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In this middle-grade novel, Riley's dad signs him up for aikido to help him manage his anxiety.
Emma loves her grandfather, and the moments she shares with him are always filled with beautiful discoveries. That's because Grandpa Phil is so wise. He even knows how to change ordinary stones into precious gems. By using these stones to carry out three acts of kindness every day, Grandpa Phil demonstrates to his granddaughter the importance of helping people, animals, and the environment.
Experts have documented an explosive rise in the number of hate groups since the turn of the century, driven by anger over immigration and demographic projections for the near future. Extremists are increasingly diffuse, moving to the web and away from organized, on-the-ground activities. What is a hate group and how does it operate? What is the history of organizing around hate and how do we recognize and confront it? These are the salient issues readers will investigate in this overview.
The world's ever-changing weather forms an important part of kids' lives. Our Eye on the Sky series offers young readers a first look at these natural phenomena through a combination of easy-to-read text and carefully selected photos. Phonetic glossary terms and sources for further information encourage kids to continue their investigations.
A picture book series with a completely new take on traditional fairytales. Each story focuses on a core virtue and a specific strength that the character must learn, for example Snow White wants to be the star striker in her football team but needs to learn the value of teamwork. While there is always a lead fairytale character, their friends will also appear in their story and help them overcome the challenge they face. Notes and questions at the back of the book will summarize what the charac
Fake news is not new but, thanks to the Internet and social media, it is spreading faster and farther than ever before. Fabricated stories are creating doubt and confusion and easing the way for the manipulation of public opinion. In some cases, web sites and news articles are designed to confuse people into thinking that they are looking at trusted sources and factual stories. In other cases, the label fake news serves as a tool for discrediting unflattering accounts or opposing points of view.
While popularized by President-elect Donald Trump during his 2017 campaign, the term "fake news" actually originated toward the end of the 19th century, in an era of rampant yellow journalism. Since then, it has come to encompass a broad universe of news stories and marketing strategies ranging from outright lies, propaganda, and conspiracy theories to hoaxes, opinion pieces, and satire-all facilitated and manipulated by social media platforms. This title explores journalistic and fact-checking
From chicken nuggets to chocolate chip cookies, this series helps early readers learn about their favourite foods. Students learn about the history and culture associated with each food. Each book includes an ingredients list to help readers make their favourite foods at home.
Invite young readers to learn and think about how they can earn, spend, and save money. Core social studies curriculum and kid-friendly text work together to spark readers' interest in economics.
In 1961, President John F. Kennedy issued a challenge to the nation: land astronauts on the moon by the end of the decade. The Apollo program was designed by NASA to meet that challenge, and on July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 lifted off from Kennedy Space Center carrying astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin Aldrin. Apollo 11's prime mission objective: "Perform a manned lunar landing and return." Four days after take-off, the Lunar Module "Eagle," carrying Armstrong and Aldrin, separate