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  • Building Housesby Moira Anderson

    Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99

    Houses and other buildings are often built on plots of land. Some houses are made of bricks, which are three-dimensional shapes. The study of shapes is called geometry, and architects must know a lot about different kinds of shapes and how they fit together. There are many steps that go into making a house. First they lay the foundation, and then they... more...

  • Egyptby Shirley Jordan

    Shell Education 2007; US$ 8.99

    Ancient Egyptian civilization first began along the Nile River when nomads grew tired of the dangers of traveling and settled into villages for safety. They constructed the great pyramids and were strong mathematicians. Because of the location of Egypt, pharaohs had constant problems protecting the land from intruders, and Egypt was eventually conquered... more...

  • Mesopotamiaby Christine Mayfield

    Shell Education 2007; US$ 8.99

    Mesopotamia was located in the Middle East. It was made up of empires such as the Babylonian Empire, Assyrian Empire, Persian Empire, and Phoenician Empire. Each empire made contributions and influenced the world as it exists today. more...

  • Indentured in Americaby Corinne Brown

    Shell Education 2006; US$ 6.99

    Charles is a young boy sold into servitude when his parents die coming to America. He befriends a slave, Henry, and together, they learn the value of sacrifice for that which they value most—their own freedom. A sailor, Adam, risks his freedom to help them achieve theirs. more...

  • Investigating Plate Tectonicsby Greg Young

    Shell Education 2007; US$ 8.99

    We live on Earth’s crust, but there are other layers beneath the crust. They are the mantle and the outer and inner core. In 1915, scientist Alfred Wegener said that about 200 million years ago, Earth once had a single landmass. Hot, molten magma under the surface of the crust pushed the plates apart at a crack in Earth’s crust and, eventually,... more...

  • Investigating Electromagnetismby Elizabeth Cregan

    Shell Education 2007; US$ 8.99

    Electromagnetism is the combined power of electricity and magnetism. Almost everything we do—from watching television to using a computer—is affected by electromagnets. In the 1830s, scientist Michael Faraday proved that electricity and magnetism are different ways to observe a unified force that he called electromagnetism. more...

  • The World of Elements and Their Propertiesby Lynn Van Gorp

    Shell Education 2007; US$ 8.99

    There are 90 different elements, like the oxygen that we breathe, that can be found in nature. When two or more elements combine, they are held together by a chemical bond and form a compound. In 1869, chemist Dmitri Mendeléev organized the elements into a chart that is known as the Periodic Table of Elements. more...

  • World War Iby Lisa Zamosky

    Shell Education 2007; US$ 8.99

    World War I, or the Great War, began in Europe as a military rivalry between France and Germany. As other countries took sides and joined the conflict, the war grew and became worldwide. In 1917, the United States entered the war in an effort to make the world safe for democracy, and afterwards it became a world power. more...

  • Winston Churchillby Wendy Conklin

    Shell Education 2007; US$ 8.99

    When Adolf Hitler began raising his army, one of the first people who sounded the alarm was Winston Churchill. After France fell to Hitler, Churchill held strong and worked to build up his army. Time and time again, Hitler offered a peace deal to Churchill in hopes that Churchill would leave him alone and back out of the war. Each time Churchill refused,... more...

  • Expanding the Nationby Jill Mulhall

    Shell Education 2005; US$ 8.99

    The westward expansion of the United States included obtaining several areas of land, including the Louisiana Territory, Texas, the Gadsden Purchase, and Alaska. These acquisitions changed the course of America forever. more...