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The Nature's Makers series takes a look at today's makers and farmers who produce organic and small batch products--from grains and veggies to ice cream and honey. These books highlight key 21st Century content: Global Awareness, Financial Literacy, Health and Wellness, and Environmental Stewardship. Thought-provoking questions and hands-on activities encourage the development of critical life skills and social emotional growth.
This series is a perfect way to introduce youngsters to professional basketball. Each title looks at one of the most successful franchises in the National Basketball Association. Using simple language, and fun facts to explain the team's history and introduces its biggest stars.
Every bird's nest is unique! There are big nests and small nests. There are nests in high spots and nests in low spots. But no matter what, each bird family can call its nest "home." This story is a beautiful reminder that home is where you make it. With a gorgeous palette featuring bold colors and quirky artwork, this book will be a standout on the shelves. And the sweet yet subtle message that home is where you make it will resonate with readers of all ages.StarBerry Books, an imprint of Kane Press, is a library full of diverse and imaginative children's books created by authors and artists from all over the globe. "Read Your Way Around the World!
In recent years, the news media and its function in US society have become major topics of conversation and debate. The News Literacy series examines several key issues in modern news and gives readers tips on how to view the media through a more informed and sophisticated lens. Topics include the importance of quality journalism, the encroachment of advertising in traditional news spaces, and how to determine whether sources are credible or truly are "fake news."
After dark, the Night Bear goes on the hunt for his favourite snack: delicious nightmares. But one night, he almost munches on a dream of unicorns and rainbows by mistake-yuck! It might not be his cup of tea, but surely there's someone who might like it?Prize-winning husband and wife team Ana and Thiago de Moraes present The Night Bear-the perfect bedtime story.
The children are the only ones who notice a welcome intruder as a lively forest encroaches on a distracted town in this captivating picture book.
Soon after the sexual misconduct allegations against film producer Harvey Weinstein became public in late 2017, the #MeToo movement went viral, opening up an explosive conversation about rape culture around the globe. In the US, someone is sexually assaulted every 98 seconds. More than 320,000 Americans over the age of twelve are sexually assaulted each year. Men are victims too. One in thirty-three American men will be sexually assaulted or raped in his lifetime. Yet only 3 percent of rapists ever serve time in jail. Learn about the patriarchal constructs that support rape culture and how to dismantle them: redefining healthy manhood and sexuality, believing victims, improving social and legal systems and workplace environments, evaluating media with a critical eye, and standing up to speak out. Case studies provide a well-rounded view of real people on all sides of the issues.
Norman happily lives alone on Planet Gerp, spending every day making Nom Noms in his Nom Nom factory and eating only Nom Noms for every meal. It's perfectly nice and quiet on Gerp . . . until a loud, strange creature arrives bringing even stranger foods. What will Norman do?
From spiky to horned to feathered, the animals of North America come in all kinds! Readers will enjoy learning about the life cycles and survival tactics of these wild animals. Striking photographs capture the animals? behavior in nature, letting readers discover and explore North America?s native wildlife. Includes a visual animal identification guide.
The North American continent is filled with animals of all sizes and appetites. Some splash in rivers and swamps while others nest in trees and soar through open skies. Thousands of species roam the prairies, mountains, deserts, and forests that they call home. Meet your wild neighbours in this series for young readers!