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Start Smart Books Introduce beginning readers to key financial concepts in the early elementary curriculum. Children build vocabulary and comprehension as they learn the four basic concepts of financial literacy: earning, saving, spending, and sharing. 4 Titles   K... Details
Start Smart Books A Child's Guide to Being a Good Sport Playing a sport can be a lot of fun. Plus, it's great exercise. Being part of a team, or just playing with friends, is more fun for everyone when you know the rules of the game and how to be a good sport. Now... Details
Start Smart Books Discover how Communities are alike and how they differ Children build social studies vocabulary and skills while learning how communities of all sizes are alike. Book features:  Charts, Graphs, Diagrams; Full-color photographs and illustrations,... Details
Early nonfiction for ages 6 to 9 Start Smart Books feature: engaging full-color photograhs lively and engaging illustrations sidebars, charts & graphs fun-facts and special features Table of Contents Glossary and Index Resource list for more... Details
Start Smart Books A child's guide to wellness Children learn about good dietary habits, the benefits of physical activity, keys to good hygiene, and how to live a lifetime of wellness. Readers build science and social studies vocabulary while learning key health and... Details
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