You can browse our books easily with any of the following filters, hover over the filters or their titles to see their descriptions.
Or you can use quick search or switch to advanced search for better results...
This series provides readers with an on-the-job look at what it's like to be a rescue worker. With an emphasis on the training rescue workers go through and the equipment they use, this series is sure to get kids excited about rescues.
Rhyming is a foundational literacy skill. Through simple, engaging text, our Rhyming Word Families series introduces common letter groupings and repeats them throughout a silly story. This repetition allows beginning readers to identify rhyming patterns and start to read on their own. Outstanding original artwork, an introduction to the author and illustrator, and a word list for review all further aid new readers' comprehension.
When seventeen-year-old Tatiana discovers that she is living four different but parallel lives in the multiverse, she and her other selves must band together to stop a megalomaniac scientist: their father.
The future is now. The next generation of amazing athletes is already taking over, and these young stars are gearing up to take their sports to new heights. Learn about these dynamic young players in Rising Stars. With engaging text, fact boxes, and action photographs, these books will prepare you to cheer on the biggest sports stars for years to come.
In this nonfiction picture book, Robert Bateman's art and family photos illustrate the story of his childhood.
Rocks and minerals are all around us! Not only are they on the ground at our feet, but they make up objects and technologies that we use every day. From granite countertops to tiny crystals found in electronic devices, rocks and minerals help our world run. This fascinating series uses diagrams, comparisons, and hands-on activities to help readers explore the formation and uses of different rocks and minerals.
The Runaways is an adventure filled with warmth and humour from one of the world's great writers.Grandpa's in the hospital and hating it. He swears at the nurses and makes trouble. Ulf's dad finds it too stressful to visit. But Ulf visits Grandpa as often as he's allowed, and when he's not allowed, he goes anyway.Grandpa thinks only of the place he was happiest-the island where he lived with Grandma before she died. He wants to go back, but they won't let him out of the hospital.Ulf and Grandpa take things into their own hands. If running away is the only way to get to the island, then they'll be runaways.
What are baby gorillas called? Baby elephants? Early readers will learn these names and more about their favourite safari babies. Adorable, vibrant photography and tightly controlled text work together to provide an engaging and supportive early reading experience. Each title in Safari Babies includes tools for caregivers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.
What equipment do elite athletes wear to stay safe? How do engineers make buildings safer from earthquakes? And what technology helps keep people safe in extreme heat? Find out in these fact-filled books!
Join award-winning science author Sandra Markle as she sheds light on some of the most fascinating scientific investigations in the animal kingdom. Solve real-life science mysteries alongside the teams of scientists dedicated to saving vanishing species or discovering new ones. And see how scientists, governments, and concerned citizens work together to pull endangered species back from the brink of extinction.