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Mercury - the smallest of all by Glaser, Chaya, author.

Mercury - the smallest of all

"In this book, readers are introduced to the planet Mercury"--

Aug 29, 2015
Seeing is believing by Moore, Gareth, 1975- author.

Seeing is believing

Aug 29, 2015
Midwest and Great Lakes regions by Allen, Nancy Kelly, 1949- author.

Midwest and Great Lakes regions

Text and photographic essays present the geography, history, weather, agriculture, industry, agriculture, wildlife, food, cities, and places to visit in the eight states in the north central United States: Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri. Information is also provided on the Great Lakes: Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior.

Aug 29, 2015
Mission, sea turtle rescue - all about sea turtles and how to save them by Young, Karen Romano.

Mission, sea turtle rescue - all about sea turtles and how to save them

True adventure stories, photography, and hands-on activities combine in an introduction to the sea turtle and the ongoing efforts of conservationists to protect the species.

Aug 29, 2015
Mad about monkeys by Davey, Owen, author, artist.

Mad about monkeys

Shares a variety of facts about monkeys from the smallest pygmy marmoset to the largest mandrill.

Aug 29, 2015
Moons by Riggs, Kate, author.


"A young scientist's guide to natural satellites called moons, including how they interact with other elements in the universe and emphasizing how questions and observations can lead to discovery"--

Aug 29, 2015
Life story of a ladybug by Guillain, Charlotte, author.

Life story of a ladybug

"This book tells the life story of a ladybug, using simple, concise text and stunning photographs. Read it to discover the unique life cycle and metamorphosis undergone by this fascinating insect as it changes from an egg to a larva to a colorful ladybug"--

Aug 29, 2015
Learn about money by Reina, Mary.

Learn about money

"Introduces young readers to different types of money and how people can use it to buy goods and services"--

Aug 29, 2015
Kevin Durant by Indovino, Shaina Carmel.

Kevin Durant

"Kevin Durant may be a young player, but he's already done amazing things in his NBA career. After joining the league in 2007, Kevin was chosen as Rookie of the Year. He led the league in scoring for three years in a row and has been chosen to play in the NBA All-Star Game four times. In 2012, he was chosen as the All-Star Game MVP, a huge honor for any player but even more incredible for a young player. Learn more about how Kevin became the NBA star fans know today. Find out about his childhood

Aug 29, 2015
Mason jar crafts for kids - more than 25 cool, crafty projects to make for your friends, your family, and yourself! by Braden, Linda Z.

Mason jar crafts for kids - more than 25 cool, crafty projects to make for your friends, your family, and yourself!

"Accompanied by photo tutorials and helpful step-by-step instructions, these projects are kid-friendly and offer a variety of options for both beginning and more advanced DIY fans. Be inspired and discover the endless possibilities with the world's most famous jar!"--

Aug 29, 2015
The flying birds by Han, Eun-Sun, author.

The flying birds

When an old carpenter takes a walk in the park, he hears birds singing. The birdsong delights him--and he soon has a brilliant idea that makes his own heart sing. Elementary math concepts that relate to multiplication are illuminated in this gentle story that celebrates nature as well as creativity.

Aug 29, 2015
Eat a balanced diet! by Marsico, Katie, 1980- author.

Eat a balanced diet!

"Eat a Balanced Diet! focuses on nutrition while discussing steps children can take to practice healthy lifestyles. Food groups and food selection is presented through engaging text and full-color photographs. Callouts prompt inquiry, further thinking, and close examination of photographs. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words."--Provided by publisher.

Aug 29, 2015
Digging for triceratops - a discovery timeline by Holtz, Thomas R., 1965- author.

Digging for triceratops - a discovery timeline

"Provides an annotated timeline of the discovery of Triceratops including details on the scientists, dig sites, fossils, and other findings that have shaped our knowledge of this dinosaur"--

Aug 29, 2015
Mountains inside out by Bow, James, 1972-, author.

Mountains inside out

A mountain is a towering, sky-scraping world that reaches high above Earths surface. Peel back the corners of a mountain to discover the incredible organisms that live in this ecosystem, from wolves and birds to frogs and goats.

Aug 29, 2015
Mousetropolis by Christie, R. Gregory, 1971- author, illustrator.


In this update of the classic fable, City Mouse and his cousin, Country Mouse, exchange visits and, although they find many things to like in each other's homes, they quickly learn that each prefers his own.

Aug 29, 2015
My food, your food by Bullard, Lisa, author.

My food, your food

Examines different cuisines and food traditions.

Aug 29, 2015
My language, your language by Bullard, Lisa, author.

My language, your language

Explores the similarities and differences between languages.

Aug 29, 2015
Nature ranger by Walker, Richard, 1951- author.

Nature ranger

Presents general information about nature and includes more than thirty activities to help study and observe plants and animals, including making casts of footprints, growing a bean plant in a box, and making bark rubbings.

Aug 29, 2015
My clothes, your clothes by Bullard, Lisa, author.

My clothes, your clothes

"Chloe gets to pick a special outfit for school! Should she wear her karate uniform? Her firefighter's helmet? Her bunny slippers? To decide, she talks with family and friends about clothes. Which clothes show a person's interests? Which clothes show someone belongs to a certain religion or culture? Which clothes tell about a person's job? See what Chloe comes up with for her special outfit!,"--page [4] of cover.

Aug 29, 2015
Robotics engineer by Mara, Wil, author.

Robotics engineer

"Readers will learn what it takes to succeed as a robotics engineer. The book also explains the necessary educational steps, useful character traits, and daily job tasks related to this career, in the framework of the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) movement. Photos, a glossary, and additional resources are included."--

Aug 29, 2015