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Hunting by Ringstad, Arnold, author.

Hunting

"Explore hunting, an exciting outdoor activity, including hunting gear, where to hunt, and how to stay safe"--

Mar 29, 2015
I am feeling bashful - a first look at shyness by Thomas, Pat, 1959- author.

I am feeling bashful - a first look at shyness

"Everyone feels shy at times, even grown-ups and other children who seem very brave. But excessive shyness may leave children feeling lonely and left out. This book [is intended to] help children take the first steps toward feeling more confident"--Amazon.com.

Mar 28, 2015
I see a pattern here by Goldstone, Bruce, author.

I see a pattern here

"Patterns are fascinating! They can be so beautiful that people come from all over the world to see them, or so familiar you hardly notice them. They appear everywhere: beehives, dinner plates, even the bottoms of your shoes! With stunning photographs that show diverse examples from nature and artwork around the world, Bruce Goldstone reveals the secrets behind patterns--and gives you some fun ideas for making your own"--

Mar 29, 2015
I see things differently - a first look at autism by Thomas, Pat, 1959- author.

I see things differently - a first look at autism

Psychotherapist and counselor Pat Thomas puts her gentle, yet straightforward approach to work in this new picture book aimed at helping children understand what autism is and how it affects someone who has it.

Mar 29, 2015
I, fly - the buzz about flies and how awesome they are by Heos, Bridget, author.

I, fly - the buzz about flies and how awesome they are

"Fly is fed up with everyone studying butterflies. After all, flies go through metamorphosis too--and they are so much cooler! They flap their wings 200 times a second, compared to a butterfly's measly five to twelve times. Their babies--maggots--are much cuter than caterpillars (obviously). And when they eat solid food, they even throw up on it to turn it into a liquid. Who wouldn't want to study an insect like that? Both funny and informative, this earnest (and highly partisan) narrator provid

Mar 29, 2015
Illinois - the prairie state by Price-Groff, Claire.

Illinois - the prairie state

Offers information on the state, including its history, its ten key cities, and how the state government works.

Mar 29, 2015
Immigrants' rights, citizens' rights by Howell, Sara.

Immigrants' rights, citizens' rights

Did you know that American laws protect all people who live in America, even people who are not citizens? This book describes in clear language the rights that citizens and non-citizens have. Learn about different ways that people become citizens, how citizenship works, and how immigration plays a role in our society today.

Mar 29, 2015
In the new world - a family in two centuries by Raidt, Gerda, author.

In the new world - a family in two centuries

The story of Robert and Margarete and their children Johannes and Dorothea, who emigrate from Germany to the United States in 1850.

Mar 29, 2015
In the new world - a family in two centuries by Raidt, Gerda, author.

In the new world - a family in two centuries

A family of four emigrates from Germany to the United States in the mid-nineteenth century, traveling by wagon train and settling on a Nebraska farm more than a century before their descendants investigate their roots and visit Germany.

Mar 24, 2015
Inheritance of traits - why is my dog bigger than your dog? by Green, Jen, author.

Inheritance of traits - why is my dog bigger than your dog?

"This fun book about dog shows teaches the core curriculum topic of inheritance."--

Mar 25, 2015
Inheritance of traits - why is my dog bigger than your dog? by Green, Jen, author.

Inheritance of traits - why is my dog bigger than your dog?

"This fun book about dog shows teaches the core curriculum topic of inheritance."--

Mar 29, 2015
Insects by McFadzean, Lesley., author.

Insects

Mar 25, 2015
Inspiring stories of sportsmanship by Herzog, Brad.

Inspiring stories of sportsmanship

" Teaches kids about positive character and sportsmanship through real-life examples."

Mar 25, 2015
Ireland by Levy, Patricia, 1951-

Ireland

Provides information about Ireland, including its geography, history, government, people, language, and food.

Mar 29, 2015
Is this normal? - more girls' questions, answered by the editors of The care & keeping of you by

Is this normal? - more girls' questions, answered by the editors of The care & keeping of you

"This book answers girls' letters about everything from pimples to periods, plus gives tips for how to ask your parents questions of your own."--Back cover.

Mar 29, 2015
It's electric! Currents by Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

It's electric! Currents

Explains how electric currents are generated as electrons move from one atom to another, how some materials are good conductors of electricity, and how electric currents travel to devices on electric circuits.

Mar 26, 2015
It's electric! Currents by Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

It's electric! Currents

Explains how electric currents are generated as electrons move from one atom to another, how some materials are good conductors of electricity, and how electric currents travel to devices on electric circuits.

Mar 29, 2015
Jamaica by Sheehan, Sean, 1951-

Jamaica

Provides information about Jamaica, including its geography, history, government, people, language, and food.

Mar 29, 2015
Jennifer Lawrence by Morreale, Marie.

Jennifer Lawrence

Chronicles the life, work, and popularity of Jennifer Lawrence, an American actress known for her roles in such hit movies as "X-Men" and "Hunger games".

Mar 26, 2015
Jennifer Lawrence by Morreale, Marie.

Jennifer Lawrence

Mar 29, 2015