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Paper Products - PB
Paper Products - PB
Paper Products - PB
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US$6.95
US$6.95
 
Paper Products looks at this material’s many uses—some which may surprise you! Paper is made into thousands of items, such as books, newspapers and packaging. Easy-to-read text and colorful diagrams and photos will draw young readers into discovering this everyday material.

Reading Level: Gr. K-2
Interest Level: Gr. K-3
Guided Reading Level: L
Binding: Paperback
Series: Everyday Materials
Author(s): Andrew Langley

Format
Size: 8 ¼″ × 9″
No. of Pages: 24
Index Included: Yes
Glossary Included: Yes

GRL: L
ATOS: 3.2
Dewey: 676
Lexile: 590L
Copyright: 2009

Reviews
Paper Products

“Everyday Materials is an�ideal series of�informational books�to use with younger students in a whole-group setting or at a station to support content in technology, engineering, or physical properties.” — National Science Teacher's Association, 01/09 “Paper Products�offers a�unique and relevant view of a common material. This book�is outstanding because of�the striking photography that accompanies each page in the narrative of paper making.�The eye-catching photography�shows�readers�the process of paper making and helps the�text explain�the importance of recycling.�A quiz and�topic web diagram relate the concepts.�The book includes a glossary of science-specific vocabulary, a list of other recently published books about paper for more reading, websites to visit, and an index. This book is listed for kindergarten through grade 3 and has a reading level of�K–2.�Its small size makes it ideal for classroom collections. Teachers will be able to use this outstanding book for years to come when discussing paper, paper products, the paper-making process, and recycling.” — National Science Teacher's Association, 01/09 “This series introduces common materials in an engaging style. The text and photos work together, progressing from the definition of the material to how it is manufactured and what it is used for. Bordered insets are used to expand the topic, encourage application of the new knowledge, or pose questions for exploration....The large type, bright photos, and uncluttered layout will allow large and small group use.” —School Library Journal, 11/08