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Dragons and mythical creatures by Osborne, Mary Pope, author.

Dragons and mythical creatures

Shares facts about mythical creatures Jack and Annie encountered in the "Night of the Ninth Dragon" Magic tree house adventure.

Jul 25, 2016
Drawing awesome people at work by Toll, Damien.

Drawing awesome people at work

Step-by-step instructions with helpful illustrations guide aspiringartists as they learn to draw people in a variety of occupations.

Jul 25, 2016
Drawing awesome sea creatures by Toll, Damien, author.

Drawing awesome sea creatures

"Readers learn to draw a varity of sea creatures with the help of detailed, step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations, including full-color examples of each finished drawing. As readers draw, they learn about art as well as science. Fascinating facts about animal life cycles, diets, and habitats are presented before readers start drawing each animal."--Provided by publisher.

Jul 25, 2016
Dynamic planet - exploring changes on Earth with science projects by Enz, Tammy, author.

Dynamic planet - exploring changes on Earth with science projects

"Illustrated instructions for experiments pertaining to changes on Earth, including plate tectonics, erosion, the greenhouse effect, and glaciers"--

Jul 20, 2016
Dynamic planet - exploring changes on Earth with science projects by Enz, Tammy, author.

Dynamic planet - exploring changes on Earth with science projects

"Illustrated instructions for experiments pertaining to changes on Earth, including plate tectonics, erosion, the greenhouse effect, and glaciers"--

Jul 25, 2016
Earth by Roumanis, Alexis, author.

Earth

Jul 25, 2016
Eastern chipmunks by Bowman, Chris, 1990- author.

Eastern chipmunks

"Simple text and full-color photography introduce beginning readers to Eastern Chipmunks. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--

Jul 25, 2016
Eleanor Roosevelt - First Lady & Equal Rights Advocate by Hansen, Grace, author.

Eleanor Roosevelt - First Lady & Equal Rights Advocate

Presents information about the first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, including her childhood, education, and career.

Jul 20, 2016
Eleanor Roosevelt - First Lady & equal rights advocate by Hansen, Grace, author.

Eleanor Roosevelt - First Lady & equal rights advocate

Presents information about the first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, including her childhood, education, and career.

Jul 25, 2016
Emergency rescue by Gersh, Camilla, author.

Emergency rescue

What's your emergency? From flashing lights and blaring sirens to K-9 units and EMTs, emergency services have vital roles in saving lives. Find out what it takes to respond to an emergency in Emergency Rescue. Learn police officers' secret radio code, look at a firefighter's daily schedule, and hear what emergency dispatchers say on the phone. Make sure you are prepared for an emergency and that you know who to call! Emergency Rescue shows how hard emergency responders, police officers, and fire

Jul 25, 2016
Enchanted gardening - growing miniature gardens, fairy gardens, and more by Amstutz, Lisa J., author.

Enchanted gardening - growing miniature gardens, fairy gardens, and more

"Provides readers with projects for fairy gardens and other magical gardens"--

Jul 25, 2016
Energy from nuclear fission - splitting the atom by Dickmann, Nancy, author.

Energy from nuclear fission - splitting the atom

"Earth has a limited supply of fossil fuels, and in the near future this supply will come to an end. However, more people live on the planet than ever in its history--and they all need energy. One of the ways in which we can meet this increasing demand for energy is through nuclear power. Nuclear power stations do not drain our planet of its resources, and they can supply a seemingly limitless source of energy. Discover more about nuclear energy, how it is created and harnessed, and the controve

Jul 20, 2016
Energy from nuclear fission - splitting the atom by Dickmann, Nancy, author.

Energy from nuclear fission - splitting the atom

"Earth has a limited supply of fossil fuels, and in the near future this supply will come to an end. However, more people live on the planet than ever in its history--and they all need energy. One of the ways in which we can meet this increasing demand for energy is through nuclear power. Nuclear power stations do not drain our planet of its resources, and they can supply a seemingly limitless source of energy. Discover more about nuclear energy, how it is created and harnessed, and the controve

Jul 25, 2016
Energy from water - hydroelectric, tidal, and wave power by Dickmann, Nancy, author.

Energy from water - hydroelectric, tidal, and wave power

"For centuries, falling water has been used in parts of the world to create energy to run grinding stones at mills and irrigation systems for crops. This interesting book shows how the use of this "clean" form of energy, called hydroelectricity, is beingexpanded to help us build a more sustainable future. Discover how other forms of water-based energy, such as energy from ocean waves and tides, are being harnessed and used to help create electricity to power our homes, offices, and factories."--

Jul 20, 2016
Energy from water - hydroelectric, tidal, and wave power by Dickmann, Nancy, author.

Energy from water - hydroelectric, tidal, and wave power

"For centuries, falling water has been used in parts of the world to create energy to run grinding stones at mills and irrigation systems for crops. This interesting book shows how the use of this "clean" form of energy, called hydroelectricity, is being expanded to help us build a more sustainable future. Discover how other forms of water-based energy, such as energy from ocean waves and tides, are being harnessed and used to help create electricity to power our homes, offices, and factories."-

Jul 25, 2016
Enormous ears and soft brown hair by Lawrence, Ellen, 1967- author.

Enormous ears and soft brown hair

Provides information on what life is like for a moose calf, including where he lives, what he eats, and how his body changes as he gets older.

Jul 20, 2016
Enormous ears and soft brown hair by Lawrence, Ellen, 1967- author.

Enormous ears and soft brown hair

"On a bright spring morning, a newborn baby animal is about to begin a big adventure. He was born just an hour ago, but on long, wobbly legs, he unsteadily tries to stand. Who does this adorable little baby belong to? With stunning photographs and simple text that's perfect for emergent readers, Whose Little Baby Are You? is a delightful introduction to animals and their life cycles. The little creature that is soon trotting after his large, gentle mother is a moose calf, and one day he will be

Jul 25, 2016
Europe by Oachs, Emily Rose, author.

Europe

"Simple text and full-color photography introduce beginning readers to Europe. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--

Jul 25, 2016
Everything You Need to Ace American History in One Big Fat Notebook - The Complete Middle School Study Guide by Rothman, Lily

Everything You Need to Ace American History in One Big Fat Notebook - The Complete Middle School Study Guide

Jul 25, 2016
Extreme cave diving by Loh-Hagan, Virginia.

Extreme cave diving

Introduces the daring sport of extreme cave diving, including equipment, skills, dangers, and famous cave divers.

Jul 25, 2016