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  1. Cómo funcionan los ecosistemas

    Cómo funcionan los ecosistemas
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 3–4

    This title explains what an ecosystem is and how the plants and animals within an ecosystem rely on and effect its existence. Different types of ecosystems are described, as well as the food webs within them. How some changes to an ecosystem can be good and how some harmful changes can destroy them. Teaches students what an Important role they can play In keeping these intricate ecosystems alive. Learn More
  2. Cómo los humanos dependen de la Tierra

    Cómo los humanos dependen de la Tierra
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 4–5

    The importance of plants and our dependence on them not only for food but also for our clean air and water are discussed in this title. How crops and plants have been genetically modified to resist disease and insects. The impact humans have on our Earth and what we can do to reduce the use of our nonrenewable resources are discussed. Learn More
  3. Cómo medir la materia

    Cómo medir la materia
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 3–4

    Matter is anything that has mass, and this title teaches students about how temperature affects the different states of matter and why. Talks about the International System Of Units and measuring mass and volume. Learn More
  4. Cómo nació el arco iris

    Cómo nació el arco iris
    Cuentos para todo el año / Stories the Year Round - Level K–3

    The author magically combines scientific facts with a fable about cooperation in this enchanting tale. Learn More
  5. Como un salto de campana

    Como un salto de campana
    Serie azul - Level 5–8

    Pancho is a Chilean boy who lives in Germany with his parents. His grandfather lives in a small coastal town in Chile. They write to each other about their lives and dreams. Through the loving and rich relationship between these two characters, readers will learn interesting facts about life in the so-called “Old” and “New” Continents. Learn More
  6. Cómo vivían los romanos

    Cómo vivían los romanos
    Altea Benjamín - Level 3–5

    Introduces life in ancient Rome including their houses and cities, commercial activities, clothing, education, entertainment, and expansion. At the end, a poem to ancient Rome by Spanish poet Francisco de Quevedo. Learn More
  7. Comprensión de los modelos

    Comprensión de los modelos
    Exploremos la ciencia / Let's Explore Science - Level 4–8

    Learn how models extend understanding of scientific concepts and enhance presentations. Learn More
  8. Conoce a Cristóbal Colón

    Conoce a Cristóbal Colón
    Personajes del mundo hispánico / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World - Level 3–8

    Few people have had as much impact on history as Christopher Columbus. Columbus was convinced that his idea of traveling west from Europe was going to change the world, but not even he was able to imagine how much. He died without knowing that he had discovered a new continent, inhabited by many peoples with new ways of thinking and living. Who was this man who managed to get the king and queen of Spain to pay for a voyage that, in the opinion of the experts, was a crazy idea? Do you want to get to know Columbus? Open this book and start reading! Learn More
  9. Conoce a Gabriel García Márquez

    Conoce a Gabriel García Márquez
    Personajes del mundo hispánico / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World - Level 3–8

    Can you imagine a shipwrecked sailor living on air and seaweed for eight days? Can you imagine a trail of yellow butterflies fluttering their wings to songs of love? Once, there was a little boy named Gabito who could. Gabriel Garcia Marquez is perhaps one of the most brilliant writers of our time. He is a tremendous figure, enormously talented, and unabashedly admired. This is his story, lovingly told, for children to enjoy. Using the imagery from his novels, Monica Brown traces the novelist's life in this creative nonfiction picture book from his childhood in Colombia to today. This is an inspiring story about an inspiring life, full of imagination and beauty. Learn More
  10. Conoce a Gabriela Mistral

    Conoce a Gabriela Mistral
    Personajes del mundo hispánico / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World - Level 3–8

    A quiet, shy, and humble little girl grew up to become a very important writer. How important was she? She was the first Latin American writer to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature, the most prestigious award in the world given to writers ! Learn More
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    Conoce a José de San Martín
    Personajes del mundo hispánico / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World - Level 3–8

    José de San Martín is the Libertador of Argentina, Chile, and Peru. He was born in the Americas to Spanish parents and returned with his family to Spain when he was only six years old. Even though he was only a little boy when he left the Americas, his love for the country of his birth was so strong that he abandoned a brilliant military career in Spain to join his countrymen in the war for Independence. Learn More
  12. Conoce a José Martí

    Conoce a José Martí
    Personajes del mundo hispánico / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World - Level 3–8

    José Martí was barely 16 years old when he began to fight for the independence of his homeland through his writing. At 17 he was declared an enemy of Spain and sentenced to six years of prison and hard labor. But that did not stop him. Martí dedicated his life to defending Cuba’s right to independence. Today he is remembered and honored as a man of integrity—brilliant and courageous—and as a lover of freedom and peace. Would you like to get to know Martí? Open this book and start reading! Learn More
  13. Conoce a Miguel de Cervantes

    Conoce a Miguel de Cervantes
    Personajes del mundo hispánico / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World - Level 3–8

    Four hundred years ago, Miguel de Cervantes wrote a magnificent adventure novel called Don Quixote. His novel, which is still read and studied in many countries today, is considered the most important work of Spanish literature ever written. The life of this talented writer was like an adventure novel itself; he was a soldier, a tax collector, and even spent some time in jail! Learn More
  14. Conoce a Pablo Neruda

    Conoce a Pablo Neruda
    Personajes del mundo hispánico / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World - Level 3–8

    Pablo Neruda was a senator, a consul, an ambassador, a scholar, and one of the most famous poets in the world. But even though he was a very important man, he never forgot his inner child. Neruda collected books and other objects as if they were toys; he used to paint a moustache on his face using burnt cork; he loved birds, and, one time, he even tamed a mongoose… Learn More
  15. Conoce a Pablo Picasso

    Conoce a Pablo Picasso
    Personajes del mundo hispánico / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World - Level 3–8

    El pintor español Pablo Picasso es considerado uno de los artistas más importantes y revolucionarios del siglo XX. Más de veinte mil obras suyas pueden apreciarse en museos de todo el mundo. Desde muy pequeño demostró tener un talento artístico increíble. Su padre era pintor y, desde que Pablo era muy joven, le permitía terminar sus obras. Pablo Picasso murió en 1973, pero su trabajo continúa influenciando a muchos artistas en la actualidad. ¿Quieres conocer a Picasso? ¡Abre este libro y empieza a leer! Learn More
  16. Conoce a Simón Bolívar

    Conoce a Simón Bolívar
    Personajes del mundo hispánico / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World - Level 3–8

    Simón Bolívar is known as El Libertador because he freed an enormous territory—an area that today is shared by six South American countries—from the yoke of the Spanish Empire. Palomo Blanco, his horse, and Nevado, his dog, were his faithful companions throughout this difficult and heroic feat. Learn More
  17. Construcciones duraderas

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

    Learn how structures are being built to withstand nature's destructive forces. Learn More
  18. Construir casas verdes

    Construir casas verdes
    Exploremos la ciencia / Let's Explore Science - Level 4–6

    Learn about eco-friendly building materials and techniques and the science behind them. Learn More
  19. Construyamos una pirámide: Las máquinas simples

    Construyamos una pirámide: Las máquinas simples
    Click Click: Ciencia Básica / Basic Science - Level 2–5

    Describes how simple machines, such as levers, pulleys, incline planes, and wheels are used to make work easier. Learn More
  20. Contacto: La electricidad

    Contacto: La electricidad
    Click Click: Ciencia Básica / Basic Science - Level 2–5

    Describes the production of electricity and its use in our daily lives, as well as safe and economical ways to handle electrical devices. Learn More
  21. Copión

    Copión
    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. Corre, nada, vuela

    Corre, nada, vuela
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level K–1

    Emergent readers learn how some living things move in water, in air, and on land. Learn More
  23. Corsarios de Levante

    Corsarios de Levante
    Capitán Alatriste - Level 6–12

    This long-awaited sixth installment of the best-selling series “Capitán Alatriste”—which follows the escapades of Captain Diego Alatriste—is seen through the eyes of a fellow privateer who served with Alatriste in the galleys of Naples. It is a story of skirmishes, privateers, boarded ships, and sackings during a time where Spain was revered, feared, and hated in the easterly seas; where the devil had no color, no name, and no flag; and where the only thing needed to summon hell on earth (or sea for that matter) was a Spaniard and his sword. It was a time where men went about their tasks without meddling in governmental, philosophical, or theological affairs—a time where men were soldiers. Learn More
  24. Country and City

    Country and City
    Fácil de leer / Easy to Read - Level K–2

    In this book we get to know two children. One lives in the country and the other in the city. You will find that their lives are very different, but they are similar as well. Learn More
  25. Cruzando el Pacífico

    Cruzando el Pacífico
    Gary Soto - Level 5–8

    In Japan for the summer to practice the martial art of kempo, Lincoln sometimes feels like little more than a brown boy in a white gi. But with the help of his Japanese “brother,” Mitsuo, Lincoln sees that people everywhere, whether friends or kempo opponents, share passions much like his own—for baseball, family traditions, and new friendships. Learn More
  26. Cuáles animales

    Cuáles animales
    N/A - Level K–1

    "Brawny sweet / comes all disheveled… Calm stone in no hurry / his shirt is very hard…" In this book, animals are reinvented by illustrator Juan Gedovius, who invites readers to observe the world with a different view and to find the new in the known and the surprise in the familiar. The reader will be delighted, discovering in the images the answers to the ingenious riddles written in verse. Learn More
  27. Cuando callaron las armas

    Cuando callaron las armas
    Serie roja - Level 9–12

    Twelve astonishing, human tales about the daily lives of children who live in the middle of serious political conflicts in various parts of the world. These stories about Israel and Palestine, Afghanistan, Colombia, Chechnya, Bosnia, Liberia, Sudan, Rwanda, Northern Ireland, Iraq, Sri Lanka, and Spain make up a moving, unprecedented book in Latin American children's literature. Learn More
  28. Cuando Hitler robó el conejo rosa

    Cuando Hitler robó el conejo rosa
    Serie azul - Level 5–8

    Hitler’s arrival to power is going to radically change the lives of Anna and her family. To escape from the horrors of the Nazis, they must abandon their country and leave behind many beloved things, like Anna’s stuffed bunny … and with it, her childhood. When Hitler Stole Pink Bunny is one of the most widely read novels by young people around the world—a work that is overflowing with emotion and sincerity. 1974 Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis Award / 2012 Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to children's literature and Holocaust education Learn More
  29. Cuando Mack conoció a Mac (Libro + CD)

    Cuando Mack conoció a Mac (Libro + CD)
    Leer en español / Introductory Level - Level 6–12

    "Mack is curious and daring. He loves to travel and get to know other cultures. In this instance, he goes to Easter Island, then returns to Santiago, Chile; finally flying to Buenos Aires to visit his grandson Tim. On this trip, he gets to know the moais of the Rapa Nui civilization, the most typical places in Buenos Aires, and also the mysterious man named Mac. This book is part of the Leer en español series, Introductory Level (less than 300 words)." Learn More
  30. Cuentos clásicos juveniles

    Cuentos clásicos juveniles
    Serie Roja Anthologies - Level 8–12

    This anthology includes stories from such well-known authors as Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Guy de Maupassant, and Leo Tolstoy. Learn More
  31. Cuentos en verso para niños perversos

    Cuentos en verso para niños perversos
    Serie naranja - Level 4–6

    Did you think Cinderella married the prince and lived happily ever after, or that the three little pigs outsmarted the wolf? Think again! Master storyteller Roald Dahl adds his own darkly comic twists to six favorite tales, complete with rambunctious rhymes and hilarious surprise endings. Included in the ELA Common Core Text Exemplar list. Learn More
  32. Cuentos inolvidables según Cortázar

    Cuentos inolvidables según Cortázar
    Serie Roja Anthologies - Level 8–12

    A collection of very diverse works, this anthology is a gathering of short stories from different time periods that Cortázar labeled as unforgettable. The basis for the selection is, of course, determined by his famed essays, one of which is included here: “Some aspects of the short story (1962-1963).” Learn More
  33. Cuentos latinoamericanos

    Cuentos latinoamericanos
    Serie roja - Level 9–12

    Gabriel García Márquez, Adolfo Bioy Casares, Alejo Carpentier, Julio Cortázar, Jorge Luis Borges, and Juan Rulfo contribute Latin America’s finest contemporary short stories in this anthology. Learn More
  34. Cuentos para celebrar (Spanish Audio)

    Cuentos para celebrar (Spanish Audio)
    Cuentos para celebrar / Stories to Celebrate - Level K–6

    Now with two audio CDs containing the complete reading of all the titles in the collection, and cheerful pieces of authentic music related to each holiday. Learn More
  35. Cuentos para todo el año CD AUDIO

    Cuentos para todo el año CD AUDIO
    Cuentos para todo el año / Stories the Year Round - Level K–3

    This CD contains the complete collection of audio for Cuentos para todo el año. Learn More
  36. Danny el campeón del mundo

    Danny el campeón del mundo
    Serie azul - Level 5–8

    Danny is convinced he has the most wonderful father in the world. But one day his dad tells him a secret that gets Danny in a whole lot of trouble: he becomes a poacher of the local landowner's pheasants. Learn More
  37. Datos asombrosos acerca del sonido

    Datos asombrosos acerca del sonido
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 4–5

    This title introduces students to the basic concept of sounds: how sounds can be heard but not seen; how sound is a form of energy that is transmitted through sound waves, which travel through your eardrum to be heard; how sound travels through air and at what rate of speed. Useful examples are given throughout to help students understand the concepts. Learn More
  38. Day and Night

    Day and Night
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level K–1

    Emergent readers learn about the cycle of day and night. Learn More
  39. De carta en carta

    De carta en carta
    Serie morada - Level 3–5

    There once was a boy named Pepe and his grandfather José, and neither knew how to read or write; this was not uncommon in their town. One day, they had an argument and, in order to communicate with each other, they hired Miguel, a man whose job was to read and write for illiterate people. Many letters were passed from one to the other while Pepe paid Miguel by going to school, and José paid him with flowers from his own garden. At the end of the whole ordeal, Pepe kept going to school, learned how to read and write, and wrote a letter to the government asking for a pension for his grandfather. Learn More
  40. De hielo a vapor

    De hielo a vapor
    Exploremos la ciencia / Let's Explore Science - Level 4–8

    This book discusses solids, liquids, and gases; changing states of matter; water, and the weather and evaporation. Learn More
  41. De Victoria para Alejandro

    De Victoria para Alejandro
    Serie azul - Level 5–8

    Victoria is the daughter of a Roman senator who must travel to Jerusalem to collect the inheritance left to her by her grandfather, a Hebrew scribe converted to Christianity. Her family tries at all costs to marry her off to her cousin to keep the inheritance. Nevertheless, she is in love with a Christian slave to whom she writes letters describing her personal experiences. Learn More
  42. Demasiadas manzanas

    Demasiadas manzanas
    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
  43. Desde el ojo del pez

    Desde el ojo del pez
    Serie azul - Level 9–12

    Max travels to Buenos Aires to study, but his real motive is Teresa. Upon arriving, he moves into a cheap room, whose window reminds him of a fish-eye lens, from which he observes the city. This story, defined by its author as a novel about the loneliness of youth, offers a look at the transition toward adulthood, far from all idealism, that both young and old can identify with. A deeply sensible short novel that reflects a young man’s path to maturity as he fights to reach his dreams. Learn More
  44. Después de la tormenta

    Después de la tormenta
    Cuentos para todo el año / Stories the Year Round - Level K–3

    In the aftermath of a storm, a plucky seed survives and teaches readers about how seeds become flowers. Learn More
  45. Detectives al almuerzo

    Detectives al almuerzo
    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
  46. Detente y sigue, rápido y lento: Mover objetos de diferentes maneras
  47. Días con Sapo y Sepo

    Días con Sapo y Sepo
    Sapo y Sepo / Frog and Toad - Level K–3

    Frog and Toad, the likable duo, fly kites, clean the house, and tell ghost stories together. They even learn about the value of being alone. Frog is more perceptive than Toad; his supportive manner with his friend shows that personal differences don’t have to get in the way of friendship. Learn More
  48. Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

    Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos
    Dictionaries - Level 3–8

    This easy-reference tool includes principal synonyms and antonyms for more than 20,000 words grouped alphabetically by meanings. It also indicates the level of word usage, such as learned, colloquial, or vulgar words. Slang and Americanisms are also included. Ideal for writing assignments and vocabulary development. Learn More
  49. Diccionario Salamanca. Edición 2006

    Diccionario Salamanca. Edición 2006
    Dictionaries - Level 8–12

    This dictionary is the most up-to-date work of its kind and offers over 70,000 clear and precise definitions. Questions about usage are addressed, as well as contemporary idioms, acronyms, and Spanish-American lexical variations. Learn More
  50. Dichos de bichos

    Dichos de bichos
    Serie amarilla - Level K–3

    Flea, bumblebee, termite… small, marvelous, strange bugs, full of surprises. The author provides a playful, poetic introduction, but with a scientific foundation, to these beings that are so close and yet so unfamiliar. The illustrator uses the technique of nierikas, typical yarn paintings from the Huichol culture, to accompany the text harmoniously, achieving an original aesthetic and literary design. Learn More
  51. Dioses y héroes de la mitología griega

    Dioses y héroes de la mitología griega
    Serie azul - Level 4–6

    Greek myths have withstood the passing of time. Even today, they captivate readers of all ages because of their ability to portray the human spirit in settings that appeal to our wildest flights of fancy. In this work, Ana María Shua masterfully relates the most beautiful mythical stories: the creation of the universe, the birth of the Olympian Gods, and the adventures of brave heroes such as Heracles, Theseus, and Odysseus—who will have to fight against unspeakable monsters— and their own destinies. Learn More
  52. Doble Fudge

    Doble Fudge
    N/A - Level 5–8

    “I love money,” is five-year-old Fudge’s new theme song. He’s going to dress as a miser for Halloween and has made big plans to buy the entire world (or at least Toys “R” Us). Fudge’s new obsession with cash is driving his older brother Peter crazy! But life really spins out of control when Peter and his family run into their long-lost relatives, the Howie Hatchers of Honolulu, Hawaii. Now Peter has to deal with Flora and Fauna, his annoying twin cousins who burst into song at the drop of a hat, and their weird little brother, named Farley Drexel Hatcher—just like Fudge! Their names aren’t the only similarity, and before long, mini-Fudge is causing just as much trouble as Fudge always has! This newest book starring Peter and Fudge is one wild ride! Learn More
  53. Doctora Judy Moody

    Doctora Judy Moody
    Judy Moody - Level 3–5

    Judy Moody has a mood for every occasion, and in her latest adventure she is in a medical mood! That’s because her class is studying “the amazing human body.” Judy, who idolizes Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman doctor, can hardly wait to begin her science project. Learn More
  54. Don Juan Tenorio (Libro + CD)

    Don Juan Tenorio (Libro + CD)
    Leer en español / Level 3 - Level 8–12

    Who is the most skilled swordsman and conqueror of women: Don Luis de Mejía or Don Juan Tenorio? They have made a bet to find out. Now all Sevilla awaits the arrival of these two men who fear neither the laws of men nor those of God himself. Level 3 • Up to 1000 words Learn More
  55. Don Quijote de la Mancha (Edición adaptada y anotada)

    Don Quijote de la Mancha (Edición adaptada y anotada)
    Serie naranja - Level 5–12

    Reading Don Quixote has never been easier and funnier! Cervantes’s extraordinary and immortal novel is presented to young readers (ages 12 and up) with all the fascination of the original story, yet with a linguistic simplicity that ensures comprehension and enjoyment. The text has been adapted and the chapters have been selected to focus on the interest of this age group without disrupting the basic plot. The notes explain terms and historical references with a humorous tone, which adds to the pleasure of the reading. Learn More
  56. Don Quijote de la Mancha I (Libro + CD)

    Don Quijote de la Mancha I (Libro + CD)
    Leer en español / Level 3 - Level 8–12

    Seated upon his scrawny and decrepit horse, and accompanied by the pragmatic Sancho Panza, Don Quijote rides the roads of Spain where hostels become castles, herds become armies, and windmills become giants. Learn More
  57. Don Quijote de la Mancha II (Libro + CD)

    Don Quijote de la Mancha II (Libro + CD)
    Leer en español / Level 3 - Level 8–12

    The extended stay of Don Quijote and Sancho Panza with the dukes—and the dukes’ mockery of the valiant errant knights—constitutes the core of Part II. Dulcinea is bewitched, and Sancho will become the governor of an island. Learn More
  58. Don Quijote para siempre

    Don Quijote para siempre
    N/A - Level 3–8

    An old man from La Mancha goes crazy after reading too many books about knights and chivalry. Believing himself one of those heroes, he leaves to travel all around Castilla in search of adventures with his squire, Sancho. With this book written in verse, children will start to connect with one of the most important works in world literature: Don Quijote de la Mancha. Learn More
  59. Dos historias y un final (Libro + CD)

    Dos historias y un final (Libro + CD)
    Leer en español / Introductory Level - Level 6–12

    "Janet and Marcela are going on vacation to Miami. There Marcela is going to work in a music school in Little Havana and Janet is going to study classical guitar. On the other hand, Gary and Andy are going to travel to Spain. They want to visit Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Granada, and many more cities! This book is part of the Leer en español series, Introductory Level (less than 300 words)." Learn More
  60. Earth Is Tilting!

    Earth Is Tilting!
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 2–3

    Intermediate readers learn about the relationship between the Earth, Sun, and Moon in greater detail. Learn More
  61. Earth's Changing Surface

    Earth's Changing Surface
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 1–2

    Early readers examine how volcanoes, earthquakes, and erosion change the surface of the Earth. Learn More
  62. Eating and the Digestive System

    Eating and the Digestive System
    Mi biblioteca de ciencias / My Science Library - Level 4–5

    This title addresses how we need food to fuel our bodies. It teaches students what happens during the digestive process: how the saliva starts the process and how the stomach and intestines break down food so it can be digested properly. Also talks about the digestion systems of animals, both herbivores and meat-eaters. Learn More

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