Every volume of Science Comics offers a complete introduction to a particular topic – dinosaurs, coral reefs, the solar system, volcanoes, and more. The gorgeous illustrations and the graphic novel form offer an entertaining format to explore the subject and combines fun with in-depth science. In this volume readers take an absorbing look at ocean science covering the biology of coral reefs as well as their ecological importance. (Ages: 3rd – 6th)
If you didn't have any bones, what would you look like? It wouldn't be pretty! Read all about vertebrates–animals with bones–and find out just how bones shape what animals look like. This interactive book on comparative anatomy will get your students interested in what is holding them up. For Grades K-2.
From Jeopardy! champ Ken Jennings comes this interactive presidential trivia book that combines engaging facts about the Amercian presidents with illustrations, cool trivia, and fun, skill-reinforcing quizzes. (Recommended Ages: 3rd - 5th Grade)
In this new cooking poem, Jorge Argueta brings us a fun and easy recipe for a yummy salsa. A young boy and his sister gather the ingredients and grind them up in a molcajete, just like their ancestors used to do, singing and dancing all the while. In English and Spanish. Ages 4-7.
A good mix of food haiku, factual information on healthy food options, and colorful illustrations. Recommended for Grades 2-4.
A poet is visiting Elinor's school to celebrate National Poetry Month and every student will be sharing one of their pocket poems. Elinor has a hard time writing the “perfect” poem and soon everyone in the class has a poem in their pocket except Elinor. When the visiting poet arrives, Elinor reveals that she could not get her poem right. With the help of the poet, Elinor learns that real poetry comes from the heart. Recommended for Grades 1 and above.
Learn about the foundation of democracy and how the documents crafted hundreds of years ago still have an impact today. Explore the Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, among others.Through hands-on projects, colorful illustrations, interesting sidebars, and links to online primary sources readers investigate how American democracy works and how it shapes the country today. (Recommended Ages: 4th-8th)
Playing and learning go hand in hand. In this new text, readers learn to make their own jet gliders, sailboats, sock puppets, and other toys with each turn of the page. Instructions are presented alongside a helpful series of photographs designed to give readers a comprehensive overview of each project. Grades 4-8.
David Wiesner has already won three Caldecott medals for his superior illustrations. His newest book follows the adventures of a cat, some aliens, and the creatures who live in the walls of a house. Will he win an unprecedented 4th medal?
Explore the sun and moon in one book! Supports both Common Core and STEM standards, and also includes recipes, activities, and a glossary. Recommended for Grades 1-3.