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Ancient Warriors (Crabtree Branches)  

If you could be a medieval warrior, which one would you be? Readers will devour every fact about the armor, weapons, tactics, and training of ancient warriors in these exciting books. Fascinating photos recreate what it was like in battle long ago.Every book also includes a page for caregivers and teachers that suggests guiding questions to help aid in reading comprehension. Downloadable Teacher Notes available.

Animal Classes (Blastoff! Readers)

Take a trip to the zoo and you'll see how distinctly different animals are. You'll see animals of all sizes and colours, animals on land and in water, and animals with fur, scales, and feathers. In this series, discover how members of the animal kingdom are grouped into classes based on their similar characteristics.

Animal Detectives

Children are fascinated by animals—from the smallest to the largest andfrom harmless ones to the most dangerous creatures. In these titles, readers become “animal detectives” as they uncover the facts about animals found around the world. Each title features pro les of individual animals, with details about how they live, accompanied by vivid photography and graphics.

Animal Scavengers in Action

Scavengers come alive through amazing photographs and thrilling narrative text! Explore the ways they find food and raise their young to be the next generation of scavengers.

Animal World (BrightPoint Press)

Animal World introduces readers to the extremes of the animal kingdom. Readers will learn about the biggest, deadliest, fastest, smartest, and weirdest animals in the world. Each book includes a graphic that presents key information visually, source notes, and resources to aid in further research.

Animals Are Awesome

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.

Animals in Danger

Learn about how elephants and orangutans are learning to survive as habitats change around them. See how mountain gorillas nest together for protection and how lionesses hunt to feed their young. Discover how polar bears blend in with their surroundings so they can hide and why rhino horns are so important. A fact-packed series looks at the plight of each animal and the efforts to save them. Awesomephotographs accompany sensitively written text; it’s a hot topic, encouraging young children to

Animals with Jobs: Putting Instinct and Training to Work

For centuries, animals have worked alongside their human partners. Using their sharp senses, instincts, and training, animals provide transportation, guidance and assistance, safety and rescue, therapy, entertainment, and more. In these jobs, animals have proven to be invaluable partners to people worldwide.

Another Band's Treasure: A Story of Recycled Instruments

In Asunci-n, Paraguay, Diego dreams of giving music lessons to local children. The only problem: there aren't enough instruments to go around. But when he and Nicolas, a carpenter, look to a nearby landfill, they see instruments in the making. Soon, they're building what they need to give kids in town a new way to express themselvesÑand even find recognition they never expected. A lightly fictionalized tale inspired by La Orquesta de Instrumentos Reciclados de Cateura.

Are They Real? (BrightPoint Press)

Are They Real? explores modern-day myths, legends, and paranormal phenomena. The series examines each phenomenonÎs history, evidence of its potential existence, and its cultural impact. Each book includes a graphic that presents key information visually, source notes, and resources to aid in further research.