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Disaster strikes! In this hi/lo series, reluctant readers will learn about both historic and recent natural disasters. Engaging text and photos introduce how these disasters came to be and their impact on the world around them.
Take a look at a burger, peer at a pizza and sniff at your sandwich. Do you what know what's inside? How about what your food is made of and where it comes from? Let's deconstruct dishes, break them down and slice them up to find out what they're made of and if they're good for us! This series is a fun mix of illustrations and photographs that introduces readers to nutrition and health concepts as well as exposing them to food from around the world.
How can we make the world a better place? This inspiring resource for middle-grade readers is organized as a dictionary; each entry presents a word related to creating a better world, such as ally, empathy, or respect. For each word, there is a poem, a quote from an inspiring person, a personal anecdote from the authors, and a "try it" prompt for an activity. This second poetic collaboration from Irene Latham and Charles Waters builds upon themes of diversity and inclusiveness from their previ
Disaster can strike at any time. Communities across Canada have felt the effects of wildfires, floods, ice storms, and other natural disasters. Disasters in Canada: Prepare and Be Safe teaches readers the science behind these disasters, how Canadian communities prepare for them, and what families can do to stay safe.
Encourage readers to become medical detectives with this high-interest series that explores strange ways people have died. Written with a sense of humour, these books discover what might have happened in these disastrous deaths and how to avoid letting it happen to you!
How has Black culture been portrayed in the media over the last 100 years? Explore the strides Black actors, writers, and others have made to create better representation and inclusion in pop culture.
Beavers stay loyal for life. Scorpions attract their partners with a romantic dance.Male humpback whales sing together for days at a time to bring females from many miles away. This illustrated compendium is based on questions asked by children in sexuality education classes. It is frank, humorous, and with something to amaze on every page, including seduction methods, physiology and mating, the most devoted fathers in the animal kingdom, and the sweetest animal babies on
Celebrate all there is to love about getting a new dog with Sesame Street! Learn how to prepare for getting a dog, how to take care of and play with your new friend, and how to help shelter animals.
Do you like salt on your fries? What about sugar on your cereal? There are so many tasty things to eat, but did you know that the food you eat comes from all over the world? Hop on the Bite Bus and come on an adventure! Let’s Drive Thru the world and learn about where food comes from and how it grows.
There are so many new titles on Earth, the environment, and climate change - we just had to share some of our favourites for Earth Day. Take a look at this book list for kindergarten to grade 12.