6 copies of Two Cultures Meet: Native American and European. See how these two cultures helped each other and also clashed. Learn how encounter and exchange impacted life in the Americas.
6 copies of Dust Bowl Days. Meet the Bucklers from Oklahoma and read how this farm family survived the drought and the Great Depression of the 1930s.
6 copies of The Struggle for Equality. From 1955 to 1975, African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and women battled discrimination and fought for equal rights. Read about each group's victories and the challenges they face today.
6 copies of The Southwest: Its History and People. Step into the past to learn about the people of the Southwest: New Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma, and Texas.
6 copies of The Underground Railroad. Follow fugitive slaves Callie Taylor and William Ballard on their long walk to freedom from Kentucky to Canada on the Underground Railroad. Discover how abolitionists help them survive the long journey to freedom.
6 copies of Jamestown and the Virginia Colony. This is the story of the English settlers who founded the first American colony that survived, the hardships they overcame, and the steps they took toward self government.
Four students travel to the Rocky Mountains to study wolves. They quickly learn that people and wolves do not always get along. They show that some problems are caused by misunderstandings between wolves and people who live near them.
Students learn about science and field research in the Planet Patrol... more
A boy and his family race to escape the devastation caused when the South Fork Dam breaks and water destroys their town.
Your students will learn about science as they read the Eyewitness series of realistic adventure stories. Each story takes place during a famous American natural disaster. Readers foll... more
In this chapter book, the Mexican Revolution forces Fina and her family to immigrate to Loredo, Texas in 1910. Though life is hard for the family of farmers, Fina and her family must learn to get by in their new home.
Spanning different regions, time periods, and ethnic groups, thi... more
6 copies of What Plant Is This? Examines plant parts to identify a banana plant.
6 copies of When the Rain Comes. Reveals where animals seek shelter when it rains.
6 copies of Bricks, Wood, and Stones. Introduces different materials used to make homes.
6 copies of Going to School. The various methods of transportation to get to school.
6 copies of Rules Help. How rules help us know how to behave in different environments.
6 copies of Signs on the Way. Shows how road signs help us find our way and stay safe.
6 copies of Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter. Introduces the concept of the calendar and shows seasonal activities.
6 copies of The Fourth of July. This text explores the way people celebrate the Fourth of July.
6 copies of What’s My Job? Considers the tools needed to do a job.
A brother and sister use flowers, leaves, seeds and more to create a funny plant picture in their backyard.
6 copies of A Bird Flies By. Compares birds that live in different habitats.
A young girl introduces readers to members of her family and tells what activities they do to have fun together.
A family heads into the forest for a picnic. They see flowers, squirrels, birds, rabbits, and - just as they're about to eat - ants!
A boy lines up his toy bus, truck, fire engine, van, motorcycle, and car, then sends them racing one at a time down a ramp - until his kitten intervenes.
A poetic ode to summer in which a family goes to a community swimming pool and finds cool water, hot sunlight, and a shady place to rest.
Tammy has items both big and small in her brand-new toy store!
6 copies of How Do Seeds Travel? Describes how different kinds of seeds are moved from place to place.
6 copies of I Can See My Shadow. Examines how the size of a shadow changes throughout the course of a day.
6 copies of Popcorn and Candy. Demonstrates how corn and sugar change as they are made into these popular treats.
6 copies of Seeing Things Up Close. Compares how things look with the naked eye and under a microscope.
6 copies of The Penguin Chick. Penguin parents hatch an egg and feed their chick. This text looks at the life cycle of a baby penguin.
6 copies of Fall Colors. Teaches colors by looking at fall leaves.
6 copies of Using Your Senses at School. Looks at how you use your five senses at school.
6 copies of What Color Is the Sky? Shows how the color of the sky changes during the course of the day.
6 copies of What Do You Know About Dolphins? Traces the life cycle of dolphins and examines how they live in the sea.
6 copies of What’s Inside? Compares the inedible skins of various fruits and vegetables and their edible interiors.
6 copies of A New School. Looks at some of the reasons people move from one place to another.
6 copies of Food From Another Country. Introduces children to common foods that were first made in another country.
6 copies of From the Skyscraper. Shows different views of things that can be seen from a skyscraper
6 copies of Grandpa’s Garden Shed. Introduces garden tools and how they are used.
6 copies of Loading the Airplane. A behind the scenes look at what happens to luggage once it is checked in.
6 copies of My Walk Home. A boy talks about all the places he passes while walking home from school. Each place provides a different service.
6 copies of Go Teddy! Shows the difference between pushing and pulling.
6 copies of Where Do You Live? Students follow along as a girl shows where she lives on national and state maps.
Mr. Greg protects his garden from unwanted pests and does a good deed in the process.
A grandfather reminisces about life in his town in the past and present.
A class writes and illustrates a rhyming book about space, including interesting space facts.
Children make a game for the school fair using magnets and paper fish.
6 copies of Walking Up Walls. Introduces adaptations that allow some animals to climb vertical surfaces.
6 copies of Animals with Backbones. Considers the differences and similarities among the different types of vertibrates.
6 copies of Cactuses. Cactuses are special plants that can live in deserts. Learn about how they collect water in thick stems and protect themselves with sharp spines.
6 copies of Life in the Ocean. Most of the ocean animals we know live in the highest zone, or level, of the ocean. This book explores some of the very interesting animals that live in the other zones.
6 copies of My Fish Tank. Introduces the concept of a siphon by cleaning a fish tank.
6 copies of Making Raisins. Explains how grapes become raisins.
6 copies of Soil. Considers how soil is made and how plants, animals and people depend on it
6 copies of Tools Scientists Use. Looks at a variety of tools that scientists use to do their job.
6 copies of What Makes Me Healthy? Discusses the thing you need to be healthy.
6 copies of When a Storm Comes. This book looks at erosion and how it can be prevented.
6 copies of Where Does the Water Go? This book explains the process of water evaporation in three everyday situations in which heat changes water from a liquid to a vapor.
6 copies of Going Up the Mountain. Introduces habits and creatures at varying altitudes.
6 copies of Jack’s Boat. Examines the life of a commercial fisherman.
6 copies of This Is My Street. Compares life in a suburban environment to life in an urban area.
6 copies of Tunnels. Teaches how and why tunnels are useful
6 copies of Turn on a Faucet. This book follows water from the faucet to rainwater falling into a river. A spread illustrates the whole cycle in a clear diagram.
6 copies of My Bed Is Soft. Compare physical properties of items in a child's bedroom.
6 copies of What’s on the Truck? Trucks move goods from fields and factories to stores and homes.
Lee has her own tree! She watches it grow and change from season to season - until one spring something surprising happens.
In this simple retelling of an Ojibway legend about the formation of two islands and a special dune, children learn about the power and beauty of nature.
In this chapter book, Olivia and her cousins are ice skating when they see Uncle Terry's glasses stuck in the ice and decide to get them out.
6 copies of A Guide to the Planets. Compares the nine major planets that orbit the sun.
6 copies of Better Off Wet! A Guide to Wetlands. Compares three different types of wetlands: bogs, swamps, and marshes.
6 copies of Birthstones. Describes the unique characteristics of the birthstone for each month.
6 copies of Changes All Around Us. Explores natural and cyclical changes in the environment, weather and all living things
6 copies of Exploring Tide Pools. Looks at different types of plants and animals that live in a tide pool
6 copies of Glass. Examines the history of glass and shows its many uses.
6 copies of People Build Dams. Compares similar human and animal behaviors.
6 copies of Meet Jane Goodall. Introduces the famous animal researcher and considers the influence of her work
6 copies of On Safari. Compares giraffes, elephants and cheetahs living in Tanzania's Serengeti Plain
6 copies of Simple Machines. This book describes the work of six simple machines: pulley, lever, screw, wedge, inclined plane, wheel, and axle.
6 copies of The Amazing Silkworm. This book traces the life cycle of the silkworm moth.
6 copies of Zoo Vet. Shows how veterinarians care for animals at the zoo.
6 copies of Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone. Focuses on the early life of Bell and his most famous invention
6 copies of Climbing Mount Everest. Gives a first-person account of climbing the world's highest peak.
6 copies of Down the Nile. Follow the Nile River from its source in the heart of Africa to the Mediterranean.
6 copies of Gold. Examines why gold is a valuable resource and has long been a symbol of wealth and power
6 copies of Grand Canyon Adventure. Follows a guide as he journeys through the Grand Canyon and explains its history.
6 copies of Some Things Float. Examines objects that will and will not float.
6 copies of How We Learn About Space. Describes the tools scientists use to study space: telescopes, space stations, and probes
6 copies of The Great Pyramid. This book explains why and how ancient Egyptians built the Great Pyramid at Giza, long before modern machines and tools.
6 copies of The Olympics. Presents the history, traditions, symbols and games of the Winter and Summer Olympics.
6 copies of The Story of the Pony Express. Describes the funding, adventures and riders of this most famous mail-delivery service
6 copies of Who Was Ben Franklin? Describes the many accomplishments of this famous American
Monica learns about local government as someone she knows runs for mayor - her mom!
After learning about the solar system in school, a boy inspires his family to look at the stars.
Antonio and Dominica are the first people in their town to witness a new volcano growing in the cornfield.
Naomi's thinking skills lead her to find and solve a logistical problem - and make the high-wheeler race a success.
Students use clues and problem-solving skills to solve a mystery at school.
6 copies of This Is an Island. Introduces land features you might find on an island.
6 copies of Decoding Data. Catch a ride with scientists who use tables, graphs, and other math tools to make sense of facts they've gathered in faraway places. Learn how decoding the data helps these researchers make comparisons and draw conclusions.
6 copies of Discovering Radioactivity. Follow the life of Marie Curie when she and other scientists began to unravel the secrets of the atom. Learn how the story of radioactivity was one of determination, a little luck, and a lot of personal sacrifice.
6 copies of Looking at Cells. Explore the diversity of cells, from microscopic creatures to the specialized cells that make up our bodies. Follow scientists' progress in learning how cells work and in manipulating them technologically.
6 copies of Understanding the Brain. Explore how the brain controls everything we do. Find out how new research is uncovering secrets of how we learn. Get a preview of where technology is taking us.
6 copies of Uncovering Earth’s History. Follow the discovery of a perfectly preserved woolly mammoth, an Ice Age animal found by a family in Siberia. Learn how fossils tell us about climate, events, and life on Earth thousands of years ago.
6 copies of Introduction to Weather. Understanding how temperature, wind, air pressure, and precipitation interact to create our weather. Explore clues in the clouds and wind speeds. Learn why the weather changes and how forecasters predict change.
6 copies of Machines Make It Move. Simple machines make work easier. Discover how simple and compound machines lift things up, roll things along, turn things around, and even help your own body work. Learn how simple machines helped build the pyramids and change our world today.
6 copies of Endangered Species. How do our activities affect at-risk animal populations? Examine the issues through the perspectives of scientists and ranchers involved in the reintroduction of the gray wolf in Yellowstone National Park.
6 copies of Wonders of Water. Understand the world's finite supply of water as it circulates through the water cycle. See how increasing the usable supply has both risks and benefits. Learn how water works for us and how we can conserve it.
6 copies of Newton’s Laws. Find out the simple but amazing rules that govern motion in the universe. Meet the equally amazing scientist who discovered these rules and learn how we use those rules to improve our lives.
6 copies of What Can a Diver See? Reveals what a diver might see underwater.