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In this early chapter book series, the ups and downs of Stella's life are charmingly chronicled. She's in third grade, she wants to be a writer, and her parents own a candy shop. Life should be sweet, right?
This STEM-based high-low series chronicles scientific breakthroughs that change, heal, or improve the human body. Each book features three technologies, a research-based activity, diagrams, scientist profiles, and more!
Are you fascinated by how things work? Want to help build our world? Then a STEM career might be for you. Learn about amazing STEM careers including what an environmental engineer does, where a food scientist works, what an astronomer does, where a chemist works, and what to study to become a mechanical engineer in this interesting, helpful series.
How do gymnasts use physics to take home gold medals? What technology make Olympians' bicycles the best? Each book in STEM in the Summer Olympics highlights a different Olympic event and the STEM concepts that help Olympians succeed. Bright, full-colour photographs complement the carefully levelled text to make reading for understanding easy and fun.
For elementary and middle grade students reading below level. Mixed fiction an d non-fiction paperback bookd with ties to STEM to engage struggling readers
If you can see it, you can draw it! Well-known artist Mark Bergin takes wishful artists from imagination to finished drawing in these fun DIY grade 3 books. With clear step-by-step instructions and finished models, this series gives students the skills and confidence to draw their world.
The story of Rama and her family, who are forced to flee their once-peaceful village in Syriato escape the ravages of the civil war raging ever closer to their home. With only what they can carry on their backs, Rama's family sets out to walk to safety in Europe. Nizar Ali Badr's stunning stone images illustrate the story.
Join the friendly, but sometimes accident-prone Stickmen as they explore the first steps in science. The Stickmen are science-mad and love to find out how stuff works. What makes stuff move and work or makes them bright and loud or what they are made of. These four books open the door to physics in an easy-to-read and simple-to-grasp format. Fun and simple illustrations are matched with simple text. These are interactive books with simple challenges to reinforce the science in each book.
People have been telling stories since the beginning of time--sharing them from one generation to the next. In the Stone Circle Stories: Culture and Folktales series, readers will recognize some of their favourite stories growing up and discover new ones from different cultures. Books include mature, complex themes at a low readability to engage struggling readers.
Twelve-year-old Kaya must harness the power of story magic-ignoring her society's bias against female magic wielders and her own internalized fear that her magic will cause bad luck-to save her brother and find herself.