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Social Studies

Fall 2017 Releases

The United States has always been a nation of immigrants. With fascinating true stories of their experiences, challenges, and how they fared in their adopted country, this series puts readers More →

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Social Studies

Fall 2020 Releases

Our nation was founded on the notion that a government should be ruled by and for the people. So how does America work? This series gives young readers insight into the foundations of the… More →

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High Interest

Fascinating Facts

The world is full of bizarre and, at times, almost unbelievable stories. This series of books explores odd and unexpected stories about history, the human body, space, U.S. presidents, and… More →

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High Interest

Favorite Baseball Teams

The crack of the bat...the cheers of the crowd as the batter rounds the bases.... From the first pitch to the last out, nothing beats baseball for pure sports enjoyment! Kids love this… More →

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High Interest

Favorite Basketball Teams

He drives for the basket...he shoots...he scores! The amazing athletes of the National Basketball Association (NBA) offer a dazzling show of speed, strength, and control. They've got… More →

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Spring 2022 Social Studies

First Responders On the Scene

How do air ambulance teams save lives in the air? How do search and rescue crews find and help those in need? This engrossing narrative nonfiction series gives readers an inside look at the… More →

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STEM

Forces of Nature

Nature is awesome and inspiring, but it can also be powerful and fragile. Introduce the phenomena of wild weather and natural disasters to young readers with the Forces of Nature series.… More →

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Language Arts

Foreign Language Basics

Learn fun and useful words and phrases in different languages! Each book in the Foreign Language Basics series includes words and phrases in a language other than English, as well as the… More →

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STEM

Geology Rocks!

Did you know that scientists are using crystal shapes to design medicines? Or that the igneous rock pumice helps to make concrete lighter weight? Even though rocks and minerals can be found… More →

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STEM

Glass Jar Science

Nature is full of visually captivating and awe-inspiring phenomena that often beg the question, 'How is that possible?' This series introduces readers to eight natural phenomena and how they… More →

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Social Studies

Good Manners

Learn how to use your manners in different places and occasions with this helpful set of books. Simple text uses everyday situations to illustrate what good manners are, how they should be… More →

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