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Innovations from Nature

From airplanes to football helmets, some of the greatest inventions of all time have been based on the natural abilities of plants and animals. Readers will learn how some of history's most… More →

Learn About Earth's Systems: Bays

In Learn About Earth's Systems: Bays, readers will explore how the water, ground, air, and plant and animal life interact. This series takes readers on a journey to eight of America's bays.… More →

Let's Make Graphs

Each photo-illustrated book in the Let's Make Graphs series introduces new readers to a type of graph or graphing concept. Content focuses on explaining graphing concepts and encouraging… More →

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Lights On! Animals That Glow

Students will be amazed to learn that some insects and ocean animals make their own light, the amazing ability is called bioluminescence. Some creatures dangle a lighted lure to find prey,… More →

Makers as Innovators

Some of today's most incredible innovations are coming from the global community of makers. These thinkers, inventors, and hackers share information and technology to push new ideas forward.… More →

Makers as Innovators Junior

The Makers as Innovators Junior series looks at the Makers movement for young readers and addresses STEM topics from computer coding and 3D printing to starting your own Makerspace. Through… More →

Makers as Innovators Junior

The Makers as Innovators Junior series looks at the Makers movement for young readers and addresses STEM topics from computer coding and 3D printing to starting your own Makerspace. Through… More →

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Malcolm's Martians: Exploring Mars

Malcolm and his friend Daniela are having the coolest summer ever. Malcolm's dad, Dr. Thomas, has brought them to his work--on Mars! Exploring the unexplored up close is every young… More →

Math Explorer Junior

Making and Using Graphs employs bright illustrations and clear text to teach young readers how to create and use graphs to represent and analyze data. Five books in the series each introduce… More →

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