1 edition of Handbook for readers found in the catalog.
|Statement||Rockwell & Churchill, printers|
|Publishers||Rockwell & Churchill, printers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Not only does it connect to science standards, but also important life skills of taking care of the environment. The chapters in this Handbook synthesize the research on these topics, focusing Handbook for readers how studies using a cognitive Handbook for readers can shed light on how the reading process works in skilled readers and how children learn to read. I am an ESL teacher, and I like how this book starts with the most common letters and gradually introduces more advanced clusters and words.
Next it talks about what recycling is and how different materials are recycled. 728 Description- Handbook consists of 32 color pages that explain the process of recycling from start to finish and discusses what happens to paper, glass, aluminum cans, and plastic when they are recycled into new products. And, assuming that our non-compost recycled material is not just taken as garbage, it is.
New York: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. 99 Rationale for Selection- I chose this book because it is bright and colorful and includes wonderful information on recycling.
95 Professional Review: Kirkpatrick, Carole B. The wind makes it flap.
Regarding the process of recycling, essential verbs such as "collect", "separate", and "bring" are repeated and bolded in the text to indicate the similar process. : A Handbook for Kids. They both mention the clear breakdown of steps that Gibbons provides. The author employs an expository style of writing to explain the processes.
Boston: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.
It also gives some facts about recycling and garbage in general and tells children what they can do.
Recycling is a part of mainstream in 2015, and this handbook reinforces what happens with recycling beginning at home and explaining why recycling is so important to our planet.