"Petruccio’s vivid illustrations clearly support and sometimes extend the ideas in the text. Children who have listened to the book read aloud could easily return to the illustrations and tell the story for themselves."
Petruccio’s realistic illustrations depict José as an enthusiastic, wide-eyed dreamer, working hard to overcome rejection. While this is a straightforward biography, it is told in an optimistic voice, and Hernández’s story will inspire children of all ages who may feel that their dreams are unachievable.” Booklist
" The very youngest readers can learn all about sharks-the fiercest of the fish family-in this informative Level 1. The simple, clear text and striking pictures makes this a perfect first introduction to these amazing creatures."
An easy format retelling of the classic fairy tale, The Gingerbread Man, who avoids being eaten. Newly re-illustrated with a fresh and modern look, these Beginning-to-Read books foster independent reading and comprehension.
Set in the late 1800s, this chapter book set features the adventures of city girl Anna during her summer at her extended family's rural farm. Maple Tree Farm is part of our Picture the Past series, which offers historical fiction tales that teach students about new times and places through the eyes of the books' heroes
Nelly and her parents are escaping slavery via the Underground Railroad.
Will they make it safely to the North?
Each book presents a complete Bible story children will understand and remember. Known all over for their biblical and historical accuracy, Arch Books are accessible, engaging, affordable, and collectible—perfect for teachers and parents as they teach their children how God works in all aspects of our lives.