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Love the excitement of a big game? The roar of a crowd when there's a win? The Big Game series gives readers the inside scoop on the biggest sporting events from tennis, soccer, baseball, football, horse racing, and basketball. Written as high-interest with struggling readers in mind, this series includes: considerate vocabulary, engaging content and fascinating facts, clear text and formatting, and compelling photos.
Biggest Names in Sports introduces young readers to some of the brightest stars in sports today. These exciting narratives summarize each player's life and career to date, drawing attention to their accomplishments on the field and career highlights, while also including biographical information such as family life and charity work.
Bring biology to life with this curricular high-interest, low-reading level series. An engaging exploration of the living world keeps struggling readers interested while carefully levelled text paired with a dyslexic-friendly font and design make learning easy. Featured infographics and SilverTips for Success guide a review of key concepts from the book to reinforce comprehension and helps readers ace their next test.
Birds of prey rule the skies with watchful eyes and sharp talons, and it’s no surprise they capture the imaginations of readers everywhere. With an engaging design that features colourful infographics that support visual literacy and carefully levelled text, reluctant and beginning readers will soar right along with their favourite birds.
Celebrate notable contributions and accomplishments of Black AmericansÑmany of whom have been left out of history books. Bring to light the names and stories of Black achievers in careers ranging from science, politics, and business to sports, music, and entertainment.
Black Canadians have played an influential role in Canadian history and continue to do so today. Black Heritage in Canada explores the challenges Black Canadian’s have faced while showcasing the contributions and achievements they have made in arts and entertainment, sports, politics, and in the World Wars. Through this series students will see how the past actions of Black Canadians have helped to shape present outcomes.
Black Canadians have shaped Canadian history since it was first colonized. Black History in Canada explores the struggles many early black settlers faced and how black Canadians have fought throughout history for equal treatment. Readers will learn about the important contributions black Canadians have made from their initial arrival in colonial times through the present day.
Discover the stories of groundbreakers in Black history, from astronauts and athletes to poets and presidents. Each book features ten main biographies of significant Black men and women. Smaller biographies introduce six more people and their contributions. Both written and illustrated by people of Black heritage, each title is fully illustrated with vibrant and engaging artwork throughout.
Blue Delta Books, a Hi-Lo Books biography series, tell the stories of people who have changed our world in profound ways. This series features a diverse group of people. Some are more well-known than others, but all deserve to be highlighted for the positive impact they have had. Each Blue Delta Book features full-colour images on every page and tells the person’s story from childhood throughout their life. These books are sure to inspire young teen readers. Each book is 48 pages long.
Drawing from her experiences as an Indigenous scientist, botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer demonstrated how all living things-from strawberries and witch hazel to water lilies and lichen-provide us with gifts and lessons every day in her best-selling book Braiding Sweetgrass. Adapted for young adults by Monique Gray Smith, this new edition reinforces how wider ecological understanding stems from listening to the earth’s oldest teachers: the plants around us.