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Ordinary people can do extraordinary things, especially when it comes to rescuing animals in danger. These short, fast-paced novels have been inspired by true stories of kid and animal heroes.
Each book in the Animals Are Awesome series offers insight into the fascinating lives of some of the world's most incredible animals. From what they eat and where they live to descriptions of different species and how they spend their days, readers will learn lots of fun facts about their favourite animals.
Moving from Texas to Hawaii in 1960,12-year-old Peggy Sue faces a difficult transition when she is bulled as one of the few haole (white) students in her school. This lyrical debut novel is perfect for Common Core classroom connections.
Media of all kinds are overwhelmingly present in our lives. This series aims to arm young students with the tools they need to become savvy navigators of the media landscape. Each book offers key questions to ask about how and why media messages are constructed. Readers will learn the basics about how various media are created, key themes in media today, and what to ask about the media they encounter. The goal of the series is to provide a framework to help young students access, analyze, evalua
These entertaining books take high-interest learning to a whole new level as they deliver ancient history with a celebrity magazine style approach. Catchy headlines and a playful, humorous presentation makes learning about long-ago eras more enjoyable (and painless) than most students could ever think possible. Learn about Nefertiti's make up tips, party ideas from the Greeks, and how to choose the perfect Roman villa - or Viking weapon! The text, delivered in easy-to-read bites, delivers in-dep
A haunted lighthouse, a cursed bog, an unholy island. Places can sometimes have more secrets than people. These entertaining titles follow high-school-aged students who are at the mercy of a cursed place...until, that is, they find The Atlas of Cursed Places at the library. Each character takes matters into their own hands to save themselves, their friends, and the spirits of the dead.
After mysterious space ships send an EMP pulse that fries all technology on Earth, teens must survive the chaos of an alien invasion with few tools except their wits.
Auma is a star runner. She has a shot at winning a track scholarship that could let her attend high school, a rare opportunity for girls in 1970s Kenya. But a mysterious disease called AIDS is ravaging her village, and soon both her parents fall ill. Auma's family needs her help at home—but leaving might be the only way to find the answers to her questions about this new disease.
The Great Lakes, with the rivers, canals, and channels that connect them, form one of the busiest waterways in the world. Lighthouses were needed to secure the safety of ships over these freshwater seas. But over the hundreds of years since the first lighthouse was established on the Great Lakes in 1781, these structures have come to represent something beyond their initial navigational function. Often situated on remote and beautiful shorelines, lighthouses hold a special fascination for people
The series Back from the Brink will encourage budding environmentalists by sharing the amazing survival stories of endangered species. Each book shares the human and natural factors that drove 12 species to the edge of extinction, as well as the science behind the work that helped them begin a comeback. Readers learn fun facts and details about the species while finding out what helped them survive and thrive.