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Imagine being stranded without food, water, or shelteràhow would you survive in the wild? This series gives you all the strategies and know-how to deal with wilderness emergencies - and could help save your life!Each volume also includes "Real Life Survival" side barsthat share true stories of adventurers and their survival stories.
Ridiculous situations and even crazier suggestions meet up to leave readers rolling on the floor in laughter as a seemingly rogue author guides them through worst-case scenarios. Includes real-life situations, fun facts, and critical thinking questions.
Face life-threatening events and escape death with this thrilling series. Young students will learn how to prepare for and act during extreme survival situations. True stories in each title follow people who have experienced the crises and lived to tell the tale. Would you survive?
Lost in the woods. Trapped in an abandoned mine. Castaway on a deserted island. Avalanche! Could you survive? In this series, readers come along as diverse characters learn important skills in adverse conditions . . . and survive!
Would you have survived aboard the Titanic? What about lost in the pyramids of Ancient Egypt? Read the books in the Surviving History series and tally up your score to find out! While flipping through, learn wild facts and survival tips. Written at a lower reading level with considerate text, these high maturity books are sure to grab struggling readers as they engage and play along. Also includes a table of contents, glossary, index, author biography, sidebars, educational matter, and activitie
A stunning picture book set in the Pacific Northwest about an alternative, multigenerational family and their love for their granddaughter, niece and daughter.
From the mighty great white to the alienlike goblin shark, earth's oceans are full of sharks. With speed, strength, and stealth, they make the perfect predators. They also make the ideal reading topics for young readers. Through diagrams, labeled images, and other graphics, this series emphasizes visual literacy while diving into the lives, habitats, and diets of the creatures children love to learn about.
Aspiring activist Sylvie Schwartz dreams of saving the world. If only the world would cooperate. This series will appeal to kids who want to make a difference, dream big, and want to do great things. (It will also appeal to anyone who loves ice cream sundaes or sweet slobbery puppies.) No matter what gets in Sylvie's way, your readers will root for Sylvie to succeed, project after project.
The United States was founded on freedom. The many symbols that represent this liberty build patriotism and a sense of community. This introduction for young readers explains the meaning, history, and importance of these symbols that celebrate the freedom of the United States.
Petra just loves spring in Gimmelwald. Each season she and her family lead their prize dairy cows into the pastures to graze and each cow wears her own jingling, jangling, clanging bell. What a symphony! But when Petra’s favourite cow, Effie, loses her bell the whole herd is out of harmony and refuses to move. Will Petra be able to find Effie’s bell before it’s too late? With charming illustrations, this whimsical story is sure to delight children and adults alike.