Discover the Waters of Nebraska invites readers to spend a day as a Nebraskan farmer; to investigate a tornado through the story of storm researcher, Dr. Josh Wurman; to travel the “Flyway Highway” as a Sandhill Crane; or to photograph the state’s “water wonders.” Other topics include the Ogallala aquifer, Nebraska’s 13 watersheds, wetlands, water history (e.g., glaciers, Native People, Lewis and Clark, windmills and the Dust Bowl) and the protection of the state’s precious water resources. Discover the Waters of Nebraska is 24 pages filled with colorful, fun activities and stuff you just never knew about this amazing state. If you’re not a “Cornhusker,” you may want to become one after discovering Nebraska and its waters. Learn More
Learn all about the river marking the boundary between the U.S. and Mexico. From its explorer's journal to its descriptions of habitats and wide range of activities, it’s a great teaching tool in any language. Learn More
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They both live in California coastal ecosystems! From help for kelp to coastal critters, Discover California Coastal Ecosystems shows why the coast is the most. Fun-filled activities teach students about the biology, ecology and history of the shores of the Golden State. Learn More