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Will Washington plays a secret agent in the hit kids? TV show Code Name Danger, based on the bestselling book series. What no one realizes is that he?s also a real-life undercover spy. Juggling filming, spy missions, and-ugh!-schoolwork is tough business. But Agent Danger is up for the task!
When she was seven years old, Geraldine (Jerrie) Mock took her first airplane ride. She decided then and there to be a pilot. Growing up, she was inspired by radio broadcasts detailing the travels of aviatrix Amelia Earhart. Joan Merriam was 15 when she took her first plane ride in 1952. She got her pilot's license before she could even drive a car. And like Jerrie, Joan too was inspired by Earhart and wanted to circle the globe, following Earhart's exact route. Years later, when both women begi
Militaries around the world use aircraft to defend and attack. Huge bombers take out the enemy. Fighter jets hide from radar. With hi/lo text and powerful infographics, readers will soar along with the fastest and most powerful military aircraft in the air today.
All aboard! Discover the differences between different kinds of trains, their uses, and where they can take us in this fun series. Descriptive maps and diagrams illustrate routes, stops, and different train car types, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary.
In the age of GPS and navigation services, kids have less exposure to traditional maps. This series breaks down different types of maps, how to read them, and how to understand them. Built for the youngest learners, each title highlights how to use maps in daily life as well as use on special, specific occasions. Labeled infographics highlight various parts of the maps for increased understanding. A ôDo You Know?ö section tests comprehension. This series is perfect for young explorers. Additiona
Where in the world can you ride a camel? Or visit gardens filled with bonsai trees? Where might you find the Euphrates River? Each book in All Around the World highlights a specific country and discusses what makes it so interesting to its citizens and visitors. Bright, colour photographs complement the carefully levelled text to make reading for understanding easy and fun.
An octopus seems like the perfect pet, but Dad and Mom will need convincing. Luckily, Gran seems to be on the same wave-length!
Jay reads Braille. Sam uses a wheelchair. Ben has Down syndrome. In this series, young readers can learn more about how to be a good friend to friends with different capabilities and conditions. Carefully levelled text and vibrant, colour photos support beginning readers and make reading informational text easy and fun.
In these delightful, illustrated stories, diverse young narrators explore different cultures by comparing and contrasting their own lives to their friends' and neighbours' lives. Critical-thinking and comprehension questions get readers talking about the stories.
African Americans, American Indians, and other groups committed heroic acts to protect their country. But they did so while overcoming violent discrimination. With primary source photos and infographics, the All-American Fighting Forces hi/lo books are almost as strong as the men and women they're about.