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The Eiffel Tower by Roberts, Russell, author. The Eiffel Tower

Jan 13, 2017
Eat your greens, reds, yellows, and purples by Eat your greens, reds, yellows, and purples

With 25 delicious and simple vegetarian recipes, this healthy cookbook makes fruits and vegetables fun and delicious while teaching kids the benefits of eating healthy. Teach your kids how carrots help their vision while baking carrot and orange muffins or why peppers boost their immune system while making a red pepper hummus. Written in a tone that focuses on why colorful fruit and vegetables are good, this book is for parents looking for a way to get their children excited about fruit, vegeta

Jan 13, 2017
Dropping in on... Chicago by Staton, Hilarie N., author. Dropping in on... Chicago

Chicago is an amazing place full of fascinating history and invention. Drop in on the Windy City to learn all about its past and present from the time the city burned to the ground to the amazing way it was built back up to the bustling metropolis it is today. Find places to play in the parks or listen to concerts, view fireworks, or check yourself out in The Bean!

Jan 13, 2017
DK Children's illustrated encyclopedia by DK Children's illustrated encyclopedia

A highly illustrated one-volume encyclopedia containing entries ranging from Abolitionist movement to Zoos.

Jan 13, 2017
Dinosaur dictionary for kids - the everything guide for kids who love dinosaurs by Korpella, Bob, author. Dinosaur dictionary for kids - the everything guide for kids who love dinosaurs

"Packed with hundreds of illustrated definitions about dinosaurs and the world in which they lived, "Dinosaur Dictionary for Kids" is certain to spark any kid's enthusiasm for the age of dinosaurs. Explore the Mesozoic era. Learn about dinosaurs that lived on land, those that swam the waters, and species that patrolled the skies. Find out about dinosaur extinction, how scientists date fossils, and what it takes to become a paleontologist. "Dinosaur Dictionary for Kids" will be there when it's ti

Jan 13, 2017
Diggers by Meister, Cari, author. Diggers

Explains what a digger is, how they work, and why they are important.

Jan 13, 2017
The Declaration of Independence by Meinking, Mary, author. The Declaration of Independence

Examines the factors that led to the Declaration of Independence and the conditions that resulted from it.

Jan 13, 2017
Crop circles by O'Keefe, Emily, author. Crop circles

Readers will learn about the strange designs found in farm fields with explanations of possible alien connections, hoaxes, and famous crop circle sites.

Jan 13, 2017
Create your own podcast by Anniss, Matt, author. Create your own podcast

"Practical tips on how to make your own podcast, from planning and preparing to actually recording, editing, and posting your work"--

Jan 13, 2017
The college football championship - the fight for the top spot by Doeden, Matt. The college football championship - the fight for the top spot

"Doeden takes readers on a journey from the disorganized games of the early years to the most recent playoffs to determine the best college team in the nation. Along the way, discover some of the most incredible moments, games, blunders, and statistics in the history of college football championships"--Amazon.com.

Jan 13, 2017
The Bill of Rights by Lüsted, Marcia Amidon, author. The Bill of Rights

Explains how the American Constitution is amended and examines the first ten amendments and the freedoms they provide.

Jan 13, 2017
Big dogs, little dogs - a visual guide to the world's dogs by Medway, Jim, author. Big dogs, little dogs - a visual guide to the world's dogs

Provides information on different types of dogs, including working dogs, sporting dogs, and toy dogs.

Jan 13, 2017
Bicycles by Lakin, Patricia, 1944- author. Bicycles

"Go behind the scenes and learn how craftsman Aaron Dykstra makes one-of-a-kind bicycles by hand with this nonfiction book that's full of photographs and illustrations about his process. Aaron Dykstra of Six-Eleven Bicycles in Roanoke, Virginia, got hisfirst job at a small local bike shop when he was fifteen and he spent the majority of his teen years riding and racing bikes. After a stint in the air force, Aaron realized his true passion was on land: making these beautiful machines. This book

Jan 13, 2017
Being your best at cheerleading by Yomtov, Nelson. Being your best at cheerleading

Jan 13, 2017
Being your best at baseball by Yomtov, Nelson. Being your best at baseball

Looks at the history of baseball, explaining different positions on a team, the way a field is arranged, and the rules of the game.

Jan 13, 2017
Becoming a grasshopper by Hansen, Grace, author. Becoming a grasshopper

Introduction to the life cycle and characteristics of grasshoppers.

Jan 13, 2017
Becoming a dragonfly by Hansen, Grace, author. Becoming a dragonfly

Describes the various stages in the life cycle of a dragonfly, from the egg to the adult dragonfly that emerges from the nymph state and adapts to life on land.

Jan 13, 2017
Auroras - behind the Northern and Southern lights by Peters, Elisa, author. Auroras - behind the Northern and Southern lights

Explains what auroras are, including how they form and where they are found.

Jan 13, 2017
Astronomy lab for kids - 52 family-friendly activities by Nichols, Michelle. Astronomy lab for kids - 52 family-friendly activities

Introduces readers to the basics of space in lessons that can be done with everyday items from around your house.

Jan 13, 2017
Astronomy in the real world by Hamen, Susan E., author. Astronomy in the real world

Take a look into the fascinating world of astronomy, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the amazing work scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Jan 13, 2017

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