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Students love the mysteries of the dinosaurs. Make them Dinosaur Detectives with this fascinating series. Labelled illustrations, and maps will give young scientists the facts they crave. Levelled text will give readers the success they need.
When Darren Dirkowitz's evil stepbrother (code name Waldo) gets hold of Darren's tippity-top-secret spy journal, he threatens to expose it to the entire Preston Middle School student body. Unless, that is, Darren starts doing his dirty work for him. Now Darren's got to use the oh-so-cloak-and-daggery skills he's honed in his secret alternate life as Dirk Daring, Secret Agent to spy on kids at school. Naturally, he also sets up a separate, sneaky surveillance program to unearth Waldo's own secret
Some tragedies are so profound that they resonate through time, remaining familiar long after they occur. But what caused these events? Were they inevitable, or could they have been prevented? Have steps been taken to ensure they never happen again? Chronicling some of history's greatest tragedies with appropriate solemnity, Disasters for All Time answers these questions as it unravels the events leading up to and following each disaster. Bolstered by quotes from survivors and eyewitness descrip
Introduce youngsters to Canada, with these spirited easy-to-understand fact filled books with great rhymes and expository text. These books are sure to both entertain and inform young students. There is a story behind every letter.
Discrimination based on race, sex, age, and more is as prominent in the public discourse today as it ever was. The Discrimination in Society series examines these and other types of discrimination-what they entail, how they are manifested, how widespread they are, their effects on real people, and efforts to address these problems. Personal accounts and quotes from experts in various fields provide added insight into these timely topics.
Diabetes, autism, and asthma are just a few of the common illnesses or conditions that afflict young people. In the Diseases and Disorders of Youth series, students will learn more about these conditions including what they are, what causes them, whether they can be treated or cured, and what it is like to live with them. Personal accounts and quotes from health experts help round out the discussion.
How did people go from listening to big, bulky vinyl records to streaming music wirelessly on Spotify? How did black and white newspapers evolve into 280-character tweets and Buzzfeed articles filled with GIFs and memes? What impact does innovation have on society? In the Disruptors in Tech series, readers will discover how technology has positively and negatively disrupted major industries like music, media, cars, and even education!
Donald Trump broke all of the rules of traditional political campaigns. Few, even in his own party, thought he would win. But he did. Donald Trump: 45th US President explores Trump's early life, his formative years, his career, and the campaign that brought him into office as America's 45th president.
This series invites explorers age 10 and up to dive into the mysterious depths of the ocean, cruise along coral reefs, trek across the beach in search of tide pools, and more as they travel through six diverse marine habitats. With reader-friendly text and a fun, inviting design, each title examines the given area's common features along with its unique plant and animal inhabitants.
Marijuana and heroin are experiencing a resurgence in popularity. Opioid painkillers and synthetic drugs are grabbing headlines, too. The Drug Dangers series examines what is taking place today in connection with these and other commonly abused drugs. All volumes clearly and accurately investigate their effects, whether they have addictive properties, the challenges of treatment and recovery, and efforts to prevent their use and abuse.