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  • Native American America: North America Before 1492 (21)
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    Native American America: North America Before 1492 (21)

    For thousands of years, before the arrival of Christopher Columbus and the Europeans, the vast American landscape was home to millions of Native Americans, whose ancestors still remain on the land today. They formed a wide variety of regional cultures, dotting the unspoiled environs stretching from the stark, red rock formations of the Southwest to the thick forestlands of the Northeast. Through descriptive and captivating text enhanced by detailed images and informative sidebars, readers will examine how each Indian culture group adapted to their unique surroundings and turned nature into home, as they built their houses, hunted for food, raised their children, and worshiped their gods.
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  • Alligator, American (12)

    Our big cuddly AMERICAN ALLIGATOR PUPPET will swamp you with affection! This realistically rendered puppet, with velour rouching on his body and soft plastic teeth, crouches at the riverbank ready to make a splash in your home! A life-size 31-inches long, the American Alligator puppet is recommended for ages 3 and up.
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    • $74.99
  • America's Infrastructure (19)
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    America's Infrastructure (19)

    Engineers argue that inadequate maintenance of roads, bridges, airports, waterways, and other critical aspects of infrastructure along with underinvestment have created an infrastructure crisis in the United States. Many politicians agree with this claim and are attempting to take action. However, we are faced with the issue of which projects are most essential and how to fund them. Is the state of America's infrastructure that dire compared to the rest of the world? Are these efforts to improve it a cynical ploy from politicians to gain attention and ensure reelection? This volume considers the many perspectives of this pressing issue.
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  • American Aliens (20)
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    American Aliens (20)

    Do UFOs and aliens exist? Many people claim they don't. Many others are convinced that not only do they exist, but that in order to avoid widespread panic, the U.S. government released several reports that intentionally covered up all existing proof. Exciting text, accompanied by spine-tingling full-color images and intriguing sidebars, discusses some of the sightings and abductions that have been reported from around the world since the late 1800s. Readers will discover just what people have claimed to witness and experience and what the experts have to say about these strange reports.
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  • American Ghosts (20)
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    American Ghosts (20)

    From movies, books, and television to the stories told around campfires, ghosts are a big part of American culture. Many believe these creatures exist only within the stories people tell, but that doesn't mean they're not still fascinated with the idea of ghosts. This innovative volume explores stories of these supernatural beings throughout American history. Through an enthralling narrative, spooky images, and fascinating sidebars, readers will learn about legends featuring many different kinds of ghosts and examine how they relate to the events and people that inspired the popular tales.
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  • American Vampires (20)
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    American Vampires (20)

    Most people today see vampires as entertaining supernatural creatures popularized by the many book, television, and movie series that abound in popular fiction, but where do these stories originate? Many cultures around the world have tales of undead blood-sucking creatures. Exploring these supernatural beings within the context of American historical accounts and legends will enable students to understand the relationship between the time in which such stories were believed and the actual events that inspired them. Accompanied by full-color images and sidebars with fascinating details, this volume will capture the interest of any student intrigued by vampire stories.
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  • American Werewolves (20)
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    American Werewolves (20)

    Stories of werewolves originate in one form or another in many cultures. Accompanied by vivid color illustrations and intriguing sidebars, this thrilling text draws the connection between popular fiction and the actual events and legends that inspired werewolf tales in the Americas. Students will explore the relationship between the historical perceptions of true events and the scary, life-threatening stories they engendered. Readers will examine how perceptions of these supernatural beings have changed over time and why they continue to dominate in literature, television, and movies.
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  • American Witches (20)
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    American Witches (20)

    From ancient times to early America to modern times, witches have fascinated nearly every culture. Readers will explore elements and folklore commonly associated with witchcraft, the hysteria about witches in early America and its causes, and modern-day witchcraft. They'll examine how witches have influenced artistic expression, from ancient classics such as The Odyssey to contemporary depictions in popular books, television shows, and movies. Photographs, illustrations, and sidebars draw learners to exciting concepts and evocative images that give meaningful context to the evolution of these supernatural beings in our history and our modern perceptions.
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  • American Zombies (20)
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    American Zombies (20)

    For years, zombies have been a staple in horror movies. More recently, they've become a popular topic in many television shows as well. Throughout American history, people have told tales of those who have died but not quite left their bodies behind. The undead come in many forms depending on the specific legend. Through engaging text, accompanied by captivatingly creepy images and informative sidebars, readers will learn how the stories told about zombies have changed over the years, along with people's beliefs about them. This intriguing volume is a must-have for those interested in the paranormal.
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  • American Shorthairs (21)
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    American Shorthairs (21)

    In American Shorthairs, beginning readers will learn about the physical features, characteristics, and personalities of American Shorthair cats. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they learn about this cat breed. A labeled diagram highlights the breed's features, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Children can learn more about American Shorthairs online using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. American Shorthairs also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index. American Shorthairs is part of Jump!'s Cat Club series.
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  • American Shorthairs (21)
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    American Shorthairs (21)

    Don't claw up the wrong tree when choosing a cat. Learn all about your favorite feline friends before bringing one home. From how much they eat to how much time they like to spend with people, explore which breed is best for you.
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    • $24.95
  • American Colonies (21)
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    American Colonies (21)

    Would you have survived in the American Colonies? Make decisions and tally your score to find out. Written at a lower reading level with considerate text, these high maturity books are sure to grab struggling readers as they engage and play along. Also includes a table of contents, glossary, index, author biography, sidebars, educational matter, and activities.
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  • America Ferrera (21)
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    America Ferrera (21)

    A well-known actress and producer, America Ferrera is also an author and activist. In 2018 she released a book called American Like Me, which explores different cultures in America. She also uses her public platform to fight for things she believes in such as justice and civil rights. With colorful photographs and compelling text, this biography gives readers an inside look at Ferrera's life, from her childhood and transition to stardom to her adult life as a producer, activist, and mother.
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  • America Ferrera (21)
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    America Ferrera (21)

    America Ferrera is a star on and off the screen. From winning an Emmy at only 22 years of age for a groundbreaking role as Latina fashionista and beauty-on-the-inside Betty, to flying through the skies atop the dragon in How to Train Your Dragon, you might think being a successful actor would be enough for America. But that's just the tip of the iceberg for this powerful woman. Her work offscreen to stand up for the rights of women, immigrants, and children is just as spectacular. And this star still has a lot of life to live. Learn all about America's spectacular journey as an actor, activist, and more.
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  • Brazilian Americans (22)
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    Brazilian Americans (22)

    This book explores the story of Brazilian Americans. Readers will learn about what prompted Brazilians to move to the US. Entertaining text will illustrate what life is like for Brazilian Americans families and how they celebrate their culture. Features include a map, timeline, glossary, Making Connection questions and sidebars. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. DiscoverRoo is an imprint of Pop!, a division of ABDO.
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    • $22.95
  • Chinese Americans (22)
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    Chinese Americans (22)

    This book explores the story of Chinese Americans. Readers will learn about the history of Chinese immigration to the United States. Entertaining text will illustrate what life is like for Chinese Americans families and how they celebrate their culture. Features include a map, timeline, glossary, Making Connection questions and sidebars. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. DiscoverRoo is an imprint of Pop!, a division of ABDO.
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  • Indian Americans (22)
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    Indian Americans (22)

    This book explores the story of Indian Americans. Readers will learn about why Indians wanted to move to the United States. Entertaining text will illustrate what life is like for Indian American families and how the celebrate their culture. Features include a map, timeline, glossary, Making Connection questions and sidebars. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. DiscoverRoo is an imprint of Pop!, a division of ABDO.
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    • $22.95
  • Lebanese Americans (22)
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    Lebanese Americans (22)

    This book explores the story of Lebanese Americans. Readers will learn about what prompted Lebanese to move to the United States. Entertaining text will explain what life is like for Lebanese American families and how they celebrate their culture. Features include a map, timeline, glossary, Making Connection questions and sidebars. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. DiscoverRoo is an imprint of Pop!, a division of ABDO.
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    • $22.95
  • Mexican Americans (22)
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    Mexican Americans (22)

    This book explores the story of Mexican Americans. Readers will learn about the movement between Mexico and the United States. Entertaining text will illustrate what life is like for Mexican American families and how they celebrate their culture. Features include a map, timeline, glossary, Making Connection questions and sidebars. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. DiscoverRoo is an imprint of Pop!, a division of ABDO.
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    • $22.95
  • Somali Americans (22)
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    Somali Americans (22)

    This book explores the story of Somali Americans. Readers will learn about the movement of Somali refugees to the United States. Entertaining text will show what life is like for Somali Americans and how they celebrate their culture. Features include a map, timeline, glossary, Making Connection questions and sidebars. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. DiscoverRoo is an imprint of Pop!, a division of ABDO.
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    • $22.95
  • American Robins (22)
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    American Robins (22)

    This title is a simple introduction to the American robin, its common characteristics, habitat, and habits. A map in the back matter shows the states where American robins are the official birds (Wisconsin, Connecticut, Michigan). Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Junior is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO.
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    • $21.95
  • Postwar America (22)
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    Postwar America (22)

    Postwar America was a defining era that shaped the United States--and the world. Readers will turn back the clock to history's turning points during that era and will take a closer look at the major challenges and hurdles the United States faced. Readers will review how this period influenced the American culture from the fashion to the policies to the entertainment. The series includes educational sidebars and backmatter that align with the 4 C's of 21st Century Learning: critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity. Books also include a table of contents, glossary, index, author biography, and timeline.
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  • North America (22)
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    North America (22)

    Mostly between the Arctic Circle and the Tropic of Cancer lies North America, the third largest continent in area. While young readers may already be familiar with parts of this continent, there is an endless amount of information to learn about the landmass. Simple maps help readers of this volume locate key parts of the continent. With information about important geographical features, as well as the people and cultures that make up North America, this engaging book is an excellent supplement to the elementary social studies curriculum.
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    • $18.20
  • South America (22)
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    South America (22)

    Traveling the world isn’t always an option, but reading about it can be! With the help of this engaging book, young readers have the opportunity to take an up-close look at the fascinating continent of South America. Simple diagrams help break down key concepts, while easy-to-follow maps help readers understand where in the world—and within the continent—different features are located. Accessible text and captivating photographs ensure that even reluctant and struggling readers will benefit from this informative guide.
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    • $18.20
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