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Defining Events of the Twenty-First Century examines some of the most important moments in pop culture, science, and society in the last few decades. From influential pop musicians to technological breakthroughs to tragic man-made and natural disasters, readers will explore a wide variety of key events and people, the context surrounding them, and how they affected our world.
One new idea could make life easier for the whole world! Great inventors use a process called design thinking to help them identify problems, big and small, and create solutions for them. This series introduces readers to design thinking and teaches them how to look at problems and products in a specific way to figure out a solution or how to improve them. Design thinking fosters innovation, creativity, and even empathy--essential learning for students.
Teaching your little brother his first word-dibs-is funny. Until he starts calling dibs on everything, from your parents' bed to a real airplane to the White House. What's next? Calling dibs on the moon? Sure enough, Julian's little brother, Clancy, calls dibs on NASA and blasts off into space! Julian is glad to have Earth all to himself...at first. But Julian begins to miss Clancy. Can he harness the power of dibs to rescue his little brother? This humorous take on sibling rivalry is by Laura Gehl, author of the hilarious picture book, I Got a Chicken for My Birthday.
Meet Digger and Daisy! They are brother and sister. These dogs like to explore their world and see new things. Sometimes they agree with each other. Sometimes they disagree. But no matter the situation, one thing always stays the same—their steadfast love and concern for each other. In playful, simple stories written especially for the K-1 audience, author Judy Young explores the dynamics and nuances of the sibling relationship.
A sudden commotion stirs the dig site. Someone has found the entrance to a long-forgotten tomb! Scenes like this may seem like movie lore, but they can happen in real life. This series for reluctant readers explores some of the world's most famous archaeological discoveries, from China's Terra-Cotta Army to King Tut's Tomb in Egypt.Immersive opening narratives give way to maps, graphs, and profiles in this high-interest series all about digging up the past!
These accessible, topical guides help young readers learn the basics of being responsible digital citizens. Fun illustrations in the style of virtual reality and video games walk readers through different digital scenarios.
What's the difference between fact and opinion? How can we find accurate and unbiased information? How do we navigate and experience digital media? What steps do we need to take to stay safe online? Digital Citizenship answers these questions and more while addressing how an informed citizenship relies on the critical and responsible usage of media and information. Bright, colour photographs complement the carefully levelled text to make reading for understanding easy and fun.
How do dinosaurs celebrate Christmas? With ice-skating, decorating, snowball fights, a parade, and more! Share in the dinosaurs' delight as they make cookies, dream about their presents, sing carols, and keep a lookout for Santa Claws! Lisa Wheeler and Barry Gott team up again to bring hilarious dinosaurs antics to life.
Can you imagine having a grandfather who claims he herded dinosaurs and that he was a rodeo dino buster way back when? Well, that's what Billy's grandpa maintains. Could it really be true? This story takes place in the Canadian Badlands near Drumheller, Alberta. During the Cretaceous Period, this region was home to a great variety of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures, whose fossils are still being found there today. The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, in the heart of the badlands, is known for its collection of more than 160, 000 fossils, including specimens of Tyrannasaurus, Albertosaurus, Stegosaurus, and Triceratops. To learn more, visit www.tyrrellmuseum.com.
From Stegosaurus to Tyrannosaurus rex, this series introduces early readers to some of natural history's most iconic dinosaurs. Students learn about each dinosaur's physical characteristics, behaviour, habitat, and fossil record. labelled diagrams of each dinosaur and fun facts further young readers' learning.