Two dozen books that will help explain the world to younger readers, from maps to math, ballet to basketball, and lots in between...
An updated edition of the comprehensive dictionary created with kids in mind, featuring more than 500 new or revised entries and learning tools.Scholastic's trusted dictionary is back and filled with up-to-date information on technological, scientific, and cultural terms, hundreds of new words, and in-depth sidebars featuring new, colorful images.
There are 118 elements in the periodic table - learn what each one does and how you interact with them every day in this stunning full-color photographic guide!Looking at the periodic table can be a bit daunting... how can you possibly remember what 118 different elements do?
Discover the mind-blowing high-tech inventions of the future! Incredible images reveal the secret inner workings of everything from drones and supercomputers to underwater hotels and flying cars.
A singular atlas of 100 infographic maps from thought-provoking to flat-out fun
Publisher's note: Brilliant Maps for Curious Minds was published in the UK under the title Brilliant Maps.
Which countries don’t have rivers? Which ones have North Korean embassies? Who drives on the “wrong” side of the road?
This interactive, bestselling introduction to the world of classical music -- from music history and key composers to instruments and arrangements -- now includes a removable poster and access to downloadable music so elementary-age children (and their parents) can listen as they learn.
From Gold Star father and beloved Democratic National Convention speaker Khizr Khan comes a book for young people about the Constitution—what it says and why it matters for everyone.
Have you ever wondered what your street was like thousands of years ago? This illustrated history book for children takes you on a 12,000-year journey to find out the story of a single street.
Children's Choice Award winner Bethany Barton applies her signature humor to the scariest subject of all: math!
Dig in and learn about the Earth under your feet. Little Learning Labs: Geology for Kids features 26 simple, inexpensive, and fun experiments that explore the Earth’s surface, structure, and processes.
Geometry? No problem!
This Big Fat Notebook covers everything you need to know during a year of high school geometry class, breaking down one big bad subject into accessible units.
The ultimate book of knowledge that every child needs! Ideal for little ones with lots of big questions about the world we live in.
What is photosynthesis? How do the muscles in our bodies work? How do meteorites and asteroids form? Open the pages of this illustrated encyclopedia and discover the answers to all your questions.
There is more than one way for animals to prepare for winter. Some, such as mice, foxes, and moose, simply tolerate the cold. Of course black bears hibernate, but chipmunks, wood frogs, and garter snakes do too.
If you've never known what a wildebeest is, you'll find out now in this latest Where? Is title about the Serengeti.
Discover more about the comedy team that perfected the art of the pie fight!
In the early morning hours of June 6, 1944, an armada of 7,000 ships carrying 160,000 Allied troops stormed the beaches of Nazi-occupied France. Up until then the Allied forces had suffered serious defeats, yet D -Day, as the invasion was called, spelled the beginning of the end for Nazi Germany and the Third Reich.
This fascinating series turns ordinary walks into adventures. Children learn to identify a variety of different plant, animal and insect species.
-- Helps children identify different species.
-- Includes scrapbook pages, for notes or drawings.
-- Features detailed true-to-life illustrations.
The Vikings were warlike adventurers with a strong sense of justice, and the high drama of their myths and legends, retold through the centuries, are still as vivid and enduring today. The stories are full of excitement and encompass both broad comedy and heart-rending tragedy.
A full-color picture book biography about Mary Jackson, who became the first female African American engineer at NASA--includes several STEM activities for some real-world learning connections
Neil deGrasse Tyson’s #1 New York Times best-selling guide to the cosmos, adapted for young readers.
Sibert Honor winner Sy Montgomery explores how tiny fish living in the Amazon river, called piabas, can help preserve not only the rainforest and its often misunderstood inhabitants, but the fate of our entire environment.
Featuring first words, numbers, colors, and shapes, alongside a clear, colorful layout and bold images, this introduction to Spanish helps young children learn basic vocabulary.
From an Idea to Nike is a fully-illustrated look into how Nike stepped up its sneaker game to become the most popular athletic brand in the world. Humorous black & white illustrations throughout.
Ever wonder how Nike became the athletics empire it is today?
A complete and comprehensive children's book about sports that combines facts and figures with the inspiring stories of sporting legends and icons.
Immersed in the natural world, The Organic Artist for Kids inspires creativity by connecting kids and their adults to our wilderness roots.
In addition to offering a wide variety of fun, collaborative projects using nature as a source for art supplies and inspiration, this book also introduces the concepts of awareness and perception that are fundamental to the cre