Traces the rise to power of Adolph Hitler and discusses life in Nazi Germany before, during, and after World War II.
Discusses the events surrounding the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on September 11, 20001, and describes the experiences of those involved and the impact of these attacks.
Discusses different motorcycle races such as speedway, road, and hillclimbing racing and describes the variety of cycles used in them.
Discusses the history and causes of acid rain, its effects on the environment and human health, and what can be done about it.
Traces the turbulent history of the Lone Star State, recounting the struggles of early Texas settlers and their battle for independence.
A history of lumbering in the United States, describing the work of the men with jobs in that industry in its early days. Includes a section on the giant redwood tree.
Describes the job of being a stunt performer, examining the history, techniques, and tools of the occupation.
Addresses opposing views on drugs and sports, including whether drug use is a serious problem in sports, whether drug use should be banned, why athletes take drugs, and if they should be tested for them.
Describes the important and often hazardous job of offshore oil rig workers.
Discusses the history, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of Lyme disease, current research into cures, and the challenges of living with the disease.
Looks at the history, diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing threat of tuberculosis, which continues to be the most deadly infectious disease in the world.
Examines the reasons for and consequences of teen drinking.
A guide to teens choices regarding bullying.