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STEM

Take It Apart

In areas of libraries and classrooms called makerspaces, students construct, assemble, and create things. In breakerspaces, they do just the opposite--taking things apart to discover how they… More →

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True Stories, Real People

Each narrative-nonfiction book in the True Stories Real People series tells an amazing true story of a real person who has faced the unthinkable and survived. Through clear text, full-color… More →

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Animal Olympics

The animal kingdom is full of talented athletes. This series brings them together for one epic competition. Each book takes an in-depth look at an event and how humans fare on each skill… More →

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STEM

Big Machines at Work

The huge wheels, powerful engines, and loud noises of working machines seem to entrance children for hours. Now young students can pore over color photos as they learn about their favorite… More →

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Language Arts

Comparison Fun

Did you know a blue whale's heart is as big as a small car? Or that it would take 152 years to drive to the sun? Engage readers in early comparison concepts with this visual series… More →

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Constellations

Since ancient times, people of all ages have gazed up at the stars in wonder. Long ago, people created fascinating stories about the shapes they saw in the stars. With eye-catching graphics… More →

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Life Sciences

Endangered Animals

Children love animals, and the Endangered Animals series is a great way to engage readers in learning about wildlife conservation and the impact of human beings on the environment. Through… More →

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Language Arts

Fairy Tale Collection

The Fairy Tale Collection introduces young readers to classic stories of magic, adventure, and lessons learned. The stories in this collection are woven and retold in a unique way but remain… 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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Holiday Crafts

There's something about a celebration that makes people want to be creative! Inspire young readers to get crafting with this fun series. These age-appropriate and easy-to-follow projects are… More →

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Social Studies

Influential First Ladies

Whereas the president is elected by Americans, the First Lady is not. She has no official role in the politics of the nation yet still has an undeniable influence during her tenure. Immerse… More →

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Insider's Guide to Pro Football

Hook young football fans with The Insider's Guide to Pro Football series. Each book takes an in-depth look at a specific National Football League team. Readers will explore the league, the… More →

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