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CSI Chapters is a levelled collection of 25 original chapter books in both print and digital formats that are designed to accelerate comprehension development, vocabulary acquisition and content literacy. Geared toward years 4-6+, the titles vary in length from 24 pages to 32 pages.
Build reading stamina over 25 high-interest books
Develop comprehension across science, mathematics, social studies and general non-fiction
Support multiple approaches to classroom teaching: shared, co-operative and guided reading lessons
Include e-books with multimedia content for strong engagement
Uggles hate Wopples, and Wopples hate Uggles. That’s just a fact. So what happens when Utterly Uggle and his mother come face-to-face with some Wopples in outer space?
Is it possible to save too much money? Tyson needs to save a lot of money to reach a big goal, but he must learn some important lessons along the way!
In your hand you hold a book of infinite possibilities and ideas. How big is a snowflake? How small is a quark? Can a grain of sand really hold another world inside it? Take a look and see!
What has over 250 razor-sharp teeth, eyes as big as footballs and a bite more powerful than a T. rex? Read on, if you dare…
Imagine you are in a forest with sunlight shining through the tall trees... or in a boiling hot place where smoke shoots out of the ground... Where are you? You are underwater! These are worlds you have to see to believe!
What makes a parallel line sad? Why is nine a magic number? How can a zero be a superhero? Here’s a way to look at mathematics from a fun, new angle!
What do people mean when they say, ‘Money doesn’t grow on trees’? Is winning the lottery the only way to become rich? You’ll be surprised to see how many easy ways there are to be successful with money!
It takes more than just a good detective to solve a serious crime. These days, forensic scientists use new technologies to answer the important question: “Who did it?”
What goes up, must come down, right? There are 60 seconds in a minute, aren’t there? We don’t often ask questions about these simple ‘facts’ of life, but perhaps we should!
Receiving a gift is always a nice surprise. But what if the gift will cost money to keep?
If you think that flying in bad weather is scary, keep in mind the “ice pilots”. They fly in and out of some of the world’s most dangerous places!
Everybody sleeps; it’s just a fact of life. Yet what makes us sleep, and exactly what is our mind doing while we sleep?
How do some bugs grow so big? Why are some bugs so dangerous? Take a look inside to learn about some truly big, “bad” bugs!
Over the last 150 years, demand for oil has risen sharply – and so has the number of oil spills. What causes spills, and how do they affect our environment? Most importantly, how can we try to avoid these oily messes?
Have you ever heard of an atoll? It’s a strange tropical island like no other! How are atolls formed, and why are they now under threat? There are big changes taking place on little atolls that we should all be taking notice of...
From a very young age, Albert Einstein questioned the world around him. Albert didn’t have the easiest life. He didn’t have power, strength or a lot of money. Yet he still managed to change the world. So how did he do it?
Jenna can’t wait to buy a new phone. But when something unexpected happens, she has to figure out a different, more risky way to buy it!
Just when I’ve decided that Josh and his friends have won, Mr A shows up. I know he’s trying to be nice, but why should I come back here again? In this school, the bullies always win... don’t they?
Who says that monsters don’t exist? They have before – and still do – but they might not be quite what you imagined.
Have you ever wondered what some sports statistics mean? You wouldn’t be the first! Numbers play a big part in sports. They give us records to beat, and they tell us who is the best of the best.
Teresa’s grandfather tells her that time travel is possible. Can he be serious? How can it be true?
Hissy fits come in all shapes and sizes. Mostly, they’re just for show, but it pays to get out of the way when some creatures flip their lids!
Without Earth’s magnetic field, it would be impossible for us to live. So what creates Earth’s magnetism – this amazing force of nature to which we owe our lives?
What could you buy from the very first vending machine? How many songs could the first MP3 player hold? How much do you really know about where some of today’s best ideas came from?