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Media Literacy (BrightPoint Press)

Media Literacy explores how people get their news and whether they can trust it. Readers will learn key media literacy skills to help them become insightful consumers of news media. Each book includes a graphic that presents key information visually, source notes, and resources to aid in further research.

Meet the Community Helpers! (Grasshopper Books)

Meet the Community Helpers! introduces emergent readers to community helpers with fun, simple storylines and bright illustrations. Each title focuses on a day in the life of a community helper, highlighting his or her roles and responsibilities. These fully-illustrated books provide a supportive educational fiction reading experience with a focus on sight words, tightly controlled vocabulary, repetitive text patterns and sounds, and fun illustrations to match the storylines and enhance imaginati

Mini Math Mysteries

The student detectives at Lincoln Elementary love math-and solving mysteries! Can you help? Each case in these pick-your-own-path books is solvable based on second-grade math problems. Choose the right answer, and advance to the next clue. Choose the wrong answer, and clear text and visuals explain the math and encourage the reader to try again.

Miss Mary's Christmas Mittens

Miss Mary is beloved by her students. She makes learning enjoyable and easy, and her brightly coloured knitwear brings a smile to everyone's face. Walking to school on the last day before the Christmas break, Miss Mary envisions all the fun students will have at recess. They'll make snow angels, build snowmen, and play other winter games. But recess isn't fun. No one wants to play. The snow is cold and the children don't have any mittens. Not to worry, thinks Miss Mary. She will knit mittens for

Mission: Mars (21st Century Skills Library)

Every day, NASA learns a little bit more about our nearest neighbour, Mars. No planet besides Earth has been explored more! Students will look at Mars's geology and what may lie beneath the planet's rocky surface And discover the lessons learned from past launches to the planet and the technological advances made since then. Readers will learn what stands between us and Mars, and what the journey there would be like. What would humans need for a successful voyage? What dangers might await brave

Monsters in the Briny

What do you do with a grumpy kraken, a sickly sea serpent, and a tearful gigantic tortoise? You sing them a tune, of course! Following the sea shanty rhyme of ""What Do You Do With . . . ,"" a ship's crew of sailors has to contend with a coterie of mythical sea creatures, all demanding comfort and attention. As each creature threatens to swamp the ship, the quick-thinking crew knows just what to do to save the day, from serving pancakes to mopping a sweaty forehead to sharing an umbrella to keep

Mother Winter

A poetic personification of the winter season, Mother Winter goes walking "on the longest cold night," inviting the reader along to experience chill winds, icy ponds, white snowdrifts, and other quiet wonders.

Mr. Bat Wants a Hat

Mr. Bat is missing something. Something important. A HAT! He wants a HAT! Before long, he finds the perfect hat. It has pretty pink roses and lots of GLITTER. But this hat belongs to someone else . . . Which doesn't bother him AT ALL, actually. Or does it? This is a hilarious and heart-warming story which encourages children to learn to think about others, empathy, and doing the right thing. The brightly coloured illustrations combine with lively text to create a vibrant and though-provoking bed

Mushroom Rain

What can smell like bubble gum, glow neon green at night, be poisonous and yet still eaten by humans, and even help create rain? The answer is mushrooms! From their hidden networks underground to the fruiting body above, mushrooms can do incredible things. But don't call them plants--mushrooms are fungi. They're more closely related to animals like you! Through lyrical text and colourful, detailed artwork, the wonderful, mysterious, and sometimes bizarre world of mushrooms is explored. Back matt

My Dragon Boat Festival

Every year a boy and his parents travel back to their hometown to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival. It’s a wondrous time for the boy, as he learns Chinese traditions from his grandparents. He always leaves with only one wish-to return next year.