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From sports stars such as tennis icon Serena Williams to aviators and mountaineers, many women have overcome great hurdles to succeed as athletes and adventurers. These women have made history in their own rights and have paved the way for future generations to do so as well. This engaging resource tells the stories of these incredible women. Brief but detailed biographies hold readers' attention while colorful illustrations bring the stories into splendid detail. This high-interest volume pairs well with social studies curricula and is sure to be a popular addition to any library and classroom.
From the top of Everest to the deepest recesses of previously unexplored caves, from the heart of the sea to the far reaches of space, African American explorers and adventurers have helped chart the unknown, push the boundaries of the frontier, scale the heights, and shoot for the stars. With profiles of courageous and pioneering figures like Arctic explorer Matthew Alexander Henson, the Lewis and Clark corpsman York, and pilot Bessie Coleman, this inspiring collection celebrates the often unsung accomplishments of African American whalers, gold rush fortune-seekers, explorers, mountaineers, pilots, and other intrepid adventurers. They overcame injustice, prejudice, and inequality to triumph in expanding our knowledge of the world and our notions of what was possible within it.
The No Barriers series profiles people with disabilities who have succeeded/are succeeding in a variety of professions and pursuits. Each book features engaging, fact-filled biographies of 12 living and historical individuals, spotlighting their challenges and contributions.
This book tells the stories of adventurers who have defied gravity and soared above the Earth, from pioneer aviators and astronauts to the free-falling fearlessness of Felix Baumgartner. Find out about the courage and skill of audacious aviators, and whether you’ve got what it takes to be an ultimate adventurer.
This book tells the stories of adventurers who have braved danger and the toughest physical challenges in the name of sports, from marathon swimmers to extreme snowboarders. Find out about the courage and skill of sporting trailblazers, and whether you’ve got what it takes to be an ultimate adventurer.
The water’s fine! Come on in! But wait—there are sharks in it! Would you swim with sharks? Many people do! Marine biologists swim with sharks to learn more about these top predators. Snorkelers witness whale sharks and spy spotted leopard sharks. Some thrill-seekers even cage dive to get face-to-face with the giant toothy jaws of great whites! Readers will find out how scientists and adventurers alike are getting up close to all kinds of shark species and what they are discovering.
An inexperienced adventurer becomes the key to unraveling an ancient mystery when he joins up with a group of daredevil explorers to find the legendary lost empire of Atlantis. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Graphic Novels is an imprint of Spotlight a division of ABDO.
The amount of available oxygen at the highest place on Earth is just under 7%. Explorers risk their lives and test their lungs traveling to these great heights atop mountains. Who are these adventurers and why do they do it? Turn the pages to find out!
Of all the places to explore on Earth, remote places are often said to be the most challenging. Yet brave explorers travel to the most remote corners of the world, pushing through vast forests, icy polar regions, and other landscapes. Who are these adventurers and why do they do it? Turn the pages to find out!
Filled with stunning color photography, this captivating book fires young readers’ imaginations about the adventures that await them while hiking. The volume includes information and tips on proper gear, safety considerations, emergency preparedness, and what to expect during your adventure. Sidebar features highlight the accomplishments and records of some of the more daring adult adventurers pursuing the sport.
Filled with stunning color photography, this captivating book fires young readers’ imaginations about the adventures that await them while mountain biking. The volume includes information and tips on proper gear, safety considerations, emergency preparedness, and what to expect during your adventure. Sidebar features highlight the accomplishments and records of some of the more daring adult adventurers pursuing the sport.
Would you rather face a leopard seal or brave a snowstorm in an igloo? This fun-filled nonfiction title explores the depths of a frozen landscape. Young adventurers will sharpen their decision-making skills with more than a dozen thought- provoking questions about Antarctica. From scary to gross to just plain silly, this book generates discussion and promotes critical-thinking skills. Full-color photographs and engaging easy-to-read facts invite readers to make informed decisions while also prompting further research.
Would you rather be lost in the Sahara or the Gobi Desert? In this fun-filled nonfiction title, young adventurers will face decisions about surviving in a sandy wasteland. Readers will sharpen their decision-making skills with more than a dozen thought-provoking questions about deserts. From scary to gross to just plain silly, this book generates discussion and promotes critical-thinking skills. Full-color photographs and engaging easy-to-read facts invite readers to make informed decisions while also prompting further research.
Would you rather explore a vibrant rain forest or rocky mountain terrain? In this fun-filled nonfiction title, young adventurers will face tough decisions about the wilderness. Readers will sharpen their decision-making skills with more than a dozen thought-provoking questions. From scary to gross to just plain silly, this book generates discussion and promotes critical-thinking skills. Full-color photographs and engaging easy-to-read facts invite readers to make informed decisions while also prompting further research.
Daisy and Dale's father, adventurer Darren Deed, has gone missing during a mission to South America. After the kids receive a mysterious package in the mail, clues unravel that might lead to his whereabouts. He's possibly in the mysterious city of El Numero. Daisy and Dale need readers' help, and math skills, as they attempt to rescue their father. This clever volume seamlessly combines an exciting adventure story with need-to-know math concepts and is packed with appealing illustrations. After solving problems in this fantasy world, readers will find themselves making more math connections in their own lives.
Percy Fawcett was a mapmaker and an adventurer. In the early 1900s, he spent years mapping out the jungles of South America. Fawcett became obsessed with the idea of a lost city of gold hidden deep in the jungle. At the age of 57, Fawcett, his 21-year-old son Jack, and Jack’s friend Raleigh Rimell left on a quest to find the Lost City of Z. The three men were never heard from again. Untangle the clues they left behind.
Limited Stock - Hurry While Supplies Last -< . . Kick excitement into high gear with this extreme title! Short, easy-to-read text pairs with full-color, action-packed photos to introduce young adventurers to cruisers. Readers will learn what a cruiser is and about the history of cruisers. Cruiser components discussed, including the engine, chassis, tires, wheels, and brakes. Events such as touring and rallies are also covered. Extreme facts supplement the text, leaving future cruisers excited about extreme motorcycling! Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. A&D Xtreme is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company.
A real-life astronaut is coming to Edith B. Sugarman Elementary School, and one lucky kid gets to interview him! Not only that, a trip to a space adventurer program is also up for grabs. To win the contest, students must complete a physical fitness challenge and come up with three interesting questions to ask the astronaut. As always, George intends to beat his rival, Louie. But when the competition heats up, George is too distracted to notice how much the prize means to his best friend, Alex. For George, winning may not be everything this time around.
This fun, fact-filled book is sure to be a hit with young adventurers everywhere. Readers learn all about different species of bears, including polar bears, panda bears, and spectacled bears. Vivid photographs and helpful fact boxes support the text as readers learn about bear anatomy, behavior, habitat, and diet. Puzzles, activities, jokes, and a retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears will keep readers’ attention and spark their interest to learn even more.
El Salvador may be the smallest country in Central America, but it is filled with rich life and beauty! The hidden pyramid of Tazumel attracts many adventurers, while the sounds of cumbia music delight locals in the streets. Readers will dive into this and more as each chapter highlights different elements of El Salvador. Special features such as maps, fun facts, a recipe, an activity, and a timeline provide a deeper look into this nation in the tropics!
Every fantasy adventure needs an adventurer! Readers only need choose whether they want an Amazonian heroine, an intrepid swordsman, or another beautifully rendered character to star in their next illustrated masterpiece. Young illustrators will appreciate the step-by-step process that makes each figure an achievable depiction, whether they're beginners or seasoned artists. After mastering the characters, they'll be guided in making a final dramatic scene in which their heroes will face certain doom. Drawing techniques and tips from the pros make this volume a must for every artist's collection.
The Team Time Machine kids are going back in time to a famous moment in American history when American colonists battled the British forces at Lexington and Concord. As riveted readers tag along, the time-traveling adventurers witness these Revolutionary War battles and the British march back to Boston, setting the stage for the revolution that created the United States. Historical images and fun fact boxes give budding historians an in-depth understanding of these significant events.
For decades, as the monarch butterflies swooped through every year like clockwork, people from Canada to the United States to Mexico wondered, "Where do they go?" In 1976 the world learned the answer: after migrating thousands of miles, the monarchs roost by the millions in an oyamel grove in Central Mexico's mountains. But who solved this mystery? Was it the scientist or the American adventurer? The citizen scientists or the teacher or his students? Winged Wonders shows that the mystery could only be solved when they all worked as a team--and reminds readers that there's another monarch mystery today, one that we all must work together to solve.
Ponds are full of life, and exploring the creatures that call it home can be an important learning experience for many young adventurers. Early readers will love seeing what lives inside and around the pond, from fish swimming below to the hungry ducks floating on the calm surface of the water. Through simple text, readers discover that whether catching a fish, feeding the ducks, or watching geese land on the water, there's plenty to do on a trip to the pond!