C'mon over--there's a whole lot of clucking going on in this hilarious follow-up to the popular Chicken Dance. Marge and Lola have hit the big time! The dancing duo is ready to rock 'n' roll their way across the country, touring with the great Elvis Poultry. But when the lights go down and the... More Info
Drawing on their own research in Indonesia and Mexico, the authors examine ways in which anthropology has advanced humans' understanding of their society and culture, as well as provide an accessible account of the big questions that have concerned anthropologists.
The Talking Heads, The Boomtown Rats, Blondie, Elvis Costello: this fun new addition to the successful Encyclopedia series celebrates the hugely influential New Wave musical movement of the late 1970s and 80s. Originating as a less-aggressive sister movement to punk, New Wave encompassed a wide... More Info
Greg Campbell, coauthor of the best-selling Flawless and Blood Diamonds, presents a compelling, close-up investigation of a hot-button topic: America's schizophrenic attitude to the legalization of pot. Campbell, a suburban father whose biggest vice is a cold beer, seems like the last person who... More Info
Here’s something for the girls who like a good time! This adult activity pad is dedicated to today’s women, and all the silly, funny, confounding, and outrageous things they have to put up with during their days of being fancy-free. Whether you’re a gal in a relationship, keeping your options... More Info
Dreaming about being able to fly, young dinosaur companions Scratch, Spike and Lofty climb a volcano and plan to jump into the air only to learn from a friendly pterodactyl that flying is harder than it seems. By the award-winning author of Sometimes I Like to Curl Up in a Ball.
"There's nothing as glamorous as a record store." Paul McCartney In this era of digital downloads, the small, indie record shop might sound like an anachronism. But, in fact, record stores served as community centers, information exchanges, clubs, art galleries, and launching pads for numerous... More Info
Packed with information and unique images, Sterling Biographies are ideal for middle-grade readers. Kids will be captivated by riveting first-person accounts and dramatic events told in an accessible and intimate style. Full color.
"I believe that The Olive Branchcan help make a real difference in our world."--Archbishop Desmond Tutu Red and Yellow live together in the branches of an olive tree--but these two friends are as different as can be, and sometimes have trouble co-existing peacefully. Red wants to play loudly on his... More Info
In a fun-filled follow-up to Where's the Dragon?, Grandfather, George and Meg the dog are on the hunt again, this time searching for dinosaurs on a remote island, in an "I spy" book that features tactile elements and more than 90 dinosaurs to find.
I am forced into speech because men of science have refused to follow my advice without knowing why. H.P. Lovecraft's terrifying horror story gets an illustrated interpretation by one of today's finest graphic novel artists. Geologist William Dyer--the narrator of this novella--is desperate to stop... More Info
The exciting launch title of Sterling's middle-grade fiction list: HORTEN'S MIRACULOUS MECHANISMS Enter a wonderful world filled with real magic, mystery, and danger. As if being small and having S. Horten as his name isn't bad enough, now 10-year-old Stuart is forced to move far away from all his... More Info