Cold places, cold-blooded animals, catching a cold, getting cold feet - how many ways are there to be cold?
Doctors today don't use leeches. Long ago, there were no big drug companies. But acupuncture, an ancient practice, is still helping people. Follow how medicine has - and has not - changed over time.
Everyone loves a good pizza! But where did pizza begin? Is it good for us? Learn all about one of our favorite foods.
From Captian Sullenberger to Spiderman - ordinary people doing extrodinary things. What makes a hero? This reader explores the qualities of a hero both in real life and in pop culture.
Cambridge University Press in partnership with Discovery Education has developed next generation graded Readers that will motivate and engage your students with high impact topics and video.
Music has always been important to people - and some animals! Explore the many ways music affects us, from whale songs to Yo-Yo Ma.
What does the word "hot" mean? From the Sahara Desert to heatstroke, from temperature to emotions, learn how heat affects our world.
Dinosaurs, Richard III, King Tut, the first humans to walk the earth ...discover what we can learn about the past by studying bones.
Beautiful music, energetic performers, memorable dancing - you can find it all in a Broadway show. Take a special look behind the scenes of New York City's theater world. Use your unique code to access the online reader, complete with videos and interactive exercises. Plus, download a free e-book version of the reader!
Fighting fire, gutting fish, feeding wild animals, mining coal -- could you do one of these wild and dangerous jobs? Learn all about them, and more!
Cambridge Discovery Education Interactive Readers are the next generation of graded readers - captivating topics, high-impact video, and interactive exercises designed to motivate and engage. Are you part of the digital generation? The Internet changed our lives in a very short time. Explore what the digital age means for you now, and how it might change...
Mummies from Egypt are famous. But other ancient cultures had them, too! Explore what we can learn about our history and our myths from mummies.
Nomads still live in parts of the world. Life on the move is challenging! Explore the cultures of nomads and why they live this way.Nomads still live in parts of the world. Life on the move is challenging! Explore the cultures of nomads and why they live this way.
Sharks aren't always as vicious as the ones you see in films! Explore the myths and and learn the facts about the ocean's most famous resident.
Video games, race car driving, yoga, soccer . . . are these all sports? Read about these activities and more, then decide: are they sports, games, or hobbies?
It was never just an innocent treat; sugar has had an effect on everything from our bodies to our economies to our cultures. This reader explores our obsession with sugar.
Living off the sea has shaped the lives and professions of the Japanese people. Come explore the traditions and the changing world of ama divers, tuna fishermen, sushi knife makers, and sushi chefs.
Come explore the dark side! Every day, we find ourselves in the dark exploring the universe, the animal kingdom, and even ourselves. This reader examines how human and animal life depends on darkness.
This reader explores the sources of light in space, and shows how light affects people and keeps our world going all day, all night.
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KNYGETA siųlo šiais 2017 metų vadovėlių serijas 1-12 klasėms ir papildomas mokymo priemones. Mes prekiaujame ne...
Nominated British Council ELTons Awards Innovation in teacher resources. Interactive is an exciting course for...
Eyes Open combines captivating video from Discovery EducationTM with a unique approach that opens up a whole new...
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