Space- Introduces space to young readers, including our solar system, other stars, the universe, and space travel.
Airplanes- Introduces airplanes to young readers, including the history and technology of flight.
Animals- Brief text and life-sized photographs illustrate the concept of size by teaching about reptiles, amphibians, fish, mammals, and birds.
Insects- Brief text and life-sized photographs illustrate the concept of size by introducing insect body parts, such as legs, antennae, and wings.
Rocks and Soil- This amazing book utilizes real-size photographs to teach young learners about different types of rocks and soil. Instead of using words alone to explain the appearance and composition of different types of rocks and soil, this book conveys information with accurately-sized photographs. Simple, leveled text helps readers access this information and build vocabulary.
Simple Machines- Brief text and life-sized photographs illustrate the concept of size with simple machines, such as levers, inclined planes, wheels and axles, screws, pulleys, and wedges.
Science Experiments with Gravity and Motion- Features easy and fun science experiments with gravity and motion using household items. Each activity includes easy instructions with how-to photos, and short science explanations.
Science Experiments with Magnets- Features easy and fun science experiments with magnets using household items. Each activity includes easy instructions with how-to photos, and short science explanations.
Science Experiments with Liquid- The science projects in this book are easy and fun! you can do them at home. No laboratory required. Each activity includes how-to photos, easy instructions, and short explanations. Super simple says it all. You'll be thinking like a scientist in no time!
Caring for Horses- A narrative guide to caring for horses, from where to house the animals, how to groom them, how much to exercise and feed them, and what to wear and expect as you perform daily tasks.
Riding Horses- A narrative guide to riding horses, from where to ride the animals, how to saddle them, how to mount and give orders to them, and what to wear and expect as you perform daily tasks.
Butterflies- This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells how butterflies find food and briefly explains their life cycle. Includes picture glossary.
Ladybugs- This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells facts about ladybugs and briefly explains their life cycle. Includes picture glossary.
Honeybees- This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells how honeybees make honey. Includes picture glossary.
When and Why Did the Horse Fly?- Introduces the question words How, What, When, Where, Who, and Why through the telling of an original story.
Thanksgiving- Thanksgiving is turkey, pumpkin pie, family gatherings, and a celebration of all the good things for which we're grateful. But how did out modern-day Thanksgiving traditions get their start? What was the first Thanksgiving like?
Halloween- Legends of ghosts, goblins, and ghouls fill the air, and excited trick-or-treaters scurry from house to house hoping to fill their bags with sweet goodies. Halloween is among America's most treasured childhood holidays. This book traces the origins of Halloween and explains the old and new traditions associated with October 31.
Independence Day- Fireworks, parades, and picnics are just a few of the ways Americans commemorate their freedom every July. Colorful photos and engaging text tell the story of our struggle for independence from Great Britain. Young readers are sure to love the kid-friendly activities and recipes that offer new ways to bring the Fourth of July to life.
Saint Patrick's Day- Dress in some green, savor a slice of soda bread, and catch a little luck of the Irish! Kids will discover the history behind Saint Patrick's Day, and find out ways to celebrate on their own. Young readers learn about the festivities and traditions associated with this celebration of Irish culture.
Chinese New Year- The Chinese New Year is a time to celebrate renewal and fresh beginnings. In America, this holiday has become an important and exciting cultural tradition. Teaches readers about the history and pastimes associated with the Chinese New Year, as well as what they can do to commemorate the day.
Cinco De Mayo- Pinatas, floats, and tasty food all play a role in the holiday that remembers Mexican independence. Kids learn the historical significance behind the festivities and gain an appreciation for the exciting traditions and rich cultural celebration associated with May 5.
Father's Day- Learn why we celebrate Father's Day. You also learn what happened on the very first Father's Day ever.
Christmas- Kids will discover the history behind Christmas, and find out ways to celebrate on their own. Young readers learn about the festivities and traditions associated with this winter celebration.
Easter- Learn about Easter eggs and try out a delicious recipe for an edible bird's nest. Kids discover the meaning of and pastimes associated with Easter. Teaches children about traditions passed down through the ages and explores how Easter is celebrated today.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day- The third Monday in January is a time to remember a man who fought for peace and equality. This book discusses Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the origins of the day named in his honor.
Hanukkah- Learn about the menorah and try out a delicious recipe for latkes. Kids discover the meaning of and pastimes associated with Hanukkah. Teaches children about traditions passed down through the ages and explores how Hanukkah is celebrated in America today.
Jupiter: The Giant of the Solar System- Hundreds of millions of miles from Earth, a giant. cloud-covered world circles the Sun. This planet is an enormous ball of gases and liquids, traveling through space with its family of over 60 moons.
Mars: The Dusty Planet- Millions of miles from Earth, a cold, dusty world circles the Sun. The sky looks pink, and the ground is red. This planet is home to one of the solar system's biggest volcanoes and deepest canyons, home to Mars!
Earth: Our Home In the Solar System- Traveling through space at over 66,000 miles per hour (107,000 km/h), an amazing world circles the Sun. This planet is home to deep oceans, tall mountains, green forests, and over 8 million different types of living things.
Neptune: The Stormiest Planet- Nearly 3 billion miles from Earth, a stormy, blue world circles the Sun. This icy planet is home to huge storms that are 10 times more powerful than the most destructive hurricanes here on Earth.
Mercury: The High-Speed Planet- Millions of miles from Earth, a small, rocky world circles the Sun. The sky is always black, and the land is covered with huge craters. This planet is scorching by day and freezing by night.
Pluto and the Dwarf Planets- Billions of miles from Earth, a tiny, icy world is moving through space. This is Pluto, and it is just one member of a group of small, mysterious worlds that orbit the Sun with many secrets to reveal.
Venus: The Hot and Toxic Planet- Millions of miles from Earth, a rocky, scorching-hot world circles the Sun. On this planet, daytime feels like night because the Sun's light is blocked by a thick layer of toxic clouds and gases.
Saturn: The Ringed Wonder- Nearly a billion miles from Earth, a huge world made of gases and liquids circles the Sun. This planet is surrounded by beautiful rings of ice and dust, and it travels through space with its family of over 50 moons.
Uranus: The Sideways-Spinning Planet- Nearly 2 billion miles from Earth, an icy, blue world circles the Sun. A huge, beautiful ball of gases and liquids, this planet travels through space spinning on its side.