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With the passage of time, the controversies that shaped historic events sometimes fade. The Debating History series focuses on those controversies as a way to gain a fuller understanding of history. Chapters are organized in pro/con format, in which a single author synthesizes arguments for and against a particular issue. Some of these essays are written from the point of view of someone who lived during the period; others are examined from a more current perspective. In all cases, important ide
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.
Destination Space showcases the history of space exploration, the cutting-edge advances being made in this field today, and the new space breakthroughs that are just over the horizon. From historic achievements to future dreams, each title highlights a key advancement in exploring our solar system and the universe beyond.
Detecting Disasters examines how scientists keep people safe by predicting and studying natural disasters. Each book covers the science behind the disaster, notable examples from the past, and the cutting-edge technology scientists are using today. This exciting series will introduce readers to the lifesaving power of science.
This book follows the successful approach of The Nitty-Gritty Gardening Book, offering kids fun, creative ways to try gardening and growing food. By focusing on methods of growing food from food—rather than from a packet of seeds—it gently and clearly guides readers through simple projects that yield great results and build their confidence. Each project includes step-by-step instructions as well as full-colour photos and illustrations for key steps.
Life in the modern online world comes with a seemingly infinite variety of benefits, pitfalls, controversies, and challenges. These are the ideas explored in the Digital Issues series. Individual books focus on topics such as social media, privacy, and addiction.
Learn how to create, launch, perfect, and safely share digital works of art, including videos, songs, blogs, and web sites. This series capitalizes on the popularity of both digital technology and makerspace activities. Creator profiles and expert tips provide extra inspiration.
Students love the mysteries of the dinosaurs. Make them Dinosaur Detectives with this fascinating series. Labelled illustrations, and maps will give young scientists the facts they crave. Levelled text will give readers the success they need.
Realistic art based on the latest scientific evidence takes readers back in time to when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Engaging text and a highly visual format explore dinosaurs and the habitats in which they lived.