Click below to view inside this title:

What Are Secondary Sources?


In today's vast world of information overload, students need help finding the best and most reliable sources available. This student-friendly book teaches young readers about secondary sources and where to find them. They will learn how to interpret and apply the information they find. Students will meet the C3 Social Studies Framework standards as they build their skills in finding and using evidence to support learning and writing. With sidebar features highlighting key terms and concepts, this book is accessible to young scholars who are ready to dive into nonfiction reading.

Series: Let's Find Out! Social Studies Skills

Interest Level: Grades 1-5

Guided Reading Level: K

Lexile Level: 690

ISBN: 9781508106814 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2019

Pages:  32

*E-book price, single use is for online use only for one user (North America only).

Britannica’s e-books are available for purchase from most e-book platform providers, including Overdrive, Follett, Gale, Mackin, ProQuest, and EBSCO. To purchase single or unlimited use of this title for your school or library, please contact the provider of the e-book platform you are using, or contact Britannica at 800-621-3900/e-mail: