Win a 24 book library!

Earlier in the week I blogged about some exciting new Spectrum Nonfiction Readers by Carson Dellosa. You can see that original post HERE.  I was able to sample three of the titles and I was very impressed.





Once I put them in my library, my kids were all over them! They were immediately drawn in by the covers and they were soon a hot commodity. The text is completely engaging and the pictures really grabbed their attention. These books are perfect for teaching non-fiction text features which is so important for meeting Common Core Standards.



At the end of each book, there are some great comprehension questions. I love that I can use these for a center or for some of my fast finishers. They're great for buddy reading or to send home for families to read together.



How would you like to have an entire 24 book set of these gems? Well, one of you lucky ducks will get just that! The fine folks at Carson-Dellosa have agreed to give away the entire library of this series to one lucky reader. That's 24 amazing non-fiction books that span K-2 worth almost $100!  I'm a little jealous that I can't win my own giveaway!

You can enter using the Rafflecopter widget below. The only requirement is to click on over to see the whole collection of Spectrum Nonfiction Readers and leave a comment to let me know which title looks the most interesting to you.

Good Luck!
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202 comments

  1. I could totally see my boys grabbing for the "Run! Predators" (girls too)!

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  2. My kids are pretty obsessed with animal books so Deadly Animals and Wacky Pets would be big hits in my room! Fingers and toes crossed over here!!

    ❤ -Stephanie
    Falling Into First

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  3. The Amazing Structures is cool but they ALL look awesome!!
    Crystal
    survivingateacherssalary at gmail dot com

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  4. Using my ESP..."I really really want these, Denise!"

    Jenn
    Best Practices 4 Teaching

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  5. I love the Wild Weather book! My kids would love these too!

    Amy
    The Resource(ful) Room

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  6. I like the Look Closely! Hidden Animals one. These look great for meeting Common Core requirements with informational text

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  7. Run! Predators reader looks amazing!

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  8. My group would love the Creepy Crawlers!

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  9. I like the Amazing Structures best but they are all really awesome! The kids will eat those topics up! I really want to win this one!!!!
    :)Kim

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  10. This looks fun! My boys would LOVE the deadly animal book! It's hard getting them to want to read books that aren't about 'boy' stuff!

    Jessica
    Second Grade Nest

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  11. Animal Journeys looks good to me, but the kids would be all over Snakes... :o)

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  12. Wow! What a great prize. I have a class full of boys and they love their nonfiction books,these would be right up their alley
    Emily
    eheynach@gmail.com

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  13. Definitely the deadly animals! They will LOVE it!!!

    Thanks for sharing!
    Sarah
    The Fabulous First Grade

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  14. Hands Down! WILD WEATHER! My kids love studying weather in Journeys!

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  15. oh, I always love books about the human body...totally fascinating! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  16. Love me some sea animals.. but I bet the human body book would be a big hit with the kiddos!

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  17. My 2nd grade boys would love the Wacky Pets :) Awesome giveaway!

    Jamie at 2nd Grade Stuff

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  18. Cool sea life looks the most interesting to me! Love them all though!
    ThePolishedTeacher

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  19. I think Incredible Foods looks like fun. Any of the animal books would be a big hit in my classroom though. :)

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  20. I like the Deadly Animals book!

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  21. Fingernails and toenails, gotta love that stuff! The human body is a great thing.


    faithfulinfirst.blogspot.com

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  22. These look great! I would be interested in Sea Life, Big Animals, and the Human Body!

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  23. The Wacky Pets book looks really fun. Pet books are very popular in our Media Center.

    The Book Bug

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  24. The Extreme Earth Reader looks interesting. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  25. The look closely hidden animals would fit perfectly with the theme we are doing in Imagine It!
    Peggy Miller

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  26. My kids love I Spy I think they would like the Hidden Animals.

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  27. Wacky Pets looks fun! I hope I win as I'm in desperate need of more nonfiction for my second graders! Thanks for such an awesome giveaway!
    Linda
    AroundtheKampfire

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  28. My kids would love a lot of them, but I think I would be most partial to Wacky Pets myself! :)

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  29. My firsties would eat these up! I think they'd love them all, but "Warning! Disasters" and "Creepy! Crawlers" would probably be the most popular. Thank you!

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  30. I'm having a hard time choosing just one! Strange Plants looks good, but so does the Hidden Animals!!!!I WANT THIS SET.

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  31. Would love them all but the Warning Disasters would be loved by all!

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  32. I love nonfiction!! I think my boys would love Thrilling Sports!! What a great set!!

    Christa
    sweetlifeofsecondgrade

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  33. Wacky pets looks....interesting... :O) How fun!
    Amanda
    Collaboration Cuties

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  34. THe boys would love any of these! I like Look Closely! Hidden Animals myself.

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  35. I think the Shh! Night Animals would be great....or Maybe the Stop! Crime Scene Reader! Too hard to really decide! They all look good really!
    Stacee
    ringo406@hotmail.com

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  36. I love the cool sea life reader. My kiddos are all about nonfiction, so this would be great!!

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  37. Probably any of the books about animals. My students love animals! Especially bugs of all things!
    Liz
    Teaching in the Valley

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  38. pick me! i'd love the wacky pets series!

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  39. Just started thinking about next year and how I need guided reading books. These would be great! Thanks for the chance.

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  40. All look fabulous!! Non fiction is huge in my classroom! The food and sea life loos fun!

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  41. Love these! My favorite right now would be Cool Sea Life! We are studying ocean & Hawaii soon, so this particular one would be perfect!
    Thank you!

    Amy Howbert
    Little Miss Organized
    amyhowbert1@gmail.com

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  42. I think the one about outer space and crime looks interesting... and and and... aw, they all look great. They definitely will fit with my students (all boys).

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  43. I like Look Closely Hidden Animals. It would go great with our reading unit on camouflage.
    rosemarykn@comcast.net

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  44. Oooh, we LOVE nonfiction! I personally think Stop! Crime Scene looks fascinating. My kids would be all about Warning! Disasters. :)

    cathy@missversteeg.com

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  45. Extreme Earth and Outer Space look interesting to me!

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  46. The Wacky Pets Reader has really caught my eye - the kiddos will love these! ;)
    Julene Hoffman
    jhoffman143@yahoo.com

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  47. I predict that the Thrilling! Sports and Strange! Plants will be hits! Probably Dangerous! and Deadly will get a big reaction too! I so hope we win so I can see if I am right.

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  48. My kiddos love gross stories so I think they would like the Incredible Foods book. This week we read about bugs (as in insect parts) in our food and they were TOTALLY enGROSSed in that book.

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  49. My students would love the Intense! Machines Reader.
    Colleen

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  50. My students love to read about animals and I think they would like to read about the Hidden Animals! But they all look fun!

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  51. They all look great but my 2nd graders would love the Wacky Pets! Hope to win!

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  52. I would like the Cool! Sea Life Reader because I find seahorses fascinating. My second graders would love the Awesome Snakes Reader. Snake books are always popular with my boys.

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  53. Anything with animals. The creepier the better!

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  54. I LOVE all the animal ones. The Wacky Pets would go over well with my kiddos though! :)

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  55. My firsties would love these...they are always asking me wacky science questions...LOL

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  56. I work at science school and these would be amazing!! :)

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  57. STOP Crime Scene! Only because I have nothing else like it and I know all my kiddos would grab it!
    Rachel

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  58. What a great giveaway! My kids love non-fiction and I know they would get into all of the choices that are focused on topics other than animals. Of course, they would love the interesting animal topics offered too, but but we have recently talked about finding selections related to other topics. For this reason, the great selections such as sailing, machines, disasters, etc. are what interest me most right now. Thanks again for this fabulous opportunity!!

    Sarah E. Masters
    Hootsnhollers.blogspot.com

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  59. My students are so into non-fiction this year. I would love to win.
    Jeanne
    J28ber@gmail.com

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  60. My boys love stuff like this. Creepy Crawlers would probably be their favorite.

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  61. I think my kids would like wacky pets the best. Fingers crossed. Jory Smith Snyder

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  62. Cool! Sea Life! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  63. Danger! Deadly Animals. My son loves stuff like that!

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  64. I've always done a big unit with really cool activities on camoflauge and animal adaptations, so the Look Closely, Hidden World book would be great. I actually had a hard time picking just one. They all look like something my second graders would eat up!!!

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  65. I've always done a big unit with really cool activities on camoflauge and animal adaptations, so the Look Closely, Hidden World book would be great. I actually had a hard time picking just one. They all look like something my second graders would eat up!!!

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  66. I've always done a big unit with really cool activities on camoflauge and animal adaptations, so the Look Closely, Hidden World book would be great. I actually had a hard time picking just one. They all look like something my second graders would eat up!!!

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  67. I've always done a big unit with really cool activities on camoflauge and animal adaptations, so the Look Closely, Hidden World book would be great. I actually had a hard time picking just one. They all look like something my second graders would eat up!!!

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  68. I've always done a big unit with really cool activities on camoflauge and animal adaptations, so the Look Closely, Hidden World book would be great. I actually had a hard time picking just one. They all look like something my second graders would eat up!!!

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  69. Anything with animals would be a huge hit! Wacky Pets and Big Animals caught my eye right away.
    jkmatuch@aol.com

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  70. Predators and Hidden animals would tie into our curriculum perfectly! But there are so many to choose from that would engage my lower readers!

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  71. My kindergarteners love non-fiction! They would really enjoy Amazing Structures and the Wacky pets!!

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  72. Deadly Animals! Would love to add this to my classroom library!

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  73. I think my kids would love Deadly Animals! All of these books look amazing. They would be soo happy to have these (and so would I)! :)

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  74. Keeping boys interested in reading is a challenge as a 2nd grade teacher but the more gross and creepy it is, the better! They will ooh and ahh over the Creepy Crawlers. I will use Extreme Earth for our landform/landmark unit. The girls will love the cute Wacky Pets! I also love that it shows on the small map where the cool animals come from. That will be perfect for our continent unit and animal research projects!

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  75. I think my kids would like Deadly Animals

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  76. I like the Strange Plants, we recently read about Venus flytraps and my kids were fascinated. Stephb38429@gmail.com

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  77. Phew, had to scroll down quite a bit. :) I love Science and these books look awesome!
    Amy
    chevalier.amy76@gmail.com

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  78. I think the sea life one would be my favorite but they all look so interesting! My kids would be amazed!
    Gina

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  79. These books look amazing for primary students! They love nonfiction books! My favourites were Sea Life, Wild Weather, and Deadly Animals. My kids would love this set:)
    Natalie
    Natalies Nook

    lamontfamily@bell.net

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  80. I think the sports book would be very popular in my room as well as the machines! Great way to get those boys reading!

    Kljenk@swbell.net

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  81. Fascinating Human Bodies!

    Aimee
    aimee@vanmiddlesworth.org
    Pencils, Books, and Dirty Looks

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  82. Wow! Thanks for the chance to win. My students love the nonfiction section of our school library so I know they would love these books. I think the wild weather, thrilling sports, outer space, and ALL the animal books would be very popular in my classroom!
    Nissa
    nissacronin@gmail.com

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  83. Fascinating Human Bodies! These are cool books!!!
    katie.neustadter@gmail.com

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  84. These look awesome! I think my kids would love the "Incredible Foods" book. We have a book about weird food and it has made the rounds in my class! Thanks for sharing!!
    Kelly

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  85. Wacky Pets would be a huge hit in my classroom!!

    Emily
    eah719@hotmail.com

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  86. My boys would love the deadly animals one!

    Sara :)
    Smiling In Second Grade

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  87. I love these books! Deadly animals got my attention because it's something out of the ordinary. They would all appeal to my 2nd graders. What a way to learn about informational text per the Core. Thanks for this opportunity!
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  88. Looks like a great collection of books! Thanks for the giveaway. teacherbenanderson@yahoo.com

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  89. This is an awesome collection of books! The Cool Sea Creatures totally caught my eye!! We are starting our Ocean unit soon and I know my kiddos would love that book!

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  90. Definitely attention grabbers! I want to read Wacky! Pets but I'm sure my class would be all over Awesome! Snakes. Great price too! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  91. We are studying animals in Science for the next 9 weeks so these would be GREAT! The deadly animals would probably be my kiddos favorite!! Great giveaway!
    Primary Punch

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  92. My kids love the Scholastic Vocabulary Readers. They would LOVE these. I think they would like the sports one the most. But also that plant one looks cool. :)
    Jean
    Diving Into 2nd Grade

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  93. I love them all, and I know my kids would too. The one I most want is the Sea Life one - because we are currently doing a HUGE Sea Life Unit in preparation for our next Exhibition!

    Rae
    Mindful Rambles

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  94. Love the Alert Wild Weather book. It has beautiful illustrations that are sure to grab my students' attention. Also, I can use it as a resource when teaching our Earth Science unit.

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  95. My kids would love all the animal books. We're finishing up our animal reports, and they just can't get enough of animal facts!

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  96. What a collection! Every classroom needs these book!

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  97. Super books! Any book with the words Extreme or Incredible or Ultimate or Danger in the title would totally motivate my students!

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  98. My kids are all about the nonfiction animal books right now. I would love to add these to our library!!

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  99. Would like any of them.....Cool Sea Life

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  100. My kids would be all over these! The most interesting one to me would be "Odd! Birds."

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  101. LOVE THEM! Always looking for interesting nonfiction, especially for my below readers. I'm so happy you showed us pages - sometimes I order things and they are too easy or too hard for my kiddos. I really liked the Shh! Night Animals - saw the kangaroo on the cover (had no idea it was nocturnal, but now makes sense since I always see them lying around at the zoo!).

    Would love to win the whole series just to share with our reading resource teacher and maybe she could order sets of them! :)

    Thanks for showcasing them!

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  102. iLife Carson Dellosa!!! I think my second graders would love Wacky Pets the most!!!

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  103. So Cool! Sea Life would be my favorite, but this year a have a spunky little girl who keeps asking to learn about snakes ~ Awesome! Snakes would be perfect for her.
    Maria
    First Grade Carousel

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  104. I think the kids would be all over the Weather one! They love that stuff so much.

    Yay Carson-Dellosa! These look great.

    Apples, Owls, and Peppermint Mochas

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  105. My kiddos would love these! I think the deadly animals would be hard to keep on the shelf in my classroom!
    ~Jen

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  107. These are fabulous!! Fingers crossed! Mysterious Outer Space reader looks awesome!
    ✿Sue✿
    Science for Kids Blog

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  108. I have almost all boys in my class so this is right up their alley! They would love all of the titles, but I think the Creepy animals would be a favorite!

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  109. I hope to win!

    These are fabulous

    I think the Sea Life would be my fave

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  110. My students love nonfiction. I like the Wacky Pets the most as they always want to tell about their pets! Thanks

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  111. My kids would LOVE the disasters book, but we do a big unit about Earth, so that one would be great!
    What a great giveaway!

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  112. Would love the animal journeys ....great addition for our upcoming unit on Grassland and Tundra. Of course, my students would love any of these! thanks for the opportunity to win

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  113. My class would love anything with pets! :)

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  114. Definitely the "Cool! Sea Life Reader"! My students love my collection of books related to the oceans and this would be a great addition!!!

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  115. I am teaching summer school and our readers who struggle would love Deadly Animals. Thanks so much.

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  116. My students would love all of them but if I had to pick on it would be the wacky pets. They would love to learn about different types of pets people have.
    becky.bacon@cox.net

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  117. Yes, I agree that my students would like all of these titles because they are about real things. But, I think they would especially like Fascinating Human Bodies. The kiddos will begin to look at themselves differently.

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  118. I love the sea life one. So cool.
    Amberappleamber@aol.com

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  119. My students love non-fiction (especially about animals). My favorite is the Wacky Pets!

    Lindsey - lmburto@gmail.com

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  120. With the push toward informative texts as opposed to narratives, I find anything based on biology to be the new "go-to" for my kids. The human body and anything animal related is the best! I like that it gives the opportunity to make text-dependent questions that serve as interesting trivia as well. I love this set of books, though I think the Night Animals and Foods are the most interesting books.

    ~Candice

    ckamencik@gmail.com

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  121. Wacky Pets - My students love to read and hear about different animals!

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  122. Cool! Sea Life would be my favorite. I loved teaching my first graders with the MARE curriculum. Maybe I'm also extra-jazzed on sea life at the moment,since we just visited the aquarium in Charleston,SC, and Sanibel Island in Florida!

    Linda Nelson
    Primary Inspiration

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  123. We just started our Text Features unit and these would be perfect!

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  125. These books are great! I think they would be interested in the Fascinating Human Bodies! Who doesn't want to know more about themselves.

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  126. My students would love anyone of the books about animals.

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  127. Wow! Big Animals Reader

    My students would love these books!!!

    MTC580@gmail.com

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  128. Wacky pets...my kiddos love talking about their animals at home!

    payne.kaitlin@gmail.com

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  129. Love the whole series but the cool sea life would be my class favorite. They love ocean books. I love anything Carson-Dellosa.
    Angie
    Buchanana@flaglerschools.com

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  130. I love the Deadly Animals one! My students would be all over those books!

    Jana
    Thinking Out Loud

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  131. This set looks wonderful! I like the one about intense machines and the one about sports. It is always hard to find ones that my boys are really into. I think they would really like these. Keeping my fingers crossed! Liz in South Dakota
    lparce@hotmail.com
    elizabeth.parce@k12.sd.us

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  132. I can see my boys getting into a bunch of these! especially the Thrilling Sports or the Deadly Animals :-)
    Karen
    tommysmom0206@yahoo.com

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  133. These books look really cool! My students would love them all expecially Wacky Pets and Creepy Crawlers.

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  134. They all look great! The Run Predators title looks like one my boys would especially like.

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  135. My kids would LOVE the Deadly Animals one! Thanks for giving us the chance to win!

    Jenny
    Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

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  136. These books would be great for reluctant readers!!!

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  137. Whew have been learning about animal camouflage in our reading unit. My kids would love the sea creatures and night animals books!!

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  138. These look AWESOME for using with my Special Needs students. They love books like this.

    Sandy
    tiggernpooh55@yahoo.com

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  139. I saw these books a while ago and added them to my wish list. I teach overseas in Tanzania and the summer shopping is so close I can taste it. I know my kids would love them!

    Thanks,
    Miss Rorey

    Miss Rorey's Room

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  140. I am most interested in the Stop: Crime scene book. I hope I win. :)

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  141. I think Incredible Foods looks pretty interesting. :)

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  142. All of the books look great, but I could see my kids LOVING Wacky Pets! They love anything out of the ordinary!

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  143. Great giveaway -- these books look awesome! I clicked over, and the one that looks the most interesting to me is the Mysterious Outer Space. :)

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  144. My class would love these books! I love all of the titles, but especially Sea Life!

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  145. My students are SO into animals this year... they would love any of the animal ones I'm sure! What a great resource :-)

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  146. My kids would love the Wild Weather book.

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  147. What a great looking set of books! My students would enjoy the Amazing Human Bodies book.

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  148. These look great. I love how both my boys and girls are really into nonfiction right now. I think they would love all of them but would really enjoy the animal ones or the interesting food!

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  149. I am always looking for more nonfiction books. These look great!

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  150. These books look great! I like that there are some easier titles and then some that look more like grade level so even those below the line kiddos have something. The Strange Plants looks interesting!

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  151. These look really great! My favorite one is Danger-Deadly animals. I love the comprehension questions & bright pictures. These readers will surely keep my students' attention. mbreiman63@yahoo.com

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  152. Oh my goodness! How do I choose just one? My kids love anything about animals so all of the animal books would be great! These are great for common core! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  153. My boys would love the extreme machines. I can use Nature's Helpers and the Body Facts to gain attention to health and habitats.
    Thanks for sharing these selections.

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  154. Amazing Structures would capture the attendion of many in my room!

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  155. My kids would love them all, but would probably be most interested in the Snakes or Wild Weather readers.

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  156. It would be hard to pick just one, but I think my students would enjoy the Sea Life.

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  157. I would like the Wacky Pets book the most

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  158. These readers look awesome! I would personally be most interested in the "Stop! Crime Scene" reader as I find that topic fascinating! Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Karyn
    Kideducator@comcast.net

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  159. "Cool Sea Life" would be a great for my upcoming Ocean Unit! I really need non-fiction in my classroom library. As a new primary teacher, I need as many books as I can get!

    Emma
    msemmasedventure@gmail.com

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  160. I liked the Animal Helpers title. I am always fascinated by the relationships wild animals have. Of course my students would be more interested in predators or snakes.

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  161. I love this series. Illustrations are fantastic. My favorite is Wild Weather that I would use with my weather unit in April!

    Michelle
    duhs0024@comcast.net

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  162. Intense Racers! Titles like these would be wonderful for my reluctant readers! Thank you!

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  163. Intense Racers! Titles like these would be wonderful for my reluctant readers! Thank you!

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  164. Any of the titles would be great, but I think they'd love Stop! Crime Scene because it is so different than any topic they are used to reading about.

    Ashley
    amorris@mcelwain.org

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  165. I think they all look facinating, but I think my boys would LOVE Snakes or Deadly Animals and my girls would like Human Body. Thanks!!

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  166. They all look amazing! Love the Earth and Space! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  167. Wacky Pets would be such a hit with the students. Pets are so important.

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  168. I think my fourth graders would really go for the outer space one!

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  169. Love the Hidden Animals! We would have so much fun searching for them together!

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  170. I think I like the amazing structures book. Great resource for learning.

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  171. Wacky Pets! looks really fun! My students just love learning about animals, especially pets!

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  172. Not sure if my comment posted or not.

    My kids would love the Wacky Pets.

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  173. These look fantastic! I just had professional development today, and all we could talk about was the lack of books in our charter school!

    I am dying to get my hands on Alert! Wild Wearher!

    khorniacek@gmail.com

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  174. Love the Wild Pets book...and they'd love the Hidden Animals as well (I know because they love looking at our ISpy books!). Thanks for the opportunity! :)

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  175. I love the idea of the Big Animals! The reviews said that it related the sizes to things kids could understand ie: shark's mouth the size of teacher's desk! Augh!

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  176. Incredible Foods! looks like an amazing title. I know the boys in my classroom would love every single one of these books (and many of the girls would too). What an awesome collection!

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  177. I would love ALL of them but I think Sea Life and Big Animals would be my favorites!

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  178. I love the Wacky Pets book. It would fit right in at our house.

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