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Non-Fiction (187 series)

Tracking Tortoises, The Mission to Save a Galápagos Giant

Take a journey to the Galápagos Islands to see Galápagos giant tortoises up close and discover how cutting-edge technology is helping scientists study and protect these gentle giants. Page Plus links in the book lead to videos of scientists in the field.

True Survival Stories (Black Sheep)

Would you survive a shark attack? How far would you go to survive a plane crash? In this thrilling graphic nonfiction series, readers meet true survivors of these deadly situations. They'll learn what it took to battle the elements, outlast enemies, and make it to safety. Detailed illustrations and engaging dialogue relate each journey, and actual quotes help survivors tell the story in their own words. Maps, timelines, and additional facts highlight even more details of these amazing stories of

Understanding Canadian Government and Citizenship  

This dynamic series introduces young readers to the three levels of government in Canada and its impact on daily life. It also explores the rights and responsibilities of citizens. Colourful flowcharts and diagrams illustrate government processes, while sidebars examine contemporary issues and invite readers to think critically about modern Canadian politics.

Unofficial Guides (21st Century Skills Innovation Library)

The Unofficial Guides series explores the various aspects of today's most popular games and programs including Apex Legends, LEGO Mindstorms, Fortnite, Minecraft, Animal Crossing, Among Us and more! Each collection covers topics ranging from basic to advanced. This series is perfect for the hands-on techie.

Unofficial Guides Junior (21st Century Skills Innovation Library)

The Unofficial Guides Junior series explores the various aspects of the enormously popular Minecraft™, Fortnite, Roblox, and Pokémon GO programs for younger readers. This collection, covering topics across the games in a clear and concise way,is perfect for the younger hands-on techie.

We Love Cars and Trucks (Bumba Books®)

Vehicle fans will love learning about the special parts of their favourite vehicles, from the many different kinds of race cars to the strength and power of a pickup truck.

What Can I See?

Explore sun-baked deserts, untamed jungles and rain forests, spectacular undersea worlds, and the frozen lands of the polar regions. This beautifully illustrated series for younger readers takes an up-to-date look at these incredibly diverse and fascinating environments, exploring their different climates and habitats, along with the animals that live in them. Packed with fascinating facts and a hidden animal to find on every page, these books are bound to keep kids engaged and entertained.

What's Up with Water? (Bearcub Books)

Every living thing on Earth needs water to survive. But why do we need it, where does it come from, and how do we save it? This valuable series answers these questions and more while introducing early science concepts to emergent readers. Vibrant photographs and diagrams will aid readers in learning about the water cycle, how people use water, and what that means for the environment.

Where Do I Live? (Crabtree Roots)  

Do you live in a town or a city? Each book in the Where Do I Live? series focuses on defining an area that people live in. Using colourful photographs that connect to simple sentences and relevant sight words, each book builds confidence in reading skills and helps define the places we live in. Every book in this series also includes a page for caregivers and teachers that suggests guiding questions to help aid in reading comprehension. Downloadable Teacher's Guide available.

Who Is a Scientist?

Scientists work hard in the lab and in the field to make important discoveries. But that's not all-they also love to dance, fly drones, eat French fries, and more! Meet fourteen phenomenal and diverse scientists.