6 copies of Time by the Clock. Describes the ways of telling time before and after the invention of the clock.
6 copies of Animal Records. Looks at the largest, fastest, and strongest of animals.
6 copies of SuperCroc. Compares the size of this prehistoric crocodile to crocs of today.
6 copies of Exploring the Everglades. Shows data collected on different species viewed during a boating trip in this national park.
6 copies of The Night Sky. This book looks at the moon and the stars that you can see in the night sky.
6 copies of Seeds Grow into Plants. This book shows that different types of plants grow from different types of seeds.
6 copies of I Can Breathe Underwater. Shows how a snorkel makes it possible to breathe underwater.
6 copies of In My Bag. Follows a girl on her trip to the city and shows how her father anticipates her needs.
6 copies of People Live in the Desert. This book observes the adjustments people make so that they can live in this harsh environment.
6 copies of School Today and Long Ago. A girl compares her school with her great-great grandpa's school from long ago.
6 copies of An Elephant's Trunk. Simple text and ample visual support show various ways that an elephant uses its trunk.
6 copies of The Earth. Introduces the terminology of various landforms found on the earth.
6 copies of What’s on the Ships? Teaches that manufactured goods are both imported and exported.
6 copies of A Cat’s Whiskers. Examines a cat's unique features that help it survive.
6 copies of Going Fishing. Examines the gear required and the process for catching fish.
6 copies of People Work at the Supermarket. This book shows the different jobs people do in a supermarket.
6 copies of Shopping with Dad. Sam and his dad shop for presents and food for his mom’s birthday.
6 copies of Zoo Map. Teaches students how to read a map by finding their way around the zoo.
6 copies of Wind Power. This book is about the power of wind, how wind shapes trees, scatters seeds, and shapes sand dunes.
6 copies of Going Up the Mountain. Introduces habits and creatures at varying altitudes.
6 copies of The Baby Shark. Introduces basic body parts of a fish.
6 copies of Walking Up Walls. Introduces adaptations that allow some animals to climb vertical surfaces.
6 copies of Look at the Tree. Introduces parts of a tree.
6 copies of The Little Panda. Readers learn about life cycles, as a little panda grows from a tiny baby into an adult panda.
6 copies of Hot and Cold. Compares hot and cold foods.
6 copies of Toys. Shows toys made from various materials.
6 copies of Watch the Sky. Tracks changes in the sky as a storm approaches.
6 copies of Mud, Mud, Mud. Considers how and why different animals use mud.
6 copies of A Frog Has a Sticky Tongue. Animals have interesting features, such as sticky tongues or horns that help them find food and protect themselves. This book points out characteristics shared by seemingly very different animals.
6 copies of Sea and Land Animals. Compares sea and land animals.
6 copies of Machines Make Fun Rides. Discusses how amusement park rides work.
6 copies of Our New Puppy. A boy and his parents shop for a new puppy's needs.
6 copies of Mountains of Fire. This book looks at how volcanoes form and why they erupt.
6 copies of New Clothes. Follow a boy and his dad on their trip to buy new clothes.
6 copies of Hairy Harry. Walks students through the steps of growing a grass pet.
6 copies of Fossils. Looks at how fossils are formed and how scientists use them.
6 copies of Water Can Change. This book explains how water can change from a solid to liquid or gas.
6 copies of Magnets. Magnetism is the pulling or pushing force of a magnet.
6 copies of Soil. Considers how soil is made and how plants, animals and people depend on it
6 copies of Desert Rain. This book reveals how a dry bed becomes a lake during a desert storm. Learn about the adaptations that desert plants and animals have developed in order to survive their parched landscape.
6 copies of Making a Hat. Shows how to use household items to make a hat.
6 copies of What Lives in a Swamp? Features creatures commonly found in this habitat.
6 copies of Wood. Considers where wood comes from and items made from wood.
6 copies of A Firefighter Wears a Helmet. Looks at the similarities among different professions.
6 copies of You Can Make a Pom-pom. Shows how to make a pom-pom.
6 copies of Come to My Party. Demonstrates various means of communication.
6 copies of Now and Then. The way people do everyday tasks changes over time. Compare life in the past with life in the present.
6 copies of Up, Down, and All Around. Objects can be in different positions. Specific words describe the position of objects.
6 copies of Wheels. Examines wheels of all sizes and considers how they are used.
6 copies of Where Are They Going? Looks at various methods of transportation.
6 copies of Looking for a New House. Looks at what people consider when searching for a new place.
6 copies of Animal Armor. Identifies protective coverings of animals, including shells and spines.
6 copies of Race to the Pole. This book tells the story of the race between Amundsen and Scott to reach the South Pole first.
6 copies of How Does My Bike Work? Explains how the various parts of a bicycle work together to make it move.
6 copies of "We’re Going Camping". Examines the items you need to take with you on a camping trip
6 copies of Mighty Machines. Shows how large machines are used to build a skyscraper.
6 copies of Spiders Spin Silk. Looks at the various ways that spiders use and depend on the silk they spin
6 copies of Using Rocks. Introduces different types of rocks and how they are used.
6 copies of Corn. Shows how corn is grown and considers its many uses.
6 copies of More Places to Visit. This book introduces more famous landmarks in the United States.
6 copies of Places to Visit. This book introduces famous physical landmarks in the United States.
6 copies of The Key to Maps. This book teaches the concept and importance of a map key.
6 copies of Sound. Looks at how sound travels, vibrates and changes in pitch.
6 copies of Traveling Across Australia. Follows a guided tour across the different geographic areas of Australia
6 copies of Up the Amazon. Follows a trip starting at the mouth of the Amazon River, through the rain forest and out the other side
6 copies of Chocolate. Explains where chocolate comes from and how it is made.
6 copies of My Balloon Ride. Gives a first-person account of the science behind a hot-air balloon ride from takeoff to landing
6 copies of Storms. Explains why, how and where thunderstorms, tornadoes and hurricanes occur and how to stay safe during them
6 copies of Sand. Take a close look at what sand is made of and how it moves from place to place
6 copies of The Sun. Discover more about the sun and its importance in supporting life on Earth.
6 copies of Volcanoes. This book shows where and how volcanoes form and what happens when they erupt.
6 copies of Animal Hiding Places. Reveals the year round, seasonal and special purpose hideaways of various animals
6 copies of Divers of the Deep Sea. Looks at inventions that allow divers to explore deep below the surface of the ocean
6 copies of Bicycles. This book shows how the bicycle has changed in design and purpose over the years.
An ancient Maya boy becomes a village hero, and a modern brother and sister protect their ancestors' treasures from intruders.
The Everyday Kids Then and Now series introduces students to ancient and modern cultures. Each book offers two adventure stories. Both are set in the same place but occ... more
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
6 copies of Cool in the Summer. Shows different ways to beat the heat in summer.
A Quaker family offers their home as a station on the Underground Railroad. When they host a family of runaway slaves, the community struggles with the decision about whether to protect them or turn them in.
Students will learn about important events that shaped American history through ... more
A girl visits a botanical garden where she watches a butterfly flit from branch to a leaf to a flower...to her arm.
A day in the life of a boy and his puppy: They walk to the park, run, climb, and jump, go home to eat, listen to a story and fall asleep.
On a field trip to the zoo, children look at lions, seals, kangaroos, snakes, and monkeys - then realize that the monkeys are looking at them!
Tina loads her truck with produce and drives to the farmer's market every day. In this beginning reader, students will read how food travels from the farm to the market.
Rex the dog runs outside, jumps in a puddle, rolls in the mud - and shakes water all over the girl waiting for him with a towel.
Kids help Mom paint flowerpots using primary colors to create a variety of other colors.
Groups of thirsty animals approach the water but wait until the lions leave before drinking!
A young girl gets her big brother to help her rescue her kitten up a tree.
Tess and her librarian dad spend a day at the library, where Tess and her father both help people in parallel ways.
6 copies of Eggs. Simple text and full-page photographs show different types of animals hatching from eggs—from birds to reptiles.
Mr. Jay is having a very bad day! His faucet breaks, and his car won't start, so he calls a plumber and a mechanic for help.
Sharon has a homework assignment: to find and record shapes at home. And find them she does!
In this poem about the senses, a girl describes what she feels, smells, hears, and sees at the beach.
All five senses are highlighted in this story as Jake cares for a surprise from his mother - a new pet kitten.
6 Copies of Camping is Fun. Despite daily mishaps, the characters in this humorous story have fun on a family camping trip.
A boy plays his trumpet with a mariachi band on a festival day. Learn about the part music plays in his culture.
A zany zookeeper gives rhyming clues that keep children guessing the identities of mystery zoo animals.
Jenna laughs at her mother's silly suggestions for a pet, and then chooses a suitable animal - a fish.
A sister uses her telescope to introduce her younger brother to the wonders of the night sky. They see stars, planets, the moon, and a meteor.
A boy's ambition and his sister inspire him to exercise in new ways.
6 copies of Animals at Night. Looks at a variety of nocturnal animals and their activities.
6 copies of Dogs at Work. looks at different types of jobs that dogs perform for people.
6 copies of Marks in the Sand. Many animals leave marks in the wet sand with their bodies, flippers, and tails.
6 copies of Plants and Animals Live Here. Visits various habitats including mountains, plains, forests, deserts, and wetlands.
6 copies of On the Moon. Learn more about the moon and what it is like there. Simple text and large photographs of moon landings and exploratory missions show the moon’s landscape.
6 copies of Push or Pull? Looks at how some things move because they are pushed or pulled.
6 copies of The Park. Simple maps show the places and activities a family can enjoy at the park.
6 copies of The Rain Forest. Explores the four levels of a rain forest and the animals that inhabit them.
6 copies of From Field to Florist. Explains how florists get the flowers they sell.
6 copies of A Good Place to Live. The town is a good place to live because of the helpful people who live there. This book examines their many useful jobs.
6 copies of Strange Plants. This book describes meat-eating, poisonous, stinging, and helpful plants.
6 copies of Make a Monster. Shows how textures differ with common household items.
6 copies of A Bear Eats Fish. This book helps children identify foods that animals and people eat.
6 copies of Baking Bread. How you use your five senses when baking bread.
6 copies of Little Monkeys. Teaches verbs as it explores the life of a monkey.
A bird drops a seed on Lenny's balcony. He plants it, watches it grow, and guesses what has grown from his "mystery" seed.
It is 1914, and George, Alice, and Mother try to convince a rather reluctant Father that the time has come to buy a Model T motor car.
In this play, Hannah and her mom and dad are helping Grandpa clean out his basement when Hannah discovers a treasure map her dad made.
While on a hike in a temperate rain forest, Jess hears a thud and then a rustling sound. Has an animal fallen to the ground?
Josh and his twin sister Alexis know that sea turtle hatchlings have only one chance to get from their nests on the beach to the sea.
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.
Students rescue tadpoles from a dried-up pond, then observe them as the tadpoles grow and change.
Gina learns about animal adaptations by observing her mischievous new puppy.
6 copies of Fast and Faster. Compares the speeds of different forms of transportation.
Mr. and Mrs. Fix-It are trying to start their own repair business but keep getting interrupted by neighbors' requests for help.
Kayla and her family have an unexpected adventure as they explore rock formations in a national park.
Lucy goes on an exciting ocean expedition and finds a way to share the experience with her younger brother.
6 copies of Isabel’s Story: From Guatemala to Georgia
The Wildlife Rescue team helps a small town deal with a black bear problem.
Wildlife Rescue is a company that helps wild animals. They take care of animals that are sick, injured, or in danger. Each rescue becomes an adventure. It takes our group of heroes all over the country to help endangered anima... more
A wandering American crocodile is caught and taken back to its home.
Wildlife Rescue is a company that helps wild animals. They take care of animals that are sick, injured, or in danger. Each rescue becomes an adventure. It takes our group of heroes all over the country to help endangered animals. Stud... more
A lost California condor chick is found and returned to its nest.
Wildlife Rescue is a company that helps wild animals. They take care of animals that are sick, injured, or in danger. Each rescue becomes an adventure. It takes our group of heroes all over the country to help endangered animals. Students l... more
6 copies of On the Rocks. Look at different animals that spend time on the rocks.
6 copies of Ice. Ice can split rock apart and shape valleys and mountains. Changes to glaciers caused by warming temperatures can be harmful to people's lives.
6 copies of Caring for Earth. Shows things that children can do to help care for the earth.
6 copies of Machines That Fly. Shows different types of aircraft and how they fly.
6 copies of Houses. This book shows how houses are built differently in different environments.
6 copies of Balls. Looks at different kinds of balls and related activities.
6 copies of Thomas Edison. This book looks at how Thomas Edison's inventions affect our lives today.
6 copies of Amazing Ants. Examines how ants work together to make a successful colony.
6 copies of Strange Animals. Describes unusual things animals do to keep safe
6 copies of Shaggy. Follow Shaggy to the pet groomer to get a haircut.
6 copies of Sharks. Reveals why this animal is the perfect predator.
6 copies of Caves. Looks at how caves are formed and different kinds of caves.
6 copies of Forest Fires. Shows how firefighters put out forest fires and discusses the importance of fire safety.
6 copies of Water. Shows how water can be liquid, a solid, or gas, giving examples of each stage.
6 copies of Heat Changes Things. Explores the effects of heat on different objects.
6 copies of The Lake. Looks at how a lake and lake-related activities change during the course of a year
6 copies of Having Fun. Compares the things that kids used to do for fun with the things that kids do for fun today.
6 copies of Where Do the Puddles Go? Introduces the water cycle by looking at what happens to puddles.
6 copies of Astronauts in Space. Shows how astronauts live in the space station
6 copies of Frogs. Examines the life cycle of a frog and how it transforms from a tadpole to a frog
6 copies of New and Old. This book compares contemporary and old forms of transportation -- cars, trains, airplanes, ships, and buses.
6 copies of What Makes a Tiger Hard to See? Considers how animals use camouflage to stay safe
6 copies of That Looks Different! Shows how everyday items look different under an electron microscope.
6 copies of Greece. Attend the first Olympics, learn how a democracy works, and visit ancient temple ruins. See how much of ancient Greek culture is with us today.
6 copies of The Great Migration. From 1915 to 1930, hundreds of African Americans migrated from the South. This is the story of why they left, how they adapted to city life, and how they changed American society.
6 copies of Rome. Watch the gladiators fight wild animals, go inside Roman homes, and see why all roads lead to Rome. Find out how today's laws, buildings, and languages are based on those of ancient Rome.
6 copies of The World Solar Challenge. Each year, racers compete in an amazing race across Australia. What makes the race so amazing? The cars are all powered by the sun.
6 copies of The Wright Brothers. Traces the Wright brother's quest to fly and documents their historic flight
6 copies of Skateboards. Looks at the history of this extreme sport and shows how to do basic tricks.
6 copies of Frog Report. Examines three case studies that look at why frogs around the world are disappearing
6 copies of Dinosaur Detectives. Explains how scientists use fossil clues to help them find out what life was like millions of years ago.
6 copies of Fruit Pops. Examines how fruit juice changes when it is put in the freezer.
6 copies of Making Special Effects. Highlights the tricks filmmakers use to make movies look and sound real
6 copies of Accidental Inventions. Tells the stories of several everyday items that were invented by chance.
6 copies of Crittercam. Shows how scientists attach video cameras to animals to experience their world.
6 copies of Henry Ford and the Car. Henry Ford didn’t invent the car, but he pioneered the mass production system that made cars affordable for many people.
6 copies of Mexico. Visit the Yucatan, home of the ancient Maya. See their pyramids, try to read their alphabet and find out how they knew about the planets. See how Mayan life in Mexico today is a blend of the old and the new.
6 copies of Blue or Gray? A Family Divided. Meet the Shaws and Abbotts, cousins from Tennessee and Ohio. See how the Civil war tore this family apart and divided a nation.
6 copies of Communities Across America Today. Join the Gonzalez family reunion and share their stories of everyday life in three different communities, an avocado farm in California, a university town in Kansas, and a big city in Texas.
6 copies of China. Walk along the Great Wall, see the army of terra-cotta soldiers, and learn about the great inventions of ancient China. Compare everyday life in China today with the communal life of the past.
6 copies of Plant Power. Dig into the green world that grows silently around us. Explore how plants make their own food, protect themselves, reproduce, provide much of the earth's oxygen, and even combat pollution.
6 copies of Amazing Animals. Learn how animals are grouped, how adaptations help them survive, and how technology helps us protect animal populations.
6 copies of Polar Bears. Considers how a polar bear is uniquely suited to live in the Arctic.
6 copies of Protecting the Planet. Air, water, land - all are essential for life on this planet. Learn how to protect these resources and what it means to be a steward of the planet. Explore the interdependence of life on Earth.
6 copies of Exploring Space. Take a voyage of discovery from the ancient Greeks to Galileo to astronauts today. Find out how technology, skill, and imagination help us explore our solar system.
6 copies of Immigrants Today. From the 1960s to the 1990s, immigrants come to America from Asia, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean Islands, and Africa. Read why they came, how they tried to preserve their history and culture, and about their contributions to American life.
6 copies of Journeying into Rain Forests. Trek through the dense rain forests with scientists who gather information about these amazing ecosystems. From central Africa to Borneo to Bolivia, you will learn about plants and animals that live in these jungles.
6 copies of Robert Ballard: Discovering Underwater Treasures. Underwater explorer Robert Ballard discovered the shipwrecked Titanic in 1985, but he didn't stop there. Ballard is still searching the seas. He uses high-tech tools to locate and investigate the sunken remains of anc... more
6 copies of Jane Goodall: Protecting Primates. Follow wildlife conservationist Jane Goodall as she observes chimp families and provides insights into chimp behavior. Find out how she became interested in chimps at an early age. Accompany her as she inspires others to get involved in conservati... more
6 copies of The Magic of Light and Sound. Explores the roles that light and sound waves play in our everyday lives and how bats and fireflies use light and sound. Learn how these energy waves play a role in everything from modern medicine to music.
6 copies of Durban, South Africa. Travel to South Africa and experience the diversity and rich culture of the port city of Durban. Visit the marketplaces and the beautiful beaches and spend a day in the country with your Zulu guide.
6 copies of Science at the Zoo. Learn about animal habitats, feeding programs, zoo babies, and more as you see science in action at the zoo.
6 copies of The Anti-Slavery Movement. Learn about the long and bitter anti-slavery movement that lead to the Civil War. From the Underground Railroad to the fierce debates in Congress, discover how the history of this time was shaped by people such as Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, and... more
6 copies of Birds. Discusses the characteristics shared by all birds.
6 copies of Science Around the House. From the remote control to the fizz in your soda, science is a big part of the place where you live. Wander and wonder through a house full of science discoveries.
6 copies of Science at the Sandy Shore. There's more than sand and water at the beach. Take a closer look and learn about everything from sand dunes to seagulls as you explore this fun and important habitat.
6 copies of Science at the Park. Pack your lunch and head to the park. You're in for an amazing science lesson as you picnic with ants, unearth an earthworm, and spy on spiders.
6 copies of The Civil Rights Movement. Trace the fight for equality as it was fought in court, at lunch counters, and on the streets of America. Meet Thurgood Marshall, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Malcolm X as they lead the civil rights movement.
6 copies of The Science of You. You are the subject of this fascinating exploration of the human body. From hiccups to haircuts, you'll marvel at the science in your own body.
6 copies of Learning about Ocean Animals. Get a glimpse into the daily lives of ocean animals with Greg Marshall and his crittercam, a special camera that attaches to animals. Learn how technology has helped scientists learn about the behavior of many kinds of ocean animals.
6 copies of Surviving Volcanoes and Glaciers. Learning about extreme environments poses special challenges for the scientists who study them. Go on assignment with scientists who explore volcanoes and glaciers.
6 copies of Egypt. Find out why ancient Egyptian civilization continues to fascinate people today. Explore the ancient tombs, see the mummies, and experience life along the Nile.
6 copies of Peering into Darkness. Have you ever wondered what secrets can be uncovered in the darkness? Accompany scientists as they travel to the ocean floor, visit an underground cave, and peer into the world of nocturnal animals.
6 copies of Peru. Travel high into the Andes to learn about the amazing achievements of the Inca. See how their descendants, the Quechua, are preserving Incan culture in modern-day Peru.
6 copies of Grandpa’s Garden Shed. Introduces garden tools and how they are used.
6 copies of The Viking World. Visit Scandinavia long ago to learn about family life, work, religion, and government during the Viking age.
6 copies of Travels to Distant Lands 1000-1400. Sail to America with Leif Eriksson, journey to China with Marco Polo, and join Ibn Battuta on his long pilgrimage through the Muslim world.
6 copies of Voyages to the Indies 1400-1520s. Join Bartolomeu Dias, Vasco de Gama, and Ferdinand Magellan on their search for a new trade route to the Indies. Find out how Prince Henry of Portugal ushered in an age of exploration.
6 copies of African Journeys 1850-1900. Learn about the geography and peoples of Africa. Follow Richard Burton and John Speke in their search for the source of the Nile, Henry Stanley on a mission to rescue David Livingstone, and Mary Kingsley into the heart of Africa.
6 copies of Missions and Ranchos. Visit the Delgado Ranch in Monterey and share the family's stories about Spanish missions and life in the Alta California in the 1830s.
6 copies of Cowboys and Cattle Drives. Experience the excitement and dangers of cowboy life as you join Josh McNabb and Davy Bartlett on a cattle drive along the Western Trail.
6 copies of The Emancipation Proclamation. Meet Abraham Lincoln and gain insight into his changing views on slavery. Learn why he issued the Emancipation Proclamation and what it means today.
6 copies of More Science of You. In this sequel to The Science of You, you will explore more mysteries of the human body, from a yawn to an itch to a sneeze. Understand the functions of bones and primary teeth, how fingernails grow, and other characteristics of that organism known as you.
6 copies of Science at the Grocery. Discover the science behind freshness and freezing and learn the importance of labeling and classifying. From automatic doors to scanners, take a good look at the science and technology at the grocery store.
6 copies of Science at the Airport. Examine the technology that gets us into the air and keeps us safe, from the shape of an airplane wing to x-rays and radar.
6 copies of Big, Bigger, Biggest. Compares balloons of various sizes.
6 copies of Science at the Mall. Discuss different types of energy that make it interesting and accessible, from the light that helps you see yourself in the mirror to how radio signals are used in a mall's security system.
6 copies of Science at the Aquarium. From seahorses to jellyfish, learn about the diverse species at an aquarium. See how aquariums use technology to protect species today and for the future.
6 copies of Rocks and Minerals. Discover the secrets of rocks by taking a field trip along a stream and into a deep quarry. Be dazzled by Earth's mineral treasures and discover new uses for old rocks.
6 copies of Earth, Sun, Moon. Discover the mysteries of Stonehenge. Explore the motion of Earth and the moon in relation to the sun. Trek back to ancient times for a look at the technology of early sky-watchers.
6 copies of Stars and Galaxies. Learn about the properties of stars and explore their dramatic life cycles. Discover how stars cluster into galaxies and how galaxies move apart as the universe expands. See how increasingly powerful tools allow us to explore farther into space.
6 copies of Animal Adaptations. Looks at animal adaptations and how these changes to the way different species look and act help them to survive in their environments.
6 copies of Ecosystems. Explore the prairie ecosystem, its populations, habitats, food chains, and food webs. Learn the relationships between the living and the nonliving parts of an ecosystem and how ecosystems stay in balance.
6 copies of Life Cycles. Follow butterflies, frogs, and other animals through their life cycles. Find out how scientists use technology to study these changes and how they distinguish between instinctive and learned behavior.
6 copies of The Mystery of Magnets. Explore the invisible force of magnetism. Observe how magnets push (repel) and pull (attract). Discover the connection between magnetism and electricity. See how magnets are used in everyday life.
6 copies of Sizing Up Shapes. Circles, squares, triangles-simple shapes are the building blocks of complex patterns and structures. Math is the key that scientists use to understand shapes, how they work together, and how they can be put to work.
6 copies of What Grows Here? Shows the plants that grow in different environments.