Amazing photos and interesting facts reveal environmental issues hawks face as they hunt for food and raise their young.
Discover the vital role of disappearing wetlands and what can be done to protect and restore this resource.
Describes how rocks, minerals, and soils are formed, their properties, and why humans are dependent on them.
Encounter animals and poachers on an African Safari in this graphic high interest book.
This book provides an understanding of the impact that humans have on Earth and suggests ways to reduce damage to the environment.
In graphic-novel format, this book examines the history of the Chicago fire in 1871 while providing a story that brings to life one family's struggle to survive the devastation.
In graphic-novel format, this book examines the history of Ellis Island while providing a story surrounding one family's immigration to America.
Beautiful photos and text examines the issues endangered bats face and how they can be saved.
Beautiful photos and text examines the issues endangered cougars face and how they can be saved.
Beautiful photos and text examines the issues endangered manatees face and how they can be saved.
Experience great battles of the Civil War through engaging text, detailed illustrations and photos of artifacts.
Examines the technological innovations and social changes that were bought about by the Industrial Revolution, describing the inventions which transformed textiles, transportation, communications, the generation of electricity, and manufacturing of steel.
Learn about recontruction in American history through engaging text, detailed illustrations and photos of artifacts.
his book discusses the era of slavery in America and the impact it had on the future of the nation.
This book explains how it is the responsibility of your city or town government to keep you safe and maintain a clean place for you to live. It builds parks, cleans streets, and enforces the laws made by the state government.
This book discusses civic responsibilities and how to be a good citizen.
This book takes you through the many processes the legislative branch of our government must follow to introduce a bill and the steps it goes through to make a bill an actual law.
This book outlines the reasons the Constitution was first written in 1787 and how it has changed to fit our world today.
This book discusses how the United States is a Federalist government, meaning powers are split between states and the national government, and the role of state governments.
This book discusses the term limits of House and Senate members, as well as the qualifications, background, and jobs each member contributes when representing the citizens of the United States.
This book describes all the responsibilities of the president, the duties of the Cabinet members who advise the president, and the qualifications needed to run for president.
This book discusses the highest court in our country, the terms and ranks of each member, and what role they play to balance the scales of justice.
Students will learn how plants are becoming endangered or even extinct due to changes in climate, deforestation to build new homes, or by invasive plant species that are brought from other places. The book also tells how plants make adaptations in order to survive their ever-changing habitats.
This book explains the water cycle and how water is used to generate many forms of electricity. It introduces students to the importance of keeping our water supplies clean has detailed information about the effects water has on different formations on our Earth. From weathering to landslides, it can all be found in this title.
With interesting facts and photographs, this book discusses how nearly all food webs begin with plants, the primary producers.