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  1. ¿Quién fue Fernando de Magallanes?

    ¿Quién fue Fernando de Magallanes?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    When Portuguese sailor Ferdinand Magellan set sail from Spain in 1519, he believed he could get to the Spice Islands by sailing west through or around the New World. He was right, but what he didn't know was that the treacherous voyage would take him three years and cost him his life. Black-and-white line drawings illustrate Magellan's life and voyage, with sidebars and a time line that enhance readers' understanding of the period. Learn More
  2. ¿Quién fue Franklin Roosevelt?

    ¿Quién fue Franklin Roosevelt?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Although polio left him wheelchair bound, Franklin Delano Roosevelt took office during the Great Depression and served as president during World War II. Elected four times, he spent thirteen years in the White House. The story of how he led the country through tremendously difficult problems--much like the ones facing America today--makes for a timely and engrossing biography. Learn More
  3. ¿Quién fue Harriet Beecher Stowe?

    ¿Quién fue Harriet Beecher Stowe?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Born in Connecticut in 1811, Harriet Beecher Stowe was an abolitionist, author, and playwright. Slavery was a major industry in the American South, and Stowe worked with the Underground Railroad to help escaped slaves head north towards freedom. The publication of her book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, a scathing anti-slavery novel, fanned the flames that started the Civil War. The book’s emotional portrayal of the impact of slavery captured the nation’s attention. A best-seller in its time, Uncle Tom’s Cabin sealed Harriet Beecher Stowe’s reputation as one of the most influential anti-slavery voices in U.S. history. Learn More
  4. ¿Quién fue Harriet Tubman?

    ¿Quién fue Harriet Tubman?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Born a slave in Maryland, Harriet Tubman knew first-hand what it meant to be someone's property; she was whipped by owners and almost killed by an overseer. It was from other field hands that she first heard about the Underground Railroad, which she travelled by herself north to Philadelphia. Throughout her long life (she died at the age of ninety-two), and long after the Civil War brought an end to slavery, this amazing woman was proof of what just one person can do. Learn More
  5. ¿Quién fue Harry Houdini?

    ¿Quién fue Harry Houdini?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Every kid has heard of Harry Houdini, the famous magician who could escape from handcuffs, jail cells, and locked trunks. But do they know that the ever-ambitious and adventurous Houdini was also a famous movie star and the first pilot to fly a plane in Australia? This well-told biography is full of the details of Houdini's life that kids will really want to know about and illustrated throughout with beautiful black-and-white line drawings. Learn More
  6. ¿Quién fue la Madre Teresa?

    ¿Quién fue la Madre Teresa?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Born a humble girl in what is now Albania, Agnes Bojaxhiu lived a charitable life. She pledged herself to a religious order at the age of eighteen and chose the name Sister Teresa, after the patron saint of missionaries. While teaching in India, where famine and violence had devastated the poor, Teresa shed her habit and walked the streets of Calcutta tending to the needs of the destitute. Her charity work soon expanded internationally, and her name remains synonymous with compassion and devotion to the poor. Learn More
  7. ¿Quién fue Louis Armstrong?

    ¿Quién fue Louis Armstrong?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    If not for a stint in reform school, young Louis Armstrong might never have become a musician. It was a teacher at the Colored Waifs' Home who gave him a cornet, promoted him to band leader, and saw talent in the tough kid from the even tougher New Orleans neighborhood called Storyville. But it was Louis Armstrong's own passion and genius that pushed jazz into new and exciting realms with his amazing, improvisational trumpet playing. His seventy-year life spanned a critical time in American music as well as black history. Learn More
  8. ¿Quién fue María Antonieta?

    ¿Quién fue María Antonieta?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    From the palaces of Austria to the mirrored halls of Versailles, Marie Antoinette led a charmed life. She was born into royalty in 1755 and married the future king of France at age fifteen. By twenty-one, she ascended to the throne and enjoyed a lavish lifestyle of masquerade balls, sky-high wigs, and extravagant food. But her taste for excess ruffled many feathers. The poor people of France blamed Marie Antoinette for their poverty. Her spending helped incite the French Revolution. And after much public outcry, in 1793 she quite literally lost her head because of it. Whether she was blameless or guilty is debatable, but Marie Antoinette remains woven into the fabric of history and popular culture. Learn More
  9. ¿Quién fue Maria Curie?

    ¿Quién fue Maria Curie?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Born in Warsaw, Poland, on November 7, 1867, Marie Curie was forbidden to attend the male-only University of Warsaw, so she enrolled at the Sorbonne in Paris to study physics and mathematics. There she met a professor named Pierre Curie, and the two soon married, forming one of the most famous scientific partnerships in history. Together they discovered two elements and won a Nobel Prize in 1903. (Later Marie won another Nobel award for chemistry in 1911.) She died in Savoy, France, on July 4, 1934, a victim of many years of exposure to toxic radiation. Learn More
  10. ¿Quién fue Mark Twain?

    ¿Quién fue Mark Twain?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    A humorist, narrator, and social observer, Mark Twain is unsurpassed in American literature. Best known as the author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain--not unlike his protagonist, Huck--had a restless spirit. He found adventure prospecting for silver in Nevada, navigating steamboats down the Mississippi, and making people laugh around the world. But Twain also had a serious streak and decried racism and injustice. His fascinating life is captured candidly in this enjoyable biography. Learn More
  11. ¿Quién fue Nelson Mandela?

    ¿Quién fue Nelson Mandela?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    As a child he dreamt of changing South Africa; as a man he changed the world. Nelson Mandela spent his life battling apartheid and championing peaceful revolution. He spent twenty-seven years in prison and emerged as the inspiring leader of the new South Africa. He became the country’s first black president and went on to live his dream of change. Learn More
  12. ¿Quién fue Paul Revere?

    ¿Quién fue Paul Revere?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    In 1775, Paul Revere of Boston made his now-famous horseback ride warning colonists of an impending attack by the British. This event went largely unnoticed in history until Longfellow celebrated it in a poem in 1861. So who was Paul Revere? In addition to being an American patriot, he was a skilled silversmith and made false teeth from hippo tusks! This biography, with black-and-white illustrations throughout, brings to life Paul Revere's thrilling ride as well as the personal side of the man and the exciting times in which he lived. Learn More
  13. ¿Quién fue Robert E. Lee?

    ¿Quién fue Robert E. Lee?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Robert E. Lee seemed destined for greatness. His father was a Revolutionary War hero and at West Point he graduated second in his class! In 1861, when the Southern states seceded from the Union, Lee was offered the opportunity to command the Union forces. However, even though he was against the war, his loyalty to his home state of Virginia wouldn’t let him fight for the North. Despite the South’s ultimate defeat, General Robert E. Lee remains one of the United States’ true military heroes. Learn More
  14. ¿Quién fue Roberto Clemente?

    ¿Quién fue Roberto Clemente?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Growing up the youngest of seven children in Puerto Rico, Roberto Clemente had a talent for baseball. His incredible skill soon got him drafted into the big leagues, where he spent eighteen seasons playing right field for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Who Was Roberto Clemente? tells the story of this remarkable athlete: a twelve-time All-Star, World Series MVP, and the first Latin American inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Learn More
  15. ¿Quién fue Rosa Parks?

    ¿Quién fue Rosa Parks?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    In 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give her bus seat to a white passenger in Montgomery, Alabama. This seemingly small act triggered civil rights protests across America and earned Rosa Parks the title "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement." This biography has black-and-white illustrations throughout. Learn More
  16. ¿Quién fue Tomás Jefferson?

    ¿Quién fue Tomás Jefferson?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Did you know that John Adams had to coax Thomas Jefferson into writing the Declaration of Independence? It's true. The shy Virginia statesman refused at first, but then went on to author one of our nation's most important and inspiring documents. The third U.S. president, Jefferson was also an architect, inventor, musician, farmer, and--what is certainly the most troubling aspect of his life--a slave owner. Finally, here's a biography for kids that unveils the many facets of this founding father's remarkable and complicated life. Learn More
  17. ¿Quién fue Woodrow Wilson?

    ¿Quién fue Woodrow Wilson?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    Born on December 28, 1856, in Staunton, Virginia, Thomas Woodrow Wilson was a born leader. He was the president of Princeton University, served as governor of New Jersey after that, and was then elected president of the United States. But not everything was so easy for Wilson. He was ahead of his time in wanting a League of Nations after World War I to help prevent another war like it, but his hopes were dashed when the United States refused to join. Margaret Frith offers a fascinating look at how this magnificent and tragic figure handled debilitating illness, heartbreak, and "the war to end all wars." Learn More
  18. ¿Quién manda en los bosques?

    ¿Quién manda en los bosques?
    Click Click: Ciencia Básica / Basic Science - Level 2–5

    In the beginning of time, forests were arid lands. Then the wind carried small seeds to these sterile grounds and they began to grow, slowly transforming these areas into forests filled with a great variety of trees. This book explains how the process happened and teaches us why forests are so important for life on our planet. Learn More
  19. ¿Quién nacerá aquí?

    ¿Quién nacerá aquí?
    Libros para contar / Stories for the Telling - Level K–3

    There's a surprise on every page of this book about animals that lay eggs. Rhyming and repeated text make it a fun easy reader. Learn More
  20. ¿Quién sigue a un elefante?

    ¿Quién sigue a un elefante?
    Serie verde limón - Level K–2

    The elephant wants to take a calm bath, but he quickly realizes that many animals are following him: two big rhinoceroses, three elegant giraffes, four lions… How many more will come to join him? The attractive illustrations and the possibility of making guesses will make this title a favorite of parents, teachers, and children. Learn More
  21. ¿Quién vive en el zoológico?

    ¿Quién vive en el zoológico?
    Lecturas gráficas / Graphic Readers - Level K–1

    Lecturas gráficas DE IMPACTO combine engaging topics, exciting illustrations, and carefully leveled text appropriate for young readers. This series includes titles from a variety of genres—nonfiction, adventure, mystery, riddles, etc.—and provides cross-curricular connections to Math, Social Studies, and Science topics. Learn More
  22. ¿Quiénes fueron los hermanos Wright?

    ¿Quiénes fueron los hermanos Wright?
    ¿Quién fue…? / Who Was…? - Level 3–5

    As young boys, Orville and Wilbur Wright loved all things mechanical. As young men, they gained invaluable skills essential for their success by working with printing presses, bicycles, motors, and any sort of machinery they could get their hands on. As adults, the brothers worked together to invent, build, and fly the world’s first successful airplane. This is the fascinating story of the two inventors and aviation pioneers who never lost sight of their dream: to fly, and to soar higher! Learn More
  23. ¿Quieres saber la verdad?

    ¿Quieres saber la verdad?
    Serie verde - Level PreK–2

    There are chocolate truths, colorful truths, and rather hairy truths. But through it all, there is a marvelous and immense truth: friendship. Learn More
  24. ¿Seguiremos siendo amigos?

    ¿Seguiremos siendo amigos?
    Amber Brown Chapter Book Series - Level 3–5

    Third grade is definitely turning into the worst year of Amber’s life. How things change from worse to better to unforgettably good makes for engrossing reading. “Once again, Danziger demonstrates her ability to connect with her audience. One hopes she has more escapades planned for Amber.” (Publishers Weekly) Learn More
  25. ¿Sólido o líquido?
  26. …y su corazón escapó para convertirse en pájaro

    …y su corazón escapó para convertirse en pájaro
    Serie azul - Level 8–12

    These are stories about Ecuadorians of African descent from the 16th century to the present. Written after meticulous research, they contain just the right language and writing style to captivate all types of readers, especially young ones, who will enjoy these stories full of emotion and enthusiasm. Learn More
  27. A Great Trip!

    A Great Trip!
    Fácil de leer / Easy to Read - Level K-2

    We can travel by train or by airplane. We can travel by bus or by boat. This book shows us these and other means of transportation, which can help us explore our world and even beyond. . . Learn More
  28. A orillas del Nilo en tiempos de los faraones

    A orillas del Nilo en tiempos de los faraones
    Altea Benjamín - Level 3–5

    Introduces the geography, way of life, beliefs, and contributions of ancient Egypt, including irrigation systems and the building of the pyramids. Learn More
  29. A Rose with Wings

    A Rose with Wings
    Cuentos para todo el año / Stories the Year Round - Level K-3

    Gabriel has chosen to talk about a caterpillar in school. The caterpillar doesn't do much all day though, until one day… Learn More
  30. A, B, C (Bilingual Edition)

    A, B, C (Bilingual Edition)
    Bilingual Books - Level K–2

    From A to Z, this book is comprised of forty-four poems that make connections between the sounds of letters and the meaning of certain words; between those words and the everyday objects they represent; between the letters, the images, and the game of language in this poetic alphabet, accompanied by hand-embroidered illustrations that will introduce children to the world of poetry. Bilingual English-Spanish edition. Learn More
  31. Abejas, hormigas, termitas: insectos que viven en familia

    Abejas, hormigas, termitas: insectos que viven en familia
    Altea Benjamín - Level 3–5

    How do bees make wax and honey? Why do termites always hide? How are ants beneficial to human beings? Bees, ants, and termites are some of the creatures in the animal kingdom that cannot live alone. They need a big family in order to survive! Learn interesting facts about these insects and their fantastic organizational skills. Learn More
  32. Adaptaciones de las plantas

    Adaptaciones de las plantas
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 1–2

    Early readers examine how plants differ because of the adaptations they make. Learn More
  33. Adaptaciones de los animales
  34. Agu Trot

    Agu Trot
    Serie morada - Level 3–5

    Mr. Hoppy is in love with Mrs. Silver, but her heart belongs to Alfie, her pet tortoise. Mr. Hoppy is too shy to approach Mrs. Silver, but one day he has a brilliant idea to win her heart. It’s going to take 140 tortoises, an ancient spell, and a little bit of magic. Learn More
  35. Ahí viene el lobo gris

    Ahí viene el lobo gris
    Animales de América / Animals of the Americas - Level 3–5

    Wolves are strong, fierce, and cunning, but they are also playful and affectionate. This book provides information about the behavior of these wonderful animals and will teach you how wolves became endangered and how people are working to save them. Here you will find pictures and information about this noble animal and, following that, a story. Learn More
  36. Ahora no, Bernardo

    Ahora no, Bernardo
    Nidos para la lectura - Level K–2

    Bernard is looking for his dad, who is absorbed in his own business and simply responds, “Not now, Bernard.” He then tries to get his mother’s attention, but she responds the same way. But something is worrying the little boy: there is a monster in the garden, and Bernard is worried that he will be eaten. After his parents’ indifference, Bernard goes out to the garden. There, his fears are confirmed, and the monster devours him. What will the boy’s parents do now? Short, sharp, and without wasting a single page, this picture book tackles a difficult topic in an intelligent, funny way, which will resonate with children as well as their parents. Learn More
  37. Al amparo de los grandes castillos

    Al amparo de los grandes castillos
    Altea Benjamín - Level 3–5

    Explores medieval castles and the lives of people who lived in and around them. At the end, an authentic poem from the age by Spanish writer Jorge Manrique. Learn More
  38. Al Capone me lava la ropa

    Al Capone me lava la ropa
    N/A - Level 5–8

    It's 1935 and twelve-year-old Moose Flanagan and his family have just moved to Alcatraz, the infamous island that's home to criminals like Roy Gardner, Machine Gun Kelly, and, of course, Al Capone. Kids living in Alcatraz—because their parents work in the prison—are all cowed by the clever, danger-loving daughter of the warden, Piper Williams. Now Moose has to try to fit in at his new school, avoid getting caught up in one of Piper's countless schemes, and keep an eye on his sister, Natalie, who's not like other kids. All Moose wants to do is protect Natalie, live up to his parents' expectations, and stay out of trouble. But on Alcatraz, trouble is never far away. Learn More
  39. Alimentos producidos por el Sol

    Alimentos producidos por el Sol
    Exploremos la ciencia / Let's Explore Science - Level 4–8

    Discusses how plants use sunlight, water, and soil for food; how the plant transports food; plant reproduction, seeds, and plant survival. Learn More
  40. Ámbar en cuarto y sin su amigo

    Ámbar en cuarto y sin su amigo
    Amber Brown Chapter Book Series - Level 3–5

    "Arturo and Lulai are soulmates. True friends. They like the same things and always have fun together. They are, as they say, inseparable. Until one day, Arturo gets mad at her and tells her to go to China and never come back. That night, Lulai can’t stop crying. Why did he say such terrible things? Will they be able to go back to being soul mates? Two witty characters suffer the common tribulations that happen daily at recess. With tenderness, realism, and a good dose of humor, Elvira Lindo creates a story that both children and adults will identify with." Learn More
  41. Ámbar quiere buenas notas

    Ámbar quiere buenas notas
    Amber Brown Chapter Book Series - Level 3–5

    “I, Amber Dorado, have been kidnapped and am being held prisoner by a crazy woman. The crazy woman is my mother and she is furious with me because she says my room is a disaster area and because my teacher sent her a note... ” Learn More
  42. Amigos

    Amigos
    Libros para contar / Stories for the Telling - Level K–3

    Geometric figures stand in for human beings in this enchanting story about cooperation and tolerance. Learn More
  43. Amigos del Alma

    Amigos del Alma
    Serie morada - Level 3–5

    "Arturo and Lulai are soulmates. True friends. They like the same things and always have fun together. They are, as they say, inseparable. Until one day, Arturo gets mad at her and tells her to go to China and never come back. That night, Lulai can’t stop crying. Why did he say such terrible things? Will they be able to go back to being soulmates? Two witty characters suffer the common tribulations that happen daily at recess. With tenderness, realism, and a good dose of humor, Elvira Lindo creates a story that both children and adults will identify with." Learn More
  44. Amigos del barrio

    Amigos del barrio
    Lecturas gráficas / Graphic Readers - Level K–1

    Learn about the destructive effect non-native animals have on native plants and animals when they invade an environment. Learn More
  45. Amorcitos Sub-14

    Amorcitos Sub-14
    Serie Azul - Level 9-12

    Divided into three parts, this book of verses, rhymes, letters, and even electronic messages, tells the feelings of joy and sadness that young love provoke. Childhood sweethearts, first kisses, platonic loves, and the first breakup are captured in these poems. Finally, a sweet, innocent book about first romance, perfect for young romantics. Learn More
  46. Ana Banana y yo

    Ana Banana y yo
    Serie amarilla - Level K–3

    The young boy in this story is afraid of many things, but his friend Ana is just the opposite, exuberant and full of life. A heartwarming story. Children's Choice selection. Learn More
  47. Ana, ¿verdad?

    Ana, ¿verdad?
    Serie morada - Level 3–5

    3. Right to a Name and a Nationality. Ana finds herself in a place where things have strange names, and people have customs that are very different from hers. Ana is criticized for being different. The authorities decide she must become like them. She must learn new customs and answer to a new name. Upset, Ana rebels. Learn More
  48. Analízalo: prueba de materiales

    Analízalo: prueba de materiales
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 4–5

    Experiments are the focus of this title, which explains how they are conducted by using the scientific method of forming a hypothesis and collecting data to prove or disprove the theory. The Periodic Table is introduced, as are mixtures, solutions, and compounds. Learn More
  49. Analyze This: Testing Materials

    Analyze This: Testing Materials
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 4–5

    Experiments are the focus of this title, which explains how they are conducted by using the scientific method of forming a hypothesis and collecting data to prove or disprove the theory. The Periodic Table is introduced, as are mixtures, solutions, and compounds. Learn More
  50. Animal Adaptations
  51. Animal Habitats
  52. Animal Invaders

    Animal Invaders
    Exploremos la ciencia / Let's Explore Science - Level 4–6

    Learn about the destructive effect non-native animals have on native plants and animals when they invade an environment. Learn More
  53. Animal Opposites

    Animal Opposites
    Fácil de leer / Easy to Read - Level K–2

    There are big animals and small ones, tall animals and short ones. Some live in trees. Some eat plants. In this book we explore how animals are different from each other, what they do, and what they eat. Learn More
  54. Animal Science

    Animal Science
    Exploremos la ciencia / Let's Explore Science - Level 4–6

    This title introduces students to the world of agriscience, with in-depth information on how animal science affects our daily lives. Also gives a wide array of careers in this growing field, from biology to genetics to zoology. Learn More
  55. Animales invasores

    Animales invasores
    Exploremos la ciencia / Let's Explore Science - Level 4–6

    Learn about the destructive effect non-native animals have on native plants and animals when they invade an environment. Learn More
  56. Animales muy normales

    Animales muy normales
    Serie amarilla - Level 2–3

    Each animal has some characteristic that makes it spectacular. In the farm, forest, garden, jungle, steppe, or river, this book tests children’s—and adults’—knowledge of animals, wherever they might live. By way of riddles, different characteristics of an animal are presented so that together, children and adults can put two and two together and figure out the answers. Learn More
  57. 9781641011235

    Antología Poética. Antonio Machado
    Serie roja - Level 6–12

    This anthology compiles Machado’s most influential poems, spanning his entire literary career. It also includes a study that synthesizes the poems' historical and cultural context, outlines a biography of the author, collects the opinions of prestigious critics, and is completed with a timeline and an annotated bibliography. This is an ideal introduction for young readers that will give them access to the works of one of the greatest poets of the “Generation of 68.” Learn More
  58. Antón Pirulero

    Antón Pirulero
    Puertas al Sol / Gateways to the Sun - Level K–6

    A wonderfully illustrated anthology that includes poems, rhymes, and songs written by marvelous Hispanic poets such as Isabel Freire de Matos, Humberto Ak'abal, Amado Nervo, and Ernesto Galarza. Learn More
  59. Apártate

    Apártate
    Lecturas gráficas / Graphic Readers - Level K–1

    Lecturas gráficas DE IMPACTO combine engaging topics, exciting illustrations, and carefully leveled text appropriate for young readers. This series includes titles from a variety of genres—nonfiction, adventure, mystery, riddles, etc.—and provides cross-curricular connections to Math, Social Studies, and Science topics. Learn More
  60. Apple Trees and the Seasons

    Apple Trees and the Seasons
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level K–1

    Emergent readers explore what happens to an apple tree during each season. Learn More
  61. Aquí vivo yo

    Aquí vivo yo
    Fácil de leer / Easy to Read - Level K–2

    Join Marcela as she takes us on a tour around the town where she lives. She shows us the school, the park, the library, and many other places. She also tells us what she does in each place. Learn More
  62. 9781641012256

    Árbol del trópico
    Serie roja - Level 6–12

    This anthology brings together the best texts by the Mexican author who left his mark on the Latin American avant-garde. In the selected poems, we see the loving gaze of the poet on the beauty of nature in Mexico. The ideas about freedom and the desire to live that this work reflects will turn out to be very interesting for young readers. Learn More

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