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Coasting Casey: a Tale of Busting Boredom in School. Shannon Anderson, illustrated by Colleen Madden, $14.99

“My teachers say I’m coasting, that I just do ‘well enough.’ But why do I want to waste my time on super boring stuff?” Casey is bright but doesn’t apply himself at school. Instead, he coasts — doing just well enough to get by, and ignoring homework and projects that don’t interest him. What does interest Casey is art. He loves to draw, make music, and create. Sometimes this enthusiasm interferes with learning and gets him into trouble. With help from his school principal, Casey learns to apply his passions to his schoolwork. Told in humorous rhyme, this lively story will speak to bored students and to any kid who can — and wants to — do better. The book concludes with tips and information to help parents, teachers, counselors, and other adults foster dialogue with any kid wrestling with underachievement.


Exam Stress? No Worries! Su Dorland, $23.95 (Includes audio CD)

Psychologist Su Dorland gives frazzled high school and college/university students insights into  the causes of exam anxiety, why some people get anxious about exams and why others  don’t, steps for coping with the two Ps (perfectionism and procrastination) and ways to finally free oneself from exam stress.

  • Includes a free CD with centering exercises, visualization techniques, and relaxation tracks
  •  Offers advice for students mixing work or other commitments with study, as well as off-campus students, mature students, international students, or students from migrant worker families

An important guide not simply for test-takers but anyone facing a stressful situation such as a job interview, a driving test, or a public speaking engagement.


First Grade, Here I Come! Tony Johnston, illustrated by David Walker, $8.50

A wacky rhyming story that is perfect for brand-new first grade kids, as they take their next big step back to school.

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First Grade Stinks! Mary Ann Rodman, $13.95

It is the first day of school and Hayley is excited. Things are different now. She isn't a kindergartener anymore; she is a big kid. She is a first grader. Hayley quickly finds out that first grade is different from kindergarten, but in all the wrong ways! The classroom isn't as bright and colorful. Ms. Gray doesn't seem to smile as much as her kindergarten teacher Ms. Lacey did. The work is hard and there isn't enough time to play outside. Worst of all, her best friend Ryan says he likes first grade! Finally, Hayley has had enough. "First grade stinks!" she shouts. The classroom is suddenly very quiet. "You're in trouble now," Ryan whispers. But to Hayley's surprise Ms. Gray doesn't look mad at all.


Get Organized Without Losing It. Janet Fox, illustrated by Steve Mark, $14.99 (ages 8-13)

In the quest for school success — not to mention a happy home life — kids have a lot to juggle: schoolwork, friends, activities, chores, bedrooms, electronics, lockers, and desks. Get Organized Without Losing It provides friendly, entertaining help for kids who want to manage their tasks, time, and stuff — without going overboard or being totally obsessed. Empower kids to:

  • conquer clutter
  • prioritize tasks
  • master their devices (not the other way around)
  • supercharge study skills, handle homework, and prepare for tests
  • stop procrastinating and start enjoying less stress and more success

How to Do Homework without Throwing Up. Trevor Romain, $12.95 (8-12)

Important truths about homework and practical strategies for getting it done — plus jokes and hilarious cartoons that make it all more bearable.

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Keep Your Eye On the Prize. Barbara Esham, illustrated by Mike & Carl Gordon, $24.99 (ages 4-8)

The biggest day of the year at Morecaster School is filled with ideas, hard work, and pressure — it's time for the annual science fair! Like many kids, Dylan is caught between doing his project on his own, and accepting help from his enthusiastic parents. This year he's determined to do all the work himself, even if it means his project won't be perfect.

Keep Your Eye on the Prize is an honest and humorous look at encouraging children to be independent in their work and proud of their results.


Learning How to Learn: How to Succeed In School Without Spending All Your Time Studying. Barbara Oakley & Terrence Sejnowski, $22.00

The wildly popular online companion course "Learning How to Learn" has empowered more than two million learners of all ages from around the world to master subjects that they once struggled with. Fans often wish they'd discovered these learning strategies earlier and ask how they can help their kids master these skills as well. Now in this new book for kids and teens, the authors reveal how to make the most of time spent studying.

We all have the tools to learn what might not seem to come naturally to us at first. The secret is to understand how the brain works so we can unlock its power. Filled with illustrations, application questions, and exercises, this book makes learning easy and fun. This book explains:

  • Why sometimes letting your mind wander is an important part of the learning process
  • How to avoid "rut think" in order to think outside the box
  • Why having a poor memory can be a good thing
  • The value of metaphors in developing understanding
  • A simple, yet powerful, way to stop procrastinating

Make the Grade: Everything You Need to Study Better, Stress Less, and Succeed in School. Lesley Schwartz Martin, $20.99

Every teacher, school, and class is unique, but there are certain things that successful students have in common no matter what. MAKE THE GRADE helps students everywhere stay on top of schoolwork by dissecting the school week as students actually experience it, and offering realistic solutions to common problems, from difficult teachers and over-booked schedules to boring homework and the endless variety of distractions. The book also includes sections on memory tricks, reading tips, note-taking, organization, and test preparation.

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Math Doesn’t Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail. Danica McKellar, $17.00

From a well-known actress and math genius—a groundbreaking guide to mathematics for middle school girls, their parents, and educators.

Danica McKellar’s mission is to be a math role model and demonstrate on a large scale that math doesn’t suck. In this fun and accessible guide, McKellar — dubbed a “math superstar” by The New York Times — gives girls and their parents the tools they need to master the math concepts that confuse middle-schoolers most, including fractions, percentages, pre-algebra, and more … ultimately revealing why math is easier and cooler than readers think.


My New School: a Workbook to Help Students Transition to a New School. Melissa Trautman, $29.95

Venturing into the unknown can be scary and when it comes to changing schools, it helps to have a plan. This workbook is a practical guide that will ease the transition and help you to make new friends.


New Kid, New Scene: a Guide to Moving and Switching Schools. Debbie Glasser & Emily Schenk, $13.50 (ages 8-13)

This book gives kids the ins and outs of navigating new surroundings, making new friends (as well as staying in touch with old ones), and finding a place that feels like your own. You'll learn ways to get adjusted and ease into your new school and surroundings. Every chapter is packed with stories from other kids like you, useful advice for when you are worried or upset, and quizzes to help you learn more about who you are. With a little help, you can be comfortable as the star in your new scene!

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The Owner's Manual for Driving Your Adolescent Brain. JoAnn Deak & Terrence Deak, $22.50 (ages 9-14)

A mind is a terrible thing to waste, so if you haven’t yet picked up your copy of The Owner’s Manual for Driving Your Adolescent Brain, here are a few good reasons to, ahem, think about it. This absorbing book by Drs. JoAnn Deak and Terrence Deak continues the lessons from Your Fantastic Elastic Brain, offering helpful insights into the brain as it enters its second decade.


Procrastination: Deal with It All in Good Time. Diane Peters & Jeremy Tankard, $12.95 (ages 12-16) http://www.parentbooks.ca/images/tiny%20maple%20leaf.JPG

Like everyone, kids sometimes put things off. It may be when they're tired, a task is unpleasant, or they simply don't know how to get started. Whatever the reason, procrastinating can create stress and conflict and erode the confidence of others. This book offers strategies for dealing with the conflicts that arise when people procrastinate.


Real Organized In a Jar® Helping You Get It All Together. Free Spirit Publishing, $14.99 (ages 9 and up)

Tips on how to create a less-mess zone to organize your life for success at home, in school, and wherever you go. Use REAL ORGANIZED IN A JAR whenever you need organizing help.

Organize Your Time cards: Everyone needs help managing time from time to time. These cards provide creative ways to organize your day and use your time efficiently. The better organized your time is, the more time you have to do the things you love!

Organize Your Space cards: Think of all the spaces in your life: bedroom, desk, locker, backpack, study area, etc. And your cyberspace, such as your computer files, email, and Internet bookmarks. These cards offer tips for organizing all of your life's spaces.

Organize Your Thoughts cards: These cards give practical advice for taking notes, making lists, and jogging your memory. They also help you record and follow through on your goals, desires, and ideas. Never let a brilliant thought get lost in your head again!

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Research Ate My Brain: the Panic-Proof Guide to Surviving Homework. Martha Newbigging, $9.95

The panic and doubt that comes with the assignment of a research project is no different today than it was decades ago. The advent of cyberspace, however, means that access to information today is greater and quicker than ever before, and that the way research is done has changed forever. How can students find their way through this information overload? RESEARCH ATE MY BRAIN is here to help. Written in a breezy, humorous style, this handy handbook shows students how to master the vast and complex resources that are available. Each chapter breaks the research process down into bite-sized pieces:

  • how to access invaluable library materials (books, journals, newspapers, databases, audio and video)
  • secrets to successful surfing online
  • how to identify and source reliable research sites
  • best bets for fact gathering
  • most importantly, evaluating and organizing all that information

School Made Easier: a Kid's Guide to Study Strategies and Anxiety-Busting Tools. Wendy Moss & Robin DeLuca-Acconi, $17.95 (ages 8-13)

Do you ever get nervous before a big test? Do you get butterflies in your stomach before giving a presentation? Do you ever lose track of papers? Do you cram to finish long-term assignments at the last minute? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this book is for you! School Made Easier will show you how to:

  • Understand your academic stress
  • Use "mind games" to feel less stressed and more confident
  • Problem-solve to cope with stressful situations
  • Organize your papers and files
  • Use executive functioning skills to make homework and studying easier
  • Manage your time wisely
  • Study more effectively
  • Stay calm and cool on test day
  • And much more!

Take a look inside, and start reducing your anxiety and increasing your confidence in school. Believe it or not, school can be less stressful — and even fun!


See You Later Procrastinator! Pamela Espeland & Elizabeth Verdick, $12.95

Everyone procrastinates, but it's never too late (or too soon) for kids to learn how to get stuff done, get organized, get control of their schedules, and just get started.

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Starving the Exam Stress Gremlin: a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook On Managing Exam Stress for Young People. Kate Collins-Donnelly, $21.95 (ages 10+)

Stressed out by exams? Then the exam stress gremlin is in town! Exam fears and worries are his favourite foods, and the more of these you feed him, the bigger he gets and the more stressed you become. But he can be stopped! Starve him of stress-related thoughts, feelings and behaviours and feel him and your stress fade away! This self-help workbook explains what exam stress is, how it develops and the impact it can have — providing the reader with an understanding of their own exam stress. Rooted in cognitive behavioural therapy, it is also bursting with strategies to help the reader manage their exam stress by changing how they think and act.

Starving the Exam Stress Gremlin can be completed independently by young people aged 10+ or with supervision, and with exam stress on the rise among our young people, this invaluable resource will also be of interest to school counsellors, teaching staff, youth workers and social workers and parents.


STEM Starters for Kids Series

The acronym “STEM” stands for (S)cience, (T)echnology, (E)ngineering, and (M)ath. These subjects are closely related to one another and are sometimes overlooked as critical subjects in education, often dismissed by students and teachers after primary education is completed. However, the need for these subjects in our society is crucial. The books in this series aim to pique the interest of children in these areas of study, stress the importance of these subjects, and help encourage children who are interested to continue within these fields as they grow and learn.

STEM Starters For Kids Art Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Art Facts. Jenny Jacoby, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters for Kids Engineering Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Engineering Facts. Jenny Jacoby, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters For Kids Math Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Math Facts. Jenny Jacoby, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters For Kids Physics Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Physics Facts. Jenny Jacoby, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters for Kids Science Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Science Facts. Sam Hutchinson, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters for Kids Science Experiments at Home: Discover the Science In Everyday Life. Susan Martineau, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $12.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters for Kids Technology Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Technology Facts.  Catherine Bruzzone, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

 

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Study Skilled... NOT!!! Julia Cook, $13.95 (ages 4-8)

Polar opposites, Cletus and Bocephus become study partners! Bocephus over studies and stresses about every assignment and test. Cletus studies as little as possible and puts off any preparation until the night before. Knowing that neither approach is effective, Cletus’ mom introduces them to powerful, hands-on, study tips called, “The Amazing Great 8!“ The boys then learn how good study skills can affect not only their grades, but also their attitudes and results.

Some children become overly stressed at the simple mention of a test, while others avoid thinking about it at all. Neither approach is healthy. Having good study skills can make a huge difference when it comes to succeeding in both school and in life. However, good study skills are not innate–they must be taught, embraced and cultivated. When children learn the correct way to study, they develop effective skills that can lead to a greater chance of success later in life.


Study Smarter, Not Harder, 3rd Edition. Kevin Paul, $21.95 http://www.parentbooks.ca/images/tiny%20maple%20leaf.JPG

Become the confident, super-learner you’ve always wanted to be:

  • Use the genius inside of you
  • Learn HOW to learn
  • Expand your memory capacity
  • Energize your brain

Summer Brain Quest: Between Grades K & 1. Megan Butler & Claire Piddock, $18.95

Summer Brain Quest: Between Grades K & 1 begins with a map that guides kids through a workbook filled with activities based on phonics, reading, writing, counting, shapes, seasons, habitats, map skills, and more! As you complete activities, you earn stickers to track your progress on the map. Jam-packed with exercises, outside activities, over 150 stickers, and a summer reading list, Summer Brain Quest: Between Grades K & 1 covers the core concepts so kids be ready for Grade 1.


Summer Brain Quest: Between Grades 1 & 2. Megan Butler & Claire Piddock, $18.95

Summer Brain Quest: Between Grades 1 & 2 begins with a map that guides you through a workbook filled with activities based on reading comprehension, writing, addition and subtraction, earth science, the seasons, telling time, and more! As you complete activities, you earn stickers to track your progress on the map. Jam-packed with curriculum-based exercises, bonus challenges, outside activities, over 150 stickers, a summer reading list, and a Brain Quest mini deck, Summer Brain Quest: Between Grades 1 & 2 covers the core concepts in English language arts, math, science, and social studies so kids keep essential skills sharp all summer.

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Super Coach Arty vs. The Shadow: Taking the Fear Out of Failure. Lorraine Thomas & Simon Greaves, $21.95 (ages 8-12)

My school day looks more like a prison sentence. There's a maths test later, and I'm rubbish at maths. I've even left my English homework on the kitchen table and that means trouble with Mr Tinns.

School can be a difficult and stressful place for a child, and sometimes they just need a little bit of help to manage it all. That's where Arty comes in. He's an inner coach, here to help each child achieve their very best. Offering children a creative way of helping to manage their own worries, Arty will help show children that they're not alone in their struggles and that they always have choices, even when stuff happens that they don't like. With practical guidance for parents and teachers on how to use the book and specific coaching activities, it is perfect for children aged 8-12, especially those who have a fear of failure.


Surviving Middle School: Navigating the Halls, Riding the Social Roller Coaster, and Unmasking the Real You. Luke Reynolds, $15.99

Author and teacher Luke Reynolds uses irreverent humor, genuine affection for middle-schoolers, and authenticity that bubbles over as he ties real-life experiences from his own time in middle school to the experiences he has from his many years as a teacher.

Covering topics like bullying, peer pressure, grades, dealing with difficult parents, and love and romance, this rare book reaches kids at a deeper level during an age when they are often considered too young to appreciate it. Readers will learn to find their own voice, begin to explore their genuine identity, and definitely laugh out loud along the way.


The Teen's Guide to Debating and Public Speaking. Claire Duffy, $19.99

Everything students, parents, and teachers need to know about debating and public speaking the best training ground for developing self-esteem and learning to look critically at big issues. Speaking well builds confidence and opens up a world of opportunity, in education, leadership, careers, and community and political engagement. In an increasingly competitive world, being a convincing, passionate, and persuasive speaker is essential to standing out from the crowd.

Claire Duffy not only demystifies the process but makes it fun. Learn all about the best ways to prepare for a debate or speech, the persuasive power of reason, the art of argument and rebuttal, and, when worse comes to worst, how to be gracious in defeat. Including practical tips from the pros and helpful step-by-step examples, this is the essential handbook for making every spoken word count.

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A Teen's Guide to Getting Stuff Done: Discover Your Procrastination Type, Stop Putting Things Off & Reach Your Goals. Jenifer Shannon, $23.95

In the midst of modern-day distractions like smartphones, social media, and endless hours of movie and television streaming, it’s no wonder you procrastinate! But despite what you may have heard, procrastination doesn’t make you a bad or lazy person. In fact, procrastination may even work for you sometimes — creating a sense of urgency that can help you focus. But if procrastination doesn’t work for you, it can get in the way of meeting your full potential — in high school, college, your career, and life. So, how can you get things done and be your very best?

In A Teen’s Guide to Getting Stuff Done, you’ll discover your procrastination type — warrior, pleaser, perfectionist, or rebel — as well as the unique strengths inherent in each type. If you’re a warrior, you love a good challenge, but may not be able to complete tasks you find uninteresting. If you’re a pleaser, you may be so concerned about disappointing others that you postpone doing something. If you’re a perfectionist, you may put things off because you’re worried about your work being judged by teachers, parents, or peers. And finally, if you’re a rebel, you’re driven by a strong sense of independence. By understanding your type and using the practical strategies laid out in each chapter of this book, you’ll be able to break the cycle of procrastination once and for all.

This isn’t a manual on how to please your parents, teachers, professors, or friends. This is a book to help you understand why you procrastinate, whether or not procrastination works for you, and if not, how to improve your work habits and really get things done. By helping you uncover your own unique strengths, this book will help you master your to-do list — and your life!


26 Tips for Surviving Grade 6. Catherine Austen, $9.95

Forget social studies, math, and science — this hilarious novel is about surviving some of the real problems Tween girls face in the sixth grade. Honest and heartwarming, the story follows eleven-year-old Becky Lennox over the course of the school year as she figures out how to survive friendships, first crushes, embarrassing parents and annoying older brothers.


28 Tricks for a Fearless Grade 6. Catherine Austen, $12.95

Dave Davidson's heart is in the right place. He believes it's his mission to cure his friends of their fears. But his solutions are hare-brained at best and often come with unintended and hilarious consequences. Afraid of dancing at the school dance? Dave's got ways to fix that: sprain an ankle, eat expired food to get sick, or even get yourself suspended for a few days. Have a public speaking phobia? Dave can fix that for you too: get laryngitis, forge a note from a therapist, or get your friends to hold up cue cards. This hilarious new novel will appeal to reluctant Tween readers, especially boys.

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Where Should I Sit at Lunch? The Ultimate Guide to Surviving the High School Years. Harriet Mosatche & Karen Unger, $22.95 (ages 13-17)

Everything teenagers need to know about surviving the four most dramatic and difficult years of their lives. Written especially for teens aged 13-17, this is the ultimate all-in-one survival guide for today's "desperate" high schoolers. The authors set the record straight on peer groups, part-time jobs, colleges, homework, family, friends, and rivals. WHERE SHOULD I SIT AT LUNCH offers real-life stories from teens and tips from teen-friendly experts. And yes, they tell them where to sit at lunch, too.


Your Fantastic Elastic Brain: Stretch It, Shape It. JoAnn Deak, illustrated by Sarah Ackerley, $26.95

This innovative and timely picture book teaches children that they have the ability to stretch and grow their own brains. It also delivers the crucial message that mistakes are an essential part of learning. The book introduces children to the anatomy and various functions of the brain in a fun and engaging way.


You're Smarter Than You Think: a Kid's Guide to Multiple Intelligences. Thomas Armstrong, $22.99

Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences has revolutionized the way we think about being smart. Written by an award-winning expert on the topic, this book introduces the theory, explains the different types of intelligences (like Word Smart, Self Smart, Body Smart), and helps kids identify their own learning strengths and use their special skills at school, at home, and in life. As kids read the book, they stop asking “How smart am I?” and start asking “How am I smart?” This powerful learning tool is recommended for all kids — and all adults committed to helping young people do and be their best. Resources describe related books, software, games, and organizations. This revised and updated edition includes information on a newly researched ninth intelligence, Life Smart — thinking about and asking questions about life, the universe, and spirituality.

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Complete Booklist

Coasting Casey: a Tale of Busting Boredom in School. Shannon Anderson, illustrated by Colleen Madden, $14.99

Exam Stress? No Worries! Su Dorland, $23.95 (Includes audio CD)

First Grade, Here I Come! Tony Johnston, illustrated by David Walker, $9.99

First Grade Stinks! Mary Ann Rodman, $9.95

Get Organized Without Losing It. Janet Fox, illustrated by Steve Mark, $14.99 (ages 8-13)

How to Do Homework without Throwing Up. Trevor Romain, $9.95 (8-12)

How to Do Your Best on Tests: a School Survival Guide. Sara Gilbert, $7.99

Keep Your Eye On the Prize. Barbara Esham, illustrated by Mike & Carl Gordon, $24.99 (ages 4-8)

The Kissing Hand. Audrey Penn, $19.50 (book and CD set)

Learning How to Learn: How to Succeed In School Without Spending All Your Time Studying. Barbara Oakley & Terrence Sejnowski, $22.00

Make the Grade: Everything You Need to Study Better, Stress Less, and Succeed in School. Lesley Schwartz Martin, $17.99

Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail. Danica McKellar, $17.00

My New School: a Workbook to Help Students Transition to a New School. Melissa Trautman, $29.95

New Kid, New Scene: a Guide to Moving and Switching Schools. Debbie Glasser & Emily Schenk, $13.50 (ages 8-13)

Off to Class: Incredible and Unusual Schools around the World. Susan Hughes, $13.95

The Owner's Manual for Driving Your Adolescent Brain. JoAnn Deak & Terrence Deak, $22.50 (ages 9-14)

Procrastination: Deal with It All in Good Time. Diane Peters & Jeremy Tankard, $12.95 (12-16)

Real Organized In a Jar® Helping You Get It All Together. Free Spirit Publishing, $13.50 (ages 9 and up)

Research Ate My Brain: the Panic-Proof Guide to Surviving Homework. Martha Newbigging, $9.95

School Made Easier: a Kid's Guide to Study Strategies and Anxiety-Busting Tools. Wendy Moss & Robin DeLuca-Acconi, $17.95 (ages 8-13)

See You Later Procrastinator! Pamela Espeland & Elizabeth Verdick, $9.95

Starving the Exam Stress Gremlin: a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook On Managing Exam Stress for Young People. Kate Collins-Donnelly, $21.95 (ages 10+)

STEM Starters For Kids Art Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Art Facts. Jenny Jacoby, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters for Kids Engineering Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Engineering Facts. Jenny Jacoby, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters For Kids Math Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Math Facts. Jenny Jacoby, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters For Kids Physics Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Physics Facts. Jenny Jacoby, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters for Kids Science Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Science Facts. Sam Hutchinson, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters for Kids Science Experiments at Home: Discover the Science In Everyday Life. Susan Martineau, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $12.99 (ages 6-10)

STEM Starters for Kids Technology Activity Book: Packed with Activities and Technology Facts.  Catherine Bruzzone, Illustrated by Vicky Barker, $9.99 (ages 6-10)

Study Skilled... NOT!!! Julia Cook, $13.95 (ages 4-8)

Study Smarter, Not Harder, 3rd Edition. Kevin Paul, $21.95 

Studying is Hard. Jennifer Moore-Mallinos, illustrated by Gustavo Mazali, $7.99 (ages 4-7) 

Summer Brain Quest: Between Grades K & 1. Megan Butler & Claire Piddock, $18.95

Summer Brain Quest: Between Grades 1 & 2. Megan Butler & Claire Piddock, $18.95

Super Coach Arty vs. The Shadow: Taking the Fear Out of Failure. Lorraine Thomas & Simon Greaves, $21.95 (ages 8-12)

The Teen's Guide to Debating and Public Speaking. Claire Duffy, $19.99

A Teen's Guide to Getting Stuff Done: Discover Your Procrastination Type, Stop Putting Things Off & Reach Your Goals. Jenifer Shannon, $23.95

26 Tips for Surviving Grade 6. Catherine Austen, $9.95

28 Tips for a Fearless Grade 6. Catherine Austen, $9.95

Where Should I Sit at Lunch? The Ultimate Guide to Surviving the High School Years. Harriet Mosatche & Karen Unger, $19.95 (ages 13-17)

Your Fantastic Elastic Brain: Stretch It, Shape It. JoAnn Deak, illustrated by Sarah Ackerley, $26.95

You're Smarter Than You Think: a Kid's Guide to Multiple Intelligences. Thomas Armstrong, $22.99

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