You can browse our books easily with any of the following filters, hover over the filters or their titles to see their descriptions.
Or you can use quick search or switch to advanced search for better results...
Kids see popular holidays marked on the calendar, but do they know why the days have special status? This series offers beginning readers first looks at major celebrations linked to seasons, faiths, and people groups. Fun and meaningful traditions get prime attention, some even being featured as side bar activities.
This series will score with those in search of a high-interest series to capture the attention of soccer fans. Each title covers a high-profile soccer franchise and explains its history, details its greatest games and moments, highlights its most exciting players, and much more.
American families are changing. New attitudes toward adoption, same-sex marriage, interracial relations, and more have influenced the makeup of families all across the nation. The Changing Families series helps young readers understand the experience of being part of a non-traditional family. Chapters examine the changes that are taking place, how young people within these families view themselves, and how they are affected by the views of outsiders. Each book also presents stories of well-known people who have grown up in non-traditional families.
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!
Children in History explores eight major periods in history through the stories of children that lived them. Complete with true accounts of real children from the past, the books in this eye-opening set illustrate what it was like to live during times of war, revolution, and social and economic change.
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.
The books in the CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS series will provide readers with a greater understanding of several of the brave advocates for justice and fair treatment who helped blacks achieve greater freedom in American society. Each book is illustrated with numerous photographs. The up-to-date information in each book is supplemented with a glossary of key terms, guides to additional resources for more information, scan-able links to educational videos, text-dependent questions and report ideas.
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.
This series gives readers an in-depth look at the code that makes technology work. Through kid-friendly text, concrete examples, and colourful photos, readers will learn about programming languages and the many inventions that these languages help coders create. A focus on computational thinking prepares readers to think like programmers.
Meet your coding instructors-computer-savvy cats! Playful rhyming verse introduces young readers to key coding concepts like syntax and algorithms, and fun illustrations further clarify the topics.