Series: Macmillan McGraw-Hill Leveled Reader Library

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All About Tomatoes by Emma LaContiScience: Informational Nonfiction
The Architects by Meish GoldishSocial Studies: Informational Nonfiction
Australian Desert Animals by Yara S MignonScience: Informational Nonfiction
Cesar Chavez: Fighting for Farm Workers by Judith LechnerSocial Studies: Biography
Computers then and now by Thao PhamScience: Informational Nonfiction
Discovering Lost Cities by Andrew WhitmoreSocial Studies: Informational Nonfiction
The End of an Empire by Jacqueline AdamsSocial Studies: Places and Events
King Philip's War by Rena KorbSocial Studies: Places and Events
The Life of Alexander Hamilton by Rena KorbSocial Studies: Biography
Mary McLeod Bethune by Heera KangSocial Studies: Biography
Sounds all around by Guadalupe V. LopezScience: Informational Nonfiction
Thaddeus Kosciuszko: A Hero of Two Worlds by Becky ChestonSocial Studies: Biography
Vote! by M. Langley BiegertSocial Studies: Places and Events
Watching the stars by Elsa RaubenheimerScience: Informational Nonfiction
Why the Sky Is Far Away by Verity HigginsPlay Time

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