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.
The origins of the name "Manhattan Project" will surprise you.
Did You Know
In the 1950s and 1960s, black women were fighting for their rights as African Americans and women. Here’s a look at some remarkable black females who made a difference.
Send in the Calvalry
Cavalry units played a central part in the Civil War. Read more about the cavalry to see how.
A. Philip Randolph
A. Philip Randolph worked tirelessly to advance equality for African Americans in the workplace. Here is his story.
Informational articles for middle school students study Science. Review the latest science news and hot trends. No audio included.
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.
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.
Photography Goes Viral
Digital photography is quickly changing the way we can experience the world. Take a gander for yourself!
When Baboons and Monkeys Move In
You might think baboons and monkeys are funny. Well, in some places they're a bit of a nuisance! Read about conservationists' efforts to help these displaced primates.