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You wouldn't want to live without bees! by Woolf, Alex, 1964- author. You wouldn't want to live without bees!

"Describes what life would be like without bees."--

Dec 2, 2016
Yokuts by Lajiness, Katie, author. Yokuts

Dec 2, 2016
Wonderful winter by Goldstone, Bruce, author. Wonderful winter

"A photographic picture book providing a comprehensive overview of facts about winter."--

Dec 2, 2016
Women who launched the computer age by Calkhoven, Laurie, author. Women who launched the computer age

Provided by publisher.

Dec 5, 2016
Who were the Three Stooges? by Pollack, Pam, author. Who were the Three Stooges?

"Discover more about the comedy team that perfected the art of the pie fight! The Three Stooges were the hardworking children of immigrants and discovered a love of performing at an early age. Starting out as a vaudeville act, they soon transitioned into movies, becoming a worldwide sensation in feature films and shorts. Never the critics' darlings, audiences loved them for their mastery of physical comedy and their willingness to do anything for a laugh. They remained popular over the years des

Dec 4, 2016
Who is Stevie Wonder? by Gigliotti, Jim, author. Who is Stevie Wonder?

"Discover more about Stevie Wonder, the music prodigy whose awards include 25 Grammy Awards and the Presidential Medal of Freedom,"--Amazon.com.

Dec 2, 2016
Where did they go? - a spotting book by Bornoff, Emily, 1976- illustrator. Where did they go? - a spotting book

Where has the polar bear gone? Where did the sloth go? Can you find them? In this spotting book from printmaker and illustrator Emily Bornoff, search for endangered animals in jungles, in deserts, and on the ice.

Dec 2, 2016
What's it worth? by First, Rachel, author. What's it worth?

Dec 4, 2016
What was the San Francisco Earthquake? by Hoobler, Dorothy, author. What was the San Francisco Earthquake?

"In this addition to the What Was? series, kids will experience what it was like to be in San Francisco in 1906 when the ground buckled in a major, catastrophic earthquake. One early April morning in 1906, the people of San Francisco were jolted awake by a mammoth earthquake--one that registered 7.8 on the Richter Scale. Not only was there major damage from the quake itself but broken gas lines sparked a fire that ravaged the city for days. More than 500 city blocks were destroyed and over 200,0

Dec 2, 2016
What was the Great Chicago Fire? by Pascal, Janet B., author. What was the Great Chicago Fire?

Dec 4, 2016
Weird but true! 8 - 300 outrageous facts. by Weird but true! 8 - 300 outrageous facts.

Offers a collection of true facts about animals, food, science, pop culture, outer space, geography, and weather.

Dec 4, 2016
Wampanoag by Stanley, Joseph, author. Wampanoag

Introduction the the Wampanoag Indians.

Dec 8, 2016
Wampanoag by Lajiness, Katie, author. Wampanoag

Dec 2, 2016
W.E.B. Du Bois by Wittrock, Jeni, author. W.E.B. Du Bois

"Simple text and photographs present the life of W.E.B. Du Bois, a scholar and civil rights activist"--

Dec 2, 2016
Ultimate oceanpedia - the most complete ocean reference ever by Wilsdon, Christina, author. Ultimate oceanpedia - the most complete ocean reference ever

"From tsunamis and sea turtles to riptides and reefs, learn all about the creatures, science, and ecology of our oceans, which cover more of the planet than all the continents and are just as important! Travel through all parts of the ocean to learn how it affects our world, including storms and climate. Amazing facts, photos, illustrations, and diagrams are found throughout this book, along with conservation tips, weird-but-true facts, and a mini ocean atlas. Challenges to the health of our oce

Dec 2, 2016
Ultimate mapping guide for kids by Miles, Justin, author. Ultimate mapping guide for kids

Provides expert guidance on reading maps and using them to navigate in the outdoors, and shares tips for drawing maps, with explanations of cartographic terminology.

Dec 2, 2016
The world almanac and book of facts 2017. by The world almanac and book of facts 2017.

Dec 8, 2016
The ultimate guide to the dragons by Testa, Maggie, author. The ultimate guide to the dragons

This DreamWorks Dragons guide provides information about ten species of dragons. including Terrible Terror, Seashocker and Bewilderbeast.

Dec 2, 2016
The tragic tale of the great auk by Thornhill, Jan, author, illustrator. The tragic tale of the great auk

For hundreds of thousands of years Great Auks thrived in the icy seas of the North Atlantic, bobbing on the waves, diving for fish and struggling up onto rocky shores to mate and hatch their fluffy chicks. But by 1844, not a single one of these magnificent birds was alive. In this stunningly illustrated non-fiction picture book, award-winning author and illustrator Jan Thornhill tells the tragic story of these birds that "weighed as much as a sack of potatoes and stood as tall as a preteen's wa

Dec 5, 2016
The Navajo code talkers by Lewis, J. Patrick, author. The Navajo code talkers

"Amidst a complicated history of mistreatment by and distrust of the American government, the Navajo people--especially bilingual code talkers--helped the Allies win World War II"--

Dec 4, 2016

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