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- Attention-grabbing titles covering a wide variety of topics that are sure to have readers coming back for more!
- The BOLT sets support Common Core, STEM, and Next Generation Science standards.
Satisfaction Guarantee You may return any of the items purchased from the World Book Bookstore for a full refund within fifteen (15) days of receipt of your order. Packaging Guidelines Please adhere to the following guidelines when packaging your items for return to World Book:Return Shipping Address Generation-Z.gr (Chondrogiannis Athan.- Koutsonas Athan. O.E.) Attn: Returns Mykalis 7 str. Marousi, Attica 15124
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Return Shipping Method World Book recommends you use xxx courier or Insure Parcel Post for your return shipment. Return Shipping Costs If the return of your item(s) is a result of our error, World Book will arrange and pay for return shipping charges. Please call Customer Service at 2103009681 to report a return of product due to our error and to receive special shipping instructions. The shipping charges for all other returns shall be paid for by the customer. Credits/Refunds Your return will be refunded to your credit card upon receipt of your returned item(s). Please keep a copy of your original order or order number until proper credit has been applied to your credit card in the event it is needed for tracing purposes. Once we have processed your returned item(s) and refunded your credit card, we will notify you via e-mail. If you have any remaining questions regarding returns, please call 2103009681 to speak with Customer Service.
Big events in history can sometimes seem too complex to understand. History Summarized makes some of the world’s major events and conflicts comprehensible. The central events, principal causes, main players, and lasting outcomes are described through story and facts in concise text and well-chosen illustrations. This often includes historical images, informative maps, and special features. Books in Series
- Arab-Israeli Conflict
- Cold War
- Colonialism and the Rise of Developing Countries
- Korean War
- Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq Wars
- Russian Revolution of 1917
- Vietnam War
- World War I
- World War II–Asian and Pacific Fronts
- World War II–European and North African Fronts
With two-page colorful illustrations, World Book’s Learning Ladders series is for young learners looking to learn the basics about nature, science, and their communities. Each nonfiction book was created for three- to six-year-olds to learn about topics they’re most curious about. Each book in the 10-volume series features colorful illustrations, fun facts, and easy to understand sentences. Words in bold type help early readers build vocabulary skills.
Fly kites in Beijing, grab a hot dog in Chicago, and dance the tango in Buenos Aires. Ayo the aardvark leads younger readers on a tour of 10 world-class cities. Each volume describes the history, people, and culture of a particular city. Ayo serves as a lovable guide, pointing out fun, educational, and kid-friendly sights and adventures in each destination. Ayo’s Awesome Adventures serve both as travel guides and as virtual vacations to faraway places. Books in Series
- Beijing: Capital of China
- Buenos Aires: City of Fair Winds
- Cape Town: Mother City
- Chicago: The Windy City
- London: City on the Thames
- New York City: The Big Apple
- Rabat: Capital of Morocco
- St. Petersburg: City of Bridges
- Sydney: Harbor City
- Vancouver: Gateway to the Pacific
Expand your collection of the most popular sets from Bolt 1, 2, 3 and introduce new topics to the collection. From huge long necks to flying reptiles, prehistoric animals were amazing. Compare their features, and see which ones were the strongest, fastest, and hungriest! Books in Series
- Armored Dinosaurs
- Duck-Billed Dinosaurs
- Flying Reptiles
- Horned Dinosaurs
- Long-Necked Dinosaurs
- Two-Legged, Meat-Eating Dinosaurs
With bright and colorful comic-book-style pages, World Book’s Building Blocks of Physical Science series makes complex STEM lessons exciting for young learners with a primary reading level grades 3 through 5. Each nonfiction book pairs humor and action with scientifically accurate information to make even the most difficult topics amusing and easy to understand. Kids will eagerly learn the fundamentals of physics through such volumes as Energy, Magnetism, and Matter and How It Changes. Helpful glossaries and indexes in each volume direct readers to the most important terms and topics. Materials for further exploration are suggested in lists of additional resources. Give budding scientists a head start with World Book’s fun Building Blocks series!
Powerful, angry, and legendary gods and goddesses from ancient stories still excite us today. Kids can learn about them in the BOLT set Gods of Legend. From fighting giants to throwing lightning, find out what these mythical heroes were known for. The books in the BOLT 2 series feature high-interest topics that students with a 3rd through 5th grade primary reading level will return to again and again. Each six-volume set focuses on a particular topics such as popular dog breeds, mythology, sports, robots and more! The easy-to-read infographics make complex STEM subjects easy to understand. Packed with dynamic photos, charts, diagrams, fun facts, and infographics, these high-interest books are designed for young readers and feature stories that will have them return to again and again. Book Set Titles Included
Young readers (pre-K to grade 2) of the gorgeously illustrated series It’s a Wildlife, Buddy! follow whimsical characters in fun-to-read stories that teach about animal behavior. Students go directly to the source to learn about hibernation from Mattie the Polar Bear or get diet tips from Josh the Anteater. Books in Series
- Ben the Beaver
- Bob the Penguin
- Buster the Kangaroo
- Celia the Tiger
- Harry the Wolf
- Josh the Anteater
- Lizzie the Elephant
- Mattie the Polar Bear
Picture this: Your face on the front page of the paper with the caption, "The only person to find Bigfoot!" Professor Abner Normal has all the tricks to lead readers on an educational (and unconventional) safari in search of the world’s most mysterious creatures. Book in Series
- The Bunyip
- The Chupacabra
- The Jersey Devil
- The Loch Ness Monster
With its reader-friendly and interactive approach, Be a Leader presents an engaging and motivating introduction to the importance of leadership and provides examples, showing that every kid can find opportunities to be a leader. Each book highlights practical and easy ways to develop and utilize leadership skills in daily life. Books in Series
- Leadership at Home
- Leadership at School
- Leadership in Sports
- Leadership on the Playground
Building Blocks of Mathematics is a fun series of mathematics books from World Book! Quirky characters drawn in comic-book style introduce basic mathematics concepts in this six-volume series of books. Story problems help students with a primary reading level of 3 through 5 develop a fundamental understanding of mathematical operations and teach them techniques for solving real-life math problems. Designed in collaboration with elementary mathematics education experts, this series is appropriate for kids who are just beginning to learn math concepts, as well as older readers who can benefit from review and reinforcement.