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#MeToo and You: Everything You Need to Know about Consent, Boundaries, and More

#MeToo and You includes essential terminology, from consent to assault, from just plain yes to just plain no. Author Halley Bondy explores the nuances of emotions, comfort, and discomfort in sexually charged and emotionally abusive situations. Detailed scenarios, both real and hypothetical, provide valuable examples of what's acceptable and what is not, along with tools to help everyone treat others appropriately and to stand up for themselves and their peers.

10 at 10: The Surprising Childhoods of Ten Remarkable People

Audrey Hepburn, Roberto Clemente, Albert Einstein-kids know the names, but do they know what some of history's most famous figures were like at the age of ten? Carlyn Beccia presents ten brief and beautifully illustrated biographies to give young readers a fresh look at the lives of people they may only know through history books. Colourful timelines provide context and add additional details about these extraordinary lives.

100 Fun Things to Do to Unplug

Discover 100 creative projects you can do to unplug and reconnect with the world. Featuring both indoor and outdoor options, these activities will help readers develop new skills, uncover hidden talents, help others, and have fun with friends or by themselves.

100 Most...

Full of fascinating facts in bite-sized chunks, each entry includes ratings to show the most awesome, scary, and disgusting things. Perfect nonfiction to captivate reluctant readers.

2-in-1 Book

A combination of nonfiction and factual fiction provides readers with two ways to understand a subject. Read a factual fiction story, then flip the book over to learn fun facts about high-interest topics. Flip-the-book format is fun and interactive.

30-Minute Makers

This maker-focused series features science projects that can be completed in half an hour or less. Created in partnership with science project database Science Buddies®, an organization focused on fostering science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) discovery through hands-on explorations.

50 Things You Didn't Know About

A fun and engaging way for readers to explore a new topic, broaden their knowledge on a favourite subject, or just have a few laughs. Each book in this series is filled with true facts and trivia about historical topics ranging from daily life to the most unusual customs.

60 American Heroes Every Kid Should Meet

Sixty remarkable Americans and their inspiring stories are included in this unique book. Intended as a starting point for learning more about these important American heroes, each biography has a photo-illustrated double-page spread devoted to them. With an updated, modern design and Dennis Denenberg and Lorraine Roscoe's contagious, enthusiastic writing style, this book is a great introduction to authentic American heroes. New heroes in this edition include Anthony Fauci, Amanda Gorman, Dolly Parton, Fred Rogers, and Kamala Harris.

A Bear Named Bjorn

Bjorn lives in a cave. The walls are soft, the ground is comfortable, and just in front there is new grass and a rough tree, perfect for back-scratching. A Bear Named Bjorn takes us into the forest with Bjorn the bear and his friends. One day the animals have their eye tests and try on the humans' lost spectacles. Another, they just sit, watching the leaves and playing cards on a tree stump. And on party night the animals borrow clothes hanging on the camping ground line-and return everything carefully in the morning, only a little bit used.

A Bowl Full of Peace: A True Story

In this deeply moving nonfiction picture book, award-winning author Caren Stelson brings Sachiko Yasui's story of surviving the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and her message of peace to a young audience. Sachiko's family home was about half a mile from where the atomic bomb fell on August 9, 1945. Her family experienced devastating loss. When they returned to the rubble where their home once stood, her father miraculously found their serving bowl fully intact. This delicate, green, leaf-shaped bowl-which once held their daily meals-now holds memories of the past and serves as a vessel of hope, peace, and new traditions for Sachiko and the surviving members of her family.