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On a Safari 5, 10, 15: A Counting by Fives Book On a Safari 5, 10, 15: A Counting by Fives Book > On a Safari 5, 10, 15: A Counting by Fives Book

1, 2, 3 Count with Me

Young readers will build counting skills and content knowledge with these delightful counting books! Each book increases number familiarity and counting skills, while also introducing fun facts about popular early childhood topics. Each spread clearly displays the featured number, plus photos to depict that number of objects. Simple text and high-impact photos develop basic math skills.
The Glorious Forest that Fire Built The Glorious Forest that Fire Built > The Glorious Forest that Fire Built

2023 Reviewed Titles

Explore and shop the titles that earned remarkable reviews this year!

Do You Really Want to Yell in a Cave?: A Book about Sound Do You Really Want to Yell in a Cave?: A Book about Sound > Do You Really Want to Yell in a Cave?: A Book about Sound

Adventures in Science

You don’t have to be wearing a lab coat to learn about science—science starts with observing the world around us! Adventures in a cave, in the dark, in bad weather, and even in the kitchen provide the backdrop for learning about the properties of sound, light, heat, and more. Use these books to show kids how science is relevant in our everyday lives.
Mary, Anna, and the Little Brother: The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox Remixed Mary, Anna, and the Little Brother: The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox Remixed > Mary, Anna, and the Little Brother: The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox Remixed

Aesop's Fables Remixed

Aesop’s fables are still relevant, even though it can be hard for young people to identify with the tales. This series remixes the fables into modern settings with relatable human characters. We may not be crying “wolf,” but lying still leads to mistrust, and these updated stories let kids explore how the morals relate to their lives.
Explore a Cave Explore a Cave > Explore a Cave

Amazing Adventures

What’s more fun than exploring? In this beginning reader series, young readers will dive deep, journey far, and discover new parts of their world. Colorful action photos and carefully chosen text makes reading these books truly an Amazing Adventure!
Bears Bears > Bears

Amazing Animal Hunters

From tigers prowling on prey to creepy spiders that wind webs and sharks that sweep through the ocean, this series explains the lives of different carnivores that hunt the land, air, and water for food. “Case Study” sections profile individual species, and records and facts about unique animals are included in the back of each book. This series will intrigue interested browsers and report writers alike!
Searching for Murder Clues Searching for Murder Clues > Searching for Murder Clues

Amazing Crime Scene Science

Science can catch criminals. Students will love digging in to the history of forensic science and learning how blood spatters, saliva, DNA, and more can provide evidence to convict a criminal. High profile, real-life cases are featured in case files and case studies, and fact boxes help break up the text.
Bees Build Beehives Bees Build Beehives > Bees Build Beehives

Amicus Illustrated

Tractors Pull Tractors Pull > Tractors Pull

Amicus Ink Board Books

“These durable books are eye-catching, engaging, and quick and painless to repeat upon request.” —Kirkus With just enough words for a toddler's attention span, these nonfiction stories will inspire little ones to read, play, and move. The photographic board books combine simple, charming photos with repeated sound effects and short sentences to encourage kids to read along.
Axolotls Axolotls > Axolotls

Amicus Learning

On a Safari 5, 10, 15: A Counting by Fives Book On a Safari 5, 10, 15: A Counting by Fives Book > On a Safari 5, 10, 15: A Counting by Fives Book

Amicus Readers

Food 100 Years Ago Food 100 Years Ago > Food 100 Years Ago

Amicus Readers. 100 Years Ago (Level 2)

One hundred years ago, macaroni and cheese in a box didn’t exist, little boys wore dresses, and using the bathroom at school meant going to the outhouse. These fascinating reads about daily life will have amazed kids drawing comparisons to the way they do things now.
Butterfly Butterfly > Butterfly

Amicus Readers. Animal Life Cycles (Level 2)

How long does it take for a butterfly egg to hatch? How many litters can a mouse have in one year? This friendly look at animal life cycles features a timeline of each animal’s life cycle and a life cycle sequencing activity in every book. Professional photography and easy-to-read text showcase the animals’ growth from birth to adulthood with amazing clarity and beauty.
Surviving an Earthquake Surviving an Earthquake > Surviving an Earthquake

Amicus Readers. Be Prepared (Level 2)

Storms and disasters can be scary for kids, but if they know what to expect, they’ll be less afraid. Be Prepared, an Amicus Readers Level 2 series, provides simple explanations of storms and offers reassuring steps that families can take to prepare for disasters. Perfect for supporting disaster preparedness weeks and practice drills in the lower grades.
Young and Old Young and Old > Young and Old

Amicus Readers. Let's Compare (Level A)

This simple look at opposites uses repetitive sentence structures and familiar vocabulary to give budding readers success. Although written at a very low level, the author’s themes tie all the examples together to give a sense of story. Picture glossaries introduce new vocabulary and simple quizzes and activities at the end of each book help solidify comprehension.
Animal Tracks Animal Tracks > Animal Tracks

Amicus Readers. Our Animal World (Level 1)

Introduce readers to quirks of the animal world, from camouflage and spines used for defense to the homes they build and the tracks they leave behind. With surprising facts and carefully leveled text, these books are the perfect way to hold young readers’ interest in nonfiction.
Stonehenge Stonehenge > Stonehenge

Ancient Wonders

Visit architectural wonders and travel back in time with this series that clearly explains not only the wonderful and amazing constructions, but also the people behind them, their cultural importance, and how these wonders were built.
Animals Up and Down Animals Up and Down > Animals Up and Down

Animal Antonyms

New readers will love learning all the ins and outs of animal antonyms with these delightful books. Colorful photos of animals in the natural world draw in young students and make opposite concepts easy to visualize. Simple, accessible text and fun facts make learning fun.
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