Argentina

The Great Kite Fight

Extreme Skydiving

The weather on Earth is always changing. One day it’s cloudy, the next day it’s sunny, and the day after that—who knows? Meteorologists are scientists that can predict the weather. But how do they do it? What causes these changes in the weather?

Ming is an artist from China who now lives and works in New York City. He teaches children in the public school system how to draw and paint. However, he also teaches them something else that’s very important. What does Ming teach the children and why is it so important?

In Argentina, there is a group of men who live unique lives; the lives of gauchos. This special type of cowboy has been continuing the old traditions for centuries. What type of lifestyle do these men have and what does it mean to be a gaucho?

Every year, the city of Shirone, Japan, goes ‘kite crazy’ during a fiveday local festival. In this highly competitive contest, teams fly kites and fight to force each other’s kites from the sky. This tradition began years ago and people of all ages still enjoy the celebration. How do teams fight with kites? What does it take to win?

Most people enjoy the sport of skydiving because they get to fall at extremely high speeds, but some people want to go even faster. One man is even experimenting with various methods of increasing his speed. What is he doing to go faster? Is it working?

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Koalas

The King of the Spiders

The Hidden Treasures of Egypt

The Exciting Streets of Barcelona

The Amazing Human Body

Koalas are recognized around the world for their cute and loveable appearance. But unfortunately the koala population is rapidly declining because their natural home in the thick forests of Australia is being destroyed. What can be done to help the koalas? Who is working to save them?

Goliath tarantulas are the most enormous spiders in the world. Most people consider them to be extremely dangerous and avoid them, but not tarantula expert Rick West. He seeks out tarantulas because he has an important story to tell. What information does West want to share with the world? Are tarantulas as dangerous as people think?

The Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt contains an extraordinary collection of ancient art, but even more of its treasures are hidden away in its basement. Museum workers are now preparing to show these valuable pieces in a new exhibition. What pieces will they exhibit? How will they decide what to display?

People from all over the world love to visit a street in Barcelona, Spain called ‘the Ramblas.’ This walking-only street is centrally located and full of interesting artists, performers, and other entertainers. What happens on the Ramblas? What makes this street so exciting?

The human body is an amazing ‘machine’ made up of different systems that allow us to do things like run, eat, and even breathe. These systems work together to keep the body functioning normally and healthily. How does the human body actually work? What jobs do the systems perform?

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Dinosaur Builder

Snake Detective

Canyaking Adventure

Space Walk

The Amazon rain forest is in crisis. Illegal miners are destroying the homes of millions of plants and animals; however, one group of scientists is exploring the far o regions of a newly formed national park to stop the destruction. How can they help to save the rain forest? Who will they get to help them?

Peter May has the unique job of reconstructing dinosaurs for museum displays. He works with a team using real dinosaur bones as well as artificial bones to create these giant creatures. How did Peter May become a dinosaur builder? How does he know what these longextinct animals looked like?

A snake park in the Sultanate of Oman has a serious problem: all but one of their snakes have died. The owner of the park has hired a ‘snake detective’ to uncover the mystery of the dying snakes. Why did the snakes die? Will the snake detective be able to save the new snakes?

A group of young athletes have travelled to the Indian Ocean to visit Reunion Island for a unique challenge: canyaking. This tough outdoor activity is a combination of two di erent sports and requires the cooperation of all team members. What two sports does canyaking involve? Will the team succeed in canyaking Reunion Island?

The first trip outside of a spacecraft, or ‘spacewalk,’ was completed in . Since then, many astronauts have participated in spacewalks, but spacewalking does not come without its risks and challenges and astronauts are in constant danger when in space. What are the risks and challenges of spacewalking? How do astronauts overcome them?

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The Perfect Swarm

The Red Devils

The Varied Cultures of China

The Orient Express

Mars on Earth

s, Rocky Mountain In the locusts brought massive destruction to Western settlers. Then, they suddenly disappeared – almost without a trace. Today, scientists hope to find a reason for the locusts’ extinction. What caused Rocky Mountain locusts to disappear? Where will the scientists look?

Humboldt squid, or ‘Red Devils,’ are the world’s largest animal without a backbone. These sometimes dangerous creatures live in the deep waters of the Gulf of California. A researcher and professional diver have come to the Gulf to learn more about them. Will they find any ‘Red Devils?’ Will they be able to observe them safely?

For thousands of years certain remote groups of native Chinese have existed in near isolation. Separated from the mainstream world, these deeply cultural communities have maintained the old ways of life. Now, with the introduction of today’s modern conveniences, they could disappear. What are these cultures? Can they be preserved before it’s too late?

Running from Paris to Istanbul, the Orient Express is a first-class ‘hotel on wheels.’ Once a year, travellers can ride the luxury train across Europe just to enjoy the journey, but it’s hard work to make the grand train run smoothly. Who is responsible for the train’s success? What unique difficulties do they face?

The arctic region of Canada is home to a huge depression in the earth called the Haughton Crater. A group of explorers has come to the area to have an opportunity to face challenges similar to those expected when travelling to Mars. What challenges will they meet? What preparations are being made for Mars—on Earth?

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Alternative Energy

Natacha’s Animal Rescue

Afghanistan’s Heroic Artists

Living in the Slow Lane

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Global warming and a lack of available traditional fuels have created an environmental crisis. In Colorado however, scientists in the windy Rocky Mountains have found alternative fuel sources that could provide a solution. What are these new sources of energy? How can they be used in everyday life?

Fish River Canyon, a beautiful region in southern Namibia, was once a place where wild animals ran free. However, hunters and farmers have claimed the lives of thousands of these animals and left the land bare. Natacha, a conservationist, now plans to bring the animals back to the canyon? What kinds of animals will she bring? How will she do it?

When the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, the religious group aimed to destroy any artistic expression that violated its strict interpretation of Islamic rules. A group of Afghan artists risked death by disobeying the Taliban to preserve the important artwork of their country. Who are the men that saved Afghan’s art? How did they do it?

Greve, Italy, is one of the many cities around the world that is part of the ‘Slow City’ movement: a way of living designed to fight the negative effects of globalization. The ‘Slow City’ movement has also inspired individuals to start a ‘Slow Food’ movement. What does it mean to be part of these groups?

In a small village in northern Greece, local residents participate in an annual religious festival called Anestenaria during which they walk across fire. This firewalking tradition tests believers’ faith and serves as a means of receiving blessings. Will all the participants make it across the fire? How will their firewalk affect them?

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Fun and easy to read, this is a new series you wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to put down!

Page Turners Reading Library Series Editors: Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson and Rob Waring American English / British English Page Turners is a completely new

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easy to read, this is a series learners wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to put down! -level series of original fiction covering a variety of popular story genres Includes a Review section, an extra non-fiction reading, and Glossary Free MP audio recording for every story Downloadable Worksheets available free for teachers The series introduces learners of English to a variety of popular story genres including: Action Romance Thrillers Crime Mysteries Drama Human Interest and more! ngl.cengage.com/pageturners


Words Pre-A Starter

Words Pre-A Starter

Words Pre-A Starter

Come Home

Roommates

Soccer Crazy

Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson

Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson

Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson

It's Samorn's first week at Brenton College in the US, and she already wants to leave. She misses Thailand, her family, and most of all, her boyfriend Lek. So when Lek asks her to come home, Samorn knows she has to make a hard decision . . .

As a new student at Brenton College, Bobby Harris has many things to worry aboutâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;but his biggest problem is his new roommate, Ash! Because of Ash, Bobby canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t sleep, study, or work properly. The problem is, how does he tell Ash without losing a roommate and a friend?

Estela, captain of the women's soccer team, is very excited. Now that famous soccer player George Gray is coming to Brenton, her team will finally get the help they need. But Coach Gray doesn't think women can play soccer. Can Estela change his mind?

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Words Pre-A Starter

Words Pre-A Starter

Words Pre-A Starter

Words Pre-A Starter

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The Beautiful Game

Hacker

You Don’t Know Her

Kitchen Love Story

Running Free

Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson

Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson

Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson

Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson

Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson

Estela dreams of becoming a successful soccer player. But she also has the chance for an exciting new life as a fashion model in the beautiful city of Milan. Which path will she choose?

Jack Garcia is not the best student, but he’s very good with computers. So good, in fact, that he’s able to hack into the Brenton College computer system. He soon finds out he can change his grades without anyone knowing. But will he? And what will happen if he does?

Fleur Duval is the prettiest and most popular girl in school, and she gets anything—and any guy—she wants. But when she breaks the heart of poor Bobby Harris, his friends Ash and Dwayne decide that it’s payback time. But is it Ash’s turn to have his heart broken?

Janine Cole, a single mother with a young daughter, has almost given up on her dream to be a chef. But then her new friend Randy Gordon enters her into a cooking competition. The prize? A job at one of the best restaurants in town. It’s clear that Randy believes in her, but does Janine believe in herself?

Charles ‘Chuck’ Kingston is studying business so he can take over his father's company. But his father doesn't know that Chuck's real love is free running. When things start to go wrong, Chuck learns he can't run from his problems forever.

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Heart of a Fighter

Trust

The Secret Beach

The Picture in the Attic

Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson

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Jane Rollason

Richard MacAndrew, Cathy Lawday

As captain of the college taekwondo team, Dwayne always wants to be the best. But when he loses to Minho Kim, the new boy from Korea, Dwayne has to learn what it really means to be a fighter.

Sandra Marks isn't enjoying her new role as editor of The Brenton Sun, her college's online newspaper. Felipe, one of her reporters, isn't too happy about Sandra beating him to the job . . . and he makes sure she knows it. Worse still, she is faced with her biggest story everâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;one that involves her own father. Now Sandra must decide who she can really trust.

Lucas and his friends have the best surfing beach in town, and they want to keep it that way. So when Jerry and the city boys demand a piece of the action, it soon becomes an all-out warâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;for the beach, the surfing trophy, and the heart of the beautiful Ella.

Emma has just moved into her dream home with her new husband and a baby on the way. Everything seems perfect at first, until she hears strange noises coming from the attic. As the noises get worse, it becomes clear that the house is hiding a horrible secret . . .

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Words A Pre-Int

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Words B Int

Words B Int

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Nature

Dead before Midnight

Danny Dark

Light

Bad Blood

Margaret Johnson

Pamela Pollack, Meg Belviso

Margaret Johnson

Sue Leather

Sue Leather

Alyssa returns to her hometown to tell her mother about her engagement. She is introduced to Zach, her handsome neighbor and the object of her mother's a ections. Troubled by her upcoming wedding and her attraction to Zach, Alyssa begins to ask herself what truly makes her happy.

For David Hawke, directing Dead Before Midnight on Broadway is the chance of a lifetime. But strange things begin to happen to David and his colleagues, and people are saying that the play itself may be cursed. As opening night approaches, it’s not clear if it will be the biggest night of David’s life, or the last . . .

Sally is fighting desperately to stop big businesses from taking over her hairdressing salon and the little town of Richmond. Things get even more complicated when a handsome stranger called Danny Dark walks into her life. Can Sally save her town...and protect her heart?

In Kalastia, books are burning. The new government, led by powerhungry General Malin, is determined to rewrite history. To renowned artist Arda Kalev, the situation seems hopeless. When orders are given to destroy all the art in the National Gallery, including Arda’s precious statue Light, Arda must decide if freedom is worth fighting—and dying—for.

A fire in his father's restaurant sends detective Jay Kwan on a manhunt. Who started the fire, and why? The search takes him on a dangerous journey through Chinatown and into the past, where a dark and terrible secret awaits him. A secret about his own family . . .

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Joe Faust

Reunited

Mercy Killer

Deadly Truth

Irene Barrall

Frank Brennan

Irene Barrall

Andrew Watson

Andrew Watson

Lizzy Elliot has a good life, or so she thinks: a successful career, a loving fiancé, and a caring (if overbearing) mother. Then a letter arrives from her beloved Aunt Bea which threatens to turn her whole world upside down. To everyone's surprise, Lizzy decides to give up everything and embark on a new adventure—and is forced to make big decisions about the life she wants for herself.

Joe is a young city trader, and he'll do anything to be successful. Anything. So when a mysterious man called Rey Todd o ers him everything he's ever wanted, how can Joe say no? Of course, there's always a price to pay . . .

A surprise visit from an old college acquaintance is a welcome change for Meg and her family. But when things start to go wrong in her sleepy town, Meg learns you can never really leave the past behind . . .

Dr. Rick Jamieson is preparing for the multimillion-dollar launch of a new drug. But when some of the patients end up dead, Rick starts to wonder if all is not what it seems. With the police hot on his trail, it's a race against time to find out what— or who—is behind all the mysterious deaths.

Today is the most important day in Peter Booker’s career. Nothing is going to stop him from getting to work, certainly not a homeless man asking for help. However, there is more to this encounter than Peter thinks, and it soon leads him to the biggest story of his life. As he enters the heart of a powerful conspiracy, Peter learns that while the truth may save lives, it could also cost him his own.

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World Windows introduces young learners to essential themes and concepts in Science and Social Studies, through National Geographic photography and content. Using non-fiction readings, World Windows helps to develop young learners’ fluency in English, and ignites their curiosity about the world around them. This series of 30 graded readers is bases on National Geographic content and teacher students about the world around them while also introducing carefully graded language.

Features and Benefits • Each level is accompanied by two robust CD-ROMs, wich features audio, songs, games, assignments, and interactive versions of the books. • Teacher’s books cover five student’s books (two per level, six for the whole series.


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ANIMALS MOVE Science

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FLOAT OR SINK? Science

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Read about different ways animals move. Compare and contrast.

World Windows introduces young learners to essential themes and concepts in Science and Social Studies, through National Geographic photography and content. Using non-fiction readings, World Windows helps to develop young learners’ fluency in English, and ignites their curiosity about the world around them.

Read about five parts of a tree. Identify the main idea and details

Read about body parts you use for each sense. Identify the main idea and details

What is the weather like today? Read about different kinds of weather. Identify main idea and details

ISBN-13: 9781133566137 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13:  9781133566175  Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133310822 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492757 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492818  Pages: 16 Year: 2012


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IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

MY FRIEND AND I

Read about places in the neighborhood. Identify main idea and details

What do Jack and Vicky do together? Read about what friends do together. Identify main idea and details

Explains that rules tell us what we should and shouldn’t do. The class discusses what they already know about school rules. Students learn key vocabulary such as line up, listen, quiet, raise, rules, and walk.

Where does wood come from? Read about things made of wood. Identify main idea and details

How many different ways are there to travel? Identify main idea and details

ISBN-13: 9781133566212  Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13:  9781133492689   Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492733 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492788 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492801  Pages: 16 Year: 2012

Social Studies

Social Studies

SCHOOL RULES

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THINGS MADE OF WOOD Social Studies

WAYS TO TRAVEL Social Studies


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POLAR BEARS

What animals live in the rain forest? Read about three different habitats, then learn how to classify

What animals live in the Arctic? Learn about Polar bears and how they survive in the cold

What can you make with pumpkins? What color are pumpkin flowers? learn about the life cycle of a pumpkin.

Looks at how some things move because they are pushed or pulled.

Explains that weather changes throughout the year. These weather periods are called seasons and, in certain countries, there are four seasons in one year. Children talk about what they already know about seasons. Students learn key vocabulary such as bloo.

ISBN-13: 9781133566205  Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13:  9781133492702 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492719 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492726 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492740 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

Science

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PUMPKINS

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SEASONS Science


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THE CITY AND THE COUNTRY

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Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Explains that jobs are work that people do to provide us with things we want or need. Students discuss what they already know about Jobs. Concepts such as helping, sharing, and obeying laws are discussed. Students learn key vocabulary such as citizens.

Where do workers make bicycles? Learn what goods are and where they come from.

What do chefs do? Learn different jobs that people have.

Maps show us places and help people find their way to those places. There are different kinds of maps such as world, country, and city maps. Students learn key vocabulary such as world, show, map, find, city, and country.

Where do you live? In the city or the country? Learn about the differences between how people live.

ISBN-13: 9781133566182  Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13:  9781133566199 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492641 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492672 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492771 Pages: 16 Year: 2012


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EARTH

MAGNETS

SOLIDS, LIQUIDS, AND GASES

What animals have fur and what animals have hair? Learn about all the different animal types and how to tell them apart.

Explains that a butterfly changes as it grows. Each change is known as a stage, and the sum of these stages is known as a life cycle. Students learn key vocabulary such as butterfly, egg, hatch, larva, pupa, life cycle.

What kinds of things do you recycle? What can you do to make less trash? Learn ways to take care of the Earth.

Explains that a magnet is an object that attracts metal objects. Provides examples of magnets in the classroom (e.g. black board) and has children bring magnets to the classroom. Students learn key vocabulary such as magnet, repel, south pole, north pole.

Which state of matter are crayons? What liquids do you drink? Learn the three states of matter and how they are alike and different.

ISBN-13: 9781133566120 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13:  9781133566144 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133566151 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

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ISBN-13: 9781133492764 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

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NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS

THOMAS EDISON

Social Studies

Social Studies

Explains that a person can save a big amount of money simply by saving a small amount every day. Explains that a savings plan shows how much a person must save per day to reach a certain amount, and how much they have already saved. Students learn key voc.

Learn about famous landmarks and where they are located around the world.

What is the highest kind of land on Earth? Do you live closer to a mountain or an ocean? Learn the features of landforms and bodies of water.

Explains that different cultures/ countries may start their new year on a different date and also celebrate it in different ways. Examples of New Year celebrations in other countries are discussed. Students learn key vocabulary such as celebration, midnight.

What is a phonograph? What do you think is the important invention in history? Learn about the great inventor Thomas Edison and his inventions.

ISBN-13: 9781133566113 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13:   9781133566168 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492658 Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492696  Pages: 16 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781133492795 Pages: 16 Year: 2012


The Classic Graphic Novel Collection is a stunning series of graded readers for young adult learners that combines attractive comic strip illustrations with timeless classical literature. A fresh blend of contemporary storytelling and captivating artwork ensure that your students will want to return to these stories time and again.

• Stunning artwork motivates even the most reluctant readers and promotes reading for pleasure. • Original and exciting treatments of classic stories provide a wonderful reading experience. • Each reader contains: • A comprehensive glossary to support students while they read. • Full descriptions of the main characters with pictures to help students follow the story. • A short biography of the author.


Classical Comics

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean and miserable old man. The only thing he cares about is making money and keeping it. He does not like the poor and the needy, and he hates Christmas as much as he hates laughter and kindness. All of this changes on Christmas Eve when he gets a rude awakening to just how sad and lonely his life really is. This timeless story was an immediate success for Charles Dickens when it was first published in 1843. Dickens’s message about the importance of thinking of others is something for everyone to think about. This enchanting and magical tale is presented with detailed artwork, authentic settings, and wonderful characters to be enjoyed by readers of all ages!

ISBN-13: 9781424042876 Audio CD: 9781424045754 Teacher’s Manual: 9781424046324 Workbook: 9781111005726 Pages: 160 Year: 2011

Classical Comics

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Classical Comics

DRACULA

Classical Comics

JANE EYRE

Classical Comics

ROMEO AND JULIET

Shakespeare’s best-loved play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream endures as an obvious choice for outdoor theatre on a warm summer evening. The marriage of Theseus to Hippolyta serves as a backdrop to tangled loves, amateur dramatics, and an argument between the Fairy Queen and King, Titania and Oberon, with events spilling over from their Fairy Kingdom into the real world of Athens. A Midsummer Night’s Dream has comical appeal and has been performed all over the world. Now, this enchanting comedy is brought to life through dramatic narrative and vivid imagery.

Dracula chronicles a vampire’s journey from his Transylvanian castle to the nighttime streets of London. In London, he searches for the blood he needs to stay alive while his enemies plot to rid the world of his frightful power. Can Count Dracula find the blood he needs to survive or will his enemies rid the world of his power? Bram Stoker’s best known novel, Dracula, was originally published in 1897. It was written as a collection of realistic, but fictional, documents. According to the manuscript, the original title was The Un-Dead. Dracula was selected at the last minute. Today, it is considered a timeless masterpiece of English literature.

Charlotte Brontë’s classic story comes to life in this full-color graphic novel. Jane Eyre is the story of an orphan girl, raised by her wealthy but cruel aunt in nineteenth-century England. This vibrantly illustrated version of Brontë’s dramatic story chronicles Jane’s hardships and triumphs as she grows from a student at Lowood School into a young woman. Full of romance, suspense, and colorful characters, the classic graphic novel of Jane Eyre will engage readers to the final page.

The fair city of Verona is troubled by two feuding families: the Montagues and the Capulets. Their hatred for each other runs deep and they regularly disturb the streets with their fighting. When Romeo Montague meets and falls instantly in love with Juliet Capulet, it can only lead to a tragic end. William Shakespeare’s wonderful and iconic play is as relevant today as it was when it was written – over 400 years ago! It is one of his best-known works, containing some of his most famous lines. Detailed illustrations and lively content capture all of the beauty, emotion, and tragedy of Shakespeare’s timeless tale.

ISBN-13:   9781111838454  Audio CD: 9781111838485 Teacher’s Manual: 9781111838478 Workbook: 9781111838461 Pages: 144 Year: 2012

ISBN-13: 9781111838492 Audio CD: 9781111838522 Teacher’s Manual: 9781111838515 Workbook: 9781111838508 Pages: 144 Year: 2013

ISBN-13: 9781424028870   Audio CD: 9781424045730 Teacher’s Manual: 9781424046300 Workbook: 9781111005696 Pages: 132 Year: 2010

ISBN-13: 9781424042913  Audio CD: 9781424045761 Teacher’s Manual: 9781424046331 Workbook: 9781111220129 Pages: 168 Year: 2011


Classical Comics

HENRY V

Classical Comics

THE CANTERVILLE GHOST

Classical Comics

THE TEMPEST

Classical Comics

WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Shakespeare’s famous story of war and peace between England and France during the reign of Henry V is presented here in a different and exciting way. This wonderful play is presented as a full-color graphic novel with stunning illustrations to motivate students. Shakespeare’s original play has been rewritten so that all students can enjoy Shakespeare. Experience the Battle of Agincourt as never before — and learn about an important piece of history.

than they bargain for when they move into the Canterville Chase—a haunted English mansion. The ghost of Sir Simon de Canterville has roamed the halls for three hundred years after he murdered his wife there, and now this new family has arrived, much to the annoyance of the resident ghost! Wilde’s clever story provides an entertaining twist on the traditional gothic horror story. This charming story is full of humor and wit, and mixes the modern American and traditional British story in an engaging way.

Returning from a royal wedding, the ships carrying the King of Naples and his crew are caught in a violent storm. Traveling through treacherous and turbulent waters, they all arrive on the same nearby island. Not only does each believe that the others did not make it out alive, they are also completely unaware that the storm was no accident… The Tempest, the last of Shakespeare’s works, and also said to be his finest, is a true testament to his playwriting abilities. This enchanting and vivid tale is brought to life through colorful imagery and engaging storytelling—perfect for all learners.

from Mr. Heathcliff, he quickly learns about his landlord’s mysterious history. Lockwood soon discovers the reasons behind Heathcliff’s brutal treatment of those around him after being haunted by the ghost of Catherine Earnshaw, the love of Heathcliff’s life. Can Lockwood stop himself from being dragged into Heathcliff’s violent world? Wuthering Heights was Emily Brontë’s only novel, originally published in 1847 under the name Ellis Bell. She died in December 1848 and did not live to see the book published under her own name just two years later. Today, it is considered a timeless masterpiece of English literature. This adapted graphic novel features beautiful hand-painted artwork, bringing this unique story to life for all readers to enjoy.

Text + Audio CD:   9781424028757  Audio CD: 9781424045716 Teacher’s Manual: 9781424046287 Workbook: 9781424053421 Pages: 144 Year: 2009

ISBN-13: 9781424042999  Audio CD: 9781111349547 Teacher’s Manual: 9781111349707 Workbook: 9781111349714 Pages: 144 Year: 2011

ISBN-13: 9781424042968    Audio CD: 9781111220082 Teacher’s Manual: 9781424042975 Workbook: 9781111220068 Pages: 144 Year: 2011

ISBN-13: 9781111838850   Audio CD: 9781111838874 Teacher’s Manual: 9781111838881 Workbook: 9781111838867 Pages: 144 Year: 2013


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FRANKENSTEIN

Classical Comics

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

Classical Comics

MACBETH

Frankenstein is set during a time when there were many new scientific discoveries and anything seemed possible – even the creation of life itself. Victor Frankenstein becomes obsessed with this idea and works hard to prove his theories. But his dream quickly turns into a nightmare – not just for him, but for his family and friends, too. Frankenstein, conceived by Mary Shelley on a rainy night in the mountains of Switzerland in 1816, asks questions about the danger and responsibility of knowledge and the notion that pride must have its fall. Shelley’s classic horror story is brought to life through fantastic gothic illustrations and is adapted so that all students can enjoy this haunting tale.

“My name was Philip Pirrip. When I was a small child, I couldn’t say this, so I called myself Pip.” Pip is a young man from humble beginnings. He abandons his old life to become a gentleman after several occurrences: a frightening meeting with an escaped prisoner; a call to meet with the bitter, old Miss Havisham and the beautiful but cold-hearted Estella; and the sudden generosity of a stranger. The story of Pip’s Great Expectations is accompanied by fabulous artwork which sends the reader straight to Dickens’s Victorian England

This full-color, graphic novel presents “The Scottish Play” adapted for students. Macbeth is one of the most dramatic of Shakespeare’s tragedies, and this version will give students a new and satisfying view of Shakespeare. Full of action, atmosphere, and mystery from start to nish, and illustrated with stunning artwork to motivate students, the graphic novel of Shakespeare’s wonderful story will keep students interested until the very end.

Text + Audio CD:   9781424031818  Audio CD: 9781424045747 Teacher’s Manual: 9781424046317 Workbook: 9781111005719 Pages: 144 Year: 2010

Text + Audio CD:   9781424028795  Audio CD: 9781424045723 Teacher’s Manual: 9781424046294 Workbook: 9781111005689 Pages: 144 Year: 2010

Text + Audio CD:   9781424028702  Audio CD: 9781424045785 Teacher’s Manual: 9781424045655 Workbook: 9781111005733 Pages: 144 Year: 2009


Summertown Readers are aimed at young adults/ adults studying business English or using English at work. The storylines offer intrigue, murder and mystery to capture the reader and encourage reading for pleasure. Each reader is supported by an audio CD and comes with a unit glossary. • • • •

Original readers MP3 Audio CD Glossary High interest motivational texts, based around the internacional business world • ngl.cengage.com/summertownreaders


Pre intermediate (UK) A2

Pre intermediate (UK) A2

MEET ME IN BRAZIL

ROOM SERVICE

“Summertown Readers” are aimed at young adults/adults studying business English or using English at work. The storylines offer intrigue, murder and mystery to capture the reader and encourage reading for pleasure. Each reader is supported by an audio CD and comes with a unit glossary. Londoner Mike Carrington has never been further afield than France before he is sent by his company to meet some prospective future colleagues in Brazil. From the moment he arrives things are not quite as he anticipated. He mysteriously blacks out in the car leaving the airport and wakes up in a locked room with his suitcase unpacked and his laptop missing. There has been a case of mistaken identity. Will the local police and London CID piece together the clues before time runs out for Mike?

Summertown Readers are aimed at young adults/adults studying business English or using English at work. The storylines offer intrigue, murder and mystery to capture the reader and encourage reading for pleasure. Each reader is supported by an audio CD and comes with a unit glossary.

Autor: Julie Woodward ISBN-13: 9780462098807   Pages: 192 Year: 2010

Autor: James Schofield ISBN-13: 9781905992089 Pages: 192 Year: 2009


Intermediate B1

Intermediate B1

Intermediate B1

Upper-intermediate B2

Upper-intermediate B2

DOUBLE TROUBLE

EKATERINA

PERIL IN VENICE

AWAYDAY

THE TOP FLOOR

Timothy and Nicholas Aldridge are identical twins but their lives could not be more different. Whilst Timothy runs the family farm in the rural South West of England, Nicholas is a high-powered but exhausted advertising executive in London.

Summertown Readers are aimed at young adults/adults studying business English or using English at work. The storylines offer intrigue, murder and mystery to capture the reader and encourage reading for pleasure. Each reader is supported by an audio CD and comes with a unit glossary.

An exclusive wellness hotel near Venice is the holiday destination for exhausted young executive Emily Lee. However, when she gets to the Advanced Centre for Wellness and Meditation she finds not everything is as it should be. Emily needs all her courage and initiative to try to uncover what is going on.

Summertown Readers are aimed at young adults/adults studying business English or using English at work. The storylines offer intrigue, murder and mystery to capture the reader and encourage reading for pleasure. Each reader is supported by an audio CD and comes with a unit glossary.

The storylines offer intrigue, murder and mystery to capture the reader and encourage reading for pleasure. Each reader is supported by an audio CD and comes with a unit glossary. Maha is not in a position to be choosy about the work she takes, so when offered a job as Chief Administrator at an office in a seedy business park she jumps at the chance. However, all is not as it seems. Not only is she the only employee but her boss has disappeared on a business trip leaving her with full responsibility for everything. When locking up at night, Maha hears noises coming from the locked and supposedly empty neighbouring psychiatrist’s office. A chilling mystery unravels as Maha investigates the ‘empty’ office and uncovers the horrifying nature of her boss’s true business.

Autor: James Schofield ISBN-13: 9780462098814 Pages: 192 Year: 2010

Autor: James Schofield ISBN-13:  9781902741918 Pages: 192 Year: 2009

Autor: David Evans ISBN-13: 9780462098821  Pages: 192 Year: 2009

Autor: Chris Faram ISBN-13: 9780462098838  Pages: 192 Year: 2010

Autor: James Schofield ISBN-13: 9781902741925  Pages: 96 Year: 2009


Since 1888, National Geographic magazine has provided its readers a wealth of information. In that same spirit the Explore series brings the best articles on popular and relevant topic to your classroom. The Explore series highlights the work of National Geographic Explorers, photographers, and writers. Middle school informational text is appropriate for social studies and language arts. Teachers will love teaching their favorite topics, and students will be drawn by the magazine-like, visual approach. 36 books align with three social studies curriculum areas: World Cultures and Geography, World History, and U.S. History

Print and interactive eBooks (English and Spanish) • The Amazon • Ancient Egypt • Antarctica • Archaeology • Chinese Civilization • Endangered Species: Big Cats • Extreme Wind and Water • Genghis Khan and the Gobi • The Himalaya • The Maya • Ocean Depths • Peruvian Gold


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ANCIENT EGYPT

ANTARCTIC

Explore Ancient Egypt introduces learners to the culture, fashion, politics and daily lives of ancient Egyptians. National Geographic Explorer Sarah Parcak shares his work with new technologies being used to uncover lost cities without ever touching a shovel.

Explore Antarctica teaches readers about how humans have affected the icy continent since its discovery, the animals that call Antarctica home, and the scientists, soldiers, and tourists who visit every year. National Geographic Explorer Jon Bowermaster shares first-hand evidence of the changes in the region.

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781285827032 Year: 2015

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13:   9781285827049 Year: 2015

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ARCHAEOLOGY

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BIG CATS

CHINESE CIVILIZATION

Explore Archaeology introduces readers to new discoveries in Turkey, Egypt, Rome, Panama, England, and Afghanistan. National Geographic Explorer Fredrik Hiebert discusses his passion for archaeology.

Explore Big Cats examines the interactions between humans and big cats, including lions, tigers, and cheetahs. National Geographic Explorers Dereck and Beverly Joubert explain why big cats need to be protected and saved.

Explore Chinese Civilization teaches readers about Chinese culture and history, including an army of thousands of warriors sculpted from clay, the Han dynasty, the Great Wall of China, and more. National Geographic Photographer O. Louis Mazzatenta discusses his work bringing the mystery and beauty of China’s terra-cotta warriors to light.

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781285827056 Year: 2015

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781305467309 Year: 2015

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781285827025 Year: 2015


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ENDANGERED SPECIES

EXTREME WIND AND WATER

Explore Endangered Species takes readers around the world to learn about various endangered species, including polar bears, crocodiles, whooping cranes, and cheetahs. National Geographic Explorer Luke Dollar shares his work with the fossa, an endangered animal in Madagascar.

Explore Extreme Wind & Water looks at epic storms and wild weather from around the world. Readers will learn more about National Geographic Explorer, lightning chaser and storm researcher Tim Samaras.

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781305439405 Year: 2017

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13:   9781285827063 Year: 2015

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GENGHIS KHAN AND THE GOBI DESERT

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MONSTER FISH

PERUVIAN GOLD

Explore Genghis Khan and the Gobi introduces readers to the harsh beauty and open landscapes of the Gobi, the Mongols, and the head of a brutal, conquering army. National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin searches for Genghis Khan’s tomb.

Explore Monsterfish spotlights some unusual, extremely large freshwater fish. This book is based on a forthcoming National Geographic Museum exhibition on monsterfish. National Geographic Explorer Zeb Hogan investigates their habitats, humans’ impact upon them, and how monsterfish are adapting.

Join National Geographic’s Archaeology Fellow Fred Hiebert on a guided tour of National Geographic Museum’s 2014 exhibit, Peruvian Gold: Ancient Treasures Unearthed. Readers will learn about discoveries throughout Peru, including the tomb of a Moche ruler and Machu Picchu.

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13:  9781285827070 Year: 2015

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781305454842  Year: 2015

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781305454767  Year: 2015


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SPACE

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THE AMAZON

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THE GREEKS

THE HIMALAYA

THE MAYA

Explore Space takes readers into the universe to investigate the possibility of life beyond earth, doing fieldwork on Mars, and more. National Geographic Explorer Bethany Ehlmann looks for clues that Mars once supported life.

Explore The Amazon takes readers to the Amazon River and Madidi National Park to learn more about the nature, animals and people who call the jungle home. National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore discusses his work capturing endangered species in the Photo Ark.

Explore The Greeks examines the history of the Greek civilization, including the first European monarchies, epic stories from Homer, sports and more. National Geographic Explorer Fred Heibert introduces readers to the ancient Greeks and their impact on Western civilization.

Explore the Himalaya introduces readers to Mount Everest, the sky caves of Nepal, and the stories of those who have made the climb. National Geographic Photographer Jimmy Chin explains why he hands off icy mountains to take photos.

Explore the Maya takes readers on a journey into the history of the mysterious Mayans, exploring the culture, daily lives, and lasting influence of the great civilization. National Geographic Explorer William Saturno shares his firsthand account of his discoveries in the remote Guatemalan jungle.

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781305454804 Year: 2015

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13:  9781285827018 Year: 2015

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781305467323  Year: 2016

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781285827087   Year: 2015

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13: 9781285827094  Year: 2015


Bringing World Issues into Focus for All Students The Global Issues series consists of books at three reading levels covering 12 of the most important geographic and environmental issues of our time. • • • •

Informational text for social studies and language arts classes High-interest topics and dramatic photography eBooks, sound effects, interactive vocabulary, and infographics Three reading levels (on level, below level, and above level) to reach every student

Technology to engage all students • eBooks on an iPad or other device take students visually into the regions they are studying • Vocabulary definitions appear when students mouse over a word • World maps teach about geography • Students can touch and expand photos for more detail


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CLIMATE CHANGE

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ENERGY RESOURCES

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FOOD SUPPLY

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GLOBALIZATION

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HABITAT PRESERVATION

According to most scientists, Earth’s atmosphere has warmed by about 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit in the past 100 years. The result has been melting glaciers, rising sea levels, and more extreme weather events. Some people say that current climate change is part of the natural cycle of changes on Earth. Many scientists, however, think that Earth’s climate is changing because of increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Climate Change examines how countries around the world are taking steps, such as conservation, to lessen the effects of climate change.

Energy use is one of the key issues of our time. People have traditionally relied on fossil fuels, including oil, coal, and natural gas. There are growing concerns, though, about the pollution caused by these energy resources. In addition, these sources of energy are nonrenewable. That is, they can be used up. Countries around the world are exploring ways to use renewable sources of energy, such as solar power. Energy Resources examines the role of traditional sources of energy and the development of alternative energy resources.

Food Supply examines the challenges of feeding a world that is home to more than 7 billion people. Every day, nearly 1 billion people go hungry. The causes of food shortages include crop failure, soil depletion, flood, drought, and poor food distribution. To address these issues, many aid groups are developing strategies to increase crop yields. Food Supply explains how different countries are meeting the challenges by using a variety of measures, from better fertilizers to improved education for farmers.

Globalization connects governments, cultures, and economies, making it easier for people to make, sell, and buy goods worldwide. It brings different people more easily into contact, but it can also disrupt traditional cultures. It helps create jobs in poor countries and allows businesses to make goods more cheaply. However, it can also widen the gap between rich and poor. Globalization explains how people are working to bring the positive effects of globalization to populations around the world.

For plants and animals, every place on Earth is a home, or habitat, which provides food, water, and shelter. Yet scientists are finding that habitats for many animals and plants around the world are shrinking. As a result, their populations are declining. The trend is a challenge of biodiversity, which is the range of living things on Earth. Habitat Preservation explores how countries around the world are using conservation and a smarter use of resources to protect the habitats of living things.

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285349749  ISBN-13(On level): 9781285349756  ISBN-13(Above level): 9781285349756  Year: 2014

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285349534  ISBN-13(On level): 9781285349541 ISBN-13(Above level):   9781285349558  Year: 2014

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285827032 ISBN-13(On level): 9781285827032 ISBN-13(Above level): 9781285827032 Year: 2014

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285349473 ISBN-13(On level):   9781285349480  ISBN-13(Above level): 9781285349497  Year: 2014

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285349657  ISBN-13(On level): 9781285349664  ISBN-13(Above level): 9781285349671 Year: 2014


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HEALTH

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HUMAN RIGHTS

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MIGRATION

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POLLUTION

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POPULATION GROWTH

Health is not just about a person’s diet, fitness, and genes. Life expectancy, or how long people are likely to live, is also a reflection of the society in which people live. A society’s culture, politics, economy, and access to health care all have a tremendous impact on people’s health. Health examines the positive changes taking place around the world. People are working to bring better access to doctors and nurses to improve everyone’s health.

At the center of many conflicts around the world are human rights, making this one of the key issues in the world today. These rights include the freedom to vote, to assemble, to speak one’s mind, to be treated fairly before the law, and to gain an education. In several societies around the world, people are struggling to gain their rights. However, as Human Rights explains, people have shown great courage as they overcome serious obstacles to gain their rights and exercise democratic freedoms.

From the beginning of human history, people have moved from one place to another. They seek better jobs and schools and leave behind unstable political conditions and limited opportunities. These factors often cause people to immigrate from less developed countries to more developed countries. The same factors also lead people to migrate within a country. Migration examines the forces behind migration, the challenges that migrants face, and the ways in which new populations enrich their communities.

Pollution is a growing problem around the globe. Using chemicals, old appliances, exhaust fumes, and plastics are just a few of the things that cause pollution on our planet. Pollution examines how water, soil, and the atmosphere have become increasingly polluted and the impact that pollution has on people’s health. In the face of these challenges, people and countries have cooperated to clean up natural environments. They are also working to prevent pollution through technology, better planning, transportation alternatives, and more.

The world’s population has risen to more than 7 billion people, making issues such as food supply, energy resources, and water quality even more serious. Population Growth examines this major issue in ways that emphasize the causes and effects of population growth. In addition, it examines why some countries face the challenge of a young population, while other countries must maintain the quality of life for an aging population. Finally, Population Growth explores the importance of education and economic opportunities in meeting these important challenges.

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285349626 ISBN-13(On level): 9781285349633  ISBN-13(Above level): 9781285349640 Year: 2014

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level):   9781285349770   ISBN-13(On level): 9781285349787 ISBN-13(Above level):   9781285349794  Year: 2014

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285349596  ISBN-13(On level): 9781285349602 ISBN-13(Above level): 9781285349619  Year: 2014

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285349718 ISBN-13(On level):   9781285349725 ISBN-13(Above level): 9781285349732   Year: 2014

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285349688 ISBN-13(On level):   9781285349695   ISBN-13(Above level): 9781285349701 Year: 2014


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STANDARD OF LIVING

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WATER RESOURCES

Standards of living vary from country to country, and from one community to another. In general, a family in a developed country lives more comfortably than a family in a less developed country. People have more to ear, access to education, better health care, and safer homes. Standard of Living examines the factors that affect people’s economic well-being, including war, historical factors, and resource management. In addition, it highlights countries that have successfully raised their standard of living, providing hope for the populations of the world.

Water is an essential resource for life on Earth. Considering how vital and precious water is, it is almost unbelievable that it can be used so carelessly. Sewage, toxic chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides, oil, metals, and solid trash pollute the water in lakes, streams, and oceans around the world. Water Resources explores the ways in which water on Earth has become polluted--and what people around the globe are doing to solve this problem.

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level):   9781285349565  ISBN-13(On level): 9781285349572   ISBN-13(Above level): 9781285349589  Year: 2014

Autor: National Geographic Learning ISBN-13(Below level): 9781285349442  ISBN-13(On level):   9781285349459  ISBN-13(Above level):   9781285349466  Year: 2014


3º ano do Fundamental I Science Life

KEEP OUT! KEEP AWAY! A collection of articles linked together by the topic of harmful plants and animals.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358383 ISBN(On level): 9781285358376  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358369 Year: 2014

Science Life

ON ASSIGNMENT WITH JOEL SARTORE A collection of articles linked together by the topic of saving wild plants and animals.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358680 ISBN(On level): 9781285358673  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358666 Year: 2014

Science Life

Science Life

TRICKS, TRAPS, AND TOOLS

TROPICAL RAIN FOREST ADVENTURE

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of strange animal characteristics.

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of life in a tropical rain forest.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358475 ISBN(On level): 9781285358468  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358451 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358567 ISBN(On level): 9781285358550  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358543 Year: 2014


4º ano do Fundamental I Science Life

Science

Science

Life

Life

Science Life

EXPLORING CORAL REEFS

SMART ANIMALS

TAMING THE WILD

WEIRD BUT TRUE!

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of coral reefs

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of smart animals

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of domestication of plants and animals

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of strange characteristics

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359014 ISBN(On level): 9781285359007  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358994 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358956 ISBN(On level): 9781285358949  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358932 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358925 ISBN(On level): 9781285358918  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358901 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358802 ISBN(On level): 9781285358796  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358789 Year: 2014


5º ano do Fundamental I Science Life

AFRICAN SAVANNA A collection of articles linked together by the topic of the African Savanna

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359397 ISBN(On level): 9781285359380  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359373 Year: 2014

Science Life

EXPLORER ZOLTAN TAKACS: NATURE HAS THE ANSWERS

Science

Science

Life

Life

SWARM!

THE GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS

This book focuses on swarms

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of the Galápagos Islands

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of answers from nature

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359571 ISBN(On level): 9781285359564  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359557 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359229 ISBN(On level): 9781285359212  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359205 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359304 ISBN(On level): 9781285359298  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359281 Year: 2014


3º ano do Fundamental I Science

Science

Earth

Earth

Science

Science

Earth

Earth

BIG STORM

DESTINATION: SPACE

ERUPTION!

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of hurricanes.

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of exploring space.

This book focuses on Volcanoes, more specifically the eruption of Mount St. Helens.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358413 ISBN(On level): 9781285358406  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358390 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358710 ISBN(On level): 9781285358703  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358697 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358741 ISBN(On level): 9781285358734  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358727 Year: 2014

MOUNTAINS, VALLEYS, AND PLAINS A collection of articles linked together by the topic of landforms.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358505 ISBN(On level): 9781285358499  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358482 Year: 2014


4º ano do Fundamental I Science

Science

Earth

Earth

PATTERNS A collection of articles linked together by the topic of patterns

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359137 ISBN(On level): 9781285359120  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359113 Year: 2014

EXPLORER TIM SAMARAS: TORNADOES A collection of articles linked together by the topic of tornadoes

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358864 ISBN(On level): 9781285358857  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358840 Year: 2014

Science Earth

Science Earth

THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

THE GOOD EARTH

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of resources of the Chesapeake Bay

This book focuses on Earth’s soils

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359045 ISBN(On level): 9781285359038  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359021 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358987 ISBN(On level): 9781285358970  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358963 Year: 2014


5º ano do Fundamental I Science Earth

Science Earth

Science

Science

Earth

Earth

EARTH’S CRAZY CLIMATE

EXPLORING ABOVE AND BEYOND

POWER UP

THE DISAPPEARING BADLANDS

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of Earth’s changing climate

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of exploring the solar system

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of using energy resources

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of the Badlands National Park in South Dakota

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359250 ISBN(On level): 9781285359243  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359236 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359519 ISBN(On level): 9781285359502  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359496 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359427 ISBN(On level): 9781285359410  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359403 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359366 ISBN(On level): 9781285359359  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359342 Year: 2014


3º ano do Fundamental I Science

Science

Physical

Physical

COOL CAVES A collection of articles linked together by the topic of caves and how they form.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358444 ISBN(On level): 9781285358437  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358420 Year: 2014

EXPLORER T.H. CULHANE: ENERGY SOLUTIONS A collection of articles linked together by the topic of energy needs and solutions.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358628 ISBN(On level): 9781285358611  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358604 Year: 2014

Science Physical

Science Physical

HIDDEN DISCOVERIE

ROLLER COASTERS

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of hidden discoveries.

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of roller coasters.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358352 ISBN(On level): 9781285358345 ISBN(Above level): 9781285358338 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358536 ISBN(On level): 9781285358529  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358512 Year: 2014


4º ano do Fundamental I Science

Science

Physical

Science

Physical

Physical

Science Physical

AT THE MOVIES

LET’S COOK

LET’S KEEP MOVING!

SUPER STRUCTURES

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of movies

This book is about the science of food.

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of machines that move from one place to another

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of constructing superstructures

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359168 ISBN(On level): 9781285359151  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359144 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358772 ISBN(On level): 9781285358765  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358758 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359076 ISBN(On level): 9781285359069 ISBN(Above level): 9781285359052 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285358895 ISBN(On level): 9781285358888  ISBN(Above level): 9781285358871 Year: 2014


5º ano do Fundamental I Science

Science

Physical

Physical

Science Physical

Science Physical

GOING GREEN

THE SAVAGE MOUNTAIN

THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC

THE WORLD’S OCEAN

This book explores sustainable practices.

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of mountain climbing

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of the Titanic

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of the ocean

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359458 ISBN(On level): 9781285359441  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359434 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359335 ISBN(On level): 9781285359328  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359311 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359274 ISBN(On level): 9781285359267 ISBN(Above level): 9781285272481 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285359199 ISBN(On level): 9781285359182  ISBN(Above level): 9781285359175 Year: 2014


3º ano do Fundamental I Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

LIVING BY THE WATER

LIVING IN THE DESERT

LIVING IN THE MOUNTAINS

LIVING ON THE COAS

LIVING ON THE PLAINS

Articles include Rescue a River and A City by the Water.

Articles include Prickly Plants and Desert Pen Pals.

Articles include Tall Mountains, Big Goals and Surfing the Snowy Mountains.

Articles include: Welcome to the Outer Banks and Two Cities, Two Bays.

Articles include Prairie Dog Towns, Cyrus Heading West and Kids on the Plains.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285347998 ISBN(On level): 9781285348001 ISBN(Above level): 9781285347981 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285347875 ISBN(On level): 9781285347882  ISBN(Above level): 9781285347868 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285347912 ISBN(On level): 9781285347929  ISBN(Above level): 9781285347905 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348032 ISBN(On level): 9781285348049  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348025 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285347950 ISBN(On level): 9781285347967  ISBN(Above level): 9781285347943 Year: 2014


3º ano do Fundamental I Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

WELCOME TO BRAZIL!

WELCOME TO CHINA!

WELCOME TO INDIA!

ROLLER COASTERS

Articles include Into the Rain Forest, Let’s go to Carnival and How Beetle Got Her Coat

Articles include Welcome to China, Rice, and The Thief and the Elephant.

Articles include Welcome to India and the Foolish Timid Rabbit.

Articles include Welcome to Kenya, The Mighty Maasai, The Elephant and the Hare.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348070 ISBN(On level): 9781285348087  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348063 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348193 ISBN(On level): 9781285348209  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348186 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348117 ISBN(On level): 9781285348124 ISBN(Above level): 9781285348100 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348155 ISBN(On level): 9781285348162  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348148 Year: 2014


4º ano do Fundamental I Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE SOUTHWEST

NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE SOUTHEAST

NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE GREAT PLAINS

NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

The Mystery of the Ancient Pueblos and How the Coyote Stole the Sun

Life in a Cherokee Village, Sequoyah and Pieces of the Past

Crazy Horse, the Mighty Buffalo and Horse Power

Towering Totems and the Legend of the Orca.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348711 ISBN(On level): 9781285348728 ISBN(Above level): 9781285348704 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348674 ISBN(On level): 9781285348681  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348667 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348636 ISBN(On level): 9781285348643  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348629 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348766 ISBN(On level): 9781285348773 ISBN(Above level): 9781285348759 Year: 2014

Social Studies

THE GREAT LAKES The Fresh Coast, Alien Invasion and The Mighty Fitz

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348278 ISBN(On level): 9781285348292  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348261 Year: 2014


4º ano do Fundamental I Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

THE GREAT PLAINS

THE PACIFIC COAST

THE GULF COAST

THE NORTH ATLANTIC COAST

THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE

Sea of Grass, The Dust Bowl and Wild Weather

The Ring of Fire, Let’s Hit the Road and Surf’s Up

Welcome to the Gulf Coast, Deadly Winds and Jellies and Other Creatures.

Articles linked together on the topic of the North Atlantic C

Working Under the Water, The Golden Gate Bridge and A Striking Color

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348315 ISBN(On level): 9781285348322 ISBN(Above level): 9781285348308 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348513 ISBN(On level): 9781285348520  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348506 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348353 ISBN(On level): 9781285348360  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348346 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348476 ISBN(On level): 9781285348483 ISBN(Above level): 9781285348469 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348230 ISBN(On level): 9781285348247  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348223 Year: 2014


4º ano do Fundamental I Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

NIAGARA FALLS

EMPIRE STATE BUILDING

SYMBOLS OF LIBERTY

MOUNT RUSHMORE

Mist-ified, Thunder Speaks and Over the Falls

The Eighth Wonder of the World, Going Up and On Top of the World

The national Mall, The Story of a Dream and Honoring Honest Abe.

The faces on the Mountain, Blasting Through and Welcome to Mount Rushmore.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348391 ISBN(On level): 9781285348407  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348384 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348438 ISBN(On level): 9781285348445  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348421 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348599 ISBN(On level): 9781285348605 ISBN(Above level): 9781285348582 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348551 ISBN(On level): 9781285348568  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348544 Year: 2014


5º ano do Fundamental I Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

THE MAYA

THE U.S. CONSTITUTION

THE BILL OF RIGHTS

THE AZTEC

THE INCA

Pyramids in the Jungle, Chocolate and Underwater Archaeology

Meet the Constitution, We the People and Rosa Parks says no.

The Five Freedoms, Know Your Rights and We Protest

Foods of the Aztecs, Aztec Artifacts and Moctezuma II

Who were the Inca?, Inca Artifacts and Lland of the Llamas

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285349237 ISBN(On level): 9781285349244 ISBN(Above level): 9781285349220 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348872 ISBN(On level): 9781285348889  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348865 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348834 ISBN(On level): 9781285348841  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348827 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285349152 ISBN(On level): 9781285349169 ISBN(Above level): 9781285349145 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285349190 ISBN(On level): 9781285349206  ISBN(Above level): 9781285349183 Year: 2014


5º ano do Fundamental I Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

THE PUEBLO

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

Welcome to Mesa Verde, Rock Artist and Who Were the Ancient

Four articles linked together by the topic of Everglades National Park

Welcome to Yosemite, The Legend of El Capitan and Super Climbers

Declaring Freedom, The Road to Independence and Declaration’s Influence

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285349275 ISBN(On level): 9781285349282  ISBN(Above level): 9781285349268 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348957 ISBN(On level): 9781285348964  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348940 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285349114 ISBN(On level): 9781285349121 ISBN(Above level): 9781285349107 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348797 ISBN(On level): 9781285348810  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348780 Year: 2014


5º ano do Fundamental I Social Studies

GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATINAL PARK This book takes a look at the Great Smoky Mountains

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285349039 ISBN(On level): 9781285349046  ISBN(Above level): 9781285349022 Year: 2014

Social Studies

Social Studies

Social Studies

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK

BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK

Welcome to Yellowstone, To Strange to Believe and Return of the Wolf

Welcome to Big Bend, In Search of the Lost Mine, Where Dinosaurs Roamed

Welcome to the Grand Canyon, Brighty the Burro and Grand Canyon Adventures

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348919 ISBN(On level): 9781285348926 ISBN(Above level): 9781285348902 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285348995 ISBN(On level): 9781285349008  ISBN(Above level): 9781285348988 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(Below level): 9781285349077 ISBN(On level): 9781285349084  ISBN(Above level): 9781285349060 Year: 2014


3º ano do Fundamental I Reading/Language Arts) Science

AMAZING PLANTS A collection of articles linked together by the topic of amazing plants

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285389998 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390000 ISBN(On level): 9781285389981  ISBN(Above level): 9781285389974 Year: 2014

Reading/Language Arts) Science

Reading/Language Arts) Science

Reading/Language Arts) Science

DINOSAURS

FORCES OF NATURE

MIXED-UP MATTER

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of dinosaurs

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of the forces of nature

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of mixing and changing matter

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390079 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390086 ISBN(On level): 9781285390062  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390055 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390116 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390123 ISBN(On level): 9781285390109  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390093 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390192 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390208 ISBN(On level): 9781285390185  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390178 Year: 2014


4º ano do Fundamental I Reading/Language Arts) Science

ANIMALS INVADE This book is about invasive species, specifically the cane toad in Australia.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390277 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390284 ISBN(On level): 9781285390260  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390253 Year: 2013

Reading/Language Arts) Science

Reading/Language Arts) Science

Reading/Language Arts) Science

MOON MYSTERIES

NATURE’S GENIUS

WORTH SAVING

The focus of this book is the phases of the moon and partial lunar eclipses.

The focus of this book is biomimicry—how people have copied nature to create products that solve problems.

This book is about endangered and extinct species.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390437 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390444 ISBN(On level): 9781285390420  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390413 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285391038 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285391045 ISBN(On level): 9781285391021  ISBN(Above level): 9781285391014 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390550 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390567 ISBN(On level): 9781285390543  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390536 Year: 2013


5º ano do Fundamental I Reading/Language Arts) Science

Reading/Language Arts) Science

Reading/Language Arts) Science

Reading/Language Arts) Science

CATCH THE LIGHT

CONNECTIONS TO NATURE

TRANSFORMERS

WATERY WORLD

This book takes a different look at light and darkness in our days and nights.

The book shows how two people—past and present—have had their own connection to nature in the Sierra Nevada.

This book explores the concept of transformation—how small and large communities can find ways to repair, repurpose, and artistically craft something beautiful and new out of the old.

This book explores the watery worlds of two very different and amazing sea creatures.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390598 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390604 ISBN(On level): 9781285390581  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390574 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390635 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390642 ISBN(On level): 9781285390628  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390611 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390833 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390840 ISBN(On level): 9781285390826  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390819 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390871 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285489834 ISBN(On level): 9781285390864  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390857 Year: 2013


3º ano do Fundamental I Reading/Language Arts) Social Studies

Reading/Language Arts) Social Studies

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Reading/Language Arts) Social Studies

ALL TOGETHER NOW!

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

ONWARD!

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of people working together.

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of birthday celebrations.

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of making a difference.

A collection of articles linked together by the topic of exploring Antarctica.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285389950 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285389967 ISBN(On level): 9781285389943  ISBN(Above level): 9781285389936 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390031 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390048 ISBN(On level): 9781285390024  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390017 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390154 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390161 ISBN(On level): 9781285390147  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390130 Year: 2014

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390239 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390246 ISBN(On level): 9781285390222  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390215 Year: 2014


4º ano do Fundamental I Reading/Language Arts) Social Studies

Reading/Language Arts) Social Studies

Reading/Language Arts) Social Studies

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HIGH POINTS

IT’S A HOME RUN!

LEND ME A PAW

THE QUEST

This is a book about the high points in the U.S. (mostly), with first-hand and second-hand accounts of an expedition that a young boy had climbing the high points in all 50 states.

The focus of this book is on baseball and baseball traditions.

This book is about service animals, therapy animals, and guide dogs.

The book has three selections that focus on a quest.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390314 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390321 ISBN(On level): 9781285390307  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390291 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390352 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390369 ISBN(On level): 9781285390345  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390338 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390390 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390406 ISBN(On level): 9781285390383  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390376 Year: 2013

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MANY CULTURES

MOVING INTO THE FUTURE

SPEAK OUT

THE OLD WEST

This book takes a look at the influences of many cultures from around the world.

This book offers a look at transportation history, leads the reader to the most innovative transportation developments of today, and playfully considers what the future may be like.

This book focuses on the power of communication—the written word and the spoken word.

The focus of this book is the Old West—both real and legendary.

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390673 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390680 ISBN(On level): 9781285390666  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390659 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390710 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390727 ISBN(On level): 9781285390703  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390697 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390758 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390765 ISBN(On level): 9781285390741  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390734 Year: 2013

Autor: Stephanie Harvey ISBN(One-Below level): 9781285390796 ISBN(Two-Below level): 9781285390802 ISBN(On level): 9781285390789  ISBN(Above level): 9781285390772 Year: 2013


Reading is more fun with the Foundations Reading Library!

Foundations Reading Library Authors: Rob Waring, Maurice Jamall American English The Foundations Reading Library is an exciting series of graded readers written specially to meet the needs of younger learners beginning to read in English. The carefully crafted, age-appropriate stories are designed for middle schools, high schools, and private language institutes. Story genres include adventure, drama, mystery, and romance, and deal with engaging issues and topics for teens Practice, extend, and recycle the most useful frequent vocabulary, phrases, and expressions that beginning learners need Carefully-controlled grammar syllabus that covers the grammar most typically taught in the early years of learning English Supported by Activity Books (including tests), Lesson Planners, and an Audio Program on CD for each level ngl.cengage.com/foundations


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Sarah’s Surprise

Goodbye, Hello!

Rain, Rain, Rain!

It is Sarah’s first day in the café. A man comes into the café, takes some food, but does not give any money to Sarah. What does she do?

Alex meets a beautiful girl in a store. He falls in love, but she goes away. He wants to meet her again, but doesn’t even know her name. How can he meet her again?

Faye is late for school. She gets on her bike and races to school in the rain. She has many troubles getting to school. Is she late for school?

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Bad Dog? Good Dog!

Get the Ball!

The Tickets

Yoon-Hee, and her brother Ji-Sung, go shopping. Yoon-Hee takes her friend’s dog, Dingo, for a walk, but Dingo doesn’t want to go for a walk. What does he really want?

Today is the big soccer game. Anthony isn’t playing well and is angry, and kicks the ball away. Alex goes to get the ball, but that is when he gets into trouble.

Jenny gets some concert tickets for her birthday from Jimmy, but she drops them. Jenny’s friend Kerry finds the tickets. Jimmy sees the tickets in Kerry’s purse. What does he do?

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Sk for Jake

The New Guitar

Trouble at the Zoo

Eric, Yoko, and John find out that Jake Montoya, the world's best skateboarder, is coming to town. But Jake is late for the show. How can Yoko, Eric, and John help out?

Ray wants a guitar for his birthday, but his father won't buy it for him because it is poorly made. Ray secretly buys it, defying his dad, but that only leads to more trouble.

Mike goes to the zoo and starts to annoy the animals there. The zoo keeper yells at him, but Mike gets into even bigger trouble later on.

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Singer Wanted

Old Boat, New Boat

Hot Rock is holding an audition for a new singer. Daniela and Gemma decide to try out. Who gets to be the new singer?

Tyler, David, and Faye find an old boat on the beach. They decide to keep it, but how are they going to get some money to fix it?

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I Always Win!

Slam Dunk for Mark

A Good Friend

Ryan and Tyler are in a big mountain bike race. Tyler is a very good racer and wants to win the race. Ryanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s father gives him a new bike. Ryan does not care how he wins. Will he do anything to win the race?

Mark, the school basketball star, helps his team get into the finals. Mark lives with his sick grandmother. She needs to go to the doctor on the day of the finals. Is he going to take her to the doctor, or play in the final?

Eric asks Yoko to go to the beach to watch the sun go down. Yoko's mother says no, but Yoko wants to go because she likes Eric very much. Later, Yoko climbs out of her window and goes to the beach to see Ericâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and gets into trouble.

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I Spy

Go Jimmy Go!

Do I Tell?

Edgar is a spy. He wants to sell some secret plans, but he is not a good spy and gives the plans to the wrong person. How can he get the plans back?

Jimmy is sports crazy. He is strong, fast, and athletic. He is also in a wheelchair. The whole school is surprised when he enters the -meter race, racing against the other students. Can Jimmy win the race?

Ji-Sung sees some classmates spraying paint at a bus stop. He feels he should tell the police, but the boys are bigger than him. He is afraid they will hurt him if he tells. His problem gets worse as the boys order him to throw stones at some birds. Does he do it? Or does he tell the police?

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Quick Thinking

Quiz Night

Kung Fu Kid

Tyler and John are playing with their remote control cars in the park. Faye and David are on the beach. They see a man take a woman's bag and run to the park. How can they all help the woman?

On Saturday, there is a Quiz Night. Ji-Sung and Gemma both want to win. John wants to help his friend Ji-Sung win. But does Ji-Sung want help with the final question?

It's Adib's first day in the kung fu class. He sees two boys hurting smaller boys. Adib tells them to stop, but this makes the big boys angry. Now they want to hurt Adib, too. What will Adib do?

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Lost at Sea

Mystery on the Island

The Shipwreck

Some of the characters take their boat out for the day to swim near one of the islands. The weather takes a sudden turn for the worse and they are trapped at sea without their engine as night falls. What are they going to do?

At the marina, Daniela, David, and John see two men kidnapping a woman and putting her on a boat. But nobody will believe them, so they follow the boat to an island. Who is this woman, and why did the men kidnap her?

John and David are swimming out at sea when they see a shipwreck. They dive down to the old ship and look around. They are very excited when they see an old treasure chest. What are they going to find inside it? But first they have to worry about a big shark.

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The Big Test

Whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best?

Whereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lorena?

The big test is tomorrow! Everyone is studying hard, but not Steve and Ryan. They have a plan to steal the test. How do they plan to steal it? Will the teacher catch them?

Kate has to choose between the very popular and handsome Scott, and Adib who she meets in art class. He is much quieter, more intelligent, and more interesting, but he's not as popular or as handsome as Scott. Both Adib and Scott ask her out on Saturday. Who will she choose?

Alex's mother asks him to take his younger sister Lorena out. When he is with her, he sees some friends. Alex doesn't want his friends to see him with his little sister, so he tells her to wait while he speaks with them. But when he comes back, Lorena is not there. Where is she?

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Boys vs. Girls

Think Daniela!

The Bear’s Mouth

At the summer camp, some boys and girls start to make trouble for each other. The girls spray the boys with milk, so the boys let some rats out in the girls' cabin. How will this end?

Daniela always tries to help her friends, but she doesn't always think carefully and often makes things worse. When she sees a bear near her friend Faye, she must think quickly. What will she do?

At the summer camp two teams have to race to find some flags hidden in the forest. They are told the final flag is ‘in the bear's mouth.’ Who finds the flag, and how do they get it out of the bear's mouth?

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The Lost Wallet

No, You Canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t!

Does He Love Me?

Two friends, John and Eric, find their teacher's wallet full of money. John wants to give the money back, but Eric wants to spend it. What will they decide?

Anthony's mother stops him from going to the motorbike races. But when his mother finds out he has secretly gone to the races with his grandfather, he gets into a lot of trouble with more than just his family. What's going to happen to Anthony now?

Jenny thinks that her boyfriend Alex, and her best friend, YoonHee, are secretly going out together. Yoon-Hee keeps a diary, and Jenny knows the truth will be in it. One day in the library Jenny sees the diary. Will she look?

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A Helping Hand

Trouble at Sea

The Old Promise

David and his friends are riding their bikes to the beach when they meet some angry dogs. David goes missing, and Tyler and Daniela go to look for him. Then they see his blood. What has happened to David?

When Faye and her friends are swimming, they see a bird covered in oil. Who is putting the oil in the sea, and how can Faye and the others stop them?

A businessman tells Mr. Jenkins that he has to leave the house he was born in. But Faye and her friends think something is wrong and try to help him to stay there. How are they going to help him?

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Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Party!

Do It!

My Mom, the Movie Star

When her parents go away for the night, Jenny invites a few friends to a small party. Many of Jenny's classmates hear about the party and invite themselves. Soon half the school comes to the party. Then things start to go really crazy. What is Jenny going to do?

Ryan loves basketball and dislikes Kenji, who doesn't. So when their teacher forces them to work together on a science presentation, they don't want to. Kenji finds a way to help them both. What is his idea?

Gemma learns that her teacher, Mr. Harris, is a big fan of a movie star, Anita Hamilton. Gemma's mother was an actress many years before, so Gemma tricks Mr. Harris into believing her mother is the movie star. She is horrified when Mr. Harris calls her mother to invite her to give a speech on Sports Day. What will Gemma do?

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The Secret Tunnel

Love Online

The Golden Monkey

Tyler and his friends discover a secret passage in Bayview Museum. They follow the passage down into a room where a huge forgery operation is underway. The curator is carefully replacing the castleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s treasures with near-perfect copies. How are they going to stop the robbers?

Scott loves Sarah, so when he hears that Sarah likes Ji-Sung, he tries to keep Sarah and Ji-Sung apart. How is Scott going to do it? Will he succeed?

When David is working in the museum, he breaks a valuable vase. Then he learns that the vase holds clues to the location of the last Golden Monkey, which men from China plan to collect the next day. David and his friends then look for the missing Golden Monkey. Will they find it in time?

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