Rookie Read About Series Pack of 15

Rookie Read About Series Pack of 15
    Accelerated Readers
    Code: ROOKI101P
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    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: Scholastic
    Series: Rookie Read About Series
    Ages: 5 to 9
    Size: 6 X 7
    Total Pages: 32
    For Grades: K to 3
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    This set teaches children all about health, geography, and science! This set has colorful pictures along with short easy-to-read sentences, making them the perfect books for young readers.


    Inside— You Have Healthy Bones

    Titles include:


    Lake Tahoe

    Introduces the history, geography, and wildlife of the second deepest lake in the United States.


    Niagara Falls

    A brief introduction to Niagara Falls and some things that you might do there.


    Moscow

    Gives a brief introduction to Russia's capital city, its history, people, and famous sights.


    Food Safety

    Discusses the importance of safely preparing and storing the foods we eat to maintain good health.


    Pinkeye

    Simple text explains what pinkeye is, how it spreads, and common treatments for this eye infection.


    Take Care of Your Eyes

    Explains how eyes work and the different ways that we can protect them.

     


    Tasting

    Explains briefly about one of the important five senses–taste!


    You Have Head Lice!

    Gives a brief look at head lice and explains how they spread and the most common treatments for getting rid of them.


    You Have Healthy Bones!

    This book will show you just what bones do for the body and how your bones grow. It will discuss injuries and ways to keep your bones healthy.


    Earaches

    Details what earaches are, what causes them, and common ways to prevent them.


    Fats, Oils, and Sweets

    Describes what foods fall into the fat, oils, and sweets group and why one shouldn't eat them often.


    Fruits and Vegetables

    Explains how fruits and vegetables are different, why they are nutritious, and how many servings of each to eat in a day.


    Grains

    Discusses what grains are, what foods are made of grain, and why grains are so nutritious.


    Hard-to-See Animals

    Describes how different animals use their coloring to blend into their surroundings.


    Pen Pals Compare

    When Rosa and Eric write each other, they learn the concepts of greater than, less than, and equal to.