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In these illustrated novels for middle-grade readers, Billy Stuart and his loyal scout group get lost on a hike and, inadvertently, travel through time. Brightly illustrated and enhanced with games and puzzles throughout, Billy Stuart and the Zintrepids is sure to amuse readers of all ages.
Find out how scientists are working to ensure that the promise of clean, renewable offshore wind power won't spell disaster for the millions of seabirds that play a critical role in the ocean food web.
In this gritty young adult novel, Réal struggles with his guilt over a friend's violent death and his feelings for the dead boy's pregnant girlfriend.
Black Canadians have shaped Canadian history since it was first colonized. Black History in Canada explores the struggles many early black settlers faced and how black Canadians have fought throughout history for equal treatment. Readers will learn about the important contributions black Canadians have made from their initial arrival in colonial times through the present day.
Black Lives Matter was born in July 2013 after a jury exonerated the killer of an unarmed black youth named Trayvon Martin. Since that time it has become known as a formidable, often controversial, civil rights movement that seeks equality and fair treatment of black citizens by law enforcement and by society as a whole.
High-school basketball players at the top of their games grapple with challenges on and off the court. A school cheating scandal, inner-city life, and racial tensions push these athletes to the brink of quitting the sport they love. When life misses its mark, can these players rebound and rise above the obstacles in their path?
In this deeply moving nonfiction picture book, award-winning author Caren Stelson brings Sachiko Yasui's story of surviving the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and her message of peace to a young audience. Sachiko's family home was about half a mile from where the atomic bomb fell on August 9, 1945. Her family experienced devastating loss. When they returned to the rubble where their home once stood, her father miraculously found their serving bowl fully intact. This delicate, green, leaf-shaped bowl
This story reveals the remarkable life of a Native American boy named Wassaja, or "Beckoning," who was kidnapped from his Yavapai tribe and sold as a slave. Adopted by an Italian photographer in 1871 and renamed Carlos Montezuma, the young boy traveled throughout the Old West, bearing witness to the prejudice against and poor treatment of Native Americans. Carlos eventually became a doctor and leader for his people, calling out for their rights. Gina Capaldi's exquisite paintings bring to life e
Put readers' thinking skills to the test with these entertaining visual, logical, and physical challenges. The puzzles, games, and tricks can be copied or repeated for continued fun, and the solutions to each activity reveal much about how the human brain works as well as amazing secrets of shapes, numbers, and the laws of physics.
Embark on an exciting treasure hunt! Readers will take a journey, solving puzzles along the way, to reach the final prize at the end of each book. Puzzles include math challenges, word games, anagrams, research questions, visual puzzles, and more. A series-dedicated website helps readers find answers to tough questions.