Books with Free Study Guides

Books with Free Study Guides

Study guides for teachers, librarians and parents are available for all of the books in this collection. Perfect for teaching, homeschooling or using as reference materials, these resources will enrich the reading experience.

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Empire

This thoughtful Groundwork Guide compares the American Empire to those of the past, including the British, Roman, Chinese, Incan and Aztec empires.

From There to Here

The highly anticipated sequel to I Know Here — the classic, award-winning picture book from Laurel Croza and Matt James.

Genocide

This thoughtful book in the Groundwork Guides series helps young readers understand the difficult subject of genocide.

George Johnson's War

George's cloistered life in New York changes as the War for American Independence looms and he must struggle with what it means to be half Mohawk.

Good for Nothing

Kicked out of residential school, a Metis teenager must try to rediscover his people's old ways and learn the truth about his father's death.

Grandpa's Girls

There is a wonderful blend of fun and family history in this story of a young girl's visit to a much-loved grandparent.

Grant and Tillie Go Walking

I realized that all the really good ideas I’d ever had came to me while I was milking a cow. So I went back to Iowa. — Grant Wood

Guacamole

Guacamole is the third title of Jorge Argueta's popular bilingual Cooking Poems series, celebrating the joys of preparing, eating and sharing food.

Hip Hop World

A fascinating and critical look at hip hop, the world's most popular music, and what it means to young people all over the globe.

I Know Here

A simple yet deeply felt and vibrantly illustrated story about a little girl who knows and loves the place she lives but has to move away.

I Wish I Could Draw

A funny story about the wonderful things you can create if you refuse to limit (and label) yourself.

Idaa Trail

This is a fictional story of a modern-day canoe trip along the Idaa trail, a traditional route that the Dogrib people traveled from Great Slave Lake to Great Bear Lake.