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From the American Revolutionary War to the Cold War, conflict has been present throughout much of history. Through levelled text and vibrant, accurate images, this engaging series introduces readers to different wars and how they changed the world. Each title is packed with special features that highlight maps, life on the home front, key battles, important technology, and more. These books will make young historians eager to learn more!
Every day, we use plastic products. And where does these items go when we are done with them?When artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi found plastic trash polluting the beach near her home, she took action. She formed an organization called Washed Ashore and started gathering trash from beaches and using it to create incredible sculptures of wildlife. These sculptures travel the country to teach people about the importance of these animals-and the problems caused by plastic pollution.Author and photogr
Flying friends, gentle giants, and even teeny tiny insects are on the move! Why? It has to do with weather. Learn about the migration of animals that are spurred on to travel by changes in the weather. Colourful photos and carefully levelled text guide readers along on the journey.
Humans have used cannabis for thousands of years, since Neolithic peoples sought out its medicinal benefits. But for the past century, its use has been largely criminalized. Stigma around cannabis has made it difficult for people of all ages to get straightforward answers about how to minimize health risks related to cannabis consumption or to understand how the plant has shaped and continues to shape society today.
Animals eat a variety of foods, from plants and other animals to poop, soil, or blood. This series examines four of the most interesting animal diets and explores the reasons why animals eat those particular foods.
This fun, illustrated series explores how colors can make us feel different feelings based on what we are seeing. A page for caregivers and teachers in every book suggests guiding questions to help aid in reading comprehension.
How creatively do you see things? She took photographs of things she loved and sent them to him. He drew pictures on her photographs of things he saw and sent them back to her. Real-life friends Barney Saltzberg and Jamie Lee Curtis share their fun, funny, and imaginative creations, encouraging readers to find their own unique perspectives lurking in puddles and noodles, fruit and flowers. This project was born out of a school visit where Jamie complimented Barney's creativity, lamenting her own
Climate is the usual weather found in a place, from how much rain it gets in a year to a change in temperature during a certain month or season. Earth's climate is always changing, but what does that really mean? Let's investigate the problem of climate change and explore its impact on our planet, the animals around us, and ourselves. Readers will learn the problems of the present, what they might face in the future, and what they can do to help.
Our bodies are super machines that keep us moving, learning, and having fun. But how do they work? The secret is inside! Explore different body systems, what they do for us, and how to keep them healthy. Each book pairs colourful illustrations and photographs with engaging text and fun facts.
Each book in this fascinating series is filled with facts about these mighty creatures from long ago. Find out where they lived, how big they were, what they ate, and how they compared to other dinosaurs. Every book also includes a page for caregivers and teachers that suggests guiding questions to help aid in reading comprehension. Downloadable Teacher Notes available.