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.
If Walls Could Talk
If walls could talk, what stories would the Decatur House Slave Quarters have to tell?
Officer in Charge
The Manhattan Project was a vast operation, and the man chosen to oversee it was Brigadier General Leslie R. Groves. Here is his story.
Damn the Torpedoes
These famous words were uttered by Union rear admiral David G. Farragut at the Battle of Mobile Bay in 1864. What happened next was an incredible moment in American history.
Coming in Waves
Despite the efforts of anti-immigration groups, people from all around the world come to the United States for a better life. Here are a few of their stories.
Informational articles for middle school students study Science. Review the latest science news and hot trends. No audio included.
Intelligence Is Not Cheap…
Classified documents leaked by Edward Snowden have revealed the amount of money the U.S. spends on intelligence-gathering and surveillance. And that number is enormous. Read more about Snowden's revelations in this article.
How Does Your Fungus Glow
You might think that glowing mushrooms are a thing of science fiction. Well, they're real! Take a look for yourself.
What You Might Not Know about Fluoride
Fluoride helps strengthen your teeth! That's why our government puts it in the water. But too much can stain your teeth.
Calling all Martians
Real life Martians may not walk and talk like we humans do, but one thing is for sure. If they exist, they'll be tough critters, made to withstand the red planet's harsh environment.