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.
Here's a brief history of "autocamping," a sensation that took the country by storm made possible the advent of the automobile.
Julian Bond has been involved with the NAACP since he was a child. He served as national board chairman of the organization for over a decade. Here's his story.
64 Days and $8,000
In 1903, Dr. Horatio Nelson Jackson made a bet that spurred a historical road trip for the ages. Read more about his expedition here.
Shaking Things Up
Elvis Presley's breakthrough performances riled critics at the time, but today he's remembered as one of the greats.
Informational articles for middle school students study Science. Review the latest science news and hot trends. No audio included.
Now You See It, Soon You Won't
New technologies might make invisibility possible. Take a look for yourself.
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.
Dogs and Cats Talkin’ the Talk
Dogs and cats might not be able to communicate the way we do, but if you pay attention, you might be able to understand how they're feeling with these helpful tips.
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.