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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Somalia

One of the easternmost countries in Africa, Somalia is called a nation of poets. Although Somalia did not have an official alphabet until 1972, spoken poetry has been around for centuries. In More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Lebanon

Nearly 3,000 years ago, the area that is now Lebanon was ruled by the powerful Phoenicians. Their empire helped lay the foundation for this modern, bustling country. Take a trip to the… More →

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Paranormal

Stonehenge

What exactly was Stonehenge used for? The mystery of its purpose has surrounded this site for thousands of years. People have theorized it was a religious place, burial ground, or even a… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Ecuador

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… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Hungary

Full of history and peppered with paprika, Hungary is home to rich culture and delicious food. Although it shares similarities with its central European neighbors, Hungary’s unique language… More →

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History

The Attack on Pearl Harbor

Described by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as “a date which will live in infamy,” the attack on Pearl Harbor pulled the United States into World War II. Young readers will feel the impact… More →

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History

The Titanic Disaster

As one of the most devastating shipwrecks in history, the sinking of RMS Titanic killed more than 1,500 passengers. There were only enough lifeboats for about one third of the people on… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America. Covered in thick forests, this tropical country was a part of the Spanish Empire for around 300 years. Become introduced to Nicaraguans… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Bolivia

One of two landlocked countries in South America, Bolivia is nestled in the heart of the Andes Mountains. Amid these peaks lies Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world. Learn… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Singapore

Singapore is a small island located in southeast Asia. Originally an island for fishers and pirates, it was colonized by the English in the 1800s. Now almost the entire island is part of the… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Austria

Located in the heart of central Europe, this small country is perhaps best known for the views of the scenic Alps. In addition to its natural beauty, Austria has been a hub for European… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Finland

Finland is covered in forests and boasts nearly 200,000 lakes! Finns value equality. It was the first country in Europe to grant voting rights to women. Young readers will love learning about More →

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