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This series examines life in pioneer times, 1780-1890. These titles concentrate on how and why things were built certain ways, also discussing how things varied across the country and why. Each book includes a hands-on project to extend learning.
With a high-interest, magazine-style presentation, this series is jam-packed with fun and easy activities for young girls to enjoy with their friends.From cool crafts to fun food to party games, these titles put the emphasis on imaginative entertainment while promoting wellness and healthy self-esteem. Easy step-by-step activities supply inventive ideas for play while also reinforcing sequential learning and offering STEAM support through project-based learning.
Avec ces livres, apprends-toi comment pratiquer ces sports excitants. Cette collection te décrit l'équipement dont tu auras besoin pour commenceret les compétences qu'il te faudra développer. Il t'explique également les règles de sécurité à respecter pendant la pratique de ces sports d'aventure.
For as long as she can remember, Lucy Aimes has been plagued by a dark, recurring dream of drowning. But when her family moves to an old plantation outside New Orleans, she starts having intense new dreams, vivid scenes of a bygone era filled with people she shouldn't know but does. Searching for answers to her haunting visions, Lucy reluctantly descends into the city's mystical culture. What she finds is Alex, a charming but mysterious boy who behaves as if they've known each other forever. Luc
Each high-interest story in the Tartan House line features edgy topics and crisp writing that resonate with today’s upper-grade readers. The brisk but meaty storylines are guaranteed page-turners full of intrigue. Mystery, adventure, fantasy, and more can be found in Tartan House.
As members of their middle school's coding club, Grady Hopkins, Marco Martinez, and Ava Rhodes solve mysteries at their school using creativity, logic, and coding skills. These relevant titles will intrigue young readers with exciting plot lines, high-tech gadgets, and coding lingo.
Harlow Wintergreen has been named the new Matriarch of VisionCrest, the powerful religious organization previously led by her father. There's just one problem. The real Harlow is trapped inside a Cambodian temple, and her double, the evil Isiris, isout in the world masquerading as her. With VisionCrest at her command, Isiris moves all the pieces into position for her genocidal endgame. To stop her twin from unleashing a super-virus designed to eradicate civilization, Harlow must escape the temp
Best friends Jane and Holly have jumped into the river off Swallow's Nest Bluff hundreds of times. But one day, Holly's jump goes wrong. Her body never comes up, yet something else does—a sad creature of mud, full of confusion and sorrow. It's Holly, somehow, trapped and mixed up with the river. And if Jane can't do something to help, Holly will take everybody down with her—even the people she loves the most. Blending Looking for Alaska's theme of lost friendship with Stephen King's sense of sma
A firebug has woken inside my heart Dark times have fallen on remote Balrog County, and Mack Druneswald, a high school senior with a love of arson, is doing his best to deal. While his family is haunted by his mother's recent death, Mack spends his nights roaming the countryside, looking for something new to burn. When he encounters Katrina, a college girl with her own baggage, Mack sets out on a path of pyromania the likes of which sleepy Balrog County has never seen before. A darkly comic tour
Easter Deetz struggles with The Lonelyùa debilitating condition that affects all the women in her family. The Lonely makes people sad and it makes them lie. One day, Easter's sister drops a boulder on her in The Woods. As she bleeds to death, she's forced to face those lies with a bunch of judgmental squirrels watching. Which sucks.