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Mortician by Loh-Hagan, Virginia, author.

Mortician

"From the interesting and intriguing to the weird and wonderful, Mortician is HIGH interest combined with a LOW level of complexity to help struggling readers along. The carefully written, considerate text will hold readers' interest and allow for successful mastery, understanding, and enjoyment of reading about morticians. Clear, full-color photographs with captions provide additional accessible information. A table of contents, glossary with simplified pronunciations, and index all enhance ach

Apr 24, 2016
What is informational writing? by Guillain, Charlotte. author

What is informational writing?

Apr 24, 2016
Not so ordinary by Moore, Gareth.

Not so ordinary

Apr 24, 2016
I am Pan by Gerstein, Mordicai, author, illustrator.

I am Pan

"A picture book about the Greek god of the wild, shepherds, music, hunting and misrule, Pan."--

Apr 24, 2016
Helen Thayer's Arctic adventure - a woman and a dog walk to the North Pole by Isaacs, Sally Senzell, 1950- author.

Helen Thayer's Arctic adventure - a woman and a dog walk to the North Pole

"A woman and a dog make their way to the magnetic North Pole on foot--the first trip of this nature"--

Apr 24, 2016
Guitar by Wesson, Seb.

Guitar

Introduces young readers to guitar playing, detailing the process of mastering the necessary skills, from the beginning lessons to the first gig.

Apr 24, 2016
Green city - how one community survived a tornado and rebuilt for a sustainable future by Drummond, Allan, author.

Green city - how one community survived a tornado and rebuilt for a sustainable future

"The story of Greensburg, Kansas, a town that rebuilt completely green after a deadly tornado"--

Apr 24, 2016
Every breath we take - a book about air by Ajmera, Maya, author.

Every breath we take - a book about air

Apr 24, 2016
Cherokee by Bodden, Valerie.

Cherokee

"A history of the people and events that influenced the North American Indian tribe known as the Cherokee, including chief John Ross and conflicts surrounding the Trail of Tears"--

Apr 24, 2016
The Cherokee by Craats, Rennay.

The Cherokee

Apr 24, 2016
Apache by Bodden, Valerie.

Apache

"A history of the people and events that influenced the North American Indian tribe known as the Apache, including warrior Geronimo and conflicts such as the Camp Grant Massacre"--

Apr 24, 2016
Navajo by Bodden, Valerie.

Navajo

"A history of the people and events that influenced the North American Indian tribe known as the Navajo, including headman Manuelito and conflicts such as the Second Battle of Fort Defiance"--

Apr 24, 2016
Monster dinosaurs by Llewellyn, Claire. author

Monster dinosaurs

Apr 24, 2016
Vampires - the truth behind history's creepiest bloodsuckers by Klepeis, Alicia, 1971- author.

Vampires - the truth behind history's creepiest bloodsuckers

"Describes ancient history, medieval lore, and modern portrayals of vampires today's popular culture"--

Apr 24, 2016
Food engineering - from concept to consumer by Burgan, Michael, author.

Food engineering - from concept to consumer

"Learn about the history of food engineering and find out what it takes to make it in this exciting career field."--

Apr 24, 2016
Will's words - how William Shakespeare changed the way you talk by Sutcliffe, Jane, author.

Will's words - how William Shakespeare changed the way you talk

Shakespeare loved words. He picked up phrases; he made up new words-- and then he put them together in extraordinary ways and used them in his plays. We bump into his words all the time, four hundred years later, and we don't even know it! Discover the ways that his words changed the way we talk.

Apr 24, 2016
The wildest race ever - the story of the 1904 Olympic marathon by McCarthy, Meghan. author.

The wildest race ever - the story of the 1904 Olympic marathon

"The exciting and bizarre true story of the 1904 Olympic marathon, which took place at the St. Louis World's Fair."--

Apr 24, 2016
Learn to draw zoo animals - step-by-step instructions for more than 25 zoo animals by

Learn to draw zoo animals - step-by-step instructions for more than 25 zoo animals

Apr 24, 2016
The Sioux by Rebus, Anna.

The Sioux

Apr 24, 2016
So, you want to work with the ancient and recent dead? - unearthing careers from paleontology to forensic science by Bedell, J. M. (Jane M.), author.

So, you want to work with the ancient and recent dead? - unearthing careers from paleontology to forensic science

Have you ever been excited by forensic science or psyched to dig up fossils? This comprehensive guide reveals a whole host of careers in the underrated world of the no-longer-living. --Publisher.

Apr 24, 2016