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Cassandra: Animal Psychic

Cassandra has a gift: she sees what animals are thinking. After keeping her talent a secret, Cassandra decides to make a difference. In the Cassandra: Animal Psychic series, she sets out to help pets and their people.

Castle of Lies

Thelia isn't in line to inherit the crown, but she's been raised to take power however she can. She's been friends with Princess Corene her whole life, and she's scheming to marry Bayled, the heir to the throne. But her plans must change when an army of elves invades the kingdom. Thelia, her cousin Parsival, and Corene become trapped in the castle. An elf warrior, Sapphire, may be Thelia's only hope of escape, but Sapphire has plans of their own. Meanwhile, an ancient magic is awakening within the castle, with the power to destroy the whole kingdom. Can Thelia find a way to protect her future-and her life?

Cat Stats (Bolt)

Cats are always a popular topic. These titles dig into each breed's personality, appearance, and care needs. A quiz at the end will help readers determine if this is the cat for them.

Change Makers (12SL)

Introduce young readers to inspiring individuals who have achieved great things and changed our world. With a mix of contemporary and historical figures, the Change Makers series covers individuals in a variety of categories, including entertainment and literature. Each book offers key facts about the featured individuals, including formative experiences, key milestones, and important achievements, and their impact on the world.

Character Education (Blastoff! Readers: Level 1)

Kindness, honesty, respect, and responsibility: we value all these traits in ourselves and in others. This series helps young readers understand each of these qualities and learn how to use them in their everyday lives. With second-person opening narratives that place the reader into a relevant situation and examples of how they can exhibit each trait, these books can help young students build positive character!

Chip and Curly

Chip the potato chip is sure he has the annual Spud City Festival sack race in the bag--he's been practicing all year. The Home Fries (local baseball team) and Sweet Potatoes (cheer squad) are all rooting for him. The French Fries even bring their tots over for an autograph. But when Curly the springy curly fry shows up, Chip knows he's in trouble. This totally funny story is filled with clever potato puns--and subtle themes of sportsmanship and persistence. It will have kids and adults alike laughing out loud.

Citizen Science: How Anyone Can Contribute to Scientific Discovery

Citizen science has opened up the world of scientific research to anybody and everybody. It is being done in all areas of science-including zoology, biology, astronomy, chemistry, and more. Some projects involve going outside and observing nature while others revolve around data obtained and shared over the internet. And whether one has scientific training or not, the contributions being made by citizen scientists are making a difference.

Civilizations of the World (Navigator)

This series introduces readers to some of the world's greatest civilizations, focusing on what daily life was like for the people who lived there. Colourful spreads give readers an accessible overview of each civilization's government, religion, and social structure, as well as the leaders and events that contributed to its lasting impact.

Climate Change (Searchlight Books™)

Are the number of extreme storms increasing? What happens when sea levels rise? What impact will new energy technology have? This series introduces readers to the causes and effects of climate change and examines potential solutions.

Climate Change: Problems and Progress

Climate change is perhaps the most important issue the world faces. This series explores the key parts of climate change, including global warming, biodiversity loss, greenhouse gases, and extreme weather. This series will delve into many of the problems humans have caused and share the efforts of those rallying for solutions. Authors introduce ways that creative scientists and others are seeking renewable energy, promoting water and energy conservation, encouraging recycling, and showing how to live an organic life. Students and readers will gain a strong background in the issue of climate change while also finding out ways they can be part of the solution.