Offers eleven award-winning magazines for kids ages toddler to teen, including Cobblestone and Odyssey. These popular reading bundles package digital articles that can be read on all devices. Also celebrates the creativity of young readers with regular challenges and contests featuring their extraordinary work.
Informational articles for middle school students study American History. Review important American events and places. No audio included.
Building a “Book Palace”
Thanks to the dutiful efforts of intellectual gentlemen like Thomas Jefferson and Ainsworth Rand Spofford, the history of the Library of Congress changed for the better. Here's how.
Grant’s Overland Campaign
Led by General Ulysses S. Grant in the North and General Robert E. Lee in the South, the Civil War was a battle of wits and bravery. Read more about the treacherous battles here.
The Good Roads Movement
Bicyclists may have been responsible for the modern roads we have today. Find out how!
Fannie Lou Hamer
Despite being brutally beaten in 1963, Fannie Lou Hamer continued to fight for equality. Today, she's remembered as one of the proud voices of the civil rights movement.
Informational articles for middle school students study Science. Review the latest science news and hot trends. No audio included.
Some pet owners let their cats outside, free to roam. But the kitty cam proves that some serious consequences can result from doing so. Read more about why you should keep your kitty indoors!
Secrecy and the CIA
The Central Intelligence Agency’s real-life Directorate of Science & Technology takes care of all the CIA's science and technology needs.
Fallingwater was architect Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece. But by the end of the 20th century, the building was in danger of collapsing. Read about how engineers fixed it.
I Spy A Museum
At the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., you can learn about the science and history of espionage. Take a look at what you'll find there.