Excite and motivate even the most reluctant readers with this collection of visually appealing books. Informational text comes to life
in the Graphic Books, which can be used on their own or in conjunction with a related Leveled Book. The comic strip format of the Comic
Books and the simple, captioned photos in Humor Books make reading fun.
To meet today's rigorous standards, students must read various genres and text types. Graphic Books allow students
to explore nonfiction topics in a visually appealing format with accessible text. Visual learners, as well as
reluctant, struggling readers will enjoy this collection.
The books in this collection use speech bubbles and closely linked text and images, and the Comic & Humor
books also exhibit forms of humor such as word play, situational humor, physical humor, and character humor.
The Cross-Text Lesson accompanying each of the Graphic Books provides tips for how to use the Graphic Book as an introduction
or an extension of the connected Reading A-Z nonfiction Leveled Book. Use the projectable or print version of the book for
whole-class, small-group, or individual instruction. Students can also access Graphic Books through the Reading Room on
Kids A-Z, or you can assign them to students using the Assign button.
These pocket-sized books use favorite characters, such as Mac and Tosh and the Monsters, to teach left to right print tracking, dialogue, and humor.
Humor Books can help you teach critical skills such as making inferences, determining author's purpose, problem solving,
understanding associations among ideas, and mastering language rules and how they can be broken to make fun. Students can also use Wordless
versions of some of the books to write their own jokes and riddles.
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