Houghton Mifflin Leveled Nonfiction Readers provide the right leveled reader for every student. Whether they are used to complement the core program or as the main materials in daily instruction, these collections help meet all learning needs in the classroom by building fluency and independence for every student, extending key themes and concepts across curriculum areas, providing practice and the application of skills and strategies, supporting small-group instruction, and meeting state standards.
- 15 Facts about Stars - A Drop of Water - Daughters of Liberty - El Nino - Life on the Serengeti - Marie Curie - Mighty Ironclads and Other Amazements - On Board the Santa Maria - Pocahontas - Prohibition - San Francisco Shakes - School Days in 1700 - Tracing the Anasazi - Turn Up the Radio - Whale! Nantucket Whaling Days - What Does an Electrician Do? - What Is the Media? - "What Shall Workers Do?" - Wind, Water, and Ice - Women Writers - Voices from the 1800s
Added: - A Walk with John Muir - Angel Island and the Land of Promise - Father Eusebio Francisco Kino - Fur Traders of New France - George Washington Carver - Going West - Trials and Trade-Offs - John Paul Jones and the Battle at Sea - Peter Salem - Hero of the Revolution - The Amazing Amoeba - The Navajo Code Talkers - The Wright Brothers, First Flyers - Wake Up, Young Soldier - Where Does Drinking Water Come From? - Who Was Poor Richard? - Colonials to Remember - William Harvey - A New Kind of Scientist - Wind and Water - Two Great Powers - Women in the Vietnam War
Added: - A Tall Tale to Tell - Barbara McClintock - Biomes - Citizens of the World - Clean and Clear - Common Compounds on Earth - Elements in Your Body - First Family - The Roosevelts - Flatboat Mondays - Global Energy - I Care - American Reformers - It's in the Air - Maple Sugaring - Marvelous Metals - Mish Michaels, Weather Forecaster - Niagara Falls - The Power of Water - Space Wardrobe - Through the Cell Wall - Tornado Chasers