September 21, 2009

Order America's National Parks- get Ken Burns' PBS Book ($50 value) FREE!

Click here for an exclusive offer from Enslow Publishers.

Why don’t you add America’s National Parks to your library? And if you order our entire series directly, we will include a complimentary copy of Ken Burns' PBS book, The National Parks: America’s Best Idea (Retail price $50) with your order for free!

Our series America’s National Parks explores the history of our country's greatest parks, the park’s wildlife and issues, and how to explore the park. These books are perfect for pleasure reading, reports, virtual field trips, or to help plan a trip.

September 16, 2009

The Obama Family Photo Album For Your Library!

Click on the link for a free gift when you order The Obama Family Photo Album!
The Obama Family Photo Album For Your Library!

September 15, 2009

Hispanic Heritage Month Begins Today!

Hispanic Heritage Month begins today, September 15, the anniversary of independence for five Latin American countries—Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Additionally, Mexico declared its independence on September 16, and Chile on September 18.

Check out Enslow's titles that can help celebrate this month:

Also, be sure to check out Bowllan's Blog on SLJ.

September 14, 2009

Derek Jeter beat Lou Gehrig's Record for Most Hits as a Yankee on Friday!

On Friday, Yankee's Derek Jeter hit his 2,273rd hit as a Bronx Bomber, surpassing legend Lou Gehrig's previous record. To read more about this historical night, click here:

For more information about Yankee's captain Derek Jeter, please visit to see the title Derek Jeter: Captain On and Off the Field.

Kanye West takes over Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the VMAs

Taylor Swift won a VMA for best female video. While on stage making her acceptance speech, Kanye West ran up, took the mic, and proceed to tell everyone that Beyonce deserved to win. Click here for more on it:

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September 09, 2009

President Obama Speech to Kids Yesterday: Links to Video & Full Text!

Yesterday, President Barack Obama addressed children all across the nation from Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia. Schools everywhere tuned in to listen to what the President had to say.

To see a video of Obama's speech, click here:

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To learn more about President Obama and his family, check out Enslow's series The Obama Family Photo Album here:

September 03, 2009

NSTA Review of Amazing Champion of the Earth Rachel Carson

National Science Teachers Association Recommends: Amazing Champion of the Earth Rachel Carson.
"Large type, captioned photographs, and simple sentences will make this book appealing to early/young readers or English language learners. But readers of all ages will find this book interesting and learn a bit more of this little-known America."
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September 02, 2009

I Can Name Bills and Coins

Author Rebecca Wingard-Nelson takes young readers through the denominations of American currency. In I Can Name Bills and Coins, part of the I Like Money Math! series, learn what different bills and coins look like, what they are called, and what they are worth. Colorful photos, free worksheets, and concise text help make learning about money a snap!

Enslow Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7660-3140-1
24 Pages
For grades 1-3

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September 01, 2009

The Greatest Doctor of Ancient Times: Hippocrates and His Oath

The writings attributed to Hippocrates document the beginnings of rational medicine. This biography introduces the man whose ideas set a course for medicine that still serves us today. Doctors still follow Hipprocates' practice of detailed observations of patients. We expect our doctors to follow the Hippocratic Oath.

Enslow Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-76600-3118-0
For grades 4-9
128 Pages

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August 31, 2009

How Many Pennies Make a Dollar?

How many pennies are in a dollar? How many nickels make a dime? In this great book of money combinations, How Many Pennies Make a Dollar? part of the I Like Money Math! series, young readers can learn how all of the different denominations of money relate to each other. There are also free worksheets along with full-color photos and easy-to-read text, which makes this a great way to reinforce math concepts to young students.

Enslow Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7660-3141-8
For grades K-3
24 Pages

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August 26, 2009


The new Enslow Publishers
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I Can Subtract Bills and Coins

Subtracting money can be easy with this great addition to the I Like Money Math! series. Learn how to subtract bills and coins with easy-to-read text and full-color photographs. Subtracting and money math both become fun and easy with this great book. This book also reinforces the concept of subtraction making it the perfect choice for any elementary math collection. A great additional bonus to this series: Free worksheets are available!

Enslow Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7660-3144-9
For grades K-3, 24 Pages

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August 25, 2009

Today is the 400th Anniversary of Galileo's Telescope

"In the fall of 1609 Galileo turned his telescope to the heavens, setting into motion a new kind of science: telescopic astronomy."
To read the full article, please visit
To see Enslow's title, Galileo Astronomer and Physicist, Revised Edition, please visit

Diane Chen of SLJ reviews Who On Earth is Aldo Leopold?

Diane Chen writes in her blog for SLJ, "Pratically Paradise":
"Once I began reading, I wondered again why publishers haven't shared more on Aldo Leopold. Then I remembered... Ah! publishers are publishing only the biographies that they have determined school librarians will purchase. They don't take huge risks these days."
To see the full review in Diane's Blog "Practically Paradise" click here:
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August 24, 2009

I Can Do Money Word Problems

Having trouble with word problems? Author Rebecca Wingard-Nelson makes money word problems easy with this great book, I Can Do Money Word Problems, part of the I Like Money Math! series. Easy-to-read text, full-color photographs, and free worksheets make this book a perfect solution for introducing word problems and money math. It is also great practice for solving word problems.

Enslow Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7660-3145-6
For grades K-3
24 Pages

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August 21, 2009

The Greatest Mathematician: Archimedes and His Eureka Moment

In this biography, by author Paul W. Hightower, meet Archimedes, one of the greatest minds of the ancient world. An original and profound thinker, Archimedes was a mathematician, a physicist, a mechanical engineer, and an inventor. He is most famous for proving the law of the lever and inventing the compound pulley. He is also famous for shouting "Eureka!" upon making a new discovery.

Enslow Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7660-3408-2
128 Pages
For grades 4-10

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August 20, 2009

Who On Earth is Sylvia Earle?

Named Time magazine's first "hero for the planet", Sylvia Alice Earle is a world-renown oceanographer. She was chief scientist for the U.S. NOAA from 1990-1992. In this biography, author Susan Reichard paints the life and work of Dr. Earle who expanded people's awareness of the importance of conserving our oceans and what we take out of them, demonstrating the interdependence of land and sea.

Enslow Publishers
ISBN: 978-1-59845-118-4
Grades 5 and up
112 Pages

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NSTA Review of Earthquakes: The Science Behind Seismic Shocks and Tsunamis

NSTA has reviewed Earthquakes: The Science Behind Seismic Shocks and Tsunamis.

"The engaging text begins with interesting information about the World Series Earthquake at Candlestick Park in 1989. Providing human connections to the consequences of Earth processes makes this series valuable for both science and reading classes."

To see the full review, please visit

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August 19, 2009

I Can Add Bills and Coins

Adding money is easy with this fun book in the I Like Money Math! series. Easy-to-read text, full-color photographs, and free worksheets help young readers learn how to add bills and coins. Great for any elementary math collection or for students who need extra help with money, math or addition.

Enslow Publishers
For grades K-3
24 Pages
ISBN: 978-0-7660-3143-2

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August 18, 2009

Early British Poetry

This collection, Early British Poetry--"Words that Burn" surveys British poetry from the early eighth through the middle of the nineteenth century, including fourteen poets such as Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare, William Wordsworth, and John Keats. It is part of Enslow's new poetry series called Poetry Rocks! This series shows students how to analyze poetry for greater understanding and enjoyment. The book includes biographical information, historical background, and several poems by each writer to introduce readers to a range of poems from this exciting era.

Enslow Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7660-3276-7
For grades 9-12
160 Pages

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