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X-Books are for kids who love facts especially in bite-sized portions and about fascinating, true subjects. As plentiful images and graphical representations stimulate visual perception, readers will be drawn into learning how to use informational texts. Each title is framed by a signature Top 5 countdown feature that not only serves as an example of sequential order but also narrates a brief story within the main topic: in X-Books: Weather, these side bars summarize extraordinary encounters peo
Did you know the yo-yo was invented in Ancient Greece? Or that people in China have used chopsticks to eat with for more than 4,000 years? Learn these cool facts and so much more in this engaging history series. Readers will explore history curriculum in a fun and enticing way that doesn't even feel like learning. This series is especially wonderful for reluctant readers.
Have you heard of the dam so massive it actually added a fraction of a second to every day? Or seen the bridge that literally disappears below the ocean? Explore these extreme feats of engineering and more through an engaging design and lively text written with a sense of humour. A hands-on activity at the end of each book brings learning about engineering concepts to life. This series features STEM curriculum made fun and is especially wonderful for reluctant readers.
Did you know a hippo can bite a crocodile in half? Or that lightening is five times hotter than the surface of the sun? Learn these cool facts and so much more in this engaging science series. Readers will learn science curriculum in a fun and enticing way with correlated content along with fun and interesting facts. Written and designed with a sense of humour, this series is especially wonderful for reluctant readers.
Did you know that Thomas Jefferson loved ice cream, and he wrote the first recipe for ice cream? Learn about this and so much more in this engaging history series. Readers will learn history curriculum in a fun and enticing way. This series is especially wonderful for reluctant readers.
Desperate life-or-death situations brought the skills, technology, and hopes of the world together in these six Xtreme Rescues books. From a distant spacecraft on its way to the Moon to the deepest depths of a Chilean mine, these stories captured our hearts. Simple text and incredible close-up photographs focus on the amazing rescue work accomplished by hundreds of people working together. Each book contains important details about what to do if readers find themselves in similar situations. Inc
Xtreme Screams brings monster legends to your reluctant readers. Short, easy-to-read bursts of information highlight each creature, real-life history, and examples from books, movies, and video games. Features include a table of contents, glossary, and index. Plus, an Xtreme Challenge page is included with content questions designed to help readers process and build on their Xtreme Screams knowledge.
One of the most famous works of 19th-century American Transcendentalist literature is excerpted and illustrated by Italian artist Giovanni Manna, who brings Thoreau's natural experiment to life.
Young readers will gain artistic confidence and discover the satisfaction in following simple steps as they watch their drawings come to life!
Youniverse aims to inspire a reverence for our fragile blue planet voyaging through space. The lyrical text and simple, childlike illustrations linger on one object at a time, building a mind-liberating journey from electrons and photos through atoms, molecules, cells, and the human body; outward to the solar system, the Milky Way, and the universe; and backward to the beginning of time in the Big Bang. Light weaves through the pages as it weaves the universe together, showing us that we have al