DK Super Readers Level 3 El Renacimiento de Harlem (Harlem Renaissance)

Author DK
Ayude a su niño a fortalecer sus destrezas de lectura y aprender acerca de las vidas, música, arte e ideas emocionantes que florecieron en la comunidad afroamericana de Harlem hace cien años con este texto informativo repleto de datos verídicos y graduado cuidadosamente para apoyar el progreso de los pequeños lectores.

¿Cómo era el Harlem afroamericano de la década de 1920, con su explosión de nuevas ideas, música, arte y estilo?

Un texto cautivador graduado cuidadosamente con el sistema Lexile para proveerles a los niños lo que necesitan para encarar con éxito la lectura.

Una introducción motivadora al uso de las destrezas básicas para la lectura de textos informativos.

A los niños les encantará aprender sobre la creatividad y los logros de la comunidad afroamericana durante el increíble lugar y momento conocido como "el Renacimiento de Harlem".

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Help your child power up their reading skills and learn about the exciting lives, music, art and ideas of the African American community of Harlem 100 years ago in this fact-filled-nonfiction reader—carefully leveled to help children progress.

What was it like in the African American Harlem of the 1920s, bursting with new ideas, music, art, and style?

The engaging text has been carefully leveled using Lexile so that children are set up to succeed.

A motivating introduction to using essential nonfiction reading skills.

Children will love to find out about the creativity and achievements of the African American community during the incredible place and time known as the ‘Harlem renaissance’.
We believe in the power of discovery. That's why we create books for everyone that explore ideas and nurture curiosity about the world we live in.
 
From first words to the Big Bang, from the wonders of nature to city adventures, you will find expert knowledge, hours of fun and endless inspiration in the pages of our books. 

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Ayude a su niño a fortalecer sus destrezas de lectura y aprender acerca de las vidas, música, arte e ideas emocionantes que florecieron en la comunidad afroamericana de Harlem hace cien años con este texto informativo repleto de datos verídicos y graduado cuidadosamente para apoyar el progreso de los pequeños lectores.

¿Cómo era el Harlem afroamericano de la década de 1920, con su explosión de nuevas ideas, música, arte y estilo?

Un texto cautivador graduado cuidadosamente con el sistema Lexile para proveerles a los niños lo que necesitan para encarar con éxito la lectura.

Una introducción motivadora al uso de las destrezas básicas para la lectura de textos informativos.

A los niños les encantará aprender sobre la creatividad y los logros de la comunidad afroamericana durante el increíble lugar y momento conocido como "el Renacimiento de Harlem".

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Help your child power up their reading skills and learn about the exciting lives, music, art and ideas of the African American community of Harlem 100 years ago in this fact-filled-nonfiction reader—carefully leveled to help children progress.

What was it like in the African American Harlem of the 1920s, bursting with new ideas, music, art, and style?

The engaging text has been carefully leveled using Lexile so that children are set up to succeed.

A motivating introduction to using essential nonfiction reading skills.

Children will love to find out about the creativity and achievements of the African American community during the incredible place and time known as the ‘Harlem renaissance’.

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We believe in the power of discovery. That's why we create books for everyone that explore ideas and nurture curiosity about the world we live in.
 
From first words to the Big Bang, from the wonders of nature to city adventures, you will find expert knowledge, hours of fun and endless inspiration in the pages of our books. 

https://www.dk.com/ View titles by DK

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