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Cover: Science Explorer

Library Media Connection

This series offers curriculum-enhancing ideas for practicing scientific inquiry and critical thinking skills. Each of these “Super Cool Science Experiments” titles uses hands-on experiments and activities to demonstrate a wide range of topics, encouraging readers to ask and answer… View »

Cover: How Did That Get to My House?

Library Media Connection

Each book in this series describes a particular commodity or service and explains how it makes its way into consumers’ homes. Introductory chapters provide simple explanations and background information on each subject, and later chapters describe how the commodities and services are… View »

Cover: How Did That Get to My Table?

Library Media Connection

Each book in this series describes a particular food product and explains how that product gets from farmers’ fields into consumers’ homes. Brief introductory chapters are followed by chapters describing how the product is grown, harvested, produced, and distributed. The text is accurate… View »

Cover: How Did They Build That?

Library Media Connection

Each book in this Community Connections set describes how a particular type of structure is built. Introductory chapters provide brief descriptions of each structure and short explanations of their functions and uses; succeeding chapters describe the planning, construction, and components… View »

Cover: Teacher

School Library Journal

Hooking readers with a job scenario, these conversational narratives then flow into historical perspectives, adding illustrations of early pioneers. Chapters cover typical career-education content such as what happens at work, what it takes to do the job, and what the future holds… View »

Cover: What is a Plant?

School Library Journal

These colorful, cleanly designed books incorporate activities designed to exercise basic science skills, such as observation, estimation, and comparison, but are uneven in quality. In the first book, seed, spore, bulb, cutting, and division are given the once-over; while the text states… View »

Cover: Tennis

School Library Journal

Accurate and concise, these well-written books do an excellent job of explaining without confusing and will serve as great introductions to the individual sports as well as adequate complements to math lessons. Concepts discussed include the dimensions of playing spaces, keeping score, and… View »

Cover: Architects

School Library Journal

Gr 3-6 These highly readable books introduce some interesting careers. Each volume provides background information about the field and a clear look into its many possibilities in the 21st century. A chapter highlights ways to become involved in the profession and the interests and skills… View »

Cover: Real World Math: Geography


Temperatures aside, there’s no doubting that lava is cooler than division, which is why the high-interest topic of this title in the Real World Math: Geography series should help attract attention to practical applications of mathematics. Nestor… View »

Cover: Farm Animals

School Library Journal

Each volume begins by questioning what readers already know about the featured animal. The interactive style continues with recommended tie-in activities and prompting sidebars, until the conclusion, when children are given a chance to revisit their original impression and measure it… View »


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