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Books published by publisher Enslow Elementary

  • Poison Dart Frogs Up Close

    Carmen Bredeson

    Paperback (Enslow Elementary, Jan. 1, 2012)
    Why are they called poison dart frogs, anyway? Learn the answer to this question and more in this exciting installment in the ZOOM IN ON ANIMALS! series. Colorful, up-close photos of these beautiful, tiny frogs in their native habitats give readers a stunning view of these fascinating creatures.
  • Asian-American Crafts Kids Can Do!

    Sarah Hartman

    Library Binding (Enslow Elementary, April 1, 2006)
    Asian-American culture encompasses many different countries. Learn about different cultures while putting together crafts that represent each.
  • Hairless Cats: Cool Pets!

    Dr Alvin Silverstein, Dr Virginia Silverstein, Laura Silverstein Nunn

    Library Binding (Enslow Elementary, March 1, 2011)
    A cat with no hair??!! Cats are known for their soft, fluffy fur, so hairless cats may seem like the oddballs of the cat family. Would you invite this unusual creature into your family? Learn their history and how to care for these unique pets. Award-winning authors Alvin and Virginia Silverstein and Laura Silverstein Nunn give readers the information they need to begin caring for their new pet!
  • Shark or Dolphin?: How Do You Know?

    Melissa Stewart

    Paperback (Enslow Elementary, July 1, 2011)
    They both live in the ocean. They are both large, gray, and eat fish. But one is a shark and the other is a dolphin. How do you know which animal is which? Award-winning children’s author Melissa Stewart explains a few of the many differences between these animals. Stewart’s clear text is paired with stunning underwater photography to show readers just how different these animals really are!
  • African Americans and American Indians Fighting in the Revolutionary War

    Jr. Micklos, John

    Library Binding (Enslow Elementary, Sept. 1, 2008)
    Chock-full of historically accurate information for reports, each title in this series focuses on a different aspect of the Revolutionary War, with in-depth coverage provided in simple sentences and a chapter format perfect for young history fans.
  • I See Triangles

    D H Dilkes

    Paperback (Enslow Elementary, Sept. 1, 2010)
    How many triangles have you seen today? Early learners can read along as they notice triangles in everyday things.
  • Baby Animals of the Frozen Tundra

    Carmen Bredeson

    Library Binding (Enslow Elementary, Jan. 25, 2009)
    Supporting the National Science Education Standards for K-4 Life Science, each book in this series focuses on cute baby animals in a specific biome, taking the reader on a trip through the animals' habitats.
  • Louis Armstrong: King of Jazz

    Patricia C McKissack, Fredrick McKissack

    Paperback (Enslow Elementary, Jan. 1, 2013)
    "Music has been in my blood from the day I was born," said Louis Armstrong. He rose from a troubled childhood and a life of poverty to set the music world on fire. Armstrong's lively trumpet playing, trademark "scat" singing, and natural talent for showmanship dazzled audiences for more than fifty years. In clear, crisp prose, the McKissacks place Armstrong in American musical history and show the impact his extraordinary talent made throughout the world.
  • Fowl Chicken Jokes to Tickle Your Funny Bone

    Amelia Laroche

    Hardcover (Enslow Elementary, Sept. 1, 2014)
    What do you call a crazy chicken that can tell time? A cuckoo cluck! Corny jokes, limericks, tongue twisters, and knock-knock jokes fly through FOWL CHICKEN JOKES TO TICKLE YOUR FUNNY BONE! Learn fun fowl facts about chickens and other birds, and learn how to create your own joke flipbook!
  • What Is Veterans Day?

    Elaine Landau

    Library Binding (Enslow Elementary, Oct. 1, 2011)
    This easy-to-read book is perfect for nonfiction reading or read-aloud. Enjoy a hands-on activity and make a thank-you poster for the veterans in your community!
  • Giraffes Up Close

    Carmen Bredeson

    Paperback (Enslow Elementary, Jan. 1, 2012)
    Giraffes are the tallest animals in the world. Did you know that a giraffe’s legs are as tall as a grown man? Find all sorts of fun and exciting facts about giraffes in this easy-to-read text.
  • Super Sports Star Gary Payton

    Judith J Mandell

    Hardcover (Enslow Elementary, June 1, 2001)
    -- Elementary reading-level books about the lives and careers of sports stars.-- Full color photos with simple sentences make these books enjoyable to read.