Although notorious for its founder, Genghis Khan, the modern Mongolia has become a favorite spot for adventurous travelers. Snow-tipped mountains, river deltas that never freeze, the Gobi Desert, and nomadic peoples with large birds for pets are all
Droughts can ruin a region's ability to grow crops or feed livestock. Find out how a prolonged drought can bring about changes to the entire culture of a region and the many ways people try to fix and avoid them.
Roller coasters offer fast, sky-high thrills. The longest roller coaster is Japan's Steel Dragon. It is 8,133 feet long! Kids will discover how roller coasters work and the technology behind future models.
Packed into the small country of Ecuador is some of the most diverse wildlife. All kinds of amazing animals hide in the thick Amazon rain forest and brave the steep slopes of the Andes Mountains. Discover more about these unique species and learn
The Hubble Telescope travels at 17,500 miles per hour to capture fascinating images of space. Young learners will read about the creation of the Hubble Telescope and how it is used to learn more about the universe.
Male sea horses have a unique role in the sea horse life cycle. They carry the eggs and give birth to as many as 200 babies at one time. Young children can track a sea horse's life cycle from egg to fry to adult.