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How to Build Our World (Fusion Books)

Take a tour of different parts of our planet, from cities to rain forests and oceans. Making ecosystems entertaining to young readers, each book dives into How to Build Our World. Celebrate our planet with this fun and engaging series.


Inner is about a young girl on her journey to question the universe about the secrets of life. The questions she poses to the universe, ""Is there any kindness in the world? I’m looking for kindness,"" can only be found and answered from within herself. She continues her journey around the world, questioning trees, animals, plants, and water. Each time, the universe answers back to the little girl, ""Go Inner."" At the end of her journey, she builds up enough confidence and wisdom to understand

Labors of Gen, The

Victory is the only option. Once a year, the Olympian Empresses grant the wishes of ten people selected by a lottery-for a price. Seventeen-year-old Gen, a former circus performer, wants the freedom of her father, who was sentenced to life in prison for murders she knows he didn’t commit. Castor plans to carry the island Arcadia into the future in place of her brother, Pollux, but only after the Empresses force a change in her island’s archaic laws that requires a male heir. To get what they wan

Lantana Global Picture Books

Lantana Global Picture Books open up the world to young readers. These modern fables represent the best of contemporary writing, created by prize-winning authors and illustrators from around the world. The stories provide a lot of adventure, a little bit of magic, and a window onto other cultures, because all children deserve to see themselves in the books they read.

Lemon Drop Falls

Brave the sour to taste the sweet.Morgan is devastated by her mother’s sudden death. Before, Mom’s amazing organizational skills kept the family on track, and her bowl of lemon drops was always on hand to make difficult conversations easy, turning life’s sour into sweet. After, there’s no one to help Morgan navigate her new role caring for her younger siblings, her worries about starting junior high, and her increasingly confusing friendships. All she can do is try to fulfill her mother’s final

Let's Communicate  

This engaging series uses illustrated stories to help children develop language and communication skills in a fun, imaginative way. Notes for caregivers and parents offer supplemental activities and ideas for every spread.

Life Skills Handbooks

Combining practical content with visual appeal, the Life Skills Handbooks read more like magazines than books. These 120-page handbooks are designed to teach life skills to today’s teens in an approachable and non-threatening way. Realistic scenarios help teens grasp the relevance of the information in these books, along with graphs, and charts add to students’ understanding. Essential vocabulary is featured to help students build real-world literacy.

Life Works!

Highlight early social and emotional learning concepts with this series that teaches young readers how Life Works! From building trust and tackling teamwork to navigating emotions and setting goals, each book features hands-on activities, fun illustrations, and engaging text.

Lifeskills in Action (Soft Skills)

Develop students’ soft skills with these five books. Critical elements of soft skills in the workplace and everyday life are explored in these flip books. Topics include: communication, emotional intelligence, adaptability, problem-solving, and work ethic. Each book is actually two books in one, with a nonfiction side and a fiction side. The nonfiction side teaches students about an important soft skills topic with full-color content, and the fiction side is a text story that helps to generalize

Lisette's Lie

Lisette and her friend the lizard have never told a lie. But they are eager to try-it might be fun! They tell Elephant they are going for a trip to the mountains. When Elephant decides to come too, they realize they'll have to make the mountain. A liar needs to improvise. In this funny story about imaginative play with friends, Lisette's creativity and quick thinking make for a wonderful day out. Lisette's Lie gently explores the differences between storytelling and lies and the importance of go