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Today’s Distance Learning Lesson: Rivers and Streams!

Nomad Books are uniquely designed to enable distance learning.

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Today’s Distance Learning Lesson: The Civil War!

Nomad Books are uniquely designed to enable distance learning.

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Today’s Distance Learning Lesson: Ancient Egypt!

Nomad Books are uniquely designed to enable distance learning.

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Today’s Distance Learning Lesson: Biology!

Nomad Books are uniquely designed to enable distance learning.

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Here’s How We’re Helping

Dear Friends, We know this is a hard week as more and more families transition to distance learning or some form of homeschooling. It’s overwhelming – many of us here at Nomad are right there in the trenches with you (albeit a safe six feet away).

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Put COVID-19 into a Historical Context

Is this the first time the world has faced a health crisis like COVID-19? Nope. From the bubonic plague, which stalked humans from the 1300s to the 1600s, to the Spanish influenza of the early twentieth century, humans have long battled invisible enemies.

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New Free Ebook on Accessible Science!

Time for some hands-on science!

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What Do Ancient Footprints Have to Tell Us?

Have you taken a walk today? Between 10,000 and 19,000 years ago, a group of early humans took a walk just like you might take, and left footprints behind to prove it!

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Diane C. Taylor: An Interview with a Nomad Author!

Diane C. Taylor is a freelance writer whose published works include both fiction and nonfiction. She has written educational material for a nonprofit arts program in Dallas, Texas, and has been an English instructor for students in middle school, high school, and college. Diane lives in Bowling Green, Kentucky, where she and her daughter own […]

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Connecting Kids with Books They’ll Love

Everyone is a different kind of reader. What kind of readers are you and your kids?

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