6 copies of The Olympics. Presents the history, traditions, symbols and games of the Winter and Summer Olympics.
6 copies of The Jackie Robinson Story. Profiles Robinson and the role he played in ending segregation in baseball.
6 copies of Symbols of Freedom. This text describes American symbols: the flag, the national anthem, the bald eagle, the Capitol, and the Statue of Liberty.
6 copies of Famous Places. Looks at the number of people who visit famous places around the world.
6 copies of Alaska. Examines Alaska's daylight and varying temperatures and their effect on everyday life.
6 copies of Earth Day. Discover why we celebrate Earth Day and learn more about people who protect the Earth.
6 copies of Appalachian Trail. Highlights numbers related to this famous trail and the people who use it.
6 copies of From Tree to Me. Explains how we get the wood that we use to build things.
6 copies of Rice. Describes the farming, harvesting and marketing of rice throughout the world.
6 copies of See the U.S.A. Highlights the geographic features of the five U.S. regions
6 copies of Light. Demonstrates how light travels, bends and reflects
Three folktales from different cultures explain how the sun, the moon, and the stars came to be in the sky.
During a visit to the 1893 World's Fair, a boy is inspired by a new invention - the Ferris wheel.
Hotep gives a princess in disguise a necklace from his father's workshop and eventually ends up in the pharoah's palace.
Yuan goes to work in the Emperor's palace, but she misses her family. Yuan's friend helps her by creating a new festival, so she can leave the palace one night.
When Randall falls from a horse, he needs medical attention. In the rural Australian outback, the Royal Flying Doctor Service rescues him and flies him to the hospital.
A family faces and overcomes challenges as they rock climb, rappel, and explore caves.
A family plays a game, using geography clues and curiosity to figure out where their aunt has gone on a trip.
6 copies of Classification Clues. Learn about the scientific classification system of plants and animals and why scientists use it. Understand how plants and animals are grouped into a logical order.
6 copies of The Oceans Around Us. Follow a sea turtle's adventures and learn about the features of the oceans and the ocean floor. Meet human divers and deep-sea creatures along the way.
6 copies of Weather and Climate. Explore the ways that weather and climate shape our lives. Learn how forecasters use tools and techniques to predict weather. Examine the roles the clouds and water cycle play.
6 copies of Using Your Five Senses. Tells how we use our senses to gather and process information.
6 copies of Volcanoes and Earthquakes. Learn what happens when the Earth rocks and rolls, the theory of plate tectonics, and how technology helps us predict and prepare for the future.
6 copies of Matter, Matter Everywhere. Learn about states of matter, how matter is measured, and how atoms are arranged. See how changes in matter have helped us create everything from artificial hearts to bulletproof vests.
6 copies of Introduction to Energy. Energy is involved in every move we make and every breath we take. What exactly is energy? Learn energy basics while exploring its different forms.
6 copies of Using Force and Motion. Enter the world of motion by taking a look at the forces that move objects on or around Earth. Explore how Newton's laws of motion, gravity, and friction affect dirt bikers, high speed trains, and even space shuttles.
6 copies of Paul Sereno: Digging for Dinosaurs. Travel with paleontologist Paul Sereno as he unearths new dinosaur species. Find out how he gets dinosaur bones out of the desert and into the lab. See how Sereno brings art and science together to give us a new look at dinosaurs and how they li... more
6 copies of Tracking Animal Migrators. How do butterflies find their way as they migrate thousands of miles each year? See how scientists track and learn more about birds, whales, and butterflies that migrate.
6 copies of Johan Reinhard: Discovering Ancient Civilizations. Travel to the Andes with cultural anthropologist Johan Reihard as he unearths Incan mummies and artifacts. Learn about this ancient civilization, the challenges of high altitude archaeology, and how modern technolog... more
6 copies of The Spirit of a New Nation. Experience life in the new capital with Hannah Cooper, who works for Abigail Adams. See how America formed itself into a new nation and the part the Adams family played in the nation's early history.
6 copies of Colonial Life. Travel with young Benjamin Wilcox as he journeys through colonial America, meets Benjamin Franklin, and witnesses firsthand the seeds of rebellion.
6 copies of Our Journey West. Travel with the Marshall family along the Oregon Trail as they set out for a better life in the Oregon Territory. See how they struggled to survive the dangers of the long journey.
6 copies of Kitchen Science. Walks students through the scientific process using examples from the kitchen.
6 copies of Japan. Visit a Shinto shrine, celebrate the Cherry Blossom Festival, and see a Kabuki play. Discover how many ancient Japanese traditions are still practiced today.
6 copies of India. Compare life in the Gupta Empire, India's golden age, with daily life in India today. Learn how much India has contributed to world culture.
6 copies of Our New Life in America. Meet the Marks family. Read how they escaped their harsh life in Russia, came to America, settled in New York City, and worked to live the American dream.
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.
Two children make an amazing find in a California tar pit.
The Chronicles series of science-based adventure books introduces high-interest, scientific information within the context of an engaging story. Students are drawn into action-packed, fictional tales by National Geographic writers and photog... more
Archaeologists search for a pre-Inca mummy in Peru.
The Chronicles series of science-based adventure books introduces high-interest, scientific information within the context of an engaging story. Students are drawn into action-packed, fictional tales by National Geographic writers and photographers. In ... more
A boy survives the San Francisco earthquake in 1906. He bravely combats fire and falling buildings to help rescue his friends.
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 disaste... more
In 1774, a colonial family decides whether it should support the Patriot cause or the Loyalist cause. These opposing views threaten to tear the family apart.
Students will learn about important events that shaped American history through the Stand Up and Speak Out series of historical fi... more
A girl rushes to rescue her brothers as Mount St. Helens erupts. Will she and her family survive this devastating natural disaster?
Your students will learn about science as they read the Eyewitness series of realistic adventure stories. Each story takes place during a famous American natura... more
Sixth graders help to find alternative energy solutions to the town's energy crisis.
In the Planet Protectors series, students are introduced to some of the key environmental issues affecting the United States today. Each book explores a particular environmental problem. These fictional accounts deve... more
6 copies of Protecting Sea Turtles. Uses data and graphs to show the positive effects of conservation efforts.
6 copies of Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is a huge coral reef. It is home to many plants and animals, forming a complex ecosystem.
6 copies of Lighter on the Moon. Learn more about gravity, the force that keeps your feet on the ground. Gravity is very different on the Moon.
6 copies of The Golden Gate Bridge. Looks at the math and the physical science used in building this famous bridge.
6 copies of Time Lines: 1900-2000. This book teaches how to read time lines by showing inventions that have changed daily life.
6 copies of Welcome to Japan. Examines the landscape and culture of this Asian nation