Category: Health & Physical Education | Reading Level: Children's - Grade 2-3, Age 7-8
We all experience emotions and emotions are absolutely fine as long as we know what to do with them. Feelings arrive effortlessly enough but deciding what to do with them when they turn isn't so easy - especially when you are a child. Cue: this book! It provides children with several straightforward, en ...Show more
Even little kids get diabetes. When she was two years old, the girl in this book got really sick and skinny and had to go to the hospital. That’s when she found out she had diabetes. Now she knows all about getting insulin shots every day, and testing to see if she has too much sugar or too much i ...Show more
Regina and her mom are busy preparing for her birthday party. It’s going to be a princess party with the perfect cake that looks like a castle and has ice cream cone towers. Regina is inviting all the girls in her class, including her best friend, Paula. Paula is excited, too, until she finds out ...Show more
Children often feel afraid. This book, with its comforting words and illustrations, will help children address those fears and learn some new ways to cope with being afraid. This is a media enhanced book. Use the unique code printed on page 2 to unlock media content for an extra dimension. Hear the boo ...Show more
Sean likes to pretend he’s a lion, roaring in the jungle. But this lion starts to cough, his chest hurts, and it’s hard to breathe. This lion has asthma. So Sean’s mother gives him his medicine to help him breath. Now Sean imagines he’s a jet pilot. This is a media enhanced book ...Show more
Curious to find out what your brain feels like to touch? Did you know that every minute, three soda cans worth of blood flow to the brain? Ever wondered how quickly your brain processes information? Check out all of the mind-bending, wacky, and sensational facts about the Human Mind.
Ever wondered how many bones are in your hands and feet? Did you know that a person uses 34 facial muscles just to kiss? Curious to find out how fast a sneeze can travel? Check out all of the mind-bending, wacky, and crazy facts about the human body!
Did you know soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo's legs are insured for about $148 million? Or that Seattle Seahawks fans have cheered so loudly that they've actually caused an earthquake? Fun facts like these await in this page-turning, wow-inspiring, mind-blowing look at sports trivia! You'll learn who made ...Show more
What does online safety mean? How does online safety apply to social media, cyber bullying, and online gaming? What is your digital footprint? Includes the Golden Rules of online safety and a case study in cyber bullying.
Although Australia has a small population when compared with many other countries that have competed at the Olympic Games, our athletes have performed remarkably well, consistently winning medals for their country. Find out about the first Olympic Games in which Australia had a competitor and what the r ...Show more
Category: Biological Science | Reading Level: Grade 06
Grow your own fruits and vegetables from nothing but kitchen scraps! Rather than throwing away leftover seeds and cuttings from food in your kitchen, use them to grow more. Learn how to turn a single sweet potato into a pot full of them. Grow a salad from the end bit of lettuce and a lemon tree from a s ...Show more
It's one of the most famous sports images of all time. Former heavyweight boxing champion Sonny Liston is sprawled on his back in the boxing rim. Muhammad Ali stands over Liston, holding his right hand as if ready to throw another punch. The reigning world champion had just thrown a short, right-handed ...Show more