Educational: Humanities and social sciences, general

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Can You Believe It?

For today's tech-savvy kids, here's the go-to resource for navigating what they read on the internet.

Should we believe everything we read online? Definitely not! And this book will tell you why. This ...

What If Soldiers Fought with Pillows?

By (author) Heather Camlot
Illustrated by Serge Bloch
Categories: Children’s / Teenage: Social issues

What if the impossible were actually possible? What if we turned our dreams into action? What if our imagination could help solve real-world crises, like war, famine, and human rights violations?

Through ...

Eyes and Spies

Eyes and Spies looks at the way information and data is collected and used by individuals, governments, companies, and organizations. Each chapter covers one aspect of the subject, from data collection ...

Fired Up about Capitalism

There is no alternative to free-market capitalism. At least, that’s what we’ve been told since the 1980s, when Margaret Thatcher first declared the debate over. Politicians daily declare it, journalists ...

Sanctioned Ignorance

“There is no such thing as ‘the ivory tower. ’ Rather, there sit side by side numerous windowless towers of knowledge, each seeming to have only a small entrance and no discernable exit. ”  – ...

The Secret Life of Money

By (author) Kira Vermond
Illustrated by Clayton Hanmer
Designed by Samantha Edwards
Categories: Early years: numbers and counting

If discussing money is a difficult task for adults, it’s doubly so where kids are involved. Not only is the subject loaded with cryptic jargon (mortgages? Bull markets? Huh?), but it often fails to ...

The World Today

This exciting new student textbook presents a contemporary global look at human geography. The World Today: Its People and Places connects your students to different cultures and geographical areas and ...

Boys in the Pits

By (author) Robert McIntosh
Categories: General and world history

Boys in the Pits shows the rapid maturity of the boys and their role in resisting exploitation. In what will certainly be a controversial interpretation of child labour, Robert McIntosh recasts wage-earning ...

21st Century Skills: Learning to Learn Big Book

This book teaches Learning Skills for Global Competency by being creative and standing out from the crowd with dynamic traits like adaptability and flexibility. The lessons on Learning Communication and ...