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Powerful role models come from all walks of life. And these titles highlight some of the best female role models around. This hi/lo series is the perfect choice for studies integrating knowledge and ideas. Using infographics and fun text, Women Who Rock will inform and inspire while pushing readers to think critically about the world around them.
Young readers will be captivated by these titles that explore vehicles throughout history. Accessible text is complemented by large-scale, vibrant illustrations that include abundant captions.As the machines and their uses are described, readers will also learn how technological innovations progressed over time.
Danny wants a new pet but he doesn't want a boring pet. He wants a dinosaur! Luckily, The Wondrous Dinosaurium has just opened in town and its proprietor Mr. Ree is more than happy to help. But it turns out that dinosaurs don't make the most practical of pets!
Learning about word families is an essential skill for helping young readers become familiar with both the sounds and the spellings of words. These silly animal stories highlight common rhyming words with endings that are spelled the same way. A fun way to introduce kids to phonics and early literacy skills.
People go to work every day throughout Canada. Whether you live in a small town or a big city, on a farm or in the suburbs, there are all kinds of jobs you can do. Working in Canadian Communities will tell you more about the people who live and work in different parts of Canada and the types of jobs you can find there.
The World Around Us series introduces children to complex cultural and social issues in a straightforward and accessible way. These illustrated nonfiction picture books tackle global concerns and initiate conversations about subjects that are difficult, sad or overwhelming with school-aged children who are just beginning to observe the world around them.
Early guided readers in the 21st Century Basic Skills Library support the development of reading skills as they introduce students to vocabulary and content that they will use for a lifetime.
Movies and television shows have turned people of all ages into dinosaur fanatics. But what were these prehistoric creatures really like, and what wiped them out? This high-interest series explores the lives of world-famous dinosaurs, from diets to defenses, and examines what drove these great beasts to extinction. Maps, size comparisons, and other special features help bring the exciting world of dinosaurs to life!
From exploring space to exploring the deepest parts of the ocean, robots are becoming a big part of human life. With engaging graphics and charts that emphasize visual literacy, let readers explore the impacts robots are having on our world and our future.
The World Series is the biggest stage in baseball, and World Series Champions gives young readers a ticket to the “Fall Classic”! This series celebrates the highlights and stars of 16 Major League Baseball teams that have batted, slid, and thrown their way to championship glory. The text simply but efficiently narrates each team’s history, while exciting photos of historical and contemporary greats help introduce baseball immortals.