Grab and Go Educational Bundles

Ideal for grades K-5, these bundles include a curated selection of books on the selected topic, as well as a carefully prepared teaching guide with activities. Activities include identifying story elements, prompts for further research, drawing and diagramming, writing prompts, and more. Opportunities are always provided for students to generate questions and share what they have learned. Great for media specialists and teachers looking for standards-based activities to aid in the support of remote learning or for parents wanting to help or enhance their child’s education with content-rich books and activities!

What’s Included?

These new bundles include a curated selection of books on the selected topic, as well as a carefully prepared teaching guide with activities.

Activities include:

  • Story mapping
  • Prompts for further research
  • Drawing and diagramming
  • Writing prompts
  • Contents in a nylon book bag
  • And more!

Monarch Butterfly Migration Bundle

Individual Grab and Go Educational Bundles


Young children never appear to tire when it comes to learning about animals, whether they are wild animals, in the zoo, or just pets. Lions & Cheetahs & Rhinos Oh My!, illustrated by African children, is full of facts sure to catch the interest of young children and …

Art and Nature

The environment and conservation prove to be hot topics around the world today. Nature’s Friend: The Gwen Frostic Story relates the true story of an artist who loved nature and urged all of us to care for the environment. Temple Grandin and Livestock Management shares another …


The lives of astronauts prove fascinating to any child who has a dream of traveling in space. In Letters from Space, an International Space Station astronaut author tells the story of life in space through letters that he imagined sending. The biography Sally Ride recounts the …


Bridges are fascinating engineering feats that bring countries, states, and communities together. In A Book of Bridges: Here to There and Me to You, the author gives information on the history and types of bridges and also writes about the human connection that …

Caring for the Environment

The Boy Who Grew a Forest: The True Story of Jadav Payeng tells the story of how a man from the time of his youth started, grew, and protected the Molai Forest in India. South American Cloud Forest gives a peek at a forest in another part of the world. Beavers parachuted from the …

Japanese Internment Camps

The historical fiction novel Red Berries, White Clouds, Blue Sky tells the story of Tomi, a young Japanese American girl, and her family from leaving their strawberry farm in California and moving to Tallgrass, a Japanese internment …

Monarch Butterfly Migration

Less than 50 years ago, the discovery of the monarch butterfly’s migration route was made. The book, Winged Wonders: Solving the Monarch Migration Mystery, tells the story of all those who worked to reveal the migration path of monarch …

Reusing and Recycling

Junk: A Spectacular Tale of Trash is the story of a young girl and her adventures collecting, reusing, and recycling. The nonfiction book Kids Can Reuse shares different ways of reusing and the benefit to the community. Activities in this bundle focus on sequencing …

Westward Expansion

Westward Journeys is a collection of three short stories that focus on westward expansion in the United States during the 1800s. The Oregon Trail and Westward Expansion shares three different perspectives of life during the same time period. The activities …