Maybe you’re a parent looking for things to keep young minds busy (and learning) over the summer break. Maybe you’re a teacher looking for engaging resources for critical thinking and inquiry, for the coming school year. Either way,Learn more!
Full Name: Emma Goldman Born: 1896 Died: 1940 Hometown: Kovno, Russia Fave Subjects: Power, Right and Wrong, Fairness Career Highlights: educated herself after being told girls didn’t need to go to school became a famous writer, philosopher andLearn more!
Whether it’s because of a learning challenge, a particular learning style, or just a matter of taste, some kids have a hard time getting into reading. As parents and teachers, we want our kids to love books, andLearn more!
Just in time for summer reading (cue trumpets and confetti), we’re proud to announce announce the release of ThinkAboutIt1, the interactive eBook version of “Let the Thinking Begin!” It’s fun, it’s entertaining, and it’ll help you and your littleLearn more!
The end of the school year is approaching (in some places, it’s already upon us). Your kids are probably giddy with anticipation, and itching to spend their days in sweet repose. You, however, are probably a little onLearn more!
What’s better than being part of an award ceremony for prize-winning books from around the world? Finding out, on your way to that award ceremony, that your book won a fourth award. That’s right, Red T fans, whileLearn more!
Our little book is on a roll! This week, “Zoom In, Zoom Out” was given another award! We’re thrilled to have received a Nautilus silver medal (print version)! While we bask in all of this recognition, please check outLearn more!
We were thrilled when our latest book “Zoom In, Zoom Out” found its way to the list for the Reader Views Reviewers Choice Awards. You can imagine how elated we are to have won accolades for the eBookLearn more!
It is with great pride that we announce that our latest book, “Zoom In, Zoom Out” has been awarded Honourable Mention in the 2017/18 Reader Views Reviewer’s Choice Awards! This mighty little book is the result of theLearn more!
Teaching a kid to think critically sounds like a bit of a daunting task, one that’s best left to professional educators. There’s no doubt that it’s a crucial skill for 21st century learners, and as such, it belongsLearn more!