|Product Name||Fantastic Planet (Extreme Readers: Level 2)|
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|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 0756968410|
|Long Description||Dare to read the extreme! The Fantastic Planet takes a look at the most extreme opposites on earth including, the deepest canyon, the most violent volcano, and more! This unique level 2 nonfiction reader for kindergarten to grade 1 learners will help them explore reading on their own. Dramatic photographs, graphic illustrations, and an amazing “Extreme Facts” list will keep them turning the page. The fact-based approach also makes this book a valuable resource. Children will love to learn to read when give this Extreme Reader! The best-selling Extreme Readers is an exciting series for early readers to explore reading on their own. These unique leveled nonfiction readers feature over 30 titles for preschool to grade 2, covering high-interest topics that will grab children’s attention from the very first page. With the current educational emphasis on reading in content areas and reading comprehension, the Extreme Readers will be a welcome addition at school and at home! Check out our other titles!|
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