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Level 2-3 Ready to Read Pack of 5 Non-Fiction

Level 2-3 Ready to Read Pack of 5 Non-Fiction
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    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Simon & Schuster
    Series: Ready to Read
    Ages: 5 to 9
    Size: 5¾ X 8¾
    For Grades: K to 3
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    These books have longer sentences, new vocabulary, and simple chapters that are perfect for beginning readers.


    Inside: From Slave to Soldier

    Titles include:


    Sadie: The Dog Who Finds the Evidence

    Sadie is a real dog. She is a special dog with an important job. She helps firefighters and police officers find the causes of fires. That makes her a hero to many people.


    Gabe: The Dog Who Sniffs Out Danger

    Gabe is a real dog. He is a special dog who had an important job. He used his sense of smell to find weapons before they hurt anyone. Gabe saved lives!


    Surprise, Trojans!: The Story of the Trojan Horse

    During the Trojan War, the Trojans receive the gift of a huge wooden horse from the Greeks. Thinking the gift means that they have won the war, the Trojans celebrate. But what they don't realize is that Greek soldiers are hidden inside the huge horse... waiting to attack!


    From Slave to Soldier

    Johnny loves his uncle and his master's mule, but he hates being a slave. So when he's asked to join the Union army, he accepts. Being a soldier is hard work, and Johnny knows it's up to him to come to the rescue!


    Pearl Harbor

    Bringing a dramatic moment of World War II to vivid life, author Stephen Krensky answers questions about the historic importance of the military action at Pearl Harbor. Written in simple yet clear language, the book teaches readers about the political scene before and after the bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese in December 1941, and how this event shaped our country's place in the world.