Demonios de la profundidad (Demons of the Deep) (Spanish Version)
This fascinating, Spanish-translated nonfiction book will allow elementary readers to discover the dangerous and strange creatures of the deep ocean. Learn about strange marine animals, including gulper eels, yeti crabs, and deep-sea lizardfish.
Peligro en el desierto (Danger in the Desert) (Spanish Version)
In this adventurous, Spanish-translated nonfiction title, elementary readers discover poisonous plants and dangerous animals from deserts around the world, including sidewinder snakes, dingoes, desert locusts, and barrel cacti.
Terror en los trópicos (Terror in the Tropics) (Spanish Version)
In this fascinating, Spanish-translated nonfiction title, elementary readers are invited to discover terrifying plants and animals of the tropics. Readers will discover what makes poisonous plants so harmful and why dangerous jungle animals are so deadly.
Siglo XX: Carrera hacia la Luna (20th Century: Race to the Moon) (Spanish Version)
Discover the history of the space race in this riveting, Spanish-translated nonfiction title! Learn about the Kennedy Space Station, the Cold War, Sputnik, the first astronauts and cosmonauts to make it into space, and the first moon landing.
Siglo XXI: Misterios del espacio sideral (21st Century: Mysteries of Deep Space) (Spanish Version)
This Spanish-translated title gives readers a look into space exploration. Discover galaxies, comets, asteroids, constellations, the effect gravity has on the inner and outer planets, and what measures scientists are taking to learn more about space.
Siglo XXII: El futuro del espacio (22nd Century: Future of Space) (Spanish Version)
Travel to the 22nd century in this captivating, Spanish-translated nonfiction title that allows readers to discover the future of space. Readers will discover the technology that may be used to one day allow humans to live on another planet and more!
Chicas y chicos malos de alta mar (Bad Guys and Gals of the High Seas) (Spanish Version)
Elementary readers learn about famous pirates and pirate history in this Spanish-translated nonfiction title. Learn about famous pirates such as Captain Kidd, Blackbeard, Anne Bonny, Black Bart, Edward Low, Lady Mary Killigrew, and Mrs. Cheng.
Chicas y chicos malos del Lejano Oeste (Bad Guys and Gals of the Wild West) (Spanish Version)
Outlaws ran rampant all across the Wild West! This Spanish book introduces readers to some of the most famous robbers and outlaws of the Wild West in this enthralling nonfiction title, including Billy the Kid, Butch Cassidy, Jesse James, and more!
Chicas y chicos malos del mundo antiguo (Bad Guys and Gals of the Ancient World) (Spanish Version)
Introduce readers to some of the most well-known criminals and tyrants of the past with this fascinating, Spanish-translated nonfiction book! Readers will want to learn all they can about ancient history and the bad guys and gals from the past.
Un día de trabajo: Oficial de policía (All in a Day's Work: Police Officer) (Spanish Version)
This Spanish-translated nonfiction title gives children an in-depth look at what a career as a police officer is like. Readers will learn about various aspects of life as a police officer--from being accepted into the academy to keeping streets safe.
Un día de trabajo: Médico de emergencias (All in a Day's Work: ER Doctor) (Spanish Version)
Discover what it takes to be an Emergency Room doctor in this enlightening, Spanish-translated nonfiction title. Learn about the hard work and dedication it takes to have a career as an ER doctor and what a typical day is like in the emergency room.
Un día de trabajo: Animador (All in a Day's Work: Animator) (Spanish Version)
This Spanish nonfiction title allows readers to explore an exciting career as an animator. Readers will be introduced to the history of animation and the techniques and equipment animators use to turn their illustrations into animated shorts.
Hacer que el dinero crezca (Making Money Grow) (Spanish Version)
Making money takes hard work and determination. This Spanish nonfiction book encourages readers learn basic skills for earning and saving money through moneymaking projects, entrepreneurship, patents on their own creative ideas, and fund-raising.
¿Dónde va tu dinero? (Where Does Your Money Go?) (Spanish Version)
Discover the different ways that people spend, save, and budget their money. This Spanish title introduces readers to important personal financial aspects such as savings accounts, budget analysis, credit and debit cards, and taxes.
De la pobreza a la riqueza (From Rags to Riches) (Spanish Version)
In this inspiring, Spanish-translated nonfiction title, readers will learn the ways that people start from almost nothing to become millionaires and billionaires. Readers gain an understanding of entrepreneurships and how to invest money responsibly.
Eighth Grade Spanish Parent Guide for Your Child's Success 25-Book Set
Get parents and teachers working together to increase student achievement with these engaging Spanish Parent Guides! These helpful guides provide reinforcement for what the teacher is teaching in eighth grade.
Teach students how Americans elect a president! This Grade 5 nonfiction reader covers U.S. presidential campaigns and voting rights. Includes a fiction story related to the topic, a "Civics in Action" activity, and other key features.
Changing the Constitution
Explore how to amend the U.S. Constitution! This Grade 5 nonfiction reader explains the amendment process and summarizes each of the 27 amendments. Includes a fiction story related to the topic, a "Civics in Action" activity, and other helpful features.
Talking About Civics
Teach students how to have constructive conversations! This powerful Grade 5 nonfiction reader shows students how to talk productively about civics issues. Includes a fiction story related to the topic, a "Civics in Action" activity, and more features.
Leaders in Congress
Meet the leaders of the U.S. Congress! This Grade 5 nonfiction reader explains the roles and responsibilities of Congressional leaders. Includes a fiction story related to the topic, a "Civics in Action" activity, and other exciting features.
Sandra Day O'Connor: Paving the Way
Introduce students to the first female Supreme Court Justice! This engaging Grade 5 nonfiction reader describes the life of Sandra Day O'Connor. Includes a fiction story related to the topic, a "Civics in Action" activity, and other meaningful features.
U.S. Immigration Today
Explore immigration in the United States! This relevant Grade 5 nonfiction reader helps students understand the U.S. immigration process. Includes a fiction story related to the topic, a "Civics in Action" activity, and other meaningful features.
Making a Global Impact
Dive into the never-ending quest for human rights! This meaningful Grade 5 nonfiction reader explains the basic rights people have when they are born. Includes a fiction story related to the topic, a "Civics in Action" activity, and other useful features.
Brown v. Board of Education
Explore the landmark Supreme Court Case that ended legal segregation! This powerful Grade 5 nonfiction reader describes Brown v. Board of Education. Includes a fiction story related to the topic, a "Civics in Action" activity, and other features.