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Building amazing creations : Sean Kenney's art with LEGO bricks / Sean Kenney.
cover imageThis large-format photographic book provides a fascinating in-depth look at a LEGO artist's oeuvre. Chapters explore such subjects as transportation vehicles, animals, life-size work, science fiction, nature, cities, sports, portraits, and even home furnishings and custom apartments! A personalized LEGO compendium perfect for brick-building enthusiasts of all ages.

Our dogs, ourselves : how we live with dogs / Alexandra Horowitz.
cover image"This middle grade adaptation of Our Dogs, Ourselves is an eye-opening, entertaining, and beautifully illustrated look about humans' complicated and sometimes contradictory relationship with man's best friend by New York Times bestselling author of Inside of a Dog-Young Readers Edition. We keep dogs and are kept by them. We love dogs and (we assume) we are loved by them. Even while we see ourselves in dogs, we also treat them in surprising ways. On the one hand, we let them into our beds, we give them meaningful names, make them members of our family, and buy them the best food, toys, accessories, clothes, and more. But we also shape our dogs into something they aren't meant to be. Purebreeding dogs has led to many unhealthy pups. Many dogs have no homes, or live out their life in shelters. How is it possible we can treat the same species in these two totally different ways? In Our Dogs, Ourselves Young Readers Edition, bestselling author of Inside of a Dog, Alexandra Horowitz reveals the odd, surprising, and contradictory ways we live with dogs"-- Provided by publisher.

Solar system : by the numbers / Steve Jenkins.
cover image"Through infographics and illustrations readers will learn about the unfathomably huge and fascinating topic of solar systems. Explore the galaxy that surrounds our planet through astounding numbers, facts, and figures. With Steve Jenkins's signature art style, his By the Numbers reader series explores the most fascinating fields of nature and natural science. These readers are fact-packed and run the gamut from dinosaurs to dwarf planets, detailing the astonishing phenomena that make our universe such an incredible place to live and learn. Each title uses engaging graphics and visual literacy to convey scientific facts and concepts, making them accessible for all kinds of new readers."--Amazon.com.

The big, fun kids cookbook / editors of Food Network Magazine.
cover imageGives young food lovers everything they need to succeed in the kitchen. Each recipe is totally foolproof and easy to follow, with color photos and tips to help beginners get excited about cooking. The book includes recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and dessert -- all from the trusted chefs in Food Network's test kitchen.

Minecraft : guide to survival / [written by Stephanie Milton ; illustrations by Ryan Marsh].
cover imageIntroduces the game, outlines basic features, and describes such elements as hostile mobs, naturally generated structures, and biomes.

Lion of the sky : haiku for all seasons / Laura Purdie Salas ; illustrations by Mercè López.
cover imageA collection of poems celebrates the four seasons, including spring, summer, fall, and winter.

Bringing back the wolves : how a predator restored an ecosystem / written by Jude Isabella ; illustrated by Kim Smith.
cover image"In 1995, the gray wolf was reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park after a seventy-year absence. All these years later, we can clearly see the cascading effects this has had on the park's ecosystem. This is a spectacular example of a trophic cascade, the term used when an important member of an ecosystem goes missing and many other living things are indirectly affected, causing a chain reaction of events. In the case of the reintroduced wolves of Yellowstone, the chain reaction went as far as changing the behavior of waterways and the surrounding geology. This book is a fascinating exploration of the transformations that have taken place in Yellowstone National Park since the wolves returned -- including the monumental changes to the landscape and to all the animals that live there -- clearly told through lively narrative and food web infographics."-- Provided by publisher.

Born to draw comics : the story of Charles Schulz and the creation of Peanuts / Ginger Wadsworth ; illustrated by Craig Orback.
cover image"A mixed-panel format picture book biography of Charles 'Sparky' Schulz, creator of the beloved comic strip Peanuts"-- Provided by publisher.

Power to the princess / written by Vita Murrow ; illustrated by Julia Bereciartu.
cover image"What if princesses didn't always marry Prince Charming and live happily ever after? In this stunning anthology--elegantly presented in a red, clothbound hard cover with gold-toned metallic debossing--15 favorite fairytales have been retold for a new generation. These princesses are smart, funny, and kind, and can do anything they set their minds to. Focused on issues including self-image, confidence, LGBTQ, friendship, advocacy, and disability, these stories are perfect for sharing between parents and children, or for older princesses or princes to read by themselves. They teach that a princess is a person who seeks to help others, is open to learning new things, and looks for ways to add purpose to their lives and the lives of those around them."--Amazon.com.

Caught! : nabbing history's most wanted / Georgia Bragg ; illustrated by Kevin O'Malley.
cover image"A humorous look at how famous people got caught, including Joan of Arc, Blackbeard, Al Capone, and more! From the award-winning team that brought you How They Croaked and How They Choked. Outlaw, assassin, art thief, and spy, these fourteen troublemakers and crooks--including Blackbeard the pirate, Typhoid Mary, and gangster Al Capone--have given the good guys a run for their money throughout the ages. Some were crooked, some were deadly, and some were merely out of line--but they all got Caught! as detailed in this fascinating and funny study of crime, culture, and forensic science. FEATURING HISTORY'S MOST WANTED: Joan of Arc, Sir Walter Raleigh, Caravaggio, Blackbeard, John Wilkes Booth, Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Mata Hari, Typhoid Mary, Rasputin, Vincenzo Peruggia (Mona Lisa thief), Bernard Kuehn (Pearl Harbor spy), Anna Anderson (Anastasia impersonator), and Al Capone"-- Provided by publisher.

Consent (for kids!) : boundaries, respect, and being in charge of you / Rachel Brian.
cover imageThis is a guide to consent and bodily autonomy, packed with bright and energetic illustrations. Readers will learn about boundaries and how to set them; ways to respect themselves and others; what to do if someone makes them feel uncomfortable or unsafe; and much more. Along the way, they'll be encouraged to reflect on (and improve!) their own behavior and to practice consent in their daily lives. Whether you're looking for a consent primer to share with a friend or searching for a way to talk to your child about what it means to be in control of their own body and respect others', look no further! .

W is for welcome : a celebration of America's diversity / written by Brad Herzog ; illustrated by a collection of nationally acclaimed artists.
cover image"Following the alphabet this book uses poetry and expository text to celebrate America's diverse population and showcase the remarkable achievements and contributions that have come from the many people who have chosen to make our country their home. Topics include well-known landmarks and famous citizens"--Provided by the publisher.

D is for dinosaur : a prehistoric alphabet / written by Todd Chapman and Lita Judge ; illustrated by Lita Judge.
cover image"Our prehistoric world is presented from A to Z and includes information and current theories paired with illustrations of each topic. A poem introduces each topic and is accompanied by detailed text for further reading"--Provided by publisher.

I am not a label / Cerrie Burnell ; illustrated by Lauren Mark Baldo.
cover imageThis book brings together 34 disabled artists, thinkers, athletes and activists from past and present. In this stylishly illustrated biography anthology, meet 30 artists, thinkers, athletes and activists with disabilities, from past and present. From Frida Kahlo to Stephen Hawking, find out how these iconic figures have overcome obstacles, owned their differences and paved the way for others by making their bodies and minds work for them. These short biographies tell the stories of people who have faced unique challenges which have not stopped them from becoming trailblazers, innovators, advocates and makers. Each person is a leading figure in their field, be it sport, science, maths, art, breakdance or the world of pop. Challenge your preconceptions of disability and mental health with the eye-opening stories of these remarkable people: Ludwig van Beethoven, Gustav Kirchoff, Henri Matisse, Eliza Suggs, Helen Keller, Frida Kahlo, John Nash, Stephen Hawking, Temple Grandin, Stevie Wonder, Nabil Shaban, Terry Fox, Peter Dinklage, Wanda Diaz Merced, Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah, Dr Victor Pineda, Farida Bedwei, Stella Young, Lady Gaga, Arunima Sinha, Naoki Higashida, Isabella Spingmuhl Tejada, Aaron Philip, Catalina Devandas Aguilar, Redouan Ait Chitt, Jonas Jacobsson, Trischa Zorn, Ade Adepitan, and Nick Jonas.

American immigration : our history, our stories / Kathleen Krull.
cover imageAward-winning author Kathleen Krull takes an in-depth historical look at immigration in America--with remarkable stories of some of the immigrants who helped build this country. With its rich historical text, fascinating sidebars about many immigrants throughout time, an extensive source list and timeline, as well as captivating photos, American Immigration will become a go-to resource for every child, teacher, and librarian discussing the complex history of immigration. America is a nation of immigrants. People have come to the United States from around the world seeking a better life and more opportunities, and our country would not be what it is today without their contributions. From writers like Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, to scientists like Albert Einstein, to innovators like Elon Musk, this book honors the immigrants who have changed the way we think, eat, and live. Their stories serve as powerful reminders of the progress we've made, and the work that is still left to be done.

Super dinosaur encyclopedia / author, Chris Barker ; Smithsonian consultant, Matthew T. Miller ; general consultant, Darren Naish.
cover imageDetailed color illustrations an informative text provide readers with facts about dinosaurs.

The Stonewall Riots : coming out in the streets / Gayle E. Pitman ; foreword by Fred Sargeant.
cover image"This book is about the Stonewall Riots, a series of spontaneous, often violent demonstrations by members of the gay (LGBTQ+) community in reaction to a police raid that took place in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The Riots are attributed as the spark that ignited the LGBTQ+ Movement. The author describes American gay history leading up to the Riots, the Riots themselves, and the aftermath, and includes her interviews of people involved or witnesses, including a woman who was ten at the time. Profusely illustrated, the book includes contemporary photos, newspaper clippings among other period objects. A timely and necessary read, The Stonewall Riots helps readers to understand the history and legacy of the LGBTQ+ movement"-- Provided by publisher.

Becoming Kid Quixote : a true story of belonging in America / Sarah Sierra and Stephen Haff.
cover imageA young readers' companion to the adult novel Kid Quixotes by Stephen Haff. Narrated by one extraordinary ten-year-old girl, this inspiring memoir tells the story of a daughter of Mexican American immigrants who finds her voice through the power of words and performance of Cervantes' Don Quixote. When a shy girl named Sarah Sierra first joins an after-school program in her neighborhood, she never expects to travel back in time and discover the words of Miguel de Cervantes. But at Still Waters in a Storm, a teacher named Stephen and a group of kids have pushed together tables piled high with books so they can gather round to talk about and translate Cervantes' classic, Don Quixote de La Mancha. They begin to reimagine Don Quixote--the story of an idealistic dreamer from Spain who traveled around trying to right the world's wrongs--as the story of a group of modern-day kids from immigrant families in Brooklyn. The stories the kids write in class become a musical play--expressing the plight of today's immigrants and using Quixote as inspiration. And Sarah, once very shy, soon will play the leading role as Kid Quixote.

Cookie Monster's foodie truck : a Sesame Street celebration of food / Heather E. Schwartz.
cover image"This fun, friendly title based on the Cookie Monster's Foodie Truck segment serves as an introduction to the basics of food literacy"-- Provided by publisher.

American Gothic : the life of Grant Wood / words by Susan Wood ; pictures by Ross MacDonald.
cover imageFrom humble beginnings sketching Iowa's cornfields and rolling hills as a child, painter Grant Wood (1891-1942) became the father of Regionalism-- an artistic movement that celebrated the real-life surroundings of the people. [This] is a picture-book biography that explores the birth of the famous painting, the movement that made it possible, and the artist who created it all.

Even more lesser spotted animals : more brilliant beasts you never knew you needed to know about / Martin Brown.
cover imageProfiles more unfamiliar animals, including the dingiso, the tamandua, and the yellow-throated marten.

The spirit of Springer : the real-life rescue of an orphaned orca / Amanda Abler ; illustrated by Levi Hastings.
cover image"A heart-warming and true story about an orphaned orca named Springer who was found swimming alone in the Puget Sound in 2002. The book takes us on Springer's journey from being near starvation to rescued to then the challenges of her release, eventual adoption, and the start of her own family."-- Provided by publisher.

I remember : poems and pictures of heritage / compiled by Lee Bennett Hopkins ; poems by Kwame Alexander [and thirteen others] ; pictures by Paula Barragán [and fifteen others].
cover imageA collection of works by poets and illustrators of diverse backgrounds sharing memorable childhood and family experiences and reflecting on their different heritages, traditions, and beliefs.

Plant, sow, make & grow : mud-tastic activities for budding gardeners / Esther Coombs.
cover imageGet little gardeners growing and learning with this low-stress approach to producing yummy fruit, veggie and bug friendly flowers. You'll find plenty of handy gardening information to get you started, tips about what wildlife you may see, raiding your recycling box to make some useful gardening accessories and other craft activities.

The bluest of blues : Anna Atkins and the first book of photographs / by Fiona Robinson.
cover image"After losing her mother very early in life, Anna Atkins (1799-1871) was raised by her loving father. He gave her a scientific education, which was highly unusual for women and girls in the early 19th century. Fascinated with the plant life around her, Anna became a botanist. She recorded all her findings in detailed illustrations and engravings, until the invention of cyanotype photography in 1842. Anna used this new technology in order to catalogue plant specimens--a true marriage of science and art. In 1843, Anna published the book Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions with handwritten text and cyanotype photographs. It is considered the first book of photographs ever published."--Amazon.com.

We are artists : women who made their mark on the world / stories and illustrations by Kari Herbert.
cover image"Take an inspiring journey through the world are art and discover the stories of some remarkable women artists."--Page 4 of cover.

Temple Grandin : how the girl who loved cows embraced autism and changed the world / by Sy Montgomery.
cover imageWhen Temple Grandin was born, her parents knew that she was different. Years later she was diagnosed with autism. While Temple's doctor and father both recommended an institution, her mother believed in her. Temple went to school instead. Today, Dr. Temple Grandin is a scientist and professor of animal science at Colorado State University. Her world-changing career revolutionized the livestock industry. As an advocate for autism, Temple uses her experience as an example of the unique contributions that autistic people can make.

The saddest time / Norma Simon ; pictures by Jacqueline Rogers.
cover imageExplains death as the inevitable end of life and provides three situations in which children experience powerful emotions when someone close has died.

Guinea pigs / Julie Murray.
cover imageOffers a simple introduction to guinea pigs and how to care for them as pets.

Becoming RBG : Ruth Bader Ginsburg's journey to justice / Debbie Levy ; illustrated by Whitney Gardner.
cover imageThis biographical graphic novel explores the life of celebrated Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Justice Ginsburg is a modern feminist icon - a leader in the fight for equal treatment of girls and women in society and the workplace. She blazed trails to the peaks of the male-centric worlds of education and law, where women had rarely risen before. She has often said that true and lasting change in society and law is accomplished slowly, one step at a time. This is how she has evolved, too: step by step, the shy little girl became a child who questioned unfairness, who became a student who persisted despite obstacles, who became an advocate who resisted injustice, who became a judge who revered the rule of law, who became ... RBG.--adapted from publisher's description.

Gross as a snot otter discovering the world's most disgusting animals / by Jess Keating ; with illustrations by David DeGrand.
cover image"The latest installment in the World of Weird Animals series, featuring seventeen of the grossest animals on earth"-- Provided by publisher.

Curious George discovers the stars / adaptation by Bethany V. Freitas.
cover image"George loves summer nights in the country--that's where he does his best stargazing. When his friend Bill says that nobody knows how many stars there are, George is determined to count! But how will he keep track? Come along as George learns all about stars, constellations, and the night sky"--Publisher.

Star Wars : absolutely everything you need to know / written by Adam Bray, Kerrie Dougherty, Cole Horton, and Michael Kogge.
cover imageCompiles lists, facts, and Q & A sections in an infographic fan reference that identifies such lesser-known details as the previous owners of the Millennium Falcon and the Jedi who were directly trained by Yoda.

Magnificent birds / illustrated by Narisa Togo.
cover image"From the bird of paradise that performs an extravagant courtship dance in the rain forest to the bar-tailed godwit that flies thousands of miles across the ocean without stopping, readers can learn about incredible birds from all over the world with this strikingly illustrated gift book. In stylish linocut prints, Narisa Togo captures the beauty of both rare and familiar winged creatures from every part of the globe, presenting Japanese cranes, kakapos from New Zealand, and Andean flamingos, among the fourteen graceful birds on display. Attractive and informative, this celebration of magnificent birds around the world will set hearts soaring -- a perfect book for avid bird-watchers and art lovers alike."--Back cover.

A mammal is an animal / Lizzy Rockwell.
cover image"This nonfiction picture book about animal classification explains the characteristics of mammals. Back matter is included."-- Provided by publisher.

Forensic science / written by Chris Cooper.
cover imageWhat is forensic science and how is it used to solve a crime? How do you know if a red stain is blood or ketchup, or whose blood it is? Can computers really recognize your face in a crowd? How do scientists decide how old bones are, and trace who they once belonged to? Explore the fascinating, and sometimes gory, world of forensics, where science helps crack the case. Learn why it is important to secure a crime scene, why fingerprints are critical clues, and how DNA sampling works. Find out how maggots can reveal how long someone has been dead, or how a single fabric fibre can lead to the murderer. From the scene of the crime to testing in the laboratory, you will get to know how all the clues are put together to tell a story and reveal the guilty person. Discover how methods have changed since the days of Sherlock Holmes, the latest technology in use today, and techniques of the future.

Curious George discovers the seasons / adaptation by Cynthia Platt ; based on the TV series teleplay written by Joe Fallon.
cover image"George has toys for warm weather and toys for snowy weather--but what's a monkey to do when winter days are just plain cold? Can George find a way to enjoy all of the seasons, even the chilliest?"--Back cover.

Stories of the Saints : bold and inspiring tales of adventure, grace, and courage / Carey Wallace ; illustrated by Nick Thornborrow.
cover imageFrom Augustine to Mother Teresa, officially canonized as St. Teresa of Calcutta, discover seventy of the best-known and best-loved saints and read their riveting stories. Meet Joan of Arc, whose transcendent faith compelled her to lead an army when the king's courage failed. Francis of Assisi, whose gentleness tamed a man-eating wolf. Valentine, a bishop in the time of ancient Rome, who spoke so often of Christ's love that his saint's day, February 12, has been associated with courtly love since the Middle Ages. St. Thomas Aquinas, the great teacher. Peter Claver, who cared for hundreds of thousands of people on slave ships after their voyage as captives. And Bernadette, whose vision of Mary instructed her to dig the spring that became the healing waters of Lourdes. Each saint is illustrated in a dramatic and stylized full-color portrait, and included in every entry are the saint's dates, location, emblems, feast days, and patronage. Taken together, these stories create a rich, inspiring, and entertaining history of faith and courage.

Strange fruit : Billie Holiday and the power of a protest song / Gary Golio ; illustrated by Charlotte Riley-Webb.
cover imageSilence. That was the response at Cafe Society the first time Billie Holiday performed a song called "Strange Fruit." In the 1930s, Billie was known as a performer of jazz and blues music, but her song wasn't either of those things. It was a song about injustice, and it would change her life forever. Discover how two outsiders -- Billie Holiday, a young black woman raised in poverty, and Abel Meeropol, the son of Jewish immigrants -- combined their talents to create a song that challenged racism and paved the way for the civil rights movement.

I'm the big one now! : poems about growing up / Marilyn Singer ; illustrated by Jana Christy.
cover imageA collection of poems celebrates growing up, from learning new skills and going new places to holding a new sibling and getting big-kid teeth.

I voted : making a choice makes a difference / Mark Shulman ; illustrated by Serge Bloch.
cover imageEvery time you make a choice, you can say that you voted for it. This simple and lighthearted introduction to voting moves from making choices about food and fun to the steps and strategies involved in choosing a classroom pet. It then explains how those same principles apply when we choose and vote for leaders at the local, state, and national level.--book cover

Life on Surtsey : Iceland's upstart island / Loree Griffin Burns.
cover image"In this addition to the Scientists in the Field series, readers join scientists as they tackle something unusual in the world of ecosystems: colonization. Not a colonization by people, but one of cells, seeds, spores, and other life forms that blow in, fly in, float in, and struggle to survive on the beautiful but harsh new island of Surtsey."-- Provided by publisher.

Jasper's story : saving moon bears / by Jill Robinson and Marc Bekoff ; illustrated by Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen.
cover imageA true story of how Jasper was saved and sent to the Moon Bear Rescue Centre.

Beastly bionics : rad robots, brilliant biomimicry, and incredible inventions inspired by nature / Jennifer Swanson.
cover image"Did you know that scientists have developed a bionic tool shaped like an elephant's trunk that helps lift heavy objects? Or that the needle-like pointed beak of the kingfisher bird encouraged engineers in Japan to change the design of the Shinkansen "bullet trains" to reduce noise? Across multiple fields of study and methods of problem-solving, scientists are turning to biomimicry, or engineering inspired by biology or nature, to make all kinds of cool technological advancements. From robots that protect people and gather information to everyday inventions, like reflectors on the roads and ice-proof coatings for airplanes, to new sources of renewable energy, this book dives into the ways that nature can give us ideas on how to improve our world. Discover more than 40 examples of technology influenced by animals, learn about some of the incredible creatures who have inspired multiple creations, and meet some of the scientists and the stories behind their inventions"-- Provided by publisher.

Caring for fish : a 4D book / by Tammy Gagne ; consultant: Jennifer Zablotny, DVM, member, American Veterinary Medical Association.
cover imageFish make fascinating pets - it's fun to watch them swim, eat, and sleep with their eyes open! Your pet fish will need your attention and care to thrive and grow. Are you ready for a pet fish? Learn how to feed, clean up after, and protect your fish to keep it healthy, happy, and safe as it swims through life with you. Bring augmented reality to your students by downloading the free Capstone 4D app and scanning for access to an online article, video, and discussion questions.

Chemistry for kids : homemade science experiments and activities inspired by awesome chemists, past and present / Liz Lee Heinecke.
cover image"The kitchen pantry scientist's guide to chemistry features biographies of 25 leading chemists, past and present, accompanied by accessible, hands-on experiments and activities to bring the history and principles of chemistry alive"-- Provided by publisher.

Too much and never enough : how my family created the world's most dangerous man / Mary L. Trump, PhD.
cover image"In this revelatory, authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the toxic family that made him, Mary L. Trump, a trained clinical psychologist and Donald's only niece, shines a bright light on the dark history of their family in order to explain how her uncle became the man who now threatens the world's health, economic security, and social fabric."--Amazon.com

What's the big deal about Americans / written by Ruby Shamir ; illustrated by Matt Faulkner.
cover image"A look at what makes Americans distinct and what makes American society thrive for young readers"-- Provided by publisher.

Nazi saboteurs : Hitler's secret attack on America / Samantha Seiple.
cover image"In Nazi Saboteurs, Samantha Seiple brings readers into the high-stakes world of Hitler's most trusted team of saboteurs as the eight men are hand-selected by top Nazi officials to be trained in spycraft and sabotage. With black-and-white photos and fast-paced storytelling, readers follow the men to the coasts of New York and Florida, where they work to establish secret identities for themselves in America, identify the country's key military targets, and destroy them with explosives. Little do they know, one of them is about to turn on them all"-- Provided by publisher.

The big book of soccer / by Mundial ; illustrated by Damien Weighill.
cover imageDive into the world of football with this mega book of everything to do with the beautiful game. Learn all the lingo; meet the greatest players, managers and teams from both the men's and women's games; take masterclasses with the pros; wander through the haircut hall of fame; learn the most iconic goal celebrations and more.

Earth shattering events / written by Robin Jacobs ; illustrated by Sophie Williams.
cover imageWe humans take our domination of the planet for granted, but sometimes nature reminds us that this is an illusion. Tectonics rip open the earth, vast waves sweep away coastal towns, magma spews from volcanoes and hurricanes lay waste to entire countries. This book explores nature at its most destructive. Clear, coherent explanations break down the science behind phenomena including hurricanes, tornadoes, avalanches, earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes, alongside fascinating facts about the biggest and the worst. Informative, accessible illustrations by Sophie Williams make this so much more than your standard geography book.

Powwow : a celebration through song and dance / Karen Pheasant-Neganigwane.
cover image"Part of the nonfiction Orca Origins series for middle readers. Illustrated with photographs, Powwow is a guide to the dance, music and culture of this Indigenous celebration."-- Provided by publisher.

Solve this : forensics : super science and curious capers for the daring detective in you / Kate Messner and Anne Ruppert.
cover image"Science experiments for children that help them learn to solve problems"-- Provided by publisher.

The ocean in your bathtub / by Seth Fishman ; photographs by Isabel Greenberg.
cover image"The Earth's five oceans and its water cycle connect all of us in important and unexpected ways"-- Provided by publisher.

It's a numbers game : basketball / James Buckley Jr. ; forword by NBA superstar Kobe Bryant.
cover image"Math information for kids while learning about basketball"-- Provided by publisher.

The Magical Unicorn Society : a brief history of unicorns / written by Selwyn E. Phipps ; illustrated by Aitch, Oana Befort and Rae Ritchie.
cover imageThe Magical Unicorn Society has released from its top-secret case files a book full of tales of unicorn encounters from throughout world history. From the story of the 17th-century sailors rescued from pirates by Water Moon unicorns, to the mystery of the girls who believed they'd discovered a Woodland Flower unicorn in modern-day Central Park, this book shares stories of encounters with these magical creatures.

Woke : a young poet's call to justice / Mahogany L. Browne, with Elizabeth Acevedo and Olivia Gatwood ; foreword by Jason Reynolds ; illustrated by Theodore Taylor III.
cover imageA collection of poems by women that reflects the joy and passion in the fight for social justice, tackling topics from discrimination to empathy, and acceptance to speaking out.

One Earth : people of color protecting our planet / Anuradha Rao.
cover image"This nonfiction book for middle readers profiles twenty environmental activists of colour from around the world. Their individual stories show that the intersection of environment and ethnicity is an asset, not an obstacle, to helping the planet. Illustrated with photos of each of the people profiled."-- Provided by publisher.

The upside of being down / Jen Gotch ; with Rachel Bertsche.
cover image"An entertaining, humorous, and inspirational memoir-think #GirlBoss meets Furiously Happy-about harnessing your creativity and embracing your flaws to reach your goals. With humor and heart, ban.do founder Jen Gotch shares the empowering story of her unlikely journey to becoming the creator and CCO of a multimillion-dollar brand. From her childhood in Florida where her early struggles with bipolar disorder were misdiagnosed, to her winding career path as a waitress, photographer, food stylist, and finally, entrepreneur with no business experience, she illuminates how embracing her flaws and understanding the influence of mental illness on her creativity actually led to her greatest successes in business and life. Hilarious, charming, and filled with fascinating insights from her hard-won experience as a true creative and a visionary businesswoman, Gotch's inspirational memoir dares readers to live each day with hope, optimism, kindness, and humor"-- Provided by publisher.

Miami Dolphins / by Tony Hunter.
cover imageThis title examines the history of the Miami Dolphins, telling the story of the franchise and its top players, greatest games, and most thrilling moments. This book includes informative sidebars, high-energy photos, a timeline, a team file, and a glossary.

Hummingbirds / Julie Murray.
cover imageDescribes the traits of hummingbirds, covering their physical characteristics, habitats, flight, and food.

Dragsters / by Thomas K. Adamson.
cover image"Engaging images accompany information about dragsters. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 2 through 7"-- Provided by publisher.

Sports cars / by Thomas K. Adamson.
cover image"Engaging images accompany information about sports cars. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 2 through 7"-- Provided by publisher.

Indy cars / by Thomas K. Adamson.
cover image"Engaging images accompany information about Indy cars. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 2 through 7"-- Provided by publisher.

Karts / by Thomas K. Adamson.
cover image"Engaging images accompany information about karts. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 2 through 7"-- Provided by publisher.

Flamingos / by Jodie Shepherd.
cover imageDid you know that flamingos are very social animals and do most everything as a group--or that they get their pink color from the food they eat? Be surprised and awed by every page of this captivating book! Features include stunning photography; a fact file which breaks down vital data points in an easy-to-follow and understand format; fast facts; a family tree to show the evolution of and how this animal fits into the wider category of its scientific order; a glossary and more. The last chapter of every Nature's Children title always discusses humans impact on the animal and its environment.

Orcas / by Dionna Mann.
cover imageDid you know that orcas live in family groups their entire livesand that their intelligent, collaborative hunting techniques are what earned them the nickname killer whales? Be surprised and awed by every page of this captivating book! Features include stunning photography; a fact file which breaks down vital data points in an easy-to-follow and understand format; fast facts; a family tree to show how this animal fits into the wider category of its scientific order; a glossary and more. The last chapter of every Natures Children title always discusses humans impact on the animal and its environment.

Kangaroos : amazing jumpers / by Lisa M. Herrington.
cover image"Did you know that kangaroos are the only large animals that hop to move -- or that they are unable to jump backward? Nature's Children series provides young readers (Ages 8-10) with fascinating information about the planet's most incredible wildlife species. Each title offers a complete picture of the animal - from birth to adulthood -- and describes its place in our world, including how humans impact it and its environment."--From https://www.bookdepository.com.

Octopuses : clever ocean creatures / by Mara Grunbaum.
cover image"Did you know that octopuses are among the most intelligent creatures on earth? Nature's children series provides young readers (Ages 8-10) with fascinating information about the planet's most incredible wildlife species. Each title offers a complete picture of the animal- from birth to adulthood- and describes its place in our world, including how humans impact it and its environment."--From https://www.bookdepository.com.

Robot uprising / by Lisa Owings.
cover image"Amazing photography accompanies engaging information about robot uprisings. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"-- Provided by publisher.

Solar storm / by Allan Morey.
cover image"Amazing photography accompanies engaging information about solar storms. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"-- Provided by publisher.

Supervolcano eruption / by Allan Morey.
cover image"Amazing photography accompanies engaging information about supervolcano eruptions. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"-- Provided by publisher.

Alien invasion / by Allan Morey.
cover image"Amazing photography accompanies engaging information about alien invasions. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"-- Provided by publisher.

The Lincoln Memorial / by Kirsten Chang.
cover image"Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces the Lincoln Memorial to young readers through leveled text and related photos"-- Provided by publisher.

The Bill of Rights / by Kirsten Chang.
cover image"Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces the Bill of Rights to young readers through leveled text and related photos"-- Provided by publisher.

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