Mexico Or Bust!: Migration Patterns
Insect wars, shark feeding-frenzies, worms searching for a date... Readers will be intrigued by these titles and their quirky approach to teaching about body systems, classification, life processes, food chains and webs, nutrition and exercise, microorganisms, ecosystems, and habitats. Raintree Fusion is high-interest nonfiction aligned with curriculum, at a reading level accessible to struggling readers.
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