Booksfortopics: Best Books for Year 3Captain Underpants, Junie B. These 18 books will keep third graders reading all year long. From the creator of Captain Underpants comes Dog Man, the crime-biting canine who is part dog, part man, and all hero! An action-packed adventure for all, especially reluctant readers. Captain Underpants is unlike any comic-book hero students have ever met—and they'll love laughing their way through his hilarious and sometimes gross antics in this first installment of the bestselling series. Perfect for reluctant readers. Introduce students to E.
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This informative text can be used alongside students' favorite Magic Tree Bokos adventures to answer all of their burning questions. Zoe tries to yeear to cope when it comes for the puppies to be rehoused. There are some heart-breaking moments in this beautifully written tale, first published in to make Victorian readers think about the feelings and suffering of working animals. This time they must find a missing panda in the Jiuzhaigou Valley, twelve hundred kilometres west of Beijing.
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Find Storms at your local library. The relatable cast of characters in these hybrid graphic novels navigates real-life tween emotions, even during apocalyptic turmoil. Find out about the fish that walks; the sixth sense of the platypus; the deadly venom of bookd desert death adder; the strange table manners of the sea star. Taunting and bullying are two themes explored in this book.
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