Nature's Places

What do polar bears, foxes, and hares have in common? Which desert is the largest in the world? What is the highest elevation at which trees can still grow? From the coldest places in the world to the driest, young readers will discover the habitats of vastly different animals and plants in Nature's Places.

With two-page colorful illustrations, World Book’s Learning Ladders series is for young learners with a primary reading level of grades K-2 looking to learn the basics about nature, science, and their communities. Each nonfiction book was created for children to learn about topics they’re most curious about. Each book in the 10-volume series features colorful illustrations, fun facts, and easy to understand sentences. Words in bold type help early readers build vocabulary skills.

For every book purchased, World Book will donate one to Bernie's Book Bank.

(Example: Buy a 10 volume set, World Book donates 10 books)

SKU: L0K16
ISBN: 978-0-7166-7741-3
Pages: 32
Volumes: 1
Price: $17.95
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    • Concise text reinforces developing reading skills
    • Provides bite-sized information to promote comprehension by early readers
    • Bolded words to help build vocabulary skills
    • Curriculum-oriented content provides the perfect blend of facts, fun, and fiction
    • Includes puzzle pages, fun facts, and true/false quizzes
    • Spreads include introductory text, colorful illustrations with detailed captions, and photographs showing real-world examples of the featured topic.

    On Learning Ladders:

    "Recommended. This comprehensive, fact-filled set introduces basic concepts to early learners." -Library Media Connection