If you could have an adventure in London, where would you go? Curious kids will find plenty to see, learn, and explore in this fun and illustrated pick-your-own-path travel guide series!
Would you hop on the Tube to visit Buckingham Palace, find a tasty lunch on Brick Lane, or pass the time with Big Ben?
In Robert Burleigh's nonfiction picture book Wilbur Wright Meets Lady Liberty, illustrated by Wendell Minor, two American icons meet during Wilbur Wright's dramatic flight circling the Statue of Liberty.
Halley's Comet tells its own history in this unique STEM book
Halley's Comet, visible from Earth only once every 75 years, tells its own story in this unique informational picture book. With each return of the comet, the book highlights human life at that time, and how science has advanced toward a greater understanding of our universe.
Land ho! Discover what the Age of Exploration was all about in this wonderful addition to the bestselling Who HQ series!
Join fourteen incredible female explorers on their journeys around the world, and learn about the life-changing discoveries they made against all odds.
An astronaut who completed spacewalks on two Hubble missions tells his inspiring story in this middle grade adaptation of his bestselling adult memoir, Spaceman: An Astronaut's Unlikely Journey to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe. Fans of The Right Stuff and Apollo 13 will be thrilled by this astronaut's real life adventure.
Uncover the secrets of the Titanic in this fascinating exploration for kids 8 to 12
Brush off the cobwebs and take an adventure tonight, with 30 real-life stories of danger and intrigue.
Travel back in time and across thousands of miles to escape quicksand, survive a desert storm, and reach the summit of Everest with this diverse collection of real-life stories from men and women from past and present.
Imagine You Were There—Walking on the Moon helps readers imagine what it was like to actually be part of the historic Apollo 11 Moon landing.
Two-time Sibert Honor winner Don Brown has crafted a graphic history of the world's geology with a humble groundhog tour guide, leading readers through the planet’s natural history and stages of the Earth’s evolution, as well as the incredible natural forces constantly at work.
Almost 14.5 billion years ago, it all started with a Big Bang and what began as a
What is a rock? And what's the difference between a rock, a mineral, and a gem? Kids are sure to discover the answer in this addition to our Smithsonian First Discovery Books Every page of the board book is filled with interesting facts from the different layers of rocks which make up the earth, to the identification of precious and semi-precious gems.
Inventions change people's lives. But the stories told about how they were invented are often wrong. That story you heard of an overnight success took years of hard work and countless failed attempts to create. Discover the true stories behind inventions from the lifesaving gas mask to the thrilling Super Soaker.