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Science writer and plant expert Rebecca E. Hirsch presents fun and gross facts about a variety of plants along with explaining the science behind why they do what they do. Featured plants include the Venus Flytrap, an African tree that houses stinking ants to protect itself from hungry animals, a "vampire vine" that sucks nutrients from other plants, and fiendishly invasive kudzu.
Take a look inside White Lightning Nonfiction, a hi-lo nonfiction series for students in the middle grades. Mature, high-interest topics pull in readers and engage them with interesting information; colour photographs and illustrations; detailed graphic elements including charts, tables, and infographics; and fascinating facts. A 20-word glossary is included for vocabulary support.
Animal lovers will adore learning about some of the world's most popular dogs with this high-interest series. Appealing and informative titles cover physical traits, behaviour, and how to care for these furry friends.
Be inspired to get wildly creative with art. Each title explores a different theme, packed with original, colourful ideas using various media and everyday items. Simple step-by-step instructions and photographs guide readers through the projects.
In The Wild World of Buck Bray series, eleven-year-old Buck is the star of a wilderness TV show. He and his TV crew, including Toni Shoop, the cameraman’s daughter, travel to film at some of the most beautiful national lands. And while visiting these sights, Buck and Toni must use their wits to solve mysteries they uncover during their filming.
Little Hare is eager to learn about the animals that live at the zoo. He explored his big backyard in the country in the winter book Wilson, Do You See It? and then again in the summer book Wilson, Do You Hear It? Now it's fall. He's older now and ready for anew adventure, this time away from home. His friend Wilson gives him clues to help him guess the names of the Canadian animals.
Women and Society explores important issues surrounding women today, including sexism, harassment, and objectification. Readers will learn about feminism and efforts toward gender equality. Each volume includes diagrams to enhance readers' understanding of complex concepts, source notes, and an annotated bibliography to facilitate deeper research.
In December 2015, the Pentagon changed a rule to allow American women to serve for the first time ever in front-line ground combat troops. Women have fulfilled many military roles throughout history, including nursing; driving ambulances; handling administrative duties; working as mechanics; and serving in the WASPs, WACs, WAVES, and SPARS. More recently women are flying jets, conducting surveillance, commanding naval ships, and now fighting on the front lines. Yet no matter their official title
Extraordinary women are changing the world! They are leaders shaping the way we think about science, business, design, politics, and more. This biography series for early readers uses informative text and engaging features to highlight remarkable women at the forefront of their fields.
Women's Soccer Today entertains and informs both readers who love soccer in all forms and those just discovering the sport or the women's game. It introduces the best female players in the world and the top soccer nations in the women's game. Women's Soccer Today looks at the growth and development of the sport for women, and examines the issues facing the women's game today and in the future.