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The Outdoors

The Outdoors introduces readers to the many thrilling kinds of hunting and fishing. Colourful photographs and clear text take readers through the equipment, skills, and techniques needed for each sport. A focus on safety and conservation helps prepare readers to protect and explore the great outdoors.

The Outfit

Join the Outfit, a band of mystery-solving teens, as they investigate chilling ghost stories and strange happenings around their hometown. Fast-paced action and interesting characters in this high/low series add excitement for reluctant young adult readers.

The Push for Social Change

Social change can occur slowly and quietly but it is often the result of large numbers of people mobilizing for the purpose of bringing about change. The Push for Social Change series explores how and why social change occurs and what impact major movements have had on people's lives. All books will examine the events that led to particular social change movements; what those movements did; how and why they did it; and the short-term and long-term impact of those movements. Quotes from people on

The Real Science of Superpowers (Alternator Books ®)

Fictional heroes can fly at the speed of light, go invisible at will, jump back and forth in time, and use their super strength or laser vision to save the day! Will mere mortals ever be able to super-size their physical abilities in the same way? Learn the real-life science behind superpowers and what scientists are doing to make those powers a reality.

The Reluctant Storyteller

Chooch is reluctant about many things. He is reluctant to be a storyteller like the rest of his Cherokee family, and he is reluctant to spend spring break in the small town of Greasy, Oklahoma, with Uncle Dynamite. But Chooch will find out there?s more than one way to tell a story.The Reluctant Storyteller includes: The Energy of Thunder Beings by Art Coulson and Roy Boney, Jr. and Cherokee Life Today by Traci Sorell.

The Rise of Anime and Manga: From Japanese Art Form to Global Phenomenon

Manga and anime have risen from obscure art forms with cult followings to mainstream cultural forces. This book traces the development of manga and anime from their roots in medieval Japanese artwork to their record-shattering success on bestseller lists and in box office receipts. It also discusses their impact beyond the page and screenÑin conventions, cosplay, toys, games, apparel, and accessories.

The Risks of Social Media

Social media's explosive growth has come with many benefits but it has also resulted in significant risks including addiction, deception, and bullying. This series explores those risks and the challenges of addressing them. All books feature real-world accounts, fully-documented quotes, and clear, thoughtful narrative.

The Robot Makers

Learn about the history of robotics, the building blocks of a robot, the basics of coding, and more in these humorous, high-energy graphic novels. When soccer fanatic La Ion transfers to a new school, he only wants to find his next teammates. But a sign for a soccer club leads him to a robot soccer crew, with human students behind the controls. The mix-up draws La Ion into a rivalry with a club of battle-robot makers and a series of intense competitions. La Ion might join kicking and screaming,

The Science and Technology of Sports

No matter the sport, athleticism and hard work are central to athletic performance. But there is more going on when a person runs, jumps, kicks, or throws. Physical forces and biomechanical factors help determine speed, stamina, accuracy, and more. The Science and Technology of Sports series examines the biomechanics, physics, and mathematical principles that shape athletic performance and competition. How these factors influence training and common injuries is also discussed.