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The power of Lightbox has been unlocked for ELL. Each bundle includes digital multi-user-access Spanish Lightbox titles and the corresponding print versions to support hands-on learning.
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This award-winning social platform supports independent reading activities for students ages 6–13, and Follett is the exclusive partner! Students can build their very own bookshelf, share and receive book recommendations and more — plus, Destiny integration allows both educators and students easy access to library resources, data and reports.
Makerspace Books & Coding Bundles
Bring exploration, creativity and hands-on learning into the library. Check out the latest books about Makerspaces — including cool projects, workbooks and science & math activities. Plus, we have 3 new bundles about coding and design.
Check out this assortment of great high-interest nonfiction titles to engage all readers — books about art, writing, historic events, magic, sports and more.
New & Recommended
The must-haves that everyone is – and will be – talking about
Cool Industrial Arts Series
Get kids constructing with this exciting how-to series — teaching young readers how to create awesome workshop projects using different mediums. Budding craftspeople and engineers will love learning how to use the tools of the trade to make one-of-a-kind creations.
Get Coding & DIY Titles
From coding to DIY projects, kids will love these books for fun projects. This list features Get Coding, where students will set off on several exciting missions — while learning the basics of writing code.
Makers as Innovators Junior Series
from Cherry Lake
This series looks at the maker movement for young readers and addresses topics from computer programming and 3D printing to starting your own makerspace.
Makerspace Project Books
These books are filled with fun projects, photographic step-by-step instructions and fascinating mini--science lessons.
Information Explorer Series
from Cherry Lake
Fun, engaging text introduces readers to new ideas and builds on concepts they may already know.
Gaming & Coding
From learning to build their own website to figuring out how to dominate the trickiest games around, these books help students learn some gaming basics, discover new games and give them a peek at what’s to come in 2018.
Lifeskills in Action Series
Important aspects of managing money are explored in these nonfiction/fiction flip-books. The nonfiction side teaches students about an important life skill and the fiction side helps them generalize the skill as they read about teens in real-world situations.
Introduce readers to the scientific process. Clear, step-by-step instructions let readers explore the world of science through well-crafted, hands-on experiments. Colorful photos, informative illustrations and easy-to-read text make the topic appealing and accessible to young readers.
Be a Maker! Series
This series lets students explore ingenuity, problem-solving and outside-the-box thinking to inspire new “makers” to experiment with the world around the them. Supporting STEAM initiatives, each title in this timely series focuses on a field or area of interest.
Drawing Big Cats
from Encyclopedia Britannica
Meet the big cats! Step-by-step instructions explain how to draw cheetahs, lions, tigers and leopards — with information on each breed.
and Other “Make & Do” Titles
from Sterling Publishers
Invent It! Turn Your Small Ideas into the World’s Next Great Invention — from idea to prototype to selling the product, this imaginative book teaches kids that they’re never too young to start inventing.
Practical Technology Series
from Britannica Educational Publishing
This series puts technology at the forefront as an integral part of everyday life as digital and information literacy become increasingly invaluable.
Math Is Everywhere Series
from Gareth Stevens
Explore this great math series for beginning readers. Math figures into everyday life in so many ways — adding money for an ice cream cone, playing with toys and even a simple walk through the park are all opportunities to recognize and use math every day.
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