Graphic Novels

Get ready for exciting, full-throttle sports stories in a safe, thrilling, high-interest full-color graphic novel format.
Now your students can learn the answers to important questions such as where dragons live, what orcs eat, and how gnomes spend their free time! Features an engaging, easy-to-use reference guide format, and also includes fun quizzes to challenge readers on their knowledge.
Avalanches tear down mountains. Tsumanis drown towns. Magma flows through homes. Throughout history the world has faced many natural disasters. With engaging text and photos, students will learn about the world’s worst, and some helpful tips needed to survive them
This set takes readers back to times when conditions were very different from today. Engaging text, period photos and illustrations, and primary source excerpts bring each era to life.
An appealing way to bring history to life in your classroom. Examine important events that shaped the history of the United States and the World.
Super Scientist Max Axiom is back in action with these nonfiction graphic novels. Max uses his super powers to demonstrate and explore science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) concepts in ways never before experienced in the classroom.
Inspire future scientists and engineers with dozens of amazing experiments and activities. Super Scientist Max Axiom hosts a collection of kid-friendly projects related to chemical reactions, forces and motion, mechanical engineering, and structural engineering.
Graphic novel format paired with gripping stories of history's most compelling disasters make these books true page-turners.
Toxic venom, bone-snapping jaws, record-shattering speed. Animals have mind-blowing weapons and defenses. Learn about the amazing features and adaptations that help animals hunt prey and defend themselves in the wild world of nature. 
Readers of Graphic U.S. History books acquire content knowledge, vocabulary, and learning strategies as they read about topics they might otherwise avoid.
From dawn to dusk, the School Bus of Horrors rumbles along city streets and down country roads, searching for another passenger. It looks like any other bus, yellow, black markings, and dirty windows. But BEWARE! Step aboard and experience the ride of your life, or the last ride you'll ever take!
The world’s greatest fairy tales are retold in a graphic novel format. Fresh, bold illustrations give these timeless tales a modern edge and will attract even the most reluctant readers.
World changing events unfold before your eyes in these amazing tales of inventions and discovery. Inventors, scientists, and businesspeople shape our world through their will and determination.
Whether they are building products in factories, fighting on a battlefield, or competing for a prize, robots are busy every day. With brief text and amazing photos, The World of Robots gives readers a tour of the amazing robots found all around us.
These engaging 32-page biographies teach students about historical figures, and are great for primary and secondary students.
Max Axiom is the ultimate science teacher. Watch him demonstrate and explain scientific concepts in a cool way.
This series of hi-lo books is sure to keep reluctant readers wide-eyed until the final page. Each book includes discussion and writing questions, a glossary, and educational back matter.
These graphic and colorful 48-page books meet Common Core genre requirements and feature a fictional story, two pages of nonfiction, and two pages of activities, giving students some background knowledge necessary to understanding historical events.
Capture reluctant readers with these treasured classics retold in brilliantly colored graphic-novel form.
Introduce literature with these classic tales retold, with attractive color illustrations.