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Art Scene  

The art world is ever changing. Although painting and sculpture still have a strong following, many of today's artists are making names for themselves in other art forms including animation, tattoo, and even graffiti. The Art Scene series focuses onwhat some of today's new artists are doing, what they seek to communicate through their art, and how they are using new techniques and technology to create and promote their work. Each book introduces readers to influential artists and presents brief

Artie and the Wolf Moon

Artie Irvin is thrilled to discover she comes from a line of werewolves. But as she dives into her family history and figures out her new abilities, vampires wait in the shadows . . .

Artificial Intelligence (Voyager)

Artificial intelligence (AI) is all around us. It powers the personal assistants in our smartphones, collects data online, and builds products in factories. This series offers a fascinating look into what AI is, how it is currently being used, and how it might be used in the future. One thing is certain: AI is here to stay.

Asking Questions About Media (21st Century Skills Library)

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

Asylum Seekers: Hope and Disappointment on the Border

Individuals who are persecuted or endure gang and gender-based violence in their home countries face a difficult decision-stay or leave. Asylum seekers travel through dangerous conditions to the US/Mexico border in hopes of finding safety and refuge. This title examines how current events, political policies, and a global pandemic have made the asylum process more difficult. Personal stories of those on the journey help readers understand the people who seek asylum at the southern border.

At Home With...

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

At the Aquarium (Fusion Books)

What does a dolphin eat? How long to mussels live? Do sea birds sleep at sea? Find out the answers to these questions and more when you take a tour of the aquarium with our resident zoologist!

Athletes Who Made a Difference

This graphic non-fiction series presents true sports stories of grit, leadership, and resistance. Dynamic visuals highlight impactful events on and off the field, as legendary athletes inspire social change.

Attention Deficit: How Technology has Hijacked Our Ability to Concentrate

Smartphones, social media, and the Internet are creating a distraction pandemic. Digital devices steal attention, lower productivity, and increase stress in users. This book focuses on personal stories, academic studies, and current events to illustrate society’s attention deficit while providing advice for those who wish to go on a digital diet.

B is for Beacon: A Great Lakes Lighthouse Alphabet

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