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  1. Protecting Earth's Waters
    Protecting Earth's Waters
    Special Price $18.75 Regular Price $25.00
    Did you know that water covers almost three-fourths of Earth’s surface? More than half the world’s creatures live in this water. And the rest cannot survive without it! That’s why it is so important to protect this vital resource, which has been threatened by pollution and other human-made dangers. Discover more about what is threatening Earth’s most precious resource, as well as what is being done to protect it, in Protecting Earth’s Waters. Learn More
  2. Stand Up!
    Stand Up!
    Special Price $11.39 Regular Price $18.99
    From the New York Times bestselling author of Eloquent Rage comes a powerful, groundbreaking picture book debut introducing young readers to ten revolutionary Black women -- both historical and contemporary -- who changed the world for the better, inspiring readers today to know their strength, to be brave, and to STAND UP! Bestselling author Brittney Cooper is a leading Black feminist voice of our times. From her New York Times bestseller Eloquent Rage, selected by Emma Watson as an "Our Shared Shelf Book," to her frequent guest appearances on MSNBC, to her regular features on and, and her TED Talk with over 800K views, there's no question Brittney Cooper is one of the most preeminent Black influencers of today. Now, this author, professor, activist, and cultural critic brings her immense talents to the children's space with a seven-title publishing deal at Scholastic, spanning from picture books to middle grade, and launching with this momentous picture book debut: Stand Up! Learn More
  3. Amazing Landmarks
    Amazing Landmarks
    Special Price $11.99 Regular Price $19.99
    Could you build the world's most iconic landmarks? Could you design the Golden Gate Bridge? Could you construct the Eiffel Tower? Could you decorate the Burj Khalifa? Could you make a budget, draw up the plans, and handle every problem that arises to create something that withstands the test of time? This accessible nonfiction compendium explores the creation of 10 global landmarks, from the first spark of an idea to the final layer of paint. Acclaimed educator Rekha Rajan encourages readers to see themselves as the engineers, builders, architects, and more through interactive stories and a unique structure. Graphic artist Alex Asfour's gorgeous art works seamlessly with engaging photographs to create a standout nonfiction title that will appeal to both kids and educators. Ideal for any grade schooler with an interest in STEAM! Learn More
  4. Deadliest #3: The Deadliest Fires Then and Now
    Deadliest #3: The Deadliest Fires Then and Now
    Special Price $19.49 Regular Price $25.99
    As the sun sank over the town of Peshtigo, Wisconsin, one warm October night in 1871, a smoky haze hung in the dry air. There had been little rain, and small fires had been rolling through town continuously since the summer. For weeks the people had tried to protect their homes and businesses from fire. But they could not protect themselves from what would culminate in the deadliest fire in American history. As industrialization surged across the country, and Westward colonization leveled forests to build cities, fires became a mainstay in American life. And as populations grew, so too did the human toll that fire could exact. Through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Americans searched for new and innovative ways to combat the threat of fire. And with climate change threatening to set the whole world aflame, we are once again in a fight for our planet’s future. Through the eyes of scientists, witnesses, and survivors of terrible fires alike, Sibert Honor author Deborah Hopkinson brings the horrific history of deadly fires to life, tracing a line from the Peshtigo and Great Chicago fires of 1871 to the wildfires raging in the western United States today. Learn More

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