Go Here Instead: The Alternative Travel List offers travel enthusiasts off-the-beaten-path recommendations to replace some of the world’s more popular and crowded venues.
Fun with National Parks provides fun, factual information about all 63 national parks. Young readers will soak up America’s wild & protected places…
A is for Arches: A Utah Alphabet takes readers on an unexpected journey from past to present, exploring the hidden gems of Utah!
How Does Chocolate Taste on Everest? takes young readers on a sensory-filled adventure around the world, stopping to experience 11 of the most extreme areas on Earth.
From natural formations to man-made structures, National Monuments of the USA celebrates (and educates) through a diverse sampling of historically, culturally, and scientifically important landmarks in the United States.
Africa: From the Nile Delta to Table Mountain offers readers a visual pilgrimage to every corner of Africa—our planet’s second-largest and second-most populated continent.
Fun with 50 States is like a history and geography class disguised as an activity book for kids!
In Polar: Wildlife at the Ends of the Earth, readers embark on a month-by-month journey to learn about wildlife living at opposite ends of our amazing planet.
Diversity is at the heart of this book. Written as a series of rhymes laced with the facts, this picture book highlights the diversity of the national parks through lyrical prose.
The National Parks Scavenger Hunt challenges park-goers to keep their eyes peeled, pairing educational snapshots of 63 national parks with…
Based on actual events, The Camping Trip that Changed America shares the story of how President Theodore Roosevelt’s camping trip in Yosemite Valley, along with naturalist John Muir, led to the creation of protected lands within the United States.
For many, the idea of running away from home in search of a new life is a childhood right of passage. For Sam Gribley, it’s more than just an idea—he’s really doing it!