Yellow Umbrella Early Learning 14 Volumes

Yellow Umbrella Early Learning 14 Volumes
    Accelerated Readers
    Code: YELLO101C
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    Publisher: Red Brick Learning
    Series: Yellow Umbrella Early Learning
    Ages: 5 to 9
    Size: 6¼ X 8
    Total Pages: 16
    For Grades: K to 3
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    —A Year in the Desert

    Yellow Umbrella Books for early readers help little ones get a jump on learning in a fun and exciting way. This series covers a wide range of topics to help children learn about the world around them. Each book also includes a glossary and index.

    Titles include:


    Big Babies

    Discusses different baby animals.


    Stone is Strong

    Discusses things that are made out of stone.


    Up, Up, and Away

    Provides an introduction to flying machines including gliders, the first airplanes, helicopters, and jets. Includes information on Orville and Wilbur Wright.


    A Year in the Desert

    Introduces the weather seasons experienced in the Sonoran Desert.


    Corn

    Gives a history on the use of corn.


    Fancy Feet

    Provides an introduction to the history and need for footwear.


    Good Dog!

    Gives an introduction to how dogs can help people.


    Boats, Boats, Boats

    Provides an introduction to the various types of boats including ships, tugboats, and sailboats.


    How Do You Move?

    Introduces movement in human beings and in animals such as running, jumping, and climbing.


    The Story of Orange Juice

    Explains how oranges are grown and harvested, and how orange juice is produced.


    Money Math

    Text and photographs presents different coins and explains the value of each alone and in different combinations.


    They Led the Way

    Discusses four different American leaders and how they spoke out against unfair rules and took action to help many people.


    Toys Long Ago

    Simple text and photos illustrates the historical aspect of toys.


    What Has Changed?

    Explains how new inventions, such as the light bulb and the automobile, have changed the way we live.