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Books with title Hot and Cold

  • Hot and Cold

    Sian Smith

    Paperback (Heinemann, July 1, 2014)
    With engaging photos and patterned text, books in this series are perfect for introducing emergent readers to the topic of opposites. In Hot and Cold readers are shown fun and familiar examples of hot and cold things and quized on their ability to identify things that are hot or cold. A focus on high-frequency and decodeable words and strong photo-to-text matching makes this a perfect book for early readers to enjoy.
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  • Cold and hot

    Jacqueline Sweeney

    Unknown Binding (Bebop Books, an imprint of Lee & Low Books, March 15, 2000)
    used book, childrens
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  • Hot and Cold

    Cecilia Minden

    eBook (Cherry Lake Publishing, Jan. 15, 2016)
    This Level 1 guided reader illustrates examples of "hot and cold" found in the animal kingdom. Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about opposites and animal habits.
  • Hot and Cold

    Raoul Cauvin, Laudec

    Paperback (Cinebook, Ltd, Aug. 7, 2013)
    Ah, girls! One look from them and little boys freeze... or melt! Being a kid can be confusing. The grown-ups—parents and especially grandparents—get up to the craziest antics. School can be counted on to complicate one's life. And then there are the mysteries of love... Trying to court Chen is a constant struggle for Cedric, who has to contend with shyness, misunderstandings, his own jealousy, poachers... Still. Confusing or not, it's so much simpler when you're nine! At least, that's something his grandad would say...
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  • Hot and Cold

    Joyce Jeffries

    Paperback (Gareth Stevens Leveled Readers, Jan. 1, 2013)
    Playful dinosaurs look at things that are hot and things that are cold.
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  • Hot and Cold

    Sian Smith

    Paperback (Heinemann, Aug. 16, 1732)
    None
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  • Hot And Cold

    Al Granowsky

    Library Binding (Copper Beech, Sept. 1, 2001)
    On a trip to the zoo, Sonya and Greg experience different temperatures and see animals that enjoy temperature extremes.
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  • Hot and Cold

    Erica Donner

    Board book (Jump!, Inc., Aug. 1, 2018)
    Hot and Cold helps emergent readers understand and differentiate between these opposites while providing them with a supportive first nonfiction reading experience. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, ensuring reading success by making sure they arent facing too many challenges at once.
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  • Hot and Cold

    Allan Fowler

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, March 1, 1995)
    Introduces readers to the basic scientific principles of hot and cold, with examples to illustrate the simple concepts of temperature
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  • Hot and Cold

    Angela Royston

    Library Binding (Heinemann, Aug. 24, 2001)
    Describes how we feel hot and cold, why things melt and freeze, and how people measure and use temperature.
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  • Hot and Cold

    Gini Holland

    Paperback (Weekly Reader/Gareth Stevens Pub, July 15, 2007)
    Presents pairs of photographs of similar items, including a hot dog and an ice cream cone, and the sun and the sea, to introduce the difference between hot and cold.
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  • Hot and Cold

    Steffi Cavell-Clarke

    Hardcover (Book Life, )
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