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Informational (nonfiction), 1,175 words, Level U (Grade 4)
The World's Biggest Library tells the story of the largest library in the world, the Library of Congress. Readers will learn why this historic institution was created, and why it is important to the United States. This book also gives students a look at some of the interesting items found in the library. The book can be used to teach students how to understand main idea and details and to recognize proper nouns.
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Main Idea and Details : Determine main idea and details
Grammar and Mechanics
Proper Nouns : Recognize and use proper nouns that name people
Compound Words : Understand and use closed compound words
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