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DK Super Readers Level 2 Which Inventions Changed the World? (Kobo eBook)

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Help your child power up their reading skills and learn all about the inventions that changed people’s lives with this fun-filled nonfiction reader carefully leveled to help children progress.

DK Super Readers Level 2: Which Inventions Changed the World? will introduce kids to a parade of inventions that changed our world—from the wheel to VR and from the printing press to vaccines and X-rays—and is a motivating introduction to using essential nonfiction reading skills, proving ideal for children ready to enter the riveting world of reading.

DK Super Readers take children on a journey through the wonderful world of nonfiction: traveling back to the time of dinosaurs, learning more about animals, exploring natural wonders and more, all while developing vital nonfiction reading skills and progressing from first words to reading confidently.

The DK Super Readers series can help your child practice reading by:

- Covering engaging, motivating, curriculum-aligned topics.
- Building knowledge while progressing key Grades 2 and 3 reading skills.
- Developing subject vocabulary on topics such as inventions, inventors, and history.
- Boosting understanding and retention through comprehension quizzes.

Each title, which has been leveled using MetaMetrics®: The Lexile Framework for Reading, integrates science, geography, history, and nature topics so there’s something for all children’s interests. The books and online content perfectly supplement core literacy programs and are mapped to the Common Core Standards. Children will love powering up their nonfiction reading skills and becoming reading heroes.

DK Super Readers Level 2 are visually engaging and expand subject knowledge and vocabulary for young readers who want to learn more about the world around them. Perfect to help children ages 7 to 9 (Grades 2 and 3) beginning to read independently.