The Unwritten Books Series
Follow the adventures of Rosemary Watson and Peter McAllister; two friends who find themselves drawn into strange worlds of fiction, myth and time. These urban fantasy novels are perfect for readers ages nine and up. Learn more at the official Unwritten Books series’ website.
- The Unwritten Girl, 2006, the Dundurn Group
- Fathom Five, 2007, the Dundurn Group
- The Young City, 2009, the Dundurn Group
From Crabtree Publishing: “Mystery Files provides exciting and readable stories about mysterious events and phenomena. Each story is told within a spread so readers can dip into the book or read from cover to cover. The topics range from ancient times to the present day and include both well-known and less familiar mysteries. Each spread has a Mystery File box, which may offer a rational explanation for the mystery, explain some of the background history to set the mystery in context, or look at how the mystery has been explored in books and movies. The text is carefully tailored for reluctant readers. In addition to the glossary and index, each spread contains definitions of more difficult words.”
- Impossible Science, 2013 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
- Hidden Worlds, 2013 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
- Secret Signs, 2013 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
Your Guide to Government
From Crabtree Publishing: “Your Guide to Government takes a vast and complex topic and presents it in an easy-to-follow series for young readers. The four titles in this series are packed with plenty of full-color images and clear text to help deliver meanings and messages behind government. All aspects of American government, from its origins in the Constitution to citizens’ civil rights are carefully explained in a manner children will absolutely understand and enjoy.”
- What is the Executive Branch?, 2013 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
- What is the Legislative Branch?, 2013 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
Engineering in Action
From Crabtree Publishing: “Electrical engineering employs the largest number of engineers. This field of engineering covers everything related to electrical devices, systems, and the uses of electricity. This innovative book gives readers insight into this exciting profession and includes information on pioneers in the world of electricity, new technologies, and innovations. Budding engineers are introduced to the basic concepts of electronic circuitry and learn to build their own electric circuits.”
From Crabtree Publishing: “From Crabtree Publishing: “Get behind the wheel of some of the most exciting cars on the road today! Superstar Cars is a dynamic, high-interest series that provides an in-depth look at the history, design, and performance of some of the world’s most recognizable automobiles.”Crabtree Chrome is an innovative new series designed for reluctant, under-confident readers who read several levels below their actual grade. Created in collaboration with reading specialists, Crabtree Chrome recognizes the unique literacy needs of struggling middle school and early high school students. The series is designed to support these readers as they build the skills needed to evaluate, summarize, and communicate knowledge for different purposes. The titles include high-interest, timely topics with curriculum and core-subject applications.”
From Crabtree Publishing: “Get behind the wheel of some of the most exciting cars on the road today! Superstar Cars is a dynamic, high-interest series that provides an in-depth look at the history, design, and performance of some of the world’s most recognizable automobiles.”
From Amazon: “This engaging new title tells the story of Lamborghini - from the humble background of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini to the brand’s modern reputation as one of the most stylish supercars. This title includes information about racing history, prototypes, and technical specifications. Stunning full-colour photographs capture the essence of this coveted supercar.”
The Science of Nutrition
From [Crabtree Publishing][http://www.crabtreebooks.com): “Minerals are essential to maintaining good health. They boost our immune systems, support normal growth and development, and help cells and organs function. This engaging title explores the roles of key minerals, such as calcium, iron, potassium, and magnesium. The book also explains where minerals come from, how our bodies process them, and the differences between macrominerals and trace minerals.”
From Marshall Cavendish Children’s Books: “Our eyes help us look at the world, but there is still much that we cannot see. Some things are practically invisible because they are so small, but bigger things can be nearly invisible, too. The Invisible Worlds series explores the unseen “worlds” that exist around us. Ancient artifacts and buried bones are hidden underground, while invisible forces—such as earthquakes and winds—shape life on Earth. Some of these worlds are microscopic details inside atoms and molecules, plants, animals, and the human body. Each book in the series is vividly illustrated with photographs and micrographs. Difficult science concepts are explained using easy-to-understand text and helpful illustrations. The series offers plenty of information for reports, while giving readers a different view of the fascinating world around them.”
- Earth’s Secrets, 2010 (Library Binding)
From Crabtree Publishing: Mysteries Revealed takes readers into a hidden world of knowledge. Find out the truth behind myths, misunderstandings, and many other puzzles from science, nature and history.
- Animal Mysteries Revealed, 2010 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
- Earth Mysteries Revealed, 2010 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
- Space Mysteries Revealed, 2010 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
- Also in the series: History Mysteries Revealed by Natalie Hyde, Human Body Mysteries Revealed by Natalie Hyde and Technology Mysteries Revealed by Jill Bryant.
From Crabtree Publishing: Extreme Nature takes readers to the most fascinating places the world has to offer! Learn about the unique features of each extreme environment, including the plants, animals and people that live there.
From Crabtree Publishing: “Introduces the science behind popular sports, enables children to learn about science through something that genuinely interests them; magazine-style design and accessible text will engage reluctant readers.”
Science Solves It
From Crabtree Publishing: “Science Solves It encourages reluctant readers to develop literacy skills and fosters an interest in science by looking at popular and exciting applications of the subject, such as saving wild animals, forensic science, and sports technology. The books introduce very basic concepts and terms with full, clear, age-appropriate explanations, stimulating interest by relating key scientific principles and processes to the real world. Each book in Science Solves It opens up an exciting area of science, nature, and technology, and relates the key science to real life.”
- Rescue Missions, 2008 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
- Saving Endangered Plants and Animals, 2008 (Paperback) (Library Binding)
- Also in the series: Crimebusting and Detection and Miraculous Medicines, by Helene Boudreau, Solving the Mysteries of the Past, by Gerard Aksomitis, and Sports Champions, by Linda Aksomitis.