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Earth Movers (Readings) by Trace Taylor
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Earth Movers (Readings)

by Trace Taylor

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 159301466X, Paperback)

THESE BOOKS WORK LIKE MAGIC! Read the first page and watch your child finish the entire book on his/her own with confidence. Readlings will be your child's favorite books because they CAN READ them! Picture clues with repeating sentence patterns on every page make reading easy for ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS! This nonfiction book about big excavator machines has been leveled at the YY 100 Book Challenge Reading Level. This photographically illustrated book is engaging and educational for all ages. Because this book is a multi-level text, children will be able to read about these tough machines themselves while parents, teachers, and older siblings will be able to share in the experience by reading the WOW! Fact Boxes out loud. Not only will the reader learn about these big industrious machines but they will also learn about how these machines are used in our society and neighborhoods.

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