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From orcas and emperor penguins to white-tailed deer and spotted hyenas, many animal species live, hunt, raise young, and protect themselves in groups. With eye-catching images and carefully crafted text, Pods, Troops, and Other Animal Groups helps readers understand how animals form groups for survival. Free downloadable Teacher's Guide available.
Join author Lee Wind on a fascinating journey through LGBTQIA+ history, as he delves into primary sources to reclaim the lives, loves, and identities of historical figures around the world.
From whipping around corners in open cockpit vehicles to zooming down bumpy tracks on dirt bikes, racing sports are full of thrilling moments. This action-packed series showcases six of the worldÎs biggest racing sports, describing their history, equipment, and what happens in the sportsÎ exciting races. Each book pairs short paragraphs of easy-to-read-text with plenty of colourful photos to make reading engaging and accessible.
Our senses help us observe and understand our world. Engaging photos and accessible text help teach young readers about their senses. Simple text is levelled for beginning readers, and questions encourage readers to think like a scientist. Educator resources provide an integrated approach to social-emotional learning.
Introduce young readers to popular sports! These accessible titles explain the equipment needed and the basic rules of eight sports. Social and emotional connections encourage readers to think about what it would be like to play on a team.
Inspire and empower girls to dream big with stories of real-life extraordinary women from all around the world. Each book features 25 stories of women and girls who have dazzled the world with their leadership skills, athleticism, love for the environment, and success in business. Make the world a better, more inclusive place.
In this series learn more about the vast regions of Canada and what makes them unique. Explore current issues and learn how to respect our biodiversity by being stewards of its future.
People around the world watched the devastating viral video in which George Floyd was murdered by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Many joined protests and marches to stand against police brutality, and people were left with unanswered questions: When can an officer use deadly force? How did law enforcement get here? What does the future of public safety look like? Dr. Artika R. Tyner explores the role of police and the history of law enforcement, community values regarding public safety, and s
Trees are the tallest living things on Earth. But how do they grow to be so tall? Science writer Rebecca E. Hirsch presents a poetic introduction to the tree life cycle in Rise to the Sky. Accompanied by Mia Posada's detailed collage illustrations, this book features the tallest tree species from around the world, including the coast redwood, the Sitka spruce, and the giant sequoia.
For thousands of years, the Elwha river flowed north to the sea. The river churned with salmon, which helped feed bears, otters, and eagles. The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, known as the Strong People, were grateful for the river's abundance. All that changed in the 1790s when strangers came who did not understand the river's gifts. The strangers built dams, and the environmental consequences were disastrous.Sibert honoree Patricia Newman and award-winning illustrator Natasha Donovan join forces t