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History of Video Games
From consoles and arcades to the future of online and mobile platforms, the History of Video Games explores the exciting world of gaming.
History of Comic Books
Featuring comic book celebrities from Superman to Batman and the heroes and villains of the Marvel universe, the History of Comic Books examines the lasting popularity of comics.
History of Monster Movies
Vampires, werewolves, and monsters! Oh my! The History of Monster Movies takes a thrilling look at some of the imaginary creatures that have scared audiences throughout the years, as well as some scary real-life critters found in nature.
Young Adult Literature: Magical Worlds
Take a look at some of the fantastical elements found in the magical realms of YA Fiction with Young Adult Literature: Magical Worlds. Students will be whisked away to wondrous worlds and learn more about themes and conventions used in fantasy fiction.
Young Adult Literature: The Worlds Inside Us
Realistic fiction novels are a great place to find characters who are a lot like you. Explore some of the internal struggles that characters face in YA literature with this engaging text that analyzes themes and literary elements found in YA fiction.
Young Adult Literature: Dystopian Worlds
This nonfiction book examines the literary themes and elements found in YA dystopian novels like The Selection, Maze Runner, The Giver, The Hunger Games, Matched, Delirium, Divergent, and The 5th Wave.
You Are There! Ancient Greece 432 BC
Discover how life was like in an ancient City-State with You Are There! Ancient Greece 432 BC. Take a tour of the Parthenon and other important aspects of Greek culture, including architecture, art, politics, mythology, and more!
You Are There! Ancient China 305 BC
Examine the lives of commoners and kings from the "Middle Kingdom" with You Are There! Ancient China 305 BC. Take a tour of the important aspects of Ancient Chinese culture, such as Confucius' sayings, calligraphy, and so much more!
You Are There! Ancient Egypt 1336 BC
Live like an Egyptian with You Are There! Ancient Egypt 1336 BC! Students will examine important aspects of Ancient Egyptian culture, such as hieroglyphics, religion, vocations, politics, and style!
Struggle for Survival: Water
In a doomsday scenario with resources disappearing, will you have what it takes to find water in order to survive? This text examines some of the biological effects when someone deprived of water, methods to stay hydrated, and other basic survival skills.
Struggle for Survival: Shelter
Will you have what it takes to build shelter in order to protect yourself from extreme temperatures? Struggle for Survival: Shelter examines survival skills to prevent exposure when dealing with the harsh elements.
Struggle for Survival: Fire
If the world suddenly went dark, will you have what it takes to survive? Struggle for Survival: Fire examines the importance of fire for survival and discusses important outdoor skills.
The Science of Magic
Be astounded with some of the ways magicians use science and technology to fool our senses. This nonfiction book examines the famous illusionists throughout history who have amazed us with their magic tricks.
The Science of Monsters
Learn more about the science behind the creatures that continue to frighten and fascinate us--from aliens to zombies. The Science of Monsters looks at the scientific aspects of imaginary monsters and real-life "monsters" found in nature.
The Science of Superpowers
Excite your students with The Science of Superpowers! This action-packed nonfiction reader explores super villains and heroes, mighty mutants, and real-life superpower qualities and capabilities found in nature!