Sacajawea: Her True Story (Step into Reading 4)
Learn about Sacajawea, the young Native American girl who guided Lewis and Clark on their historic expedition. Now available in Step into Reading, the premier leveled reader line.
More than 200 years ago, explorers went on a cross-country expedition to the Pacific Ocean. Only with the help of a young girl from the Shoshone tribe was the trip was a success. Her name was Sacajawea, and she did this all with her baby strapped to her back. A remarkable History Reader for newly independent readers who read simple sentences with confidence.
Step 4 Readers use challenging vocabulary and short paragraphs to tell exciting stories.
- Short paragraphs
- More challenging vocabulary
- 48 pages each
The "Step Into Reading" series provides readers of all levels with engaging books appropriate for their reading skill. Step 1 books are geared towards children who know the alphabet and want to begin reading. Step 2 readers hold short, simple sentences and focus on beginning phonics skills as young children read and sound out words with help. In Step 3, stories are a little longer with fun characters and easy plots to satisfy children reading by themselves. Short paragraphs and increasingly difficult vocabulary are introduced in Step 4 as students are building their reading confidence. Step 5 storybooks provide skilled readers with chapter books. Each level features a captivating assortment of fiction and nonfiction topics, all colorfully illustrated and appealing to young readers.