A biography of Spanish-born artist Pablo Picasso, examining his development of the Cubist style and his social commentary, as well as many of his greatest paintings.
A biography of American writer Ernest Hemingway, examining his international adventures and succinct style of writing, as well as some of his greatest works.
A biography of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, examining his design influence and development of the Prairie School style, as well as some of his most famous structures.
A biography of Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo, examining his masterful commissions and papal relationships, as well as some of his most enduring works.
A biography of Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh, examining his contributions to the Post-Impressionist style and his early death, as well as many of his greatest paintings.
A biography of German-born composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, examining his European travels and interest in opera, as well as some of his greatest compositions.
An examination of the art movement known as Romanticism from its beginnings in the late 1700s to its decline in the mid-1800s, including an introduction to great artists and works.
An examination of the art movement known as Realism from its beginnings in the mid-1800s to its decline in the late 1800s, including an introduction to great artists and works.
An examination of the art movement known as the Baroque Period from its beginnings in the 1590s to its decline in the late 1600s, including an introduction to great artists and works.
An examination of the art movement known as Cubism from its beginnings in the early 1900s to its decline during World War I, including an introduction to great artists and works.
An examination of the art movement known as Late Modernism from its beginnings in the 1940s to its decline in the 1970s, including an introduction to great artists and works.
An examination of the art movement known as Impressionism from its beginnings in the 1860s to its decline in the early 1900s, including an introduction to great artists and works.
An examination of the art movement known as the Renaissance from its beginnings in the 1420s to its decline in the 1560s, including an introduction to great artists and works.
An examination of the art movement known as Gothic Art from its beginnings in the 12th century to its decline in the early 1400s, including an introduction to great artists and works.
This perennial Dickensian favorite about a miser’s startling change of heart is illustratedby Italian artist Roberto Innocenti and reissued for the readers of all the Christmases Yet To Come.
Mark Twain’s classic American story about a boy with a nose for mischief and a knack for avoiding any sort of work is here presented in vibrant detail, with new illustrations by C. F. Payne.
A survey of the mystery fiction genre, from its detective-story origins and puzzle-solving influences to the famous authors—such as Agatha Christie—whose works have defined the genre over time.
Children's author and illustrator Etienne Delessert tells the story of Eglantine Besson, the woman who became his mother, and of the glass that came to represent their relationship.
Fifteen-year-old Aiden is a minor cast member on a long-running high school "dramedy" with a low budget and a loyal following. Aiden and his friends are excited that they're being promoted to lead roles for the upcoming tenth season of Pop Quiz. But then they learn the show is being canceled. According to the producers, no one even watches TV anymore, with kids preferring the antics of YouTube stars. With the help of some former cast members and a group of hardcore fans, Aiden and his friends attempt to create a movie special to wrap up the storylines and give the series the send-off it deserves.
Two years ago, sixteen-year-old Sydney Hart was kicked out of the prestigious Burke Academy when her mother could no longer afford the tuition. She lost a promising future in the arts, as well as her best friend, who didn't want to be seen with an art-academy reject. But now, without Burke's rigid structure, Sydney has found her true passion in performance painting and is busking on Halifax's boardwalk to earn enough money to go to art camp. After the police shut her down, Sydney learns her old school is hosting a "brush-off" speed-painting contest with a cash prize. Entering would mean facing her painful past, not to mention her former friend, who's also competing.
When first-year film student Spencer O'Toole is asked to make a music video for a band, he leaps at the chance. But Jerry, Spencer's dad, shows up, and somehow the band assumes he's in charge, despite the fact that he has zero background in film. And then there's Scratch, violent gang member turned sleazy music producer, who keeps making big promises but fails to deliver on a single one. Spencer has no idea how he's going to get this thing made. When the band invites him and his dad up to a cottage for the weekend, Spencer takes the opportunity to ditch Jerry. But one small fib snowballs into dozens of lies, and soon Spencer finds himself in way over his head.
Learn how to read and construct statistical graphs and prepare for a concert! This fun story will engage readers as they master bar graphs, circle graphs, line graphs, histograms, and line plots. This engaging title features eye-catching images, exciting practice problems, easy-to-read text, STEM themes, clear mathematical charts and diagrams, and an accessible glossary and index. This title shows how simple, useful, and fun statistical graphing can be! Students will feel encouraged to see how they can use graphs to plan events of their own!
Follow the story of a battle of the bands while learning how to read and construct statistical graphs! This engaging story will help students master mathematical concepts like numerical analysis, data, and probability by teaching them how to create bar graphs, circle graphs, line graphs, line plots, histograms, and more! This engaging title features eye-catching images, exciting practice problems, easy-to-read text, STEM themes, clear mathematical charts and diagrams, and an accessible glossary and index. Students will learn just how useful their developing mathematical skills can be both inside and outside of the classroom.
Learn how architects and designers use perimeter and area to make famous works of art! In this vibrant title, readers will continue to develop their geometry skills, reviewing topics like dimensions, irrational numbers, polygons, and measurement. With the help of eye-catching images, easy-to-read text, simple practice problems, STEM topics, and clear mathematical diagrams, readers will feel confident in their ability to measure perimeter and area in useful ways!
Langston Hughes is often thought of as one of the greatest and most influential African American authors. This fascinating and inspiring biography will have readers enthralled by the life of Hughes as they learn how he became known as the voice of the Harlem Renaissance. Featuring lively images, photos, and captivating facts, this book allows readers to gain insight into how the Civil Rights Movement had an effect on Hughes' life and writing as well as important movements in the Harlem Renaissance like jazz, poetry, music, and clubs. The easy-to-read, supportive text works in conjunction with the accessible glossary and index to give readers the tools they may need to better understand the content and vocabulary.