This Is the Tower that Frank Built Audiobook

This story, written through poetry, introduces children to the amazing building that Frank built in New York. Readers will enjoy reading about this magnificent place that has...

The Ugly Duckling Audiobook

Meet a fluffy little fellow who is not like any of the other ducklings! This beautifully illustrated fiction reader introduces children to the classic tale, The Ugly Duckling....

Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning (Second Edition)

Narrated by the author, Dr. Sharroky Hollie, this abridged audiobook version of Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning (2nd Edition) provides teachers with...

The Cold War

The Cold War was a different kind of war that lasted for more than 40 years. Countries did not shoot at one another, but they spied on and competed against one another. It was a...

John Henry

The race is on between railroad worker, Mighty John Henry, and a drilling machine, as both drill through a mountain to make way for the railroad. Find out who wins in this fun,...

Winston Churchill

When Adolf Hitler began raising his army, one of the first people who sounded the alarm was Winston Churchill. After France fell to Hitler, Churchill held strong and worked to...

Postcards from Bosley Bear Building Fluency through Reader's Theater

This is the story of Bosley Bear and his travels to Washington, D.C. After working hard at Mt. Rushmore, Bosley decides to take a much needed vacation. With the help of his...

The Fox and the Crow

A hungry fox comes upon a crow sitting in a tree. The crow holds a piece of cheese in its beak. The fox would like to eat that cheese. Of course, the crow also wants to eat the...

Healthy Habits, Healthy You

What can you do to stay healthy and safe? Learn about healthy habits such getting the right amount of sleep, brushing your teeth, and wearing your seatbelt. Discover what it...

Still Marching Strong: Women in Modern America

For centuries, women’s work was limited to the home. There were strict limits on what they could do and who they could become. Those who tested the limits faced harsh...

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