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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!
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.
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.
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.
Public and school libraries around the nation are experiencing a rash of efforts to ban books. Behind these efforts are parents and politicians who believe that hundreds of books and topics are not fit for young readers. Though this group is vocal, recent polls show that a majority of Americans oppose book bans. This book examines the types of books that are being challenged or banned-and why-as well as who should decide what America’s young people read.
Discover the world of scientific investigations through step-by-step experiments. These hands-on books will encourage budding young scientists to question and investigate science for themselves. Core science topics are introduced along with simple, step-by-step experiments to extend the learning and really engage young readers.
People everywhere are going green! In this series, we show readers how they can be warriors! Waste warriors, that is! Each book contains information on real waste problems along with tips on how readers can do their part in the battle to save Earth. Includes practical ways to reduce waste and reuse everyday items that typically get thrown away. To reinforce comprehension, we include step-by-step instructions to make a project of their own.
This series is designed to show you how to master favourite sports and get you on the road to athletic success! Discover the right way to get fit and stay fit.
Part of the To Be Canadian series - Many factors mold and shape the Canadian identity. From our diverse backgrounds to our cultural beliefs, it's important that every Canadian feels accepted. To Be Canadian explores the essence of what it means to be a Canadian, and how everyone can make the country a better place to live.