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This timely series investigates how the media report on several important issues, and how that reporting affects the information that people receive. Each book in the series examines a different aspect of media bias, enabling readers to think critically about where their news comes from.
Divided by season, this beautifully illustrated and informative book series provides a resource of inspiration for families, designed to spark children's imagination and free-thinking. While all crafts and activities are designed to be carried out outside, these are interspersed with factual pages about forest flora and fauna, which can be enjoyed at home or used as a field guide while out and about. With activities for all seasons, outdoor exploration can be enjoyed twelve months of the year an
With a high-interest, STEM-focused approach, Foundations of Physics introduces foundational physics concepts. Each book covers a concept?s functions and laws, everyday applications, and key scientists involved in its development. Bright, full-colour photographs complement the carefully levelled text to make reading easy and fun.
Help your youngest readers learn to read with Fun First Concepts! Vibrant, real-life photographs and simple text introduce letters of the alphabet, colors, shapes, and counting concepts to beginning readers. Repetitive text patterns, clear photo/text matches, and labels create a reading experience that is engaging and easy to follow.
This playful and informative series reveals the inner workings and impact of today's most popular video games. Each title explores the inception and evolution of a particular game, highlighting key creators, super players, and cultural crazes inspired by the game. Special features include side-by-side comparisons of the game over time and a behind-the-screen look into the franchise. Colour photos and action-packed screenshots will transport readers to the heart of each video game empire and have
Your belly is full of tiny creatures! Vivid watercolours and lively text teach kids about the garden of microscopic flora growing inside them, how it keeps them healthy, and how they can help it thrive.
What two things can Garfield never eat for breakfast? Lunch and dinner! Laugh your way through Garfield-themed jokes in popular formats such as riddles, puns, and tongue twisters, along with jokes on Garfield's favourite topics (including food!).
Discover the human side of key newsworthy and historical figures. Each biography in this easy-reading series is peppered with quotes and childhood stories, accounts of successes and failures, and descriptions of the inspirational sources and experiences that influenced the person's achievements. Detailed timelines and indexes make these valuable reference resources.
Have you ever seen a germ up close? Really, really close? Award-winning science writer Sara Levine introduces readers to a variety of viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi that can make people sick-including SARS-CoV-2, E. coli, and ringworm. Micrographs and illustrations show extremely close-up views of the germs that are at once incredible and a little gross.The book concludes with tips for staying healthy as well as information about the immune system, vaccines, and medicines. It gives reade
This series gives readers an exciting look at eight giant animals of the sea, describing where they live, how they hunt, and the unique features that help them survive in the ocean. Each book pairs short paragraphs of easy-to-read-text with plenty of colourful photos to make reading engaging and accessible. Apex books have low reading levels (grades 2-3) but are designed for older students, with interest levels of grades 3-7.