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365 things to do with LEGO bricks by Hugo, Simon, author. 365 things to do with LEGO bricks

"365 Things to Do with LEGO® Bricks inspires you to look at your LEGO bricks in new and exciting ways. This interactive book features imaginative play and building ideas, from LEGO projects that take just a few minutes and require a handful of bricks to inspirational build ideas and activities to keep you occupied for hours. Visual tips and advice from LEGO fan builders will encourage you to get creative and have fun while learning new building skills such as building your own LEGO pet, challeng

Dec 4, 2016
A primary source history of Westward expansion by Otfinoski, Steven. A primary source history of Westward expansion

"Uses primary sources to tell the story of Westward Expansion in the United States"--

Dec 5, 2016
Andrew Luck by Murray, Laura K., 1989- author. Andrew Luck

"An elementary introduction to the life, work, and popularity of Andrew Luck, a professional football quarterback star who broke rookie NFL records with the Indianapolis Colts"--

Dec 4, 2016
Angora rabbit by Markovics, Joyce L., author. Angora rabbit

"In this book, readers will meet the weird but cute Angora rabbit."--

Dec 5, 2016
Astronauts and other space heroes by Thomson, Sarah L. Astronauts and other space heroes

Lists the achievements and other facts about the most famous astronauts.

Dec 4, 2016
Astronauts by Salzmann, Mary Elizabeth, 1968- author. Astronauts

Learn about the first man on the moon, explore the parts of a space suit, find out what astronauts do during their days off and more.

Dec 5, 2016
Awesome LEGO creations with bricks you already have - 50 new robots, dragons, race cars, planes, wild animals and other exciting projects to build imaginative worlds by Dees, Sarah, author. Awesome LEGO creations with bricks you already have - 50 new robots, dragons, race cars, planes, wild animals and other exciting projects to build imaginative worlds

Turn your pile of LEGO bricks into a day of fun! This unique activity book has step-by-step instructions and tons of photos to teach you how to build all-new and totally awesome robots and a robot lab, race cars to race your friends and jet planes to zoom across the room at lightning speed or fit in your pocket for on-the-go play. You can build wild animals then take your minifigures on a safari to see a lion, tiger, monkey and more! Build your own LEGO town with a playground, skate park and go-

Dec 4, 2016
Becoming a salamander by Hansen, Grace, author. Becoming a salamander

Dec 5, 2016
Becoming president by Rajczak, Michael, author. Becoming president

"Becoming one of the most powerful leaders in the world is enticing, but the path to US president is a difficult one. The campaign may be years long, and financing is complicated. While running for student council president or other major student leadership position may not cost as much, preparation for the job can also be daunting. This book not only introduces readers to the process of becoming the US president, but also guides them through their own campaign."--

Dec 4, 2016
Being your best at basketball by Yomtov, Nelson. Being your best at basketball

Dec 8, 2016
Biomedical engineers! by Bailey, Diane, 1966- author. Biomedical engineers!

Dec 8, 2016
Charles Darwin - groundbreaking naturalist and evolutionary theorist by Sullivan, Laura L., author. Charles Darwin - groundbreaking naturalist and evolutionary theorist

Dec 8, 2016
Charles Darwin's around-the-world adventure by Thermes, Jennifer, author. Charles Darwin's around-the-world adventure

"This gorgeous picture book biography follows Charles Darwin's adventures in South America"--

Dec 4, 2016
Chimpanzees by Riggs, Kate, author. Chimpanzees

"A basic exploration of the appearance, behavior, and habitat of chimpanzees, Africa's intelligent primates. Also included is a story from folklore explaining why chimpanzees do not have tails"--

Dec 4, 2016
City cops ; Consultant- Nick Minx, Police Officer San Diego, California by Blake, Kevin, 1978- author. City cops ; Consultant- Nick Minx, Police Officer San Diego, California

Dec 5, 2016
Cool construction and building blocks - crafting creative toys & amazing games by Felix, Rebecca, 1984- author. Cool construction and building blocks - crafting creative toys & amazing games

Dec 5, 2016
Coral reefs matter by Murphy, Julie, 1965- author. Coral reefs matter

What can we learn from a coral reef? Murphy explains that coral reefs are a living organism grow and develop a mutualistic relationship with other sea flora and fauna. Discover how changes in water temperature and purity are putting them at risk-- and what you can do about it.

Dec 5, 2016
Daily life in a Plains Indian village, 1868 by Terry, Michael Bad Hand. Daily life in a Plains Indian village, 1868

Depicts the historical background, social organization, and daily life of a Plains Indian village in 1868, presenting interiors, landscapes, clothing, and everyday objects.

Dec 8, 2016
Day of the Dead - a celebration of life and death by Doering, Amanda F., 1980- Day of the Dead - a celebration of life and death

"A brief description of what Day of the Dead is, how it started, and ways people celebrate this cultural holiday"--Provided by publisher.

Dec 4, 2016
Destination- Mars by Simon, Seymour, author. Destination- Mars

Named after the Roman god of war, Mars has fascinated people for thousands of years. Did you know that... A Martian year is 687 Earth days, almost twice as long as a year on Earth. Mars's biggest valley, Valles Marineris, is four times as deep as the Grand Canyon! Scientists think that Mars, now rocky and barren, once had an ocean, rivers, and a thicker atmosphere. Explore the wonders of Mars, the Red Planet, with science writer Seymour Simon in this updated edition filled with full-color photog

Dec 4, 2016

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