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Taste of Rain, The  

This novel for middle readers takes place in a Japanese internment camp in China in WWII, where thirteen-year-old Gwen follows the Girl Guide code in order to survive.

Teach Me To Love

I want to learn. Teach me, okay? Show me, show me, show me the way. Gentle verse and endearing photographs will delight young children as these curious baby animals try new things. I want to run. Teach me to run. Show me! Show me! How it is done. And so a puppy runs, all because someone showed him the way. From bunnies to ducklings to sweet little kittens, learning happens on every page.

Team Earth (Core Library)

Around the world, animals work with other living things to create unique and balanced ecosystems. Bees help plants make seeds. Birds scatter seeds so plants can grow. Gophers loosen the soil, letting water and nutrients easily reach roots. Cleaner fish keep other fish healthy by eating parasites. But today, some of these systems are at risk of disappearing. Team Earth investigates the amazing ways that animals help their environments and humans, and shows what people can do to protect them.

Tech Effect, The

This series examines the many ways that new technologies (such as 3-D printing and robotics) are shaping daily life and human communities. Books in this series look at what’s being done today and why, how these technologies are already changing people’s lives, and how these advances might alter the future. All books feature real-world examples, fully-documented quotes, and clear, thoughtful narrative.

Technology Breakthroughs

Young readers are fascinated by technological innovation, and the series Technology Breakthroughs explores key advances that have shaped history and society. Each book features 12 of the most influential technology breakthroughs in a particular arena, covering the major players in each breakthrough, its main turning points, and how it changed the way we live. This informative series offers a fresh perspective on life-changing technological advancements throughout history and today.

Technology Breakthroughs II

Technology breakthroughs change history and society when they happen, and they are happening at a faster pace than ever. This series helps young readers gain perspective on developments in technology. Each book covers the context, contributing factors, key players, and effects of a major technology breakthrough. Good STEM connection.

Technology Inspired by Nature

Technology Inspired by Nature explores innovations in technology across a variety of industries that were inspired by animals and plants. Through readable text, informative side bars, and an ôInspire Me!ö special feature, readers will learn about past discoveries in the intersection of technology and nature as well as cutting-edge technologies that are still to come.

Technology's Impact

Technology's Impact explores how cutting-edge technologies will affect our society in the future-both positively and negatively. Readers will learn how these technologies work, how they are already affecting today's world, and how researchers are working to unlock the opportunities of these advances while avoiding the potential pitfalls. The books look ahead to the future, charting the likely future paths of these technologies. Each volume includes callout definitions for subject vocabulary, dia

Teen Activism Library

Teenagers today are taking a stand on many important societal issues. This series explores what they are doing and why, how they are going about it, and what they hope to achieve. It also offers guidance on some of the tools and knowledge that young people will need if they want to take stands on issues that matter to them. In all books in the series, teen activists and others share their experiences on the front lines of activism.

Teen Astronauts  

Thirteen-year-old Houston Williams is smart. Very smart. So no one is surprised when he earns a scholarship to attend a prestigious NASA space camp. At the training facility he immediately bonds with his new team, including a girl named Teal. He also clashes with a girl on a rival team named Ashley, who matches or beats him in every exercise. The three of them impress the directors so much they are invited to join a top-secret research project that studies how space travel affects people of diff