Discover the true story of the race between two paleontologists to find the best dinosaur fossils in this fascinating, fast-paced nonfiction picture book. Who will win the Bone Wars?
Did you know that many of the dinosaur skeletons you see in museums are rooted in a scientific battle between two paleontologists? O. C.
Get ready for Lunar New Year, following a little girl and her family as they get ready for and celebrate the Lunar New Year festival.
With non-fiction information about the significance of certain rituals, but told through the excited eyes of a child, this is a book to return to year after year in the run up to the biggest festival in the Chinese calendar.
What does it take to be "top dog?" In this illustrated exploration of the animal kingdom, Caldecott Honor winner Steve Jenkins introduces readers to some of the most powerful predators in history, from the Tyrannosaurus rex to the African Siberian tiger.
What do you call an alligator in a vest? An investigator Discover hundreds of dad-joke inspired word searches that are so bad, they're great.
Learn how to draw all your favorite dragons in this official book based on the hit Wings of Fire series by Tui T. Sutherland!Want to become a Wings of Fire drawing expert? You've come to the right place!
Incredible world records, social media sensations, and pop culture crazes from the past year!
In this basic introduction to money, readers learn about various economic models throughout history with compelling illustrations and probing questions that explore the real world circumstances surrounding spending, selling, and saving.
From New York Times bestselling author of Eyes That Kiss in the Corners, Joanna Ho, and critically acclaimed illustrator, Cátia Chien comes a moving, powerful picture book about the life and work of activist and artist, Ai Weiwei.
He [Ai Weiwei] felt the life jackets and an idea curled and crested through his fingertips.
Beloved children's television host Fred Rogers is the 31st hero in the New York Times bestselling picture book biography series for ages 5 to 9.
This warm and inviting picture book, cowritten with Catherine Laudone and brightly illustrated by Natelle Quek, takes young readers along on Sydney’s journey—through the joyous ups as well as the crushing downs—and tells the story of how through it all, she kept dancing.
Turn back the clock with History Comics! In this volume, learn how millions of Americans joined the fight by working assembly lines, growing vegetables, and collecting scrap metal during World War II!
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!
A beautifully illustrated, interactive guide to ancient, nature-based holidays and customs.
Enjoy more than 100 extraordinary stories of unusual species, behaviors, and objects all told by author Ben Hoare.
Why do Mexican jumping beans jump? How do sea cucumbers defend themselves? What causes the northern lights? This book is filled with facts about the most surprising and curious plants, animals, rocks, and phenomena in nature.
A gorgeous picture book that pays homage to aviator Freddie Carmichael — the first Indigenous commercial pilot in the Arctic —with each month of the year highlighting moments from his life, the beauty of the North and the power of dreams.
Untold until now, here is the story of Black sprinter and long-jumper Willye B. White, who went from picking cotton as a child in Mississippi to competing and winning in the 1956 and 1964 Olympics.
A stunning visual exploration of what it takes to be counted among the deadliest animals on Earth.
Ahora disponible en español, descubra la verdadera historia de la pionera y activista Kate Sessions, quien ayudó a San Diego a crecer de un árido pueblo desierto a una ciudad exuberante y frondosa conocida por sus hermosos parques y jardines.
Katherine Olivia Sessions nunca pensó que viviría en un lugar sin árboles.
Full of eye-catching retro illustrations, a look at NASA’s beloved Mars rover is sure to fascinate budding space explorers — and set inquisitive minds soaring.
A rhythmic, striking picture book biography of legendary singer/songwriter/performer Prince.
Before he became a legend, he was just a boy…
This fascinating and fact-filled book tackles a multitude of weird and wonderful questions about everything from unicorns to the universe.
A Guardian Best Children's Book of 2022
"The perfect present for any inquisitive child." -The Sunday Times
Meet kids who share how they celebrate holidays all year long—perfect for discussions about de-centering winter holidays!
Who says the holidays only happen in the winter? Every day’s a holiday when you live in a world as diverse as ours! From Juneteenth to Vesak, and Yom Kippur to Día de las Muertos, the festivities never end.
Bold, bright, and brimming with facts, this hilariously droll introduction to the prehistoric world will enthrall new dinosaur fans and ignite their curiosity.
With the soothing rhythm of a bedtime story and the scientific wonder of a nature doc, comes a celebration of the moon and all the creatures who rely on its light to find their way home.
Do Penguins Like the Cold? takes readers on an intrepid field trip to Antarctica and beyond to discover the secret life of penguins.
Do Penguins Like the Cold? takes readers on a tour of the Southern Hemisphere to meet eighteen species of penguin and to witness the conservation work underway to protect these incredible birds and their native habitats.
The best-selling author of the Baby Loves Science series levels up with this playful STEM picture book introducing kids–and grown-ups–to the coding world.
Change the way you see the world, with a groundbreaking visual approach to the wonders of our planet, in this fully updated edition.
Featured in the 2023 New York Times Holiday Gift Guide!
Meet Dr. Wu Lien-teh, defeater of the Manchurian plague—in a story authored by his great-granddaughter, an emergency physician who relied on his life-saving invention during a pandemic a century later.
Learn many interesting facts about how vehicles on the ground, in the air, and on water feature in our everyday lives and discovery of the world.What is the importance of electric vehicles? What can you find out at sea?
Learn many interesting facts about the structure and set-up of towns.What does a school look like? What can you find in a shopping center? These huge-format, 40-page books, illustrated by Britta Teckentrup, feature fun-filled busy places. Bursting with information, humor, and color, they teach children about how towns function.
This engrossing, timely, and highly illustrated biography of the father of modern surgery reveals the shocking practices of surgeons before Joseph Lister proved where infections come from.
In 1841, a quiet, curious boy who stuttered when nervous committed to becoming a surgeon—a profession then more feared than respected.
“This in-depth, beautifully illustrated biography of Mary Anning sings with the passion and perseverance of the woman herself, who from girlhood on scoured the shifting cliffs of her native Dorset to dig out prehistoric mysteries and make sense of them—altering forever our view of the past.” —Joyce Sidman, Newbery Honor winner and Sibert Medal winner
Look up at the skies in wonder with this mystically illustrated treasury of folklore from above and beyond.
Did you know that people used to read the future in the flight of birds? That the constellations were thought to be mythological beings set in the sky?
Follow a stone’s journey through time as it faces ice, water, wind, and scorching heat in this beautiful nonfiction picture book that is Seeds Move! meets A Stone Sat Still.
“Where do rocks come from?”
The answer may be more incredible than you think! After all, a stone is not just a stone: a stone is a story.
New York Times bestselling and award-winning author Jason Reynolds’s debut picture book is a snappy, joyous ode to Word King, literary genius, and glass-ceiling smasher Langston Hughes and the luminaries he inspired.
Back in the day, there was a heckuva party, a jam, for a word-making man. The King of Letters. Langston Hughes.
"Based on his own experiences as a first-generation Ghanaian American growing up in New York City, chef and author Adjepong’s debut picture book beautifully captures Kofi’s complicated feelings of in-betweenness, seeing himself as not quite American enough and not quite Ghanaian enough, even as he tries to connect to his family’s history.
In this edition for young readers adapted from the bestselling work written and illustrated by David Allen Sibley, readers will find a unique treasure trove of fascinating facts about birds, paired with more than 300 full-color illustrations—some life-size! The extraordinary world of birds is brought to life on the page.
A beautifully illustrated collection of 5 minute bedtime stories about the wildlife found in woods around the world. The perfect gift for children and grandchildren this holiday season!
Explore the wonderful world of plants and fungi, with everything from cacti and carnivorous plants to trees, flowers, and mushrooms.
Step into the action-packed world of LEGOⓇ NINJAGO™ and discover everything there is to know about the legendary Ninja!
Jump into the action-packed LEGO Marvel multiverse with DK’s latest Visual Dictionary - with an exclusive LEGO Marvel Minifigure.
A princess story collection like no other.
These princess stories are not fairytales for small children. They are true tales of real women that every young person should know.
These fast paced, action packed tales are stories that have been lost, stories that have remained untold.
From the author of the National Jewish Book Award Finalist Bartali’s Bicycle comes the story of Katalin Karikó, the Nobel Prize-winning scientist whose research of mRNA led to the world-altering development of the Covid-19 vaccine. Perfect for readers who love science, STEM, and books like Dr.
It’s the Second World War as you’ve never seen it before—discover the hidden stories of incredible human spirit during the world’s darkest hour.
Inspired by the #1 New York Times bestseller She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton and Alexandra Boiger, a chapter book series about women who spoke up and rose up against the odds--including Deb Haaland!
Best-selling illustrator Britta Teckentrup explores the world of mammals in a sumptuously illustrated nonfiction book.
A fascinating picture book for children ages 6 years and up about going to the movies and how movies are made.
Find out everything you need to know about dinosaurs, pterosaurs, marine reptiles, and prehistoric mammals with this picture-packed encyclopedia of curiosities.
Come face-to-face with some of the most incredible creatures ever to exist in this incredible book of dinosaurs and other prehistoric life.
Legends of Norse Mythology is afully illustrated anthology of Norse gods, giants, monsters, and heroes retold anew.
Featuring beautiful and otherworldly portraits of mythological characters from Isabella Mazzanti and enchanting text from Old English scholar and Norse mythology expert Dr Thomas Birkett, this collection of timeless tale
Color in more than 90 pages of Amulet characters, patterns, and scenes in this official coloring book inspired by Kazu Kibuishi’s bestselling Graphix series! It’s a beautiful stocking stuffer for fans of all ages.
This official Amulet coloring book includes more than 90 images to color!
This paper-cut book brings anatomy to life!
Do you know the difference between a sight and a smell hound? Can you tell your pug from your poodle? From faithful family pet to wild pack animal, discover all there is to know about our canine friends (and their wild relatives) in this charming compendium of dogs from author/illustrator Katie Viggers.
Three starred reviews!
“History shines” (School Library Journal, starred review) in this inspirational, “vibrantly colored, boisterous, and well-paced” (Booklist, starred review) picture book biography of trailblazer Shirley Chisholm, the first African American woman in Congress and the first woman and African American to enter the Democratic
In this enchanting picture book, two children set out on separate adventures to blaze their very own trail, mapping it as they go.
"Five stars out of five." –NY Journal of Books
A Eureka! Nonfiction honor book
An illustrated collection about animal noses and their amazing functions! Early STEM has never been more fun.
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of This Book Is Anti-Racist, Tiffany Jewell, with art by Eisner-nominated illustrator Nicole Miles, The Antiracist Kid is the essential illustrated guide to antiracism for empowering the young readers in your life!
Get outside and explore the fascinating world of fungi with this beautifully illustrated pocket guide for children.
Did you know that fungi are not quite plant, not quite animal, and not quite bacteria, but a unique organism in a kingdom all of their own?
Get outside and explore the magnificent world of trees with this beautifully illustrated pocket guide for children.
Witness a tree's growth from seed to sapling and discover how trees come together to support each other in forests in this beautiful pocket guide to nature.
Open a window each night of Hanukkah to pop out a candle sticker plus a surprise, then place them anywhere inside the tri-fold Hanukkah home. Explore every magical apartment and celebrate with all the families! Designed to fit on a mantel, table, or shelf next to a menorah, this book also becomes holiday décor. A unique countdown calendar to celebrate the Hanukkah miracle this year!
Take a deep breath and dive into the fully updated and revised Guinness World Records 2024! This year’s edition compiles the very best of the thousands of new records approved over the past year, confirming once again that the public have an insatiable appetite for superlatives!
Discover North America’s birds and their varied and beautiful songs with this informative, brightly illustrated picture book and its easy-to-use app.
Slow, sleepy—and adorable. This playful and informative picture book follows the fascinating history of one of the world’s most beloved animals.
In this vital and accessible survey, a prominent activist for racial justice answers questions from real children, giving them the tools and the confidence to shape a more just society.
With warm and heart-fluttering illustrations, discover the next nonfiction picture book about butterflies and moths from the creator of the New York Times bestseller Women in Science!
Butterflies soar in the sunlight. While moths flutter under the moon and stars.
This picture book biography explores the early life of film star, theater performer, singer, and published author of children's books Julie Andrews, and how she found her voice and her love of music.
"A beautiful and lyrical celebration of my mother's legacy that hits all the right notes." --Emma Walton Hamilton
Long before she starred in movies like
Travel back in time to meet the most magnificent dinosaurs in close up.
The Magnificent Book of Dinosaurs takes you back to prehistoric times to meet 36 incredible beasts.
From the terrifying T. rex to the speedy Velociraptor, this book depicts some of the most incredible dinosaurs in stunning and accurate original illustrations.
This unique, fun and informative introduction to the publishing world shows young readers how a book makes its journey from the writer’s notebook to the reader’s hands.
What’s missing from the world of children’s books? A book about how a book gets made!
Discover the amazing people that work when you’re fast asleep in this large-format board book with easy-to-lift flaps on every page!
There are all kinds of people that work during the night-time, from bakers to doctors, train drivers to road workers, and out at sea or in an art gallery.
This collection brings together 50 stories of powerful female figures from around the world. There are loving creators, wise leaders, fearsome warriors, gentle healers, and mystical protectors, and they can each inspire you to find strength within yourself . . .
Beautifully written by cultural historian and broadcaster, Dr.
In the powerful, vibrant biography Game of Freedom, award-winning creator Duncan Tonatiuh sheds light on the legacy of a legendary capoeira player, Mestre Bimba, who resisted racial oppression through art and turned a marginalized practice into a global phenomenon.
A meia lua whooshed in the air. The strike was evaded and followed with an aú.
From writer Robert Burleigh and illustrator Wendell Minor, an award-winning and bestselling picture book team, comes a gripping climate change–themed tale of a polar bear family fighting to survive.
It is March in the cold North. The long-gone sun is rising.
Silvery ice glitters.
Take a trip around the world to discover the busy animals active during the day, and the magical creatures that come out at night in twelve unique habitats in this extensive exploration of the natural world.
This book's fun flip-book format gives readers two books in one.
Glow: A Family Guide to the Night Sky is a lushly illustrated introduction to the wonders of the night sky, inviting young readers to explore stars, planets, and other celestial bodies and learn how to spot them.
Get ready to explore the night sky! Observe the phases of the moon, navigate by the North Star, and peer into outer space from your own backyard.
Does your heart really stop when you sneeze? Can it break? How does our heart compare to the heart of other creatures? Curious kids will find the answers to these questions and more in All About the Heart by leading pediatric cardiologist Dr Remi Kowalski.
From three-time National Book Award finalist and Newbery Honor author Steve Sheinkin, a true story of two Jewish teenagers racing against time during the Holocaust—one in hiding in Hungary, and the other in Auschwitz, plotting escape.
Be Healthy is a guided notebook with tools, advice and inspiration to help teenagers to lead a healthier lifestyle.
This practical guide for teenagers offers powerful strategies to keep the body and mind healthy. Including, tips for a better sleep, how to maintain a balanced diet, simple steps to develop good habits, and fun mood-boosting activities.
Use this easy guided journal to record all the highlights of your baby’s first 12 months.
Featuring a gold-foil-embossed cloth cover, a ribbon marker and sprayed gold edges, this gorgeous volume is filled with beautiful illustrations and precise notes detailing the secret lives of magical beasts.
Tales of magical creatures have been told across the world for generations...
Welcome all rascals and tricksters to this marvellous miscellany of mischief and magic!
This playful book explores the world of deception and trickery – both the good and the bad.
Learn the secrets of infamous magic illusions and tricks and discover the stories of some of history’s most notorious hoaxes, pranks, and cons.
Did you know that sea cucumbers use their butts to breathe? Or that the famous red butts of mandrills help them see each other in the jungle?Butts are used for breathing, eating, swimming and even talking and they come in all shapes, sizes and colors (some are even multi-colored ).
Learn fun facts about your own bottom and those in the animal kingdom in this hilarious book of butts
Meet Charles S. Parker, an unsung yet trailblazing Black scientist who made major contributions to the fields of botany (the study of plants) and mycology (the study of fungi) in this inspiring STEM/STEAM picture book biography from the creators of Buzzing with Questions.
A Junior Library Guild Selection
Meet Jerry Lawson, the Black engineer who revolutionized the video game industry, in this engaging picture book biography perfect for fans of Whoosh!: Lonnie Johnson’s Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions and Little Legends: Exceptional Men in Black History.
Before Xbox, PlayStation, or Nintendo Switch, there was a tin
The thrilling tale of America’s early paleontologists and the discovery of the first T. Rex fossil, now adapted for young readers.
From the dust of the Gilded Age Bone Wars, two vastly different men emerge to fill the empty halls of New York’s struggling American Museum of Natural History: socialite Henry Fairfield Osborn and intrepid fossil hunter Barnum Brown.
Did you know you cry two types of tears? And up to 30 trillion red blood cells pass through your heart in a minute? With colorful, infographic-style illustrations this informative book is packed with surprising facts and useful information on exactly 100 topics about the human body. A useful reference book for home, school and general knowledge quizzes.
Discover how to build your own awesome LEGO® Animals!
Be inspired by 30 incredible LEGO animals, from a roaring lion to a multi-colored turtle.
Embark on an imaginative building journey as the models get more challenging through the book.
Each animal idea is broken down into three, four, or five important building steps.
This definitive guide to hip-hop teaches kids about the history and world-wide cultural impact of the genre, covering everyone from early heroes like The Sugar Hill Gang, Kurtis Blow, and Run D.M.C., to modern day titans like Kanye West, Cardi B, and Kendrick Lamar.
In the 1970s, a musical and cultural movement was sparked in the Bronx neighborhood of New York City.
WARNING: Contents of this book are cooler than they appear.
From the masterminds responsible for the beloved, award-winning podcast, Stuff You Should Know, comes a gut-busting and brain-bursting nonfiction book for young readers.
Spend hours of fun coloring your favorite characters in the official Dog Man coloring book by Dav Pilkey, the internationally bestselling creator of the Dog Man and Cat Kid Comic Club series!
"I hope you enjoy filling this book up with colors, and may all of your stories be stories about love." -- Dav Pilkey
Hooray, Dog Man fans!
Handbook of Forgotten Skills is an illustrated step-by-step guide to classic fun and handy skills for a new generation.
In this long-awaited third volume in Adventure in Cartooning series, you’ll find everything you need to dream up and draw fantastical worlds for your character to inhabit!
From the incredible illustrator of Dreams from Many Rivers comes the story of Benito Juárez, a man who devoted himself to his country and became president of Mexico.
For fans of Iggy Peck, Architect and the Little People, BIG DREAMS series, this is the first children’s art book to spotlight the fascinating world of lithography—exploring the techniques that make it work, and revealing the secrets behind this truly artistic profession.
Combining science, art, and history, Meet the Lithographer showcases a centuries-
Introduce young readers to the variety, expanse, mystery, and wonder that abounds in the depths of the oceans with this picture book companion to the BBC series The Blue Planet—featuring a foreword by Sir David Attenborough.
Our oceans are home to the greatest diversity of life on Earth and cover seventy-one percent of the planet, yet we have better maps of Mars than of
Step inside the busy, bustling factory that is the human body, and find out about all the different body parts and systems that keep whirring night and day!
Little crafters will become little scientists as they explore, experiment, make, and create their way through every STEAM project.
Learn through play with this hands-on crafty science book that introduces inquisitive children to the wonders of science through craft projects with everyday objects.
From dinosaurs and Vikings to the history of robots and espionage, discover incredible world history in this lavish collection of timelines.
An outstanding STEM picture book documenting the transformation of an aircraft carrier that was gutted and turned into the world’s largest artificial reef.
What happens when something designed to be unsinkable gets bombed to the bottom of the ocean floor? With careful preparation, new life can take root!
The perfect book for troubled times, this collection of over twenty-five real-life stories shows how heroic acts of kindness can change our world for the better.
Featuring twenty-two easy craft projects using natural and recycled materials, The Big Book of Nature Art is a fun and eco-friendly way for young children to connect creatively with nature.
- Colorful, stylized illustrations make historical and contemporary figures warm and engaging
- Biographies are written in a style that will appeal to younger readers, whether they are reading themselves or having an adult read to them
- Portraits are deliberately diverse along gender, racial, and geographic lines
- Diverse, relatable figures help kids see that composers in
Dive into a world of gross facts and discover the secret science of everything icky and sticky.
This irresistibly disgusting book for children will teach you all you need to know about all kinds of animal and human waste and goo – what it’s for, how it’s made, where it goes, and lots more.
Follow a female shark as she heads to warm waters for the sake of her young in a lyrical, fact-filled look at one of the ocean’s top predators.
The great white shark swims on. Her tail sways from side to side; her fins keep her balanced. She travels the fast lane where she can, cruising invisible seaways.
Un hombre, sus burros y sus libros llevan la alegría a aldeas remotas en Colombia en este inspirador libro basado en una historia real, escrita e ilustrada por la celebrada creadora de libros para niños Jeanette Winter, ahora disponible en español.
Discover the fascinating history of our planet with this unique collection of visual timelines.
Full of exciting visual timelines covering minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and years, Timelines of Nature reveals our planet’s natural history and its life cycles in an entirely new way.
Packed with stunning photography, Eyewitness National Parks explores the history of all 63 US National Parks, and their countless treasures.
*EXPANDED EDITION with 85 RECIPES & 85 FULL-PAGE PHOTOS!*
Learn To Cook Amazing Meals with Tons of Fun Family Recipes
This exciting book introduces young readers to the myriad robots doing all the dull, dirty, and dangerous work in our world.
Following The Brainiac’s Book of the Climate and Weather, this new addition to the Brainiac series approaches science and technology from a creative angle to make STEM learning accessible and fun.
A standout among nature books for children, Wild Child is a “dreamy dive into the natural world” (The Guardian) from award-winning author Dara McAnulty, “a young naturalist who inspires with joy” (The New York Times)
Nature is all around us to see, hear, and touch—in the leafy woods, by the sparkling
This engaging nonfiction picture book is a fun and informative read for children interested in learning about the lives of birds.
We’re on an adventure with 1,001 birds! Join our many feathered friends as they flock to ponds, use trees as their homes, make their nests, and migrate to faraway places.
An informative and inclusive children’s guide to neurodiversity for those not in the know and to inspire children who are neurodivergent.
This fun, full-color book of mazes contains more than 25 challenging mazes for children to complete. Each activity features different scenes containing adorable cats in a variety of fun situations.
This fun, full-color book of mazes contains more than 25 challenging mazes for children to complete. Each activity features a different exciting and fun mystery for children to figure out. The mazes are designed to promotelogical thinking, and also enhance hand-eye coordination as children learn to manipulate a writing instrument to follow the mazes.
LEGO® Heroes is a collection of twelve remarkable stories featuring everyday heroes using the LEGO® system in innovative ways to solve global challenges.
Meet twelve visionary builders from around the globe who have turned LEGO® play into life-altering innovations through immense curiosity, creativity, passion, and a handful of LEGO bricks.
The nonfiction debut by #1 New York Times bestselling and Carnegie Medal-winning author Ruta Sepetys. Perfect for fans of Burn After Writing and Bird by Bird.
Did you know that a fully grown human brain is equal to the weight of one 12-week-old kitten? Or that it can think at 41/2 times the speed of a cheetah? How about the fact that an octopus brain reaches to the tips of its tentacles, or that the emerald jewel wasp can use mind control over other insects?
An inspiring and timely illustrated history of peaceful protests from around the world - from 1170 BCE to the present day. Illustrated by award-winner Emily Haworth-Booth, and written by Emily and her sister Alice.
An inspiring and timely illustrated history of peaceful protests from around the world - from 1170 BCE to the present day.
Read about Selena Gomez, who is among the most groundbreaking, iconic Hispanic and Latinx heroes who have shaped our culture and the world in Hispanic Star: Selena Gomez, from Claudia Romo Edelman's gripping Hispanic Star biography series for young readers.
Read about Sylvia Rivera, who is among the most groundbreaking, iconic Hispanic and Latinx heroes who have shaped our culture and the world in Hispanic Star: Sylvia Rivera, co-written with J. Gia Loving, from Claudia Romo Edelman's gripping Hispanic Star biography series for young readers.
From Gandhi to Rosa Parks, the Arab Spring to Black Lives Matter, this introduction to the power of protests covers nearly every continent to show young readers that they can be effective on their own or as part of a movement.
** A KIRKUS BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR **
Hunger continues to be an international problem. This true story of how one ordinary person did something extraordinary shows how everyone can do something to make a difference.
Hot diggity dog! Meet Pluto! The runt of a litter of eight planets. Pluto may not be the biggest or fastest planet to revolve around the Sun, but it has a unique story to tell. From the tale of how it was found by humans to its naming as a dwarf planet, it’s Pluto’s turn to take the spotlight and properly re-introduce itself.
Set over 24 hours, meet see-through frogs, tiny tadpoles, and rampaging toads in this kids' nonfiction book by expert Dr. Itzue W. Caviedes-Solis.
Fun 5-minute drawing lessons for kids—great for young artists, birthday gifts, homeschool art lessons, and elementary art classes!
Fun 5-minute drawing lessons for kids—great for young artists, birthday gifts, homeschool art lessons, and elementary art classes!
Our New York Times best-selling Almanac is packed with incredible photos, tons of fun facts, National Geographic exclusives, games, activities, and fascinating features about animals, science, nature, technology, and more.
This new edition features:
A sensitively written and illustrated story about a young Jewish boy growing up in the horrors of World War II.
How to Dad is the perfect book for new and soon-to-be fathers — because babies don't come with instructions (and if they did, you wouldn't read them anyway).
From award-winning author Deborah Heiligman comes Torpedoed, a true account of the attack and sinking of the passenger ship SS City of Benares, which was evacuating children from England during WWII.
A new and exciting pick-your-path STEM adventure for emerging readers!
This series starter takes emerging readers on an expedition to the ocean’s twilight zone in search of a giant squid. But giant squids are hard to find. Readers will need to join the expedition and help make choices along the way.
First they'll pick their submersible.
J. M. Farkas and Emily Vizzo’s Starflower is a lyrical picture book biography about Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Edna St. Vincent Millay’s childhood and the two sisters who inspired her.
Good things come in threes, like peas, like wishes, like sisters. Vincent—American poet Edna St.
Trees don’t grow on sandbars . . . but a boy from India grew a forest.
What can one person do in the face of global environmental degradation? Indian Jadav Payeng has proven that each and every one of us can make a difference. As a boy, he began planting trees on a sandbank in the state of Assam. Nobody believed that he would succeed in doing so.
In this gorgeous collection, twenty-five of Poe's most beloved works are each illustrated with stunning, full-color collage artwork.
From Waterstones Children's Laureate Joseph Coelho come 25 more bold and brave poems for children. These waltzing verses for reading aloud were written to comfort and inspire!
With his third read-aloud poetry book, Coelho focuses on building kids’ courage!
This illustrated history of dogs, from award-winning author-illustrator Lita Judge, explores how humans’ partnership with dogs changed our lives and theirs
Of all the animals on the planet, dogs have the widest range of roles in our daily lives.
Featuring gorgeous color illustrations by Coretta Scott King– and Caldecott-honor recipient Cozbi A. Cabrera, Melvina Noel’s Chef Edna is a warm and inviting picture book portrait of African American culinary legend Edna Lewis, who brought Southern cooking to the masses.
Edna loved to cook.
What types of boats are there? How do big ships float? Who works on boats and ships? The Do You Know?™ series provides in-depth looks at a wide range of popular subjects.
Discover the intriguing world of wildflowers with this handy pocket guide. Beautifully illustrated throughout, The Little Guide to Wildflowers offers a fresh perspective on identifying the flowers around you. Featuring 40 of the most beautiful flowers from around the world, including the common wildflowers we know and love, as well as the rare and interesting.
*A NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY TOP TEN BEST BOOK OF 2023 FOR CHILDREN * A PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR * A KIRKUS BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR *
★ “Vivid . . . mesmerizing . . . intriguing.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
In this exciting book, a former NASA astronaut inspires the next generation of space travelers with answers to all kids' questions on how people become astronauts, how they prepare for space travel, and what it's like to live and work in space.
A kid's guide to leaving the planet from someone who's done it!
The Coretta Scott King Award–winning creator of Hoop Kings celebrates the skill and talent of top female soccer professionals—and pays homage to the legendary US World Cup team of 1999.
*As featured in The New York Times*
From the critically acclaimed, multimillion-copy best-selling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, discover the life of King Charles.
Little Charles always knew that, one day, he would have a big job to do.
From critically acclaimed illustrator of The Lost Package comes a bold nonfiction story following a day in the life of a backyard jumping spider - meticulously researched and utterly charming.
What if you were small as a bean,
Could walk on the walls and ceiling,
Sense vibrations through your elbows,
And jump five times your body length?
This is a coral reef. A living, limestone necklace beneath the sea—multi-colored, ever-changing, and full of animals.
Follow a year in the life of Volans, a flying squirrel, as she glides in the night air to hunt for food, deftly avoids danger from a raccoon, and gives birth to three tiny pups before preparing once again for the coming winter.
The true story of John Meyers and Charles Bender, who in 1911 became the first two Native pro baseball players to face off in a World Series. This picture book teaches important lessons about resilience, doing what you love in the face of injustice, and the fight for Native American representation in sports.
From a multi-award-winning pair comes a deeply affecting portrait of determination against discrimination: the story of young spelling champion MacNolia Cox.
MacNolia Cox was no ordinary kid.
Her idea of fun was reading the dictionary.
An amazing close-up look at the world of insects. Bees, spiders, butterflies, ants and more are meticulously illustrated in this informative compendium of little critters that’s written for young animal fans.
Discover the incredible story of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, who followed her childhood dream of becoming a lawyer and eventually became the first Black woman to sit on the US Supreme Court in this picture book biography.
After 232 years and 115 appointments, Ketanji Onyika Brown Jackson became the first Black woman appointed to serve on the US Supreme Court.
Explore nature’s limitless majesty from a breathtaking new perspective
A poetic picture book celebrating the life and scientific discoveries of the groundbreaking astronomer Cecilia Payne!
Astronomer and astrophysicist Cecilia Payne was the first person to discover what burns at the heart of stars. But she didn't start out as the groundbreaking scientist she would eventually become.
A collective biography of 40 influential Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, from Kalpana Chawla to The Rock to Tammy Duckworth, whose historical contributions readers may not know but whose light shines on, with stunning illustrated portraits by Hugo Award nominee Victo Ngai.
An engaging, inclusive history of the world for children, where feelings, curiosity, and facts blend together
Big Ideas from History is the story of what has happened through time - in a voice that speaks directly to a child's growing mind, helping them make vast connections between time and place, and their own place within history.
Brassy, smokey, melodious. There's nothing like the saxophone. This incredible work from the award-winners behind Before She was Harriet includes a poster of jazz music's greatest talents.
A bouncing picture book biography of the tap dancer behind the Happy Feet penguin, illustrated by the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor Winner of Hidden Figures.
Discover the true story of how a 1969 fire in one of the most polluted rivers in America sparked the national Earth Day movement in this nonfiction picture book by award-winning author Barry Wittenstein and beloved illustrator Jessie Hartland.
After the Industrial Revolution in the 1880s, the Cayuhoga River in Cleveland, Ohio, caught fire almost twenty times, earning Cleveland the ni
Written by Emmy Award–winning journalist Elisa Boxer and movingly illustrated by the acclaimed Amy June Bates, Hidden Hope is the remarkable true story of how a toy duck smuggled forged identity papers for Jewish refugees during World War II.
During World War II, a social worker named Jacqueline bicycled through the streets of Paris, passing Nazi soldiers and
Celebrate the inventor of the dishwasher in this inspiring STEM/STEAM picture book biography about Josephine Garis Cochrane, the brains behind one of the world's most-used kitchen appliances.
Many Americans have a dishwasher in their kitchen. But who invented it?
You probably know that you're supposed to recycle—but you may not know how or why. This adaptation of the successful adult book, written by a lawyer and sustainability expert, will answer all your recycling questions.
Fans of No Voice Too Small will be inspired by young climate activists who made an impact around climate change in their communities, countries, and beyond.
Hidden Figures meets Rosie Revere, Engineer in this STEM/STEAM picture book about Edith Clarke, the innovator who solved an electrical mystery and built the first graphing calculator—from paper!
This fascinating nonfiction picture book filled with stunning illustrations details the end of life for a whale, also known as a whale fall, when its body sinks to the ocean floor and becomes an energy-rich food source for organisms living in the deep sea.
Step out of your element with Science Comics: The Periodic Table of Elements, the latest volume of First Second's nonfiction graphic novel series!
A book of fun chemistry experiments has fallen into the wrong hands. Only Mel can use her knowledge of the periodic table to put an end to a maniacal madman's evil schemes.
Discover North America's stately trees from coast to coast
Discover dozens of the world's most famous flowers in one gorgeous volume
What's the one thing better than drawing? Drawing with Grandma
What's the one thing better than drawing? Drawing with Grandpa
★"Scenes unfold with cinematic flair...Bonheur's tenacity and determination will resonate with children, whether or not they're familiar with her art."--Quill & Quire, starred review
Set over a 24-hour period, meet speedy ostriches, tiny hummingbirds, and majestic eagles in this kids’ nonfiction book about the coolest birds in the world.
My First Big Book of Preschool Math is a jumbo activity book with almost 200 pages of learning fun to help kids practice counting and solve simple equations!
Kids will love My First Big Book of Preschool Math, a follow-up and expansion to the successful My First Big Book of Coloring series that's packed with page after page of learning fun!
In this addition to the critically acclaimed Scientist in the Field series, scientist Robin Tanamachi and her team are trying to save countless lives across America’s heartland, chasing one tornado at a time.
The remarkable true story of Jovita Valdovinos, a Mexican revolutionary who disguised herself as a man to fight for her rights!
* “Graceful . . deft . . . mesmerizing. . . .
From Down syndrome advocate and viral sensation Sofia Sanchez comes this beautiful and inclusive picture book about all the different ways to make a family.
Families come in many different shapes and forms -- but they all teach you how to be strong and show you how loved you are.
Alongside a sweet and simple narrative, the warm illustrations tell their own story.
In Ancient Greece for Kids, readers will discover everything there is to know about
Ancient Greece told in a novelty format.
"Highly recommended for nonfiction and even parenting collections, where it will fly off the shelf with science-loving kids and neutralize any adult melodrama around talking to kids about sex."—School Library Journal, starred review
Everywhere, all around you, life is making more.
A 2020 New York Public Library Top Spanish Language Book for Children Now in English.
"A food writer revels in the wonders of local markets worldwide....A foodie's delight."--Kirkus Reviews
Develop new skills (card tricks!), make fun things (a water balloon launcher!) and learn crazy-cool facts with this hands-on activity book for ages 8 to 12
Mochi Waffles with Salted Caramel Sauce for breakfast. Ramen Cacio e Pepe for dinner. Triple Chocolate brownies for dessert. Verveine Oringer and her dad, James Beard Award-Winning chef and restaurateur Ken Oringer, share their favorite family recipes designed to help kids (and their families) cook like chefs, too!
“An inspired defense of roughhousing! I guarantee that if you read just a few pages of this book, you'll be down on the floor wrestling and laughing with your children.”—Michael Thompson, co-author of the national best seller Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys
The only story for young readers of the legendary Chilean songwriter and activist who became a symbol of peace amidst the brutality of Augusto Pinochet's regime.
30 stories of feminist change to fire you up without burning you out.
What does it take to achieve an equal, just, and joy-filled world—and how do we sustain ourselves when the work is daunting?
Do you know the difference between a vagina and a vulva? If you’re not sure, We Need to Talk About Vaginas by TikToker Dr. Allison K. Rodgers could be for you!
A picture-book biography of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the woman who invented rock and roll—a warm, inspiring tale of a childhood filled with music, community, and a drive to succeed.
An inspiring memoir of a Caldecott-winning artist and one of the most acclaimed children’s book illustrators of all time, sharing the story of a young artist who finds the courage to follow his passion against all odds.
* "A moving work from a legend of children's literature and a testament to his legacy of visual storytelling." &md
Learn about the delightful wagging-tail world in this exciting guide to dogs and puppies.
Find out about the lives of our adorable furry friends in this exciting guide to cats and kittens.
Explore Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths with this jam-packed collection of fun-filled experiments you can do at home.
Get immersed in exciting STEM activities that will inspire every budding home scientist, technology fan, young engineer, and mathematician!
In 1948 World War II veteran Earl Shaffer decided to "walk the war out of his system" and became the first person to report hiking the entire length of the Appalachian Trail in one, continuous journey. This children's book tells the story of Earl's remarkable journey of five million steps across fourteen states for over two thousand miles.
Enter the dark Antarctic winter, where a pair of emperor penguins share the task of keeping their young one alive—and discover how fighting climate change is key to their survival.
"A profile as bold and vivacious as the singer herself." —Kirkus (starred review)
"Terrific for all collections that want to inspire the musically inclined and highlight innovative pioneers." —Booklist (starred review)
Uncover the stories of gods and goddesses from around the world, in this dynamic anthology of ancient myths.
Discover 23 captivating stories of gods and goddesses from civilizations around the world in this book that introduces children to ancient cultures with colorful illustrations and incredible storytelling.
How did a young boy from Ohio go on to become one of the greatest basketball players of all time? Read about the incredible life and career of LeBron James in this addition to the #1 New York Times best-selling Who Was? series.
From #1 New York Times bestselling authors Mindy Thomas and Guy Raz, hosts of the #1 kids podcast Wow in the World, comes a book bursting with 250 awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping science facts, photos, and illustrations.
Discover plenty of creative crafts you can do using cardboard in this activity book bursting with exciting ideas!
With 25 amazing projects to inspire young creators, this fun activity book encourages children to get creative by transforming everyday materials into incredible objects.
The #1 New York Times bestseller that sparked international dialogue is now a book for young adults! Based on the adult bestseller by Ibram X. Kendi, and co-authored by bestselling author Nic Stone, How to be a (Young) Antiracist will serve as a guide for teens seeking a way forward in acknowledging, identifying, and dismantling racism and injustice.
Embark on a search-and-find adventure within THE WORLD OF DUNGEONS & DRAGONS!
Dive into a dozen intricately illustrated Dungeons & Dragons worlds and realms, including the frozen winds of Icewind Dale, Waterdeep and the City of Splendors, Neverwinter, the Jewel of the North, and the legendary Baldur’s Gate!
"This is not just a story of the violence of fascism, but of the burning joy of freedom, and the exhilaration of shaping, with sweat and blood, a better world."**
Discover the inspiring story of Augustus Jackson, an African American entrepreneur who is known as "the father of ice cream," in this beautifully illustrated picture-book biography.
From the author of Lailah’s Lunchbox and Unsettled comes a powerful picture book biography about Maryam Faruqi, the founder of the Happy Home Schools, which provided education to thousands of girls across Pakistan at a time when girls weren't encouraged to go to school.
Perfect for fans of Hidden Figures and Mae Among the Stars! To Boldly Go tells the true story of Nichelle Nichols and how she used her platform on Star Trek to inspire and recruit a new generation of diverse astronauts and many others in the space and STEM fields.
The late Civil Rights activist and Congressman John Lewis is the 29th hero in the New York Times bestselling picture book biography series for ages 5 to 9.
Coyote is three years old when she leaves her family in Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario and embarks on a 500-mile odyssey eastward in search of a territory of her own and a mate to share it with.
Learn about the bold and courageous life of soccer champion and activist Megan Rapinoe in the new Who HQ Now format of #1 New York Times Best-Selling Who Was? series.
Powerful sound clips from twelve Black leaders amplified by bold illustrations and background facts illuminate pivotal moments of Black history in America.
With the touch of the button, hear impactful quotes spoken by inspiring Black Americans in primary source audio files.
This autobiographical picture book by the multiple Grammy Award-winning singer Roberta Flack recounts her childhood in a home surrounded by music and love: it all started with a beat-up piano that her father found in a junkyard, repaired, and painted green.
A celebration of twelve Black women who were pivotal to the civil rights movement and the fight for justice and equal rights in America.
You've heard the names Rosa Parks and Coretta Scott King, but what about the many other women who were crucial to the civil rights movement?
As a child, Abby Wambach was loud and clear about what she wanted and what she didn’t, and she didn’t want to be left out of any competition—especially soccer.
A Young People's History of the United States brings to US history the viewpoints of workers, enslaved people, immigrants, women, Black people, Latino Americans, Asian Americans, American Indians, and others whose stories, and their impact, are rarely included in books for young people.
Combining family stories of the everyday and the extraordinary as seen through the eyes of her twelve-year-old self, Willie Mae Brown gives readers an unforgettable portrayal of her coming of age in a town at the crossroads of history.
A visually dynamic companion to the biographical collection Dark Hearts, this collection of biographies details the cruel and often horrifying lives of history's most notorious - and deadly - people.
Stretch your brain up, down, and sideways with addictive area mazes!
Introducing a new puzzle obsession for sodoku lovers . . . amazing, absorbing area mazes.
First invented for gifted students, area mazes blend grade-school math with genius logic. Put down that calculator!
The story of sweet success behind the Hershey's Kiss! The invention of America's quintessential milk chocolate bar is brought to vivid, delicious life in this STEAM picture book biography perfect for fans of Mr. Ferris and His Wheel and Snowflake Bentley.
In this fourth book in the Busy Little Hands series, preschoolers get ready for a science adventure! Preschoolers wonder and explore with 20 hands-on experiments using everyday household objects and making daily activities such as snack time and play time into learning opportunities.
The growing group of bird enthusiasts who enjoy feeding and watching their feathered friends will learn how they can expand their activity and help address the pressing issue of habitat loss with 100 Plants to Feed the Birds. In-depth profiles offer planting and care guidance for 100 native plant species that provide food and shelter for birds throughout the year, from win
Visit one of the most incredible natural environments in this picture-packed guide, to discover the Amazon’s plants and wildlife, and its people.
Become an eyewitness to the fascinating species that live in the depths of the Amazon rainforest, in this picture-led reference guide that will take you on a visual tour of the nine South American countries it extends across.
Packed with stunning photography, Eyewitness The Elements explores the building blocks of our universe.
Dive into a watery world where many wonderful fish of all shapes and sizes swim, in rivers, lakes, and oceans.
Delve beneath the surface of Earth with this pictorial atlas and discover the secrets of our planet.
In this acclaimed addition to the beloved Scientists in the Field series, author Amy Cherrix follows scientists investigating black bears—and other animals around the globe—who are rapidly becoming our neighbors in urban and suburban areas, with full-color photography.?
Are you ready to do your part to create a better world?
This official guided journal companion to Me and White Supremacy: Young Readers Edition includes everything kids need as they learn, grow, and embark on their antiracism journey, including:
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be Dyslexic? Learn what it's like and about some of the tools that can help with overcoming Dyslexia. This sweet story is empowering and will inspire you to be the best you can be!
Perfect for anyone looking for:
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be deaf? Learn what it's like and about some of the things that can be used to help with learning and communication. This sweet story is empowering and will inspire you to be the best you can be and to reach out to others to help bridge the gap between our differences!
Perfect for anyone looking for:
Explore all the most interesting, important, and awe-inspiring sites in the US National Parks with this guide featuring 100 must-see historical sites, natural landmarks, and other points of interest.
The US National Parks are full of amazing things to see from the incredible landscapes at the Grand Canyon to historical monuments like the Gateway Arch.
This nonfiction picture book, by a South African writer, explores how light weaves the universe together and how much we have in common with a quivering aspen leaf and the dust of a distant nebula.
Caldecott Honor–winning team Steve Jenkins and Robin Page celebrate the astonishing diversity of bird species in this magnificently illustrated picture book.
They can dance, sing, and, of course, fly—what's not to love about birds?
The ultimate book for young sports fans is back with the past year's top sports stories.Look back on another year in sports with Scholastic, featuring exciting and all-new coverage for 2023.Get up close and personal with the top athletes in baseball, basketball, football, soccer, and more in this perfect book for sports fanatics and newbies alike.
It's been another year of incredible facts, trends, current events, and more. Read about all the amazing world records you need to know from the past year in our world records annual, updated for 2023!
Find out amazing stats, like: - Which movie was the most success at the box office? - Whose album had the biggest hits? - Where can you find the world's oldest animal?
What is hard and what is soft? What is curved and what is straight? What is safe and what is dangerous?
Learn these and many other opposites in English and Spanish in the bilingual title Opposites-Opuestos.
A sequel to Encyclopedia of Ordinary Things, which appeared in Wall Street Journal review.
In this “pleasing and informative” (Kirkus Reviews) illustrated nonfiction book for middle grade readers, Brooke Barker of Sad Animal Facts introduces readers to incredible animals and the bizarre things human scientists do to understand them.
Did you know that crows never forget a face? Or that jaguars have a favorite cologne?
The deep bond between Lawrence Anthony and the traumatized matriarch of the wild elephant herd he saved is at the heart of this story.
From the award-winning author of Before She Was Harriet comes another work of lyrical beauty, the story of Henry David Thoreau and businessman Frederic Tudor—and a changing world.
When do you eat 'bread of the dead', or walk barefoot across red-hot coals? When might you dress up as a demon in a hairy suit and huge horned headdress? What are you celebrating if you climb an 18-metre-high tower made out of buns?
"A well-rounded look at life in the theater."--Booklist
Open the envelope to discover your very own invitation to the ballet, asking you to take a tour and peek behind the scenes to see what goes on between performances.
The What Do We Know About? series explores the mysterious, the unknown, and the unexplained. Is the Loch Ness Monster really lurking beneath Scottish waters, or is it just a myth? Find out all that there is to know about the most famous aquatic cryptid!
The What Do We Know About? series explores the mysterious, the unknown, and the unexplained. Does the underwater kingdom of Atlantis really exist, or is it just a centuries-old myth? Find out all there is to know about Atlantis in this compelling and up-to-date addition to an exciting new series!
Handy hands. What a unique tool Explore the hand from a range of expected and unexpected aspects.
A children’s history of the world told via the development of language, featuring the wordsmiths, civilizations, and tools that have shaped the ways humans communicate.
Discover the mysteries of Earth’s closest neighbor in this incredible guide to the Moon.
A singular, richly illustrated picture book biography of Bayard Rustin, the gay Black man behind the March on Washington of 1963, by the acclaimed authors of Unspeakable: the Tulsa Race Massacre and Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag.
What is the universe? Can you travel in time? Will humans ever live on other planets? Curious kids want to know, and they will get the answers to these questions and many more in this exceptional illustrated Q&A book.
Dive into the wondrous world of water and discover the stories of more than 100 incredible aquatic lifeforms.
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From the creator of The Arrival, a collection of essays illuminating his thoughts and advice for writers and artists, young and old.
Shaun Tan is one of the world’s most highly acclaimed narrative artists—his stories and images are loved by countless young an
Field guide and intrepid explorer Huw Lewis Jones and wildlife illustrator Sam Caldwell take readers out into the wild to discover all there is to know and love about the eight different species of bears.
Bilingual mini biographies (in English and Spanish) introduce young readers to groundbreaking Latino leaders—from Roberto Clemente and Cesar Chavez to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sonia Sotomayor.
Thoroughly engaging stories about amazing trailblazers include contemporary figures in many fields, from science and business to journalism and visual arts.
Drawing from her experiences as an Indigenous scientist, botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer demonstrated how all living things--from strawberries and witch hazel to water lilies and lichen--provide us with gifts and lessons every day in her best-selling book Braiding Sweetgrass.
In this joyous and inventive rereading of the beloved children’s book Harold and the Purple Crayon, the author of How We Change (And Ten Reasons Why We Don’t) celebrates our inherent “sacred originality” and establishes a new framework for self-reliance.
This behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the classic and beloved picture book Make Way for Ducklings will captivate young artists, writers, readers, and animal lovers alike.
Famous German illustrator Dieter Braun offers his readers an accurate representation of animals from all around the world in this bold and memorably illustrated volume.
Some people just can’t resist showing off… and this BIG book introduces readers to some of the biggest braggers and loudest show-offs throughout history.
This book takes young readers on a tour of some of history's greatest show-offs, from wealthy kings and queens who loved to splash the cash to masterful musicians who weren't shy ab
A stylish coloring book featuring line art celebrating iconic works and treasures from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Journey through The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection to reveal intricate treasures with your coloring pencils.
Shirley Chisholm was a natural-born fighter. She didn't like to be bossed and she wanted things to be fair.
To be a spy you don't need to wear a trench coat, have an elegant mustache, practise magic tricks, or carry a special briefcase. All you have to do is be an ordinary person (with great instincts) and be willing to read this handbook from cover to cover The Spy Handbook tells you everything you've ever wanted to know about spies, and teaches you everything you need to get going.
Meet the glaciers—before they disappear. Meltdown: Discover Earth's Irreplaceable Glaciers and Learn What You Can Do to Save Them is a kids’ guide to the glorious but endangered world of glaciers.
"Pulse-pounding, both as a sports highlight and a tribute to the character and determination of one of the game’s unexcelled greats." — Kirkus
Inspired by the #1 New York Times bestseller She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton and Alexandra Boiger, a chapter book series about women who spoke up and rose up against the odds--including Maya Lin!
Here is a huge compendium of laugh-out-loud jokes that will let boys and girls entertain themselves and their friends for hours and hours.
- Why do fish live in salt water? Because pepper makes them sneeze!
- Why can’t your nose be 12 inches long? Because then it would be a foot!
- Why can’t a bic
Revolutionary Women celebrates the amazing stories of 50 women of color who pushed boundaries, rewrote the rules, and inspired women everywhere to follow in their footsteps.