Yosemite National Park is home to Yosemite Falls, the tallest waterfall in North America! In this title, young readers will get to explore the waterfall as well as the park’s many other interesting features. Readers will learn about the park’s formation, human history, wildlife, and popular activities. Along the way, special features profile animals, highlight climate, detail the park’s formation, and more. At the end of the book, a full-spread feature puts important facts, a timeline, and an animal food web in one place.
Zion National Park is full of beautiful features! Tall cliffs tower over the winding Virgin River, and narrow canyons cut through the striking red rock. In this title, readers travel to Zion to discover the park’s geology, wildlife, human history, and popular activities. Special features shed light on the park’s climate, animal species, and landmarks. The book concludes with a two-page feature that puts key facts, a timeline, and an animal food web in one place!
Yellowstone is the oldest national park in the United States! It is home to famous features, such as Grand Prismatic Spring and Old Faithful. In this leveled title, readers will explore the park’s landmarks, geology, human history, and wildlife through engaging text and vibrant photos. Along the way, special features highlight the park’s climate, animal species, notable locations, and more. The book ends with a full-spread feature that includes a timeline, a fact list, and an animal food web.
A diverse landscape, abundant wildlife, and expressive culture make Venezuela a beautiful South American country. Leveled text throughout this title is designed to engage readers who are ready to learn. Colorful photos draw readers in, while special features highlight the country’s location, landscape, wildlife, historical events, and more!
Singapore is a unique island city-state in Southeast Asia. Although small in size, it is one of the most densely populated nations in the world! In this title, readers will learn fascinating information about Singapore’s landscape, wildlife, and culture through engaging text and colorful photos. Features highlight a famous face, introduce a recipe, lay out important historical events, and more!
Rocky Mountain National Park is full of wildlife! Birds, mountain lions, elk, and more make homes inside the park. Readers will learn about these animals and other unique aspects of the park through the leveled text and crisp photos of this engaging title. Chapters highlight the park’s formation, human history, popular activities, and conservation. The book concludes with a two-page spread that puts key facts, a timeline, and an animal food web in one place!
Many people identify Panama by the Panama Canal. But this Central American nation has much more to offer! Thousands of islands lie off its shores. Upbeat music fills the air. Fresh flavors welcome hungry visitors. In this title, readers will find all this and more through organized chapters and leveled text. Vivid photos keep readers’ interest, while special features highlight the country’s landscape, wildlife, foods, and more. A full-spread profile puts important facts about Panama in one place!
Hungary has plenty to offer locals and tourists alike, including a vibrant capital city, beautiful folk art, and amazing natural wonders! Through leveled text and vivid photos, this title for young readers uncovers fascinating information about Hungary’s people, customs, landscape and more. Special features such as maps, profiles, a game, and a timeline offer even more information about this European nation!
Great Smoky Mountain National Park is home to hiking trails, forests, waterfalls, and more! In this title, young readers will explore key details of the park, from its formation and early human history to its wildlife, popular activities, and more. Along the way, crisp photos support the leveled text and interesting features highlight climate, animal species, landmarks, and more. The book concludes with a full-spread list of facts, a timeline, and an animal food web.
Glacier National Park is known for its crystal-clear water. In this title, readers will discover the park’s lakes and streams, as well as its mountains, forests, and more. Leveled text and clear photos offer key details about the park, including how it formed, its early human history, its plants and wildlife, and its popular activities. Along the way, special features offer additional information about wildlife, climate, and landmarks. The book ends with a timeline, a list of key stats, and an animal food web.
The Grand Canyon is one of the natural wonders of the world! Grand Canyon National Park preserves it. In this title, leveled text and crisp photos combine to take readers on a journey through the canyon. They’ll discover the Grand Canyon’s plants and wildlife, human history, geology, activities, and more. Special features profile animals, highlight the canyon’s climate, and point out important landmarks. At the end, a timeline, fact list, and animal web put all of the most important information in one place.
Antarctica is the last unpopulated continent on Earth. In this hi-lo title, readers will learn what is needed to survive a journey into the freezing temperatures of one of the coldest places in the world. Special features highlight a famous explorer and teach readers about what is needed to explore Antarctica. Vibrant photos bring the dangers of Antarctica to life. Do you have what it takes to survive the cold?
Ethiopia is one of the world’s oldest nations! It is home to amazing natural wonders like the Danakil Depression, and it is the birthplace of coffee. This title takes readers to Ethiopia through vivid photos and engaging information about the nation’s people, landscape, wildlife, and more. Features highlight a famous face, the official language, and many other special parts of the nation.
Home to animal-filled rain forests, a breezy coast, and dazzling coral reefs, Belize is loved by both locals and travelers. In this title, readers will discover the wonders that Belize has to offer through informative text and beautiful photos. Features add even more to explore, from maps and profiles to a recipe, a historical timeline, and more!
For much of the year, Acadia National Park is the first place in the United States where you can see the sunrise each day! In this title, readers will explore the mountains and forests of this beautiful national park. Fact-filled text highlights the geography, geological features, human history, and wildlife found in the park, while crisp photos show off all that Acadia has to offer. Special features highlight animal species, pinpoint the park’s location, list top sites, and more. The book ends with a full-spread list of park stats, a timeline, and an animal food web!
In the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon, true heroes emerged. Follow along as two strangers demonstrate incredible strength and determination to rescue a man trapped in the rubble. The navy doctor and admiral were two of the many heroes of 9/11. Additional material provides an overview of the events of the day and other stories of heroism at the Pentagon.
As reports came in of planes crashing into the World Trade Center, heroes sprang into action. Follow two EMS workers scrambling to help survivors at Ground Zero on September 11, 2001, based on a true story. The heroic first responders fought with bravery and determination to save lives amid the chaos. Based on the true story and in honor of an EMS team risking everything to help at Ground Zero. Additional material provides an overview of the events of the day and other stories of heroes at Ground Zero.
Over the years, U.S. presidents have lived in the President's Palace, the Executive Mansion, and the President's House. What about the White House, you may wonder? Well, it's the same building! But this iconic landmark wasn't given its current name until 1901. What else is there to learn about the White House? Read this book to find out!
These mansions house more than just furniture. Read four stories about spooky mansions and the spirits that haunt them.
Could these museums hold more than history and artifacts? Read these four scary stories about museums to find out.
One is a 100th birthday present from France, one was once the tallest building in the world, and one was sculpted in China. What are we talking about? United States monuments and memorials, of course! Discover the extreme history behind some of the nation's most iconic landmarks.
Could there be something more sinister hiding behind Washington's natural beauty? The ghostly figures that wail in the shadows might give you a clue. Learn all about four frightening stories from Washington.
It may be the land of 10,000 lakes, but what you could find lurking at the bottom of one of those lakes might shock you. Discover four frightful stories about horrors in Minnesota.
When you think of Jersey, you might picture diners and beaches. But you just might have to dodge a devil in the woods, too. Learn about Jersey's spooky stories through four tales that are sure to make you think twice before taking a stroll alone at night.
You can visit the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, but what else can you explore in Pennsylvania? Not only history, but also horror! Battlefields visited by dead soldiers, a spooky prison, and so much more. Discover four frightful stories about Pennsylvania.