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As homeschoolers, books are our most important tool for learning. Our favorite place to find great books is Scholastic. We can always count on finding wonderful books at affordable prices every time we shop.
This is our final roundup post for some of our favorite Scholastic releases for Summer reading. These two books are a couple of really fun ones for readers of all levels:
Way to Glow! Amazing Creatures that Light Up in the Dark by Lisa Regan
From the darkest depths of the ocean you suddenly see a bright light... Learn how it's possible in this new book all about bioluminescent animals!
Featuring stunning photographs and information about the world's most fascinating bioluminescent animals (or animals that can produce their own light), this book will take readers deep into the depths of the ocean to discover everything there is to know about these incredible creatures. The photos and text will come to life with the latest glow in the dark technology to mimic how the animals really glow!
My kiddos love learn about cool creatures and they think this neat interactive book is pretty cool. Great for adding a little fun to those summer nights:)
Can You See What I See? Big Book of Search and Find by Walter Wick
Over 1,000 exciting objects to search and find!
Kids will have fun using their eagle eyes to spy all the hidden clues. Can You See What I See? Big Book of Search-and-Find Fun is packed with tons of interesting and fun things to find. It's the most exciting search-and-find activity book ever created for young fans of Can You See What I See? and I Spy!
This 160-page paperback is a search-and-find extravaganza and is perfect for summer road trips!
One of our favorite ways to stay entertained all summer long is reading and Scholastic makes it easy to stock up on great books for a fun-filled and educational summer!
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