Most of us think babies, kittens, and puppies are adorable, but why? What makes something cute?
Sitting in traffic, finding a parking spot, paying for a parking spot . . . is it worth it? Traffic is a big problem in our cities. Can you think of some solutions?
From the cute and cuddly to the scaly and deadly, Australia is the home of the most memorable wildlife. This reader offers a glimpse into the lives of the distinct and unique animals that live in
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. Alaska is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. It's also one of the most dangerous. Mountains, bears, glaciers, and dog sledding: explore the natural beauty...
Sharks, puffer fish, polar bears, and the world's deadliest animal - the mosquito. Learn all about deadly animals, both big and small.
How fast is fast? Humans, cars, animals: they all have the ability to go fast. Come explore the many ways we can speed.
Do animals eat the way we do? Explore how cows and rabbits, seahorses, koalas, sharks, and more eat in ways that can be very, very strange to us.
Do you remember being a baby? When are you grown up? Learn how humans and animals grow from babies to adults, and what it means to be an adult in different cultures.
In 1937, pilot Amelia Earhart set out to fly around the world. She never returned. Can this timeless mystery be solved?
People hunt for food, but they also hunt for other reasons. This reader explores the different types and purposes of hunting, uncovering the wide variety of attitudes and perspectives surrounding this age-old practice.
Our world changes all the time, but not everything moves quickly. Sometimes it is better to go slow! This reader explores the ways nature and technology can adapt to a slow way of life.
Famous works of art, rare diamonds, gold from a fictional giant in the sky - come and explore the history of stealing and how our attitudes about it have changed.
The ancient world had seven "wonders" - amazing things made by people. Today, people don't agree about what the biggest wonders are. What do you think is a wonder?
Can teenagers dominate sports, movies, and even the business world? This reader shares the stories of some exceptional young people – regular kids who do incredible things.
How do you want to spend your vacation? Relaxing on a beach, whitewater rafting, at the carnival in Rio? Dream about your perfect vacation as you read!
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.
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.
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