GRADES 14: Elementary-aged readers will explore the role of the attorney general in this 24-page nonfiction social studies book! An easy-to-read Q&A format provides basic information about the attorney general's job, authority, and everyday functions.
GOVERNMENT BOOK FOR KIDS: The attorney general of the United States, or of a state or territory, has an important job in the government. But what exactly is an attorney general? What does an attorney general do all day? This nonfiction introduction to government answers these questions and more!
INCLUDES: Readers will be hooked from beginning to end with facts and photos about some of the most prominent roles in government. Comprehension questions and activities encourage further exploration on the topic.
BENEFITS: In this low-level nonfiction reader, maximum information is delivered with minimal text to engage and support early readers. Vivid photos support the text and appeal to young learners. Each book in this series supports C3 Social Studies standards for grades 1 to 4.
WHY ROURKE: Since 1980, we've been committed to bringing out the best non-fiction books to help you bring out the best in your young learners. Our carefully crafted topics encourage all students who are "learning to read" and "reading to learn"!