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Cover: Global Citizens: Modern Media

School Library Journal

From how we watch television to what we buy to how we feel about our bodies, visual and print media plays a huge role. Concise writing and bold graphics dig into the history, civics, and economics of each topic. Advancing technologies and how they have affected our media habits are also… View »

 
Cover: Emerging Tech Careers

School Library Journal

Whether it’s a career in personal space travel or in wearable electronics, this technology series features eight of today’s most cutting-edge professional fields. Within each volume, students are introduced to six occupations, their basic job duties, key ideas and developments in the field… View »

 
Cover: Viewpoints and Perspectives

School Library Journal

Each title contains three fictionalized personal narratives offering contrasting perspectives on a major event or sequence in U.S. history. Oregon Trail includes a young white woman traveling with her family from Missouri, a Shoshone friend of the Lewis and Clark translator Sacagawea, and a… View »

 
Cover: Welcome to the Construction Site

School Library Journal

Amazing machines and the work they perform on construction sites worldwide are the focus of this “Level 1” guided reader series. Brief, easy-to-understand sentences stand out against a crisp white background, enabling emerging readers to focus on the text. On the verso page, colorful… View »

 
Cover: The Real Anne Boleyn

Booklist - The Real Anne Boleyn

Reformation. …[Loh-Hagan] nicely portrays Boleyn as a strong woman ahead of her time. Period portraits add context… An appended time line and critical-thinking prompts conclude. View »

 
Cover: U.S. Women's National Soccer Team

Booklist - U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team

As the name of the Sports Unite Us series (8 titles) suggests, its books look at the positive impact sports have on players and the wider community. The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s successes on the field, particularly its 1999 World Cup win, have also turned it into a force for… View »

 
Cover: Rosalyn Sussman Yalow

School Library Journal - Rosalyn Sussman Yalow

Grades K-1 These short biographies are a gift to kindergartners everywhere. The text is informative and the biographies are compact and interesting. STEM providers can use these books to spark interest in women in the science and mathematics fields. Parents who viewed the film Hidden… View »

 
Cover: Celebrating Diversity in My Classroom

School Library Connection - Celebrating Diversity in My Classroom

This series is an excellent introduction to the culture, language, food, and holidays of each featured country. While not covering the topics in-depth, titles presents a variety of cultural aspects that students would want to explore. Sentences and paragraphs are appropriate for the young… View »

 
Cover: My Itty-Bitty Bio

School Library Journal - My Itty Bitty Bio

Grades K-1 These short biographies are a gift to kindergartners everywhere. The text is informative and the biographies are compact and interesting. STEM providers can use these books to spark interest in women in the science and mathematics fields. Parents who viewed the film Hidden… View »

 
Cover: Ada Lovelace

School Library Journal - Ada Lovelace

Grades K-1 These short biographies are a gift to kindergartners everywhere. The text is informative and the biographies are compact and interesting. STEM providers can use these books to spark interest in women in the science and mathematics fields. Parents who viewed the film Hidden… View »

 

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