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1000 Inventions & Discoveries

This book explores the fascinating developments in technology and natural science that shaped the world as it is today.

A Day at Work with a Chemist

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as a chemist. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how chemists use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with a Geologist

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as a geologist. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how geologists use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with a Molecular Biologist

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as a molecular biologist. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how molecular biologists use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with a Software Developer

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as a software developer. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how software developers use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with an Astronomer

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as an astronomer. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how astronomers use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with an Electrical Engineer

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as an electrical engineer. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how electrical engineers use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

Anger

Teaches children what anger is and how to deal with it.

Animal Life

Examines animals such as sea animals, spiders, and mammals featuring their behavior, homes, and care of offspring and eggs.

Are You a Bully?

This book teaches students what to do if they are being bullied and what they can do to help a friend or fellow student who is a victim of bullying.

Astronomy in the Real World

This book looks at the world of astronomy, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Benjamin Banneker

This book is a biography on Benjamin Banneker. Readers will learn about Banneker's early life, personal life, his contributions to science, surveying, the Farmers' Almanac, and for his campaign against slavery.

Bioengineering in the Real World

This book looks at the world of bioengineering, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Charles Darwin

This title is a biography on Charles Darwin. Readers will learn about Darwin's early life, personal life, and his contributions to science, natural selection, evolution, and common descent.

Charles Drew

This title is a biography on Charles Drew. Readers will learn about Drew's early life, personal life, and his contributions to science, blood banking, and blood transfusions.

Clean and Green Energy

Young readers will discover what types of energy are clean and have less impact on the environment.

Cleaning Up the Earth

Young readers explore various forms of pollution and how people are cleaning up the environment.

Computer

Presents an illustrated look at computers, describing how they were invented, how they work, the different types, how they are used in everyday life, and how they affect the future.

Computer Science in the Real World

This book looks at the world of computer science, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Cool Stuff 2.0 and How It Works

Uses computer-generated images to explain how many devices and processes of modern technology work. Covers inventions such as HDTV, game consoles, robot cars, helicopters, space probes, oil rigs, mass dampers, biometric id's, and tsunami alert systems.

Danger!

A collection of facts and statistics about dangerous and/or nasty things in nature, on the Earth, in space, the human body, science, places, sports, culture, and the past.

Dealing With Family Rules

This book teaches readers how to handle rules they don't like and offers suggestions for how to deal with those with which they disagree. Readers will learn about dealing with rules about household chores, leisure time, rules for when they're away from home, and handy strategies for getting along with their families.

Dealing With Your Parents' Divorce

This book provides guidance in sorting out young people's feelings, understanding the divorce process, and finding people who can offer help. Teens find out how to avoid being caught in the middle of divided loyalties. They learn about conflict resolution and how to communicate with others honestly while dealing with life changes and emotional challenges.

Dealing with Bullies

Learn how to deal with tough situations and act accordingly when faced with a bully.

Dealing with Defeat

This title teaches students how to deal with the disappointment of defeat by encouraging them to stay in control of their emotions, recognize what went wrong, and ultimately learn from the experience.

Dinosaurs

Presents an illustrated look at dinosaurs, as well as prehistoric life forms that preceded them, life forms that arose after their demise, and the fossils that allow us to know about them.

Dynamic Denominators

This book, through the use of rhyming text, teaches students how to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators, and how to convert fractions so that they have the same denominator. Step-by-step instructions, tips, and sample problems are also provided.

Filling the Earth with Trash

Young readers will discover what happens to trash in a landfill.

Florida

Provides travel information needed for parents to ensure a fun and stress-free family holiday. This guide covers Florida, featuring all the major cultural attractions and historical sights, along with family-friendly hotels and restaurants, and activities for both adults and children.

Fraction Action

This book, through the use of rhyming text, teaches students about the different types of fractions and how to add and subtract them, while developing an understanding of fractions as numbers. Sample questions, picture representations, and easy to follow instructions are also provided.

Friends

This book teaches students what being a friend means: how it is important to listen and trust and what it takes to meet and make new friends.

Funky Fractions

This book, through the use of rhyming text, allows students to apply and extend previous understanding of multiplication and division to multiply and divide fractions. Step by step directions and visual representations are also provided.

George Washington Carver

This title is a biography on George Washington Carver. Readers will learn about Carver's early life, personal life, and his contributions to science, farming, and botany.

Getting Your Zzzzs

Sung to the tune of "If You're Happy And You Know It," this reminds students that getting the proper amount of sleep helps their brains and bodies function as they should.

Glorious Geometry

This book, through the use of rhyming text, teaches students to understand how geometry is made up of lines, angles, and shapes, how to draw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles. Visual representations, step-by-step instructions, and sample questions are also provided.

Growing Up Green

Young readers will discover what they can do to make greener choices as they grow up.

Happy

Teaches children what happiness is and reasons why we feel that way.

Help! I Can't Swim! A Story about Safety in Water

Illustrates prevention of a swimming accident through the story of a group of friends that help rescue a boy who cannot swim.

Home Sweet Home

Illustrates child safety through a story of a young girl who encounters a dangerous situation while walking to a friend's house after school and has to protect herself from strangers.

Honesty

This book teaches students the importance of being honest at home, in school, and in their everyday lives. It has an "Honesty Quiz" at the back of the book where students can see just how honest they really are.

Human Body

Presents comprehensive information on the human body, covering such topics as the musculoskeletal system, immunology, digestion and nutrition, the human life cycle, the nervous system, and the respiratory system.

Jane Goodall

This title is a biography on Jane Goodall. Readers will learn about Goodall's early life, personal life, and her contributions to science, the study of chimpanzees, conservation, and both human and animal welfare.

Knives and Swords

Covers more than 300 swords, knives, and daggers from over 3,000 years of history. Places the weapons in their historical context as well as providing in-depth analysis of the most historically significant bladed weapons.

Let's Work Together

Teaches students that teamwork, sharing, and cooperating are important steps in working together and help you reach a goal much faster.

Living with an Illness in the Family

This resource addresses the practical changes that result when a family member falls ill and guides readers through the emotional process of dealing with the illness of a loved one.

Look Out! A Story about Safety on Bicycles

Illustrates the need for safety when riding a bicycle through a story of friends out riding when an accident happens and they see what can happen from not wearing a helmet.

Look on the Bright Side

This book encourages children to develop and maintain a positive attitude and build self-confidence.

Mammal

Explores the world of mammals, including their anatomy, where they live, what they eat, and how they communicate.

Mathematics in the Real World

This book looks at the world of mathematics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

May I Please?

Being polite, having good manners, and showing kindness to others is the topic of this book. Gives different situations and circumstances where politeness is important.

Mourning a Death in the Family

This book discusses the variety of forms that grief can take. It reminds readers that everybody has different responses to the death of a loved one and that those responses themselves change over time. Also discussed is the impact that the loss of a family member can have on the family members who remain. The concluding chapter discusses ways to memorialize and remember family members who have passed away.

Multiplication Master

This book, through the use of rhythmic text, teaches students to understand the properties of multiplication, the relationship between multiplication and division, and the pattern within multiplication rules. Visual representation, sample problems, and easy to follow instructions are also provided.

My Green Lunch

Young readers will discover that it's easy to pack a lunch that is eco-friendly and yummy, too!

Ocean

Discover the watery world of the ocean that covers most of the earth and see the amazing wildlife in its depths.

One Million Things

Featuring photographs that illustrate and educate, this visual encyclopedia is packed with images that bring more than one million things to light.

Our Organic Garden

Young readers explore the basic needs of plants and organic gardening.

Physics in the Real World

This book looks at the world of physics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Piratepedia

Covers the pirate world of the past, featuring high-sea rogues, their vessels, hideouts, cunning adventures, and gnarly ends by combining facts and classic fiction.

Plant, Rev. ed.

Provides information about the complexities of the plant kingdom, covering non-flowering as well as flowering plants and revealing their structures, natural history, and importance in human life.

Pond & River, Rev. ed.

Presents information about the range of plants and animals found in fresh water throughout the year, examining the living conditions and survival mechanisms of creatures dwelling at the edge of the water.

Positive and Negative Numbers, Oh My! Number Lines

This book, through the use of rhythmic text, teaches students about absolute value, how to compare and order numbers, rational values, and four quadrant graphing. Easy to understand examples and practice exercises are also provided.

Problem Solving

This book explores how everyone has problems and how most problems have solutions. Students learn the importance of stopping and thinking and getting all the facts so they can be better prepared to solve a problem they may encounter.

Recycling Earth's Resources

Young readers will discover what Earth's resources are and how they can help recycle them.

Responsibility

This book encourages children to exercise responsibility in their daily lives.

Robotics in the Real World

This book looks at the world of robotics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Rocks and Minerals

From blue schist to blue granite, malachite to meteorites, and taconite to travertine, this guide is packed full of images that reveal intricate details and unique characteristics of each rock and mineral.

STEM Guides To Space

Students use math to understand space, the size of the solar system, and conditions on other planets.

STEM Guides To Sports

Text explores the important relationship between math and sports, using baseball, football, boxing, NASCAR, and skateboarding as examples.

STEM Guides To Travel

Text uses math to compare various forms of transportation, including air, rail, and space travel. For grades 4-8.

STEM Guides to Maps

Learn how the details on a map have to be precise and that maps depend on math for their accuracy.

Sad

Explains what sadness is and how to deal with it.

Scrumptious Statistics

This book, through the use of rhythmic text, teaches students how to develop an understanding of statistical variability, and summarize and describe distributions. Step by step guidance, and sample problems are also provided.

Sharing

This book teaches students what being a friend means and how it is important to listen and trust and what it takes to meet and make new friends.

Skills for School Success

This book invites students to think of school as if it is a job. It teaches the importance of being there on time every day, coming prepared to work, following directions, and working with other people. This title will also allow students to explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text.

Social Media and the Internet

Because technology is both a tool and a toy, the lines of safety and appropriate use can be confused. This book teaches studennts how to use the Internet and social media safely and responsibly.

Solid or Liquid?

Emergent readers learn about solids and liquids.

Stars and Planets

From observing the night sky to looking to the stars and beyond, this book contains a guide to all 88 constellations of the night sky, as wells as features the best tools and techniques to get started.

Super Nature Encyclopedia

Presents a visual tour of the anatomical strengths of members of the animal kingdom and lends insight into their behaviors and abilities, from the reasons for the cheetah's speed to a termite's instinct to build a cooling system into its home.

Sylvia Earle

This title is a biography on Sylvia Earle. Readers will learn about Earle's early life, personal life, and her contributions to science, marine biology, and conservation.

The New Children's Encyclopedia

Features an easy-to-use, richly photographed encyclopedia to help put the wider world in context in a format that's great for visual learners and ESL students.

Trees: Earth's Lungs

Young readers will discover why trees are so important to a healthy Earth.

Universe, Rev. ed.

This guide features full-color photographs representing the latest captures from space telescopes. Detailed digital artwork enhance a comprehensive study of the world of outer space, from Earth's closest neighbors in the solar system to the farthest galaxies.

What are Gems?

This volume teaches the budding geology buff how a single mineral can form many varieties of gems, how some gems are actually created by animals, why certain types of jewelry are so valuable, and the role gems have played in superstition. It also covers the functional uses of gems in tools, including lasers and saws.

What are Igneous Rocks?

This volume covers volcanoes, magma, crystals, granite, and other aspects of igneous rocks. It includes the science behind the rock cycle and the formation of igneous rocks as well as household uses of igneous rocks.

What are Metamorphic Rocks?

This volume explains metamorphic rocks, the different ways in which they are formed, and how they can change into different metamorphic rocks through contact or shock metamorphism. It covers plate tectonics, the formation of mountains, and varieties of metamorphic rocks such as gneiss, slate, fulgurite, quartzite, marble, schist, and hornfels.

What are Minerals?

This book explores how minerals form, how scientists identify and classify them, where they can be found, and how they are mined from the earth. It also looks at how mineral substances from the earth shape the world we live in and are found in what we use in our daily lives, from household items and medicines to food and computers

What are Sedimentary Rocks?

This book serves as an introduction to sedimentary rocks, a physical feature of the environment that tells us a great deal about the Earth’s geological history, its current state, and the shape of things to come.

What is Soil?

This book provides an in-depth look at the soil through photographs to illustrate what soil is, how it’s made, what different types of soil there are, and why it’s valuable to human life. It explains how minerals and different creatures make soil healthy and discusses how erosion and pollution affect soil.

Why Pi?

Focusing on how people from ancient Egyptians to modern scientists have used numbers to measure things through the ages. Includes games, puzzles, brainteasers, and fun facts.

Winning by Teamwork

This book teaches students the importance of teamwork. It will also allow students to determine the main idea of a text, recount the key details, and explain how the details support the main idea.

Winning by Waiting

Teaches readers the importance of practicing and being persistent in order to achieve goals.

Winning by Working

Teaches readers about the importance of hard work, and how it can prepare you to achieve your future goals.

Your Friends and Your Family

This book focuses on adolescents, who have to negotiate changing relationships with families and friends as they grow into young adulthood. Discusses how to handle general family disputes, nourish relationships with friends, and get along with siblings. Advice for healthy and safe socializing and recreation outside of the sphere of one's family is also offered.

Zap! It's Electricity!

Early readers investigate electricity.

Technology

1000 Inventions & Discoveries

This book explores the fascinating developments in technology and natural science that shaped the world as it is today.

Astronomy in the Real World

This book looks at the world of astronomy, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Bioengineering in the Real World

This book looks at the world of bioengineering, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Computer

Presents an illustrated look at computers, describing how they were invented, how they work, the different types, how they are used in everyday life, and how they affect the future.

Computer Science in the Real World

This book looks at the world of computer science, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Cool Stuff 2.0 and How It Works

Uses computer-generated images to explain how many devices and processes of modern technology work. Covers inventions such as HDTV, game consoles, robot cars, helicopters, space probes, oil rigs, mass dampers, biometric id's, and tsunami alert systems.

Knives and Swords

Covers more than 300 swords, knives, and daggers from over 3,000 years of history. Places the weapons in their historical context as well as providing in-depth analysis of the most historically significant bladed weapons.

Mathematics in the Real World

This book looks at the world of mathematics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Physics in the Real World

This book looks at the world of physics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Robotics in the Real World

This book looks at the world of robotics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

STEM Guides To Space

Students use math to understand space, the size of the solar system, and conditions on other planets.

STEM Guides To Travel

Text uses math to compare various forms of transportation, including air, rail, and space travel. For grades 4-8.

Social Media and the Internet

Because technology is both a tool and a toy, the lines of safety and appropriate use can be confused. This book teaches studennts how to use the Internet and social media safely and responsibly.

Science

1000 Inventions & Discoveries

This book explores the fascinating developments in technology and natural science that shaped the world as it is today.

A Day at Work with a Chemist

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as a chemist. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how chemists use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with a Geologist

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as a geologist. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how geologists use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with a Molecular Biologist

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as a molecular biologist. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how molecular biologists use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with a Software Developer

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as a software developer. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how software developers use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with an Astronomer

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as an astronomer. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how astronomers use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

A Day at Work with an Electrical Engineer

This book gives readers a close look at what it's like to work as an electrical engineer. Readers will come to understand STEM concepts through a career focus as they learn about how electrical engineers use science, technology, engineering, and math every day.

Animal Life

Examines animals such as sea animals, spiders, and mammals featuring their behavior, homes, and care of offspring and eggs.

Benjamin Banneker

This book is a biography on Benjamin Banneker. Readers will learn about Banneker's early life, personal life, his contributions to science, surveying, the Farmers' Almanac, and for his campaign against slavery.

Charles Darwin

This title is a biography on Charles Darwin. Readers will learn about Darwin's early life, personal life, and his contributions to science, natural selection, evolution, and common descent.

Charles Drew

This title is a biography on Charles Drew. Readers will learn about Drew's early life, personal life, and his contributions to science, blood banking, and blood transfusions.

Dinosaurs

Presents an illustrated look at dinosaurs, as well as prehistoric life forms that preceded them, life forms that arose after their demise, and the fossils that allow us to know about them.

George Washington Carver

This title is a biography on George Washington Carver. Readers will learn about Carver's early life, personal life, and his contributions to science, farming, and botany.

Human Body

Presents comprehensive information on the human body, covering such topics as the musculoskeletal system, immunology, digestion and nutrition, the human life cycle, the nervous system, and the respiratory system.

Jane Goodall

This title is a biography on Jane Goodall. Readers will learn about Goodall's early life, personal life, and her contributions to science, the study of chimpanzees, conservation, and both human and animal welfare.

Mammal

Explores the world of mammals, including their anatomy, where they live, what they eat, and how they communicate.

Plant, Rev. ed.

Provides information about the complexities of the plant kingdom, covering non-flowering as well as flowering plants and revealing their structures, natural history, and importance in human life.

Rocks and Minerals

From blue schist to blue granite, malachite to meteorites, and taconite to travertine, this guide is packed full of images that reveal intricate details and unique characteristics of each rock and mineral.

STEM Guides To Space

Students use math to understand space, the size of the solar system, and conditions on other planets.

STEM Guides To Sports

Text explores the important relationship between math and sports, using baseball, football, boxing, NASCAR, and skateboarding as examples.

STEM Guides To Travel

Text uses math to compare various forms of transportation, including air, rail, and space travel. For grades 4-8.

STEM Guides to Maps

Learn how the details on a map have to be precise and that maps depend on math for their accuracy.

Solid or Liquid?

Emergent readers learn about solids and liquids.

Stars and Planets

From observing the night sky to looking to the stars and beyond, this book contains a guide to all 88 constellations of the night sky, as wells as features the best tools and techniques to get started.

Super Nature Encyclopedia

Presents a visual tour of the anatomical strengths of members of the animal kingdom and lends insight into their behaviors and abilities, from the reasons for the cheetah's speed to a termite's instinct to build a cooling system into its home.

Sylvia Earle

This title is a biography on Sylvia Earle. Readers will learn about Earle's early life, personal life, and her contributions to science, marine biology, and conservation.

Universe, Rev. ed.

This guide features full-color photographs representing the latest captures from space telescopes. Detailed digital artwork enhance a comprehensive study of the world of outer space, from Earth's closest neighbors in the solar system to the farthest galaxies.

What are Gems?

This volume teaches the budding geology buff how a single mineral can form many varieties of gems, how some gems are actually created by animals, why certain types of jewelry are so valuable, and the role gems have played in superstition. It also covers the functional uses of gems in tools, including lasers and saws.

What are Igneous Rocks?

This volume covers volcanoes, magma, crystals, granite, and other aspects of igneous rocks. It includes the science behind the rock cycle and the formation of igneous rocks as well as household uses of igneous rocks.

What are Metamorphic Rocks?

This volume explains metamorphic rocks, the different ways in which they are formed, and how they can change into different metamorphic rocks through contact or shock metamorphism. It covers plate tectonics, the formation of mountains, and varieties of metamorphic rocks such as gneiss, slate, fulgurite, quartzite, marble, schist, and hornfels.

What are Minerals?

This book explores how minerals form, how scientists identify and classify them, where they can be found, and how they are mined from the earth. It also looks at how mineral substances from the earth shape the world we live in and are found in what we use in our daily lives, from household items and medicines to food and computers

What are Sedimentary Rocks?

This book serves as an introduction to sedimentary rocks, a physical feature of the environment that tells us a great deal about the Earth’s geological history, its current state, and the shape of things to come.

What is Soil?

This book provides an in-depth look at the soil through photographs to illustrate what soil is, how it’s made, what different types of soil there are, and why it’s valuable to human life. It explains how minerals and different creatures make soil healthy and discusses how erosion and pollution affect soil.

Why Pi?

Focusing on how people from ancient Egyptians to modern scientists have used numbers to measure things through the ages. Includes games, puzzles, brainteasers, and fun facts.

Zap! It's Electricity!

Early readers investigate electricity.

Social Science

Anger

Teaches children what anger is and how to deal with it.

Are You a Bully?

This book teaches students what to do if they are being bullied and what they can do to help a friend or fellow student who is a victim of bullying.

Dealing with Bullies

Learn how to deal with tough situations and act accordingly when faced with a bully.

Dealing with Defeat

This title teaches students how to deal with the disappointment of defeat by encouraging them to stay in control of their emotions, recognize what went wrong, and ultimately learn from the experience.

Friends

This book teaches students what being a friend means: how it is important to listen and trust and what it takes to meet and make new friends.

Happy

Teaches children what happiness is and reasons why we feel that way.

Honesty

This book teaches students the importance of being honest at home, in school, and in their everyday lives. It has an "Honesty Quiz" at the back of the book where students can see just how honest they really are.

Let's Work Together

Teaches students that teamwork, sharing, and cooperating are important steps in working together and help you reach a goal much faster.

Look on the Bright Side

This book encourages children to develop and maintain a positive attitude and build self-confidence.

May I Please?

Being polite, having good manners, and showing kindness to others is the topic of this book. Gives different situations and circumstances where politeness is important.

Problem Solving

This book explores how everyone has problems and how most problems have solutions. Students learn the importance of stopping and thinking and getting all the facts so they can be better prepared to solve a problem they may encounter.

Responsibility

This book encourages children to exercise responsibility in their daily lives.

Sad

Explains what sadness is and how to deal with it.

Sharing

This book teaches students what being a friend means and how it is important to listen and trust and what it takes to meet and make new friends.

Skills for School Success

This book invites students to think of school as if it is a job. It teaches the importance of being there on time every day, coming prepared to work, following directions, and working with other people. This title will also allow students to explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text.

Social Media and the Internet

Because technology is both a tool and a toy, the lines of safety and appropriate use can be confused. This book teaches studennts how to use the Internet and social media safely and responsibly.

Winning by Teamwork

This book teaches students the importance of teamwork. It will also allow students to determine the main idea of a text, recount the key details, and explain how the details support the main idea.

Winning by Waiting

Teaches readers the importance of practicing and being persistent in order to achieve goals.

Winning by Working

Teaches readers about the importance of hard work, and how it can prepare you to achieve your future goals.

Biography

Benjamin Banneker

This book is a biography on Benjamin Banneker. Readers will learn about Banneker's early life, personal life, his contributions to science, surveying, the Farmers' Almanac, and for his campaign against slavery.

Charles Darwin

This title is a biography on Charles Darwin. Readers will learn about Darwin's early life, personal life, and his contributions to science, natural selection, evolution, and common descent.

Charles Drew

This title is a biography on Charles Drew. Readers will learn about Drew's early life, personal life, and his contributions to science, blood banking, and blood transfusions.

George Washington Carver

This title is a biography on George Washington Carver. Readers will learn about Carver's early life, personal life, and his contributions to science, farming, and botany.

Jane Goodall

This title is a biography on Jane Goodall. Readers will learn about Goodall's early life, personal life, and her contributions to science, the study of chimpanzees, conservation, and both human and animal welfare.

Sylvia Earle

This title is a biography on Sylvia Earle. Readers will learn about Earle's early life, personal life, and her contributions to science, marine biology, and conservation.

Environment

Clean and Green Energy

Young readers will discover what types of energy are clean and have less impact on the environment.

Cleaning Up the Earth

Young readers explore various forms of pollution and how people are cleaning up the environment.

Filling the Earth with Trash

Young readers will discover what happens to trash in a landfill.

Growing Up Green

Young readers will discover what they can do to make greener choices as they grow up.

My Green Lunch

Young readers will discover that it's easy to pack a lunch that is eco-friendly and yummy, too!

Ocean

Discover the watery world of the ocean that covers most of the earth and see the amazing wildlife in its depths.

Our Organic Garden

Young readers explore the basic needs of plants and organic gardening.

Pond & River, Rev. ed.

Presents information about the range of plants and animals found in fresh water throughout the year, examining the living conditions and survival mechanisms of creatures dwelling at the edge of the water.

Recycling Earth's Resources

Young readers will discover what Earth's resources are and how they can help recycle them.

Trees: Earth's Lungs

Young readers will discover why trees are so important to a healthy Earth.

General Reference

Danger!

A collection of facts and statistics about dangerous and/or nasty things in nature, on the Earth, in space, the human body, science, places, sports, culture, and the past.

Dealing With Family Rules

This book teaches readers how to handle rules they don't like and offers suggestions for how to deal with those with which they disagree. Readers will learn about dealing with rules about household chores, leisure time, rules for when they're away from home, and handy strategies for getting along with their families.

Dealing With Your Parents' Divorce

This book provides guidance in sorting out young people's feelings, understanding the divorce process, and finding people who can offer help. Teens find out how to avoid being caught in the middle of divided loyalties. They learn about conflict resolution and how to communicate with others honestly while dealing with life changes and emotional challenges.

Help! I Can't Swim! A Story about Safety in Water

Illustrates prevention of a swimming accident through the story of a group of friends that help rescue a boy who cannot swim.

Home Sweet Home

Illustrates child safety through a story of a young girl who encounters a dangerous situation while walking to a friend's house after school and has to protect herself from strangers.

Living with an Illness in the Family

This resource addresses the practical changes that result when a family member falls ill and guides readers through the emotional process of dealing with the illness of a loved one.

Look Out! A Story about Safety on Bicycles

Illustrates the need for safety when riding a bicycle through a story of friends out riding when an accident happens and they see what can happen from not wearing a helmet.

Mourning a Death in the Family

This book discusses the variety of forms that grief can take. It reminds readers that everybody has different responses to the death of a loved one and that those responses themselves change over time. Also discussed is the impact that the loss of a family member can have on the family members who remain. The concluding chapter discusses ways to memorialize and remember family members who have passed away.

One Million Things

Featuring photographs that illustrate and educate, this visual encyclopedia is packed with images that bring more than one million things to light.

STEM Guides To Sports

Text explores the important relationship between math and sports, using baseball, football, boxing, NASCAR, and skateboarding as examples.

The New Children's Encyclopedia

Features an easy-to-use, richly photographed encyclopedia to help put the wider world in context in a format that's great for visual learners and ESL students.

Your Friends and Your Family

This book focuses on adolescents, who have to negotiate changing relationships with families and friends as they grow into young adulthood. Discusses how to handle general family disputes, nourish relationships with friends, and get along with siblings. Advice for healthy and safe socializing and recreation outside of the sphere of one's family is also offered.

Education

Dynamic Denominators

This book, through the use of rhyming text, teaches students how to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators, and how to convert fractions so that they have the same denominator. Step-by-step instructions, tips, and sample problems are also provided.

Fraction Action

This book, through the use of rhyming text, teaches students about the different types of fractions and how to add and subtract them, while developing an understanding of fractions as numbers. Sample questions, picture representations, and easy to follow instructions are also provided.

Funky Fractions

This book, through the use of rhyming text, allows students to apply and extend previous understanding of multiplication and division to multiply and divide fractions. Step by step directions and visual representations are also provided.

Glorious Geometry

This book, through the use of rhyming text, teaches students to understand how geometry is made up of lines, angles, and shapes, how to draw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles. Visual representations, step-by-step instructions, and sample questions are also provided.

Multiplication Master

This book, through the use of rhythmic text, teaches students to understand the properties of multiplication, the relationship between multiplication and division, and the pattern within multiplication rules. Visual representation, sample problems, and easy to follow instructions are also provided.

Positive and Negative Numbers, Oh My! Number Lines

This book, through the use of rhythmic text, teaches students about absolute value, how to compare and order numbers, rational values, and four quadrant graphing. Easy to understand examples and practice exercises are also provided.

Scrumptious Statistics

This book, through the use of rhythmic text, teaches students how to develop an understanding of statistical variability, and summarize and describe distributions. Step by step guidance, and sample problems are also provided.

Travel

Florida

Provides travel information needed for parents to ensure a fun and stress-free family holiday. This guide covers Florida, featuring all the major cultural attractions and historical sights, along with family-friendly hotels and restaurants, and activities for both adults and children.

Medicine

Getting Your Zzzzs

Sung to the tune of "If You're Happy And You Know It," this reminds students that getting the proper amount of sleep helps their brains and bodies function as they should.

History

Piratepedia

Covers the pirate world of the past, featuring high-sea rogues, their vessels, hideouts, cunning adventures, and gnarly ends by combining facts and classic fiction.

Nation and World

STEM Guides to Maps

Learn how the details on a map have to be precise and that maps depend on math for their accuracy.