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Get kids building and making with these first robot books. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations teach young engineers the basic construction of simple robots. Using simple materials readers will create basic robots that wiggle, scribble, and race.
As a boy, Jadav Payeng was distressed by the destruction deforestation and erosion was causing on his island home in India's Brahmaputra River. So he began planting trees. What began as a small thicket of bamboo, grew over the years into 1,300 acre forest filled with native plants and animals. The Boy Who Grew a Forest tells the inspiring true story of Payeng--and reminds us all of the difference a single person with a big idea can make.
Iconic brands in this series will capture the attention of young readers! Well-known companies provide diverse ways to access entertainment while others have sparked cultural phenomenons that span across generations. Explore the process of building a big business in these titles showcasing popular brands.
The lives of Cason Martin and Davis Channing intersect in a powerful way. Both are struggling to survive life-threatening diseases. Neither feels in control of their lives. Can they be brave enough to beat the odds?
Kane Press's series of super simple easy readers, Bright Owl Books, launches with Molly Coxe's five fun photographic stories, which feature the short vowel sounds and are each only around 100 words.
Engineers have been creating amazing structures for thousands of years. From the wonders of the ancient world to the International Space Station, they have applied science and technology to design buildings and structures that stand the test of time. With clear text, vivid photos, and helpful diagrams, Building by Design introduces readers to some of these structures and how they were created.
Tell the truth. Say please and thank you. Do your chores. These are just a few ways to show and build good character. In these inspiring and engaging titles, young readers will learn more about positive character traits and how to implement them in their daily lives. Carefully levelled text and vibrant, colour photos support beginning readers and make reading informational text easy and fun.
Bully the bullfrog lives in a pond full of lilies. The flowers are beautiful, fragrant, and enjoyed by the many other creatures that also inhabit the pond. The pond is a very pleasant place to live. Or it should be. Instead, Bully decides that only he should be able to enjoy the beautiful lilies. He demands that the other inhabitants of the pond leave. And once Bully has the flowers to himself, his selfish behaviour almost destroys them. Can anyone stop Bully and his bullying ways? As it turns out, the answer is YES! Using humour and whimsy, author-illustrator Jennifer Sattler masterfully shows young readers that standing up together can make all the difference in the world.
Thirteen-year-old Hannah Higgins is convinced her summer is ruined when she is forced to travel to Africa and work in a remote village in Kenya with her mom and uncle. Never having been to a developing country, she finds the food gross and the community filthy. She has to live without electricity or running water. Then she is told she must attend school. Just when she thinks nothing could make this trip any worse, she learns people there are dying of hunger and preventable disease. Hannah becomes frustrated and wants to help, but when poverty threatens the lives of people she loves, all she wants to do is go home. This story is an adventure of discovery.
Two little mice are back, and this time they want to journey to the sea! But the way there is filled with all kinds of wonderful creatures—plus one BIG surprise. Cleverly placed die-cut holes and other special features make this sea-faring adventure extra exciting for young children.