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Champion Soccer Clubs

This series will score with those in search of a high-interest series to capture the attention of soccer fans. Each title covers a high-profile soccer franchise and explains its history, details its greatest games and moments, highlights its most exciting players, and much more.

Changing Families

American families are changing. New attitudes toward adoption, same-sex marriage, interracial relations, and more have influenced the makeup of families all across the nation. The Changing Families series helps young readers understand the experience of being part of a non-traditional family. Chapters examine the changes that are taking place, how young people within these families view themselves, and how they are affected by the views of outsiders. Each book also presents stories of well-known people who have grown up in non-traditional families.

Children in History (Voyager)

Children in History explores eight major periods in history through the stories of children that lived them. Complete with true accounts of real children from the past, the books in this eye-opening set illustrate what it was like to live during times of war, revolution, and social and economic change.

Civil Rights Leaders

The books in the CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS series will provide readers with a greater understanding of several of the brave advocates for justice and fair treatment who helped blacks achieve greater freedom in American society. Each book is illustrated with numerous photographs. The up-to-date information in each book is supplemented with a glossary of key terms, guides to additional resources for more information, scan-able links to educational videos, text-dependent questions and report ideas.

Coding is Everywhere (Blastoff! Readers: Level 2)

Our lives are filled with computers! We use them to work, play games, learn, and even drive our cars and heat our homes! At the heart of each of these computers is millions of lines of code telling it what to do. But how does that code work? This series introduces young readers to the power of code and how itimpacts our daily lives.

Coding with Anna and Elsa (A Frozen Guide to Blockly)

Learn the basics of coding using Blockly with help from the cast of Frozen. Step-by-step instructions guide readers through exercises that teach sequencing, debugging, and more. Readers can try out the skills they learn in a code.org companion site.

Community Economics

From an early age, students start to use and understand money. This series introduces the youngest learners to basic economic principles within a community. From spending and saving money to supply and demand, young readers gain a basic foundation of economics and learn about personal finance and decision-making.

Community Helpers (Blastoff! Readers: Level 1)

There are some jobs that keep our communities' wheels spinning. Doctors and dentists help us stay healthy and strong. Police officers keep our streets safe. Teachers prepare us for our changing world. This series explores the community helpers of today and how their work keeps our communities running safely and smoothly.

Community Workers

This series introduces early readers to community helpers. From firefighters to librarians, each book details the work of each community helper, the tools needed to do that job, and why we need that role in our community. Through critical thinking questions and fun facts, students will gain a better appreciation for the importance of these helpers in their own lives and in the community.

Connecting Cultures Through Family and Food

The immigrant experience is one that millions of people have gone through-or are going through right now. As people from around the world find a new home, they bring with them the families they love and the traditions that bind them together. They also bring a long history of sharing meals together, eating foods and dishes that have been passed down for centuries. In this series, the shared experience of eating together becomes the framework for examining the immigrant experiences of a wide range of nationalities and cultures. Each has a unique story of what they left behind, why they had to move, and what they found when they re-settled.