Odd One Out
Learning to recognize and name differences and similarities is an important skill for early learners to develop. This skill is strengthened with the help of vibrant volumes that encourage young readers to find the odd one out in a wide variety of groups and patterns. Simple, short sentences invite readers to look for something that doesn't quite belong among groups of colorful photographs. From finding a dog among a school of fish to spotting different shapes, readers are encouraged to compare and contrast things they might see around them every day.
• Wide variety of topics and examples include many high-interest areas, such as animals and vehicles
• Achievable text is designed to be read independently or out loud with the help of an adult
• Interactive tone helps emphasize that learning essential concepts can be fun