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I Love Our Animals

by Carol Greene

Author Carol Greene explores why animals are important in I LOVE OUR ANIMALS. Find out how animals help the earth, how sometimes people hurt them, and how we can protect animals and keep them healthy.


Score with Football Math

by Stuart A. P. Murray

SCORE WITH FOOTBALL MATH explores the variety of math skills that are needed to understand football better. Find out how geometry, statistics, and other math skills are part of the game. Author Stuart A.P. Murray...


Michael Jordan: Hall of Fame Basketball Superstar

by Nathan Aaseng

There was nothing Michael Jordan could not do on the basketball court. He could soar through the lane and dunk over opponents, he could shoot from the outside with great accuracy, and he was one of the best...


Deion Sanders: Hall of Fame Football Superstar

by Glen Macnow

Deion Sanders was known as "Prime Time" because he always played his best when the most people were watching. The only man to play in both the Super Bowl and the World Series, Sanders was a two-sport star. Author...


The Legend of the Alamo: Stories in American History

by Roy Sorrels

The battle for the Alamo has become one of the most famous conflicts in American history. In 1836, General Santa Ana led troops in a battle to defend the Alamo-a Spanish-built mission in San Antonio. This battle...


I Love Our Water

by Carol Greene

Do you know that all plants and animals need water? In I LOVE OUR WATER, learn why water is so important to everyone, and what it is used for. Also, discover ways to save water every day!


Light, Sound, and Waves Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Robert Gardner

How are sounds produced? Does light travel in a specific path? Are all shadows black? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, you can learn the answers to these questions and more. If you are...


The Secret of the Manhattan Project: Stories in American History

by Doreen Gonzales

Thousands of American soldiers were dying and millions more combattants and civilians were perishing during World War II. Some of the world's greatest scientists escaped their own war-torn countries and fled...


Score with Baseball Math

by Stuart A. P. Murray

How do you figure out a player's batting average? Which stadium has the biggest outfield? SCORE WITH BASEBALL MATH uses a variety of techniques to solve a variety of baseball-related math questions. Also learn...


Score with Basketball Math

by Stuart A. P. Murray

Author Stuart Murray uses a variety of math techniques in this additon to the SCORE WITH SPORTS MATH series. Learn fun basketball facts and the sports history while brushing up on your math skills.


Danger in Space: Surviving the APOLLO 13 Disaster

by Henry M. Holden

Soaring through space at 25,000 per hour, APOLLO 13 was on course for the Moon. Suddenly, the three astronauts aboard the spacecraft heard a loud bang. A strong vibration rumbled through the crew cabin. There...


The Amazing Underground Railroad: Stories in American History

by Kem Knapp Sawyer

Thousands of courageous African Americans escaped from slavery in the South along what became known as "The Underground Railroad." The railroad provided a secret way to transport slaves to freedom in the Northern...


The Incredible Transcontinental Railroad: Stories in American History

by R. Conrad Stein

In the Civil War, the Union's victory over the Confederacy was largely due in part to the superior Northern railroads, which kept the military stocked with supplies. As a result, the United States realized the...


Out of This World Jokes About the Solar System: Laugh and Learn About Science

by Melissa Stewart & Gerald Kelley

Author Melissa Stewart explores the solar system in OUT OF THIS WORLD JOKES ABOUT THE SOLAR SYSTEM. Read fascinating science facts about the solar system, including some about planets, sun, and asteroids. Finally,...


Cal Ripken, Jr.: Hall of Fame Baseball Superstar

by Glen Macnow

Owning the record for consecutive games played, Cal Ripken, Jr., is known as baseball's Iron Man. Find out what other accomplishments landed him in the Baseball Hall of Fame.


Troy Aikman: Hall of Fame Football Superstar

by Glen Macnow

Troy Aikman was known as the "Quarterback of the '90s'." During that decade, the rifle-armed passer led the Dallas Cowboys to three Super Bowl titles. Read about how Aikman became the No. 1 pick in the 1989...


Can You Find These Rocks?

by Carmen Bredeson & Lindsey Cousins

Rocks can be fun! This nature guide is perfect for the new reader! Learn how to identify many common rocks by reading about their traits and seeing photos of them. Readers will be excited to start naming the...


Forces and Motion Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Robert Gardner, Tom LaBaff & Stephanie LaBaff

How can you tell if a moving object is accelerating? Why are pulleys used to lift objects? Can you observe weightlessness in everyday situations? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, you can...


I Love Our Forests

by Carol Greene

Do you know that forests clean our air so we can breathe? The trees are very important to both people and animals. I LOVE OUR FORESTS explores what can happen to forests if we are not careful, and give ideas...


Eye on the Universe: The Incredible Hubble Space Telescope

by Michael D. Cole

Would you like to see a colossal storm on the planet Saturn? Or would you rather see the black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy? Is it possible to see a planet in another galaxy 13 billion light years...