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America Enters World War I (Seeds of Change in American History) by Carol Domblewski
American Communities Across Time: A Homesteading Community of the 1880s by Gare Thompson
American Communities Across Time: A Suburban Community of the 1950s by Gare Thompson
American Communities Across Time: A Whaling Community of the 1840s by Gare Thompson
American Communities Across Time: An Immigrant Community of the 1900s by Gare Thompson
American Communities Across Time: Communities Across America Today by Sarah Glasscock
Ancient Civilizations: The Maya in the Past and Present by John Perritano
Blue or Gray?: A Family Divided by Kate Connell
Bright Ideas: The Age of Invention in America 1870-1910 (Crossroads America) by Ann Rossi
Building the Transcontinental Railroad (Seeds of Change in American History) by Monica Halpern
Civilizations Past to Present: China by National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
Civilizations Past to Present: Greece by Kevin Supples
Civilizations Past to Present: India by Ann Rossi
Civilizations Past to Present: Japan by Helen Byers
Civilizations Past to Present: Mali by Kevin Supples
Civilizations Past to Present: Mexico by Kevin Supples
Civilizations Past to Present: Peru by Helen Byers
Civilizations Past to Present: Rome by Kevin Supples
Civilizations Past to Present: The Viking World by Ann Rossi
Climate by Beth Geiger
Colonial Life: The Adventures of Benjamin Wilcox by Barbara Burt
Communities Around the World: Caracas, Venezuela by Elspeth Leacock
Communities Around the World: Coober Pedy, Australia by Elspeth Leacock
Communities Around the World: Durban, South Africa by Elspeth Leacock
Communities Around the World: Galway, Ireland by Elspeth Leacock
Communities Around the World: Shingu, Japan by Elspeth Leacock
Crunching Numbers (Math Behind the Science) by Rebecca L. Johnson
Decoding Data (Math Behind the Science) by Rebecca L. Johnson
Documents of Freedom: The Bill of Rights by Judith Lloyd Yero
Documents of Freedom: The Constitution by Paul Finkelman
Documents of Freedom: The Declaration of Independence by Judith Lloyd Yero
Documents of Freedom: The Emancipation Proclamation by Marianne McComb
Documents of Freedom: The Mayflower Compact by Judith Lloyd Yero
Earth Science: Earth in Space by Glen Phelan
Earth Science: Earth's Changing Land by Beth Geiger
Earth Science: Earth, Sun, Moon by Glen Phelan
Earth Science: Exploring Space by Kate Boehm Jerome
Earth Science: Introduction to Weather by Pamela Bliss
Earth Science: Ocean Exploration by Rebecca L. Johnson
Earth Science: Rocks and Minerals by Glen Phelan
Earth Science: Stars by National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
Earth Science: Stars and Galaxies by Ellen Fried
Earth Science: The Oceans Around Us by Kate Boehm Nyquist
Earth Science: Uncovering Earth's History by Glen Phelan
Earth Science: Volcanoes and Earthquakes by Kate Boehm Jerome
Earth Science: Weather and Climate by Rebecca L. Johnson
Egypt, In the Past and Present by John Perritano
The Eruption of Mount St. Helens (Eyewitness) by Rebecca L. Johnson
Everyday Science: More Science of You by Kate Boehm Jerome
Everyday Science: Science Around the House by Kate Boehm and Vince Sipkovich Jerome
Everyday Science: Science at the Airport by Amy Sarver
Everyday Science: Science at the Aquarium by Kate Boehm Jerome
Everyday Science: Science at the Grocery by Amy Sarver
Everyday Science: Science at the Mall by Amy Sarver
Everyday Science: Science at the Park by Kate Boehm Jerome
Everyday Science: Science at the Sandy Shore by Kate Boehm Jerome
Everyday Science: Science at the Zoo by Kate Boehm Jerome
Everyday Science: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Everyday Science: The Science of You by Kate Boehm Jerome
Explore the Midwest by Peter Roop
Explore the Northeast by John Perritano
Extreme Weather (Earth Science) by Glen Phelan
Global Warming (Science Issues Today) by Rebecca L. Johnson
Great Migration (Seeds of Change in American History) by Monica Halpern
Greek Civilization: 1250-300 B.C. by National Geographic
Human Body: Fighting Disease by Kate Boehm Jerome
Human Body: From Cells to Systems by Rebecca L. Johnson
Human Body: Keeping Fit by Peter Winkler
Human Body: Making Healthy Choices by Carolyn Newton
Human Body: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Human Body: The Human Machine by Catherine Stephens
Human Body: Understanding the Brain by Kate Boehm Jerome
Immigrants Today (Seeds of Change in American History) by Ann Rossi
The Industrial Revolution 1790-1850 (Seeds of Change in American History) by Susan Washburn Buckley
Inventions That Changed the World by National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
Jamestown and the Virginia Colony (Seeds of Change in American History) by Daniel Rosen
Kids Make a Difference: Kids Are Citizens by National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
Kids Make a Difference: Kids Are Consumers by Marita Garey
Kids Make a Difference: Kids Communicate by National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
Kids Make a Difference: Kids Manage Money by Ellen Keller
Land Around Us: Coasts by Mary Tull
Land Around Us: Deserts by Mary Tull
Land Around Us: Mountains by Mary Tull
Land Around Us: Plains by Mary Tull
Land Around Us: Rivers and Lakes by Mary Tull
Land Around Us: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Language, Literacy & Vocabulary - Reading Expeditions (U.S. History and Life): The Thirteen Colonies (Language, Literacy, and Vocabulary - Reading Expeditions) by Kate Connell
Learning about Ocean Animals (On Assignment) by Rebecca L. Johnson
Life Science: Amazing Animals by Kate Boehm Nyquist
Life Science: Animal Adaptations by Peter Winkler
Life Science: Animal Life Cycles by Kate Boehm Jerome
Life Science: Animals and Their Adaptations by Kate Boehm Jerome
Life Science: Classification Clues by Catherine Stephens
Life Science: Ecosystems by Nancy Finton
Life Science: Exploring Ecosystems by Kate Boehm Jerome
Life Science: Life Cycles by Catherine Stephens
Life Science: Plant Power by Kate Boehm Nyquist
Life Science: Protecting the Planet by Kate Boehm Jerome
Life Science: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic
Life Science: World of Plants by Kate Boehm Jerome
Looking at Cells (Life Science) by Rebecca L. Johnson
Math Behind the Science: How Many Ants in an Anthill? by Kate Boehm Jerome
Math Behind the Science: Number Know-How by Kate Boehm Jerome
Math Behind the Science: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Math Behind the Science: Thinking it Through by Kate Boehm Jerome
Math Behind the Science: What's the Chance? by Ellen Fried
On Assignment: Journeying Into Rain Forests by Rebecca L. Johnson
On Assignment: Surviving Volcanoes and Glaciers by Rebecca L. Johnson
On Assignment: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
On Assignment: Tracking Animal Migrators by Rebecca L. Johnson
Our Journey West: The Oregon Trail Adventures of Sarah Marshall by Gare Thompson
Peering into Darkness (National Geographic Reading Expeditions) by Rebecca L. Johnson
People Who Changed America: Fight for Freedom by Daniel Rosen
People Who Changed America: The Anti-Slavery Movement by Ann Rossi
People Who Changed America: The Civil Rights Movement by Kevin Supples
People Who Changed America: The Progressives by Monica Halpern
People Who Changed America: Votes for Women by Ann Rossi
Physical Science: Chemical Changes by Rebecca L. Johnson
Physical Science: Energized! by Beth Geiger
Physical Science: Introduction to Energy by Glen Phelan
Physical Science: Looking at Light by Catherine Stephens
Physical Science: Machines Make It Move by National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
Physical Science: Matter, Matter Everywhere by Stephen M. Tomecek
Physical Science: Newton's Laws by Glen Phelan
Physical Science: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Physical Science: The Magic of Light and Sound by Rebecca L. Johnson
Physical Science: The Mystery of Magnets by Pamela Bliss
Physical Science: Understanding Electricity by Stephen M. Tomecek
Physical Science: Using Force and Motion by Glen Phelan
Physical Science: What Is Matter? by Glen Phelan
Planet Patrol: Antarctic Adventure by Rebecca L. Johnson
Puzzling Out Patterns (Math Behind the Science) by Rebecca L. Johnson
Science Issues Today: Endangered Species by GUAN JING RUI /( MEI GUO ) DI EN SI /( MEI )Nora L. Deans/(Deans) DI EN SI
Science Issues Today: Feeding the World by National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
Science Issues Today: Inside the Internet by Catherine Stephens
Science Issues Today: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Science Issues Today: Using Energy by Kate Boehm Jerome
Science Sleuths: Digging Up Secrets by Glen Phelan
Science Sleuths: Mystery at Summer Camp by Glen Phelan
Science Sleuths: The Case of the Smelly Water by Glen Phelan
Science Sleuths: The Midnight Menace by Glen Phelan
Science Sleuths: The Missing Lighthouse by Glen Phelan
Scientists in the Field: Johan Reinhard Discovering Ancient Civilizations by Rebecca L. Johnson
Scientists in the Field: Paul Sereno Digging for Dinosaurs by Rebecca L. Johnson
Scientists in the Field: Robert Ballard Discovering Underwater Treasures by Rebecca L. Johnson
Scientists in the Field: Sylvia Earle Protecting the Seas by National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
Scientists in the Field: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Scientists in Their Times: Building Tiny Transistors by Glen Phelan
Scientists in Their Times: Defining the Laws of Motion by Glen Phelan
Scientists in Their Times: Discovering Radioactivity by Kate Boehm Jerome
Scientists in Their Times: Finding the First Vaccines by Glen Phelan
Scientists in Their Times: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Scientists in Their Times: Uncovering the Structure of DNA by Glen Phelan
Sizing Up Shapes (Math Behind the Science) by Rebecca L. Johnson
The Southeast by Elspeth Leacock
The Spirit of a New Nation (Voices from America's Past) by Kate Connell
Travels Across America's Past: The Midwest by Kate Connell
Travels Across America's Past: The West by Gare Thompson
Two Cultures Meet: Native American and European (Seeds of Change in American History) by Ann Rossi
U.S. History and Life: Declaring Independence by Lesley J. MacDonald
U.S. History and Life: Go West! by Reyna Eisenstark
U.S. History and Life: Government in Action by Michael Frank
U.S. History and Life: Money and You by Peter Rader
U.S. History and Life: Road to Revolution by Francis Downey
Voices from America's Past: Missions and Ranchos - Early California Life by Gare Thompson
Voices from America's Past: Our New Life in America by Gare Thompson
Voices from America's Past: The Roaring 20s Life in Miami Beach by Gare Thompson
Voices from America's Past: The Underground Railroad by Barbara Brooks-Simon
World Cultures: Africa by Deborah Meade
World Cultures: North America by Minnie Ashcroft
World Cultures: South America by Carl Proujan
World Explorers: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
World Explorers: Travels to Distant Lands 1000-1400 by Stephen Currie
World Explorers: Voyages to the Indies 1400-1520s by National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
World History: Teacher's Guide & Assessments by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
World Regions, Geography and Environments: East Asia by Minnie Ashcroft
World Regions, Geography and Environments: Europe and Russia by Sherilin Chanek
World Regions: Africa by Sherilin Chanek
World Regions: North America by Steve Sheinkin
World Regions: Oceania and Antarctica by Carl Proujan
You and Your Genes (Life Science) by Rebecca L. Johnson

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