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Guiding students through grades K-12, World Book's nonfiction collections help students create and reinforce critical literacy skills that are central to curriculum and instruction.
This series reveals the little-known history of men and women who acted heroically for their country even as they faced hardship and discrimination.
Introduces the main animal groups to familiarize readers with the basic principles of scientific classification. Readers learn about physical features, behaviors, and adaptations of creatures large and small. Photos capture details rarely visible in zoos and aquariums.
Complement core studies of biology, geography, zoology, and ecology. Each volume discusses the physical features and behaviors of representative animals from each habitat, their survival status, and much more.
Tiny critters in your hair. Wiggling worms in your gut. Kids can find out where these bugs thrive, how they affect people, and how to avoid them!
With bright, colorful pages, each book focuses on a particular organ system in the human body. Cartoon guides creatively pair humor with fact-filled text. They make even the most difficult topics in human anatomy easy to understand.
With bright, colorful pages in comic-book style, each book focuses on a particular topic in the biology of animals or plants. The books creatively pair humor, action, and real-life examples with scientifically accurate illustrations.
Quirky characters drawn in comic-book style introduce basic mathematics concepts in this six-volume series of books. Story problems help students develop a fundamental understanding of mathematical operations and teach them techniques for solving real-life math problems.
With bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, this series makes complex STEM lessons exciting. Each nonfiction book pairs humor and action with scientifically accurate information to make even the most difficult topics amusing and easy to understand. Kids will eagerly learn the fundamentals of physics.
Take your readers on a prehistoric adventure where they will be greeted by both common dinosaurs they know and love and fabulous new dinosaurs they have yet to encounter! With a different dinosaur on every page, these illustrated titles will teach readers what scientists know about each prehistoric beast.
Each title in this series provides a scientific and balanced approach to help readers understand climate change and learn how scientists study climate change as it occurs on Earth. Striking imagery and diagrams further explain concepts and reveal the impact of climatic events on environments around the world.
Robots travel inside the human body, swim underwater, fly, go where soldiers can’t, and help people with handicaps. The stories and data about robots of today and tomorrow are presented here with plenty of intriguing photos.
Explore the exciting world of soccer and relive some of the greatest moments from the beautiful game. From soccer rules to famous players and teams, kids will be sure to get in on the action.
This set is a continuation of the original Strange...But True? (set 1) These titles are new titles to the very popular first set. The world is full of mysterious stories of hairy creatures and aliens from outer space. But are those stories true? The answer is up to you.
Featuring high-interest topics that students with a 3rd through 5th grade primary reading level will return to again and again, each six-volume set focuses on a particular topics such as popular dog breeds, mythology, sports, robots and more! The easy-to-read infographics make complex STEM subjects easy to understand.
BOLT 1 series feature high-interest topics that students with a 3rd through 5th grade primary reading level will return to again and again.
Don't bark up the wrong tree when choosing a dog. Younger readers can learn all about their favorite furry friends before bringing one home.