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Presents a Spanish language version of the World Book Encyclopedia.
Offers a kids' version of the popular encyclopedia.
Features animated picture books with sound, music, and narration, so children can read or be read to.
Searches the contents of several databases at once, so elementary school students can find information on topics including animals, history, people, places, math, stories, and more.
Contains information on science, including biology, chemistry, environmental science, physics, and more.
Offers elementary school students back issues of magazines and periodicals with lexile information.
Recommends fiction and nonfiction books to young readers based on books they’ve liked in the past, their interests, and their reading levels. Includes guides and recommendations based on Common Core.
Explores science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space through the publications of National Geographic Kids.
Offers middle school students back issues of magazines and periodicals, including primary source documents, with lexile information.
Searches the contents of several databases at once, so elementary and middle school students can find information on topics including animals, geography, current events, math, and language arts.
Features information on countries, states, and provinces, including recipes, customs, country data, and government information.
Pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction titles from Scholastic to create a great resource for parents and early readers.