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Sustainable energy by Parker, Victoria.

Sustainable energy

Jan 25, 2015
Tales from Grimm by Barber, Antonia, 1932- author.

Tales from Grimm

An illustrated collection of nine traditonal tales includes "The Frog Prince," "The Three Spinners," and "The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids."

Jan 25, 2015
The Alamo - myths, legends, and facts by Gunderson, Jessica.

The Alamo - myths, legends, and facts

"Explores the myths, facts, and legends associated with the Alamo"--

Jan 25, 2015
The Alamo - myths, legends, and facts by Gunderson, Jessica.

The Alamo - myths, legends, and facts

"Explores the myths, facts, and legends associated with the Alamo"--

Jan 22, 2015
The Complete Periodic Table - All the Elements With Style! by Dingle, Adrian/ Green, Dan/ Basher, Simon (ILT)

The Complete Periodic Table - All the Elements With Style!

Jan 22, 2015
The Gold Rush in California - would you catch gold fever? by Landau, Elaine.

The Gold Rush in California - would you catch gold fever?

Jan 25, 2015
The Indiana Pacers by Stewart, Mark, 1960 July 7-

The Indiana Pacers

"A revised Team Spirit Basketball edition featuring the Indiana Pacers that chronicles the history and accomplishments of the team. Includes access to the Team Spirit website which provides additional information and photos"--

Jan 25, 2015
The Jefferson Memorial - a monument to greatness by Ferry, Joseph, author.

The Jefferson Memorial - a monument to greatness

Discusses the creation of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C., as well as the life of the man it honors and his importance in American history.

Jan 21, 2015
The Liberty Bell - let freedom ring by Marcovitz, Hal, author.

The Liberty Bell - let freedom ring

Traces the history of the Liberty Bell, including information about the use of bells in colonial America, statistics about this particular bell, legends surrounding it, and its importance as an American symbol.

Jan 21, 2015
The Lincoln Memorial - myths, legends, and facts by Clark, Katie, author.

The Lincoln Memorial - myths, legends, and facts

Explores the myths, facts, and legends about the Lincoln Memorial.

Jan 20, 2015
The moon changes shape by Beaton, Kathryn, author.

The moon changes shape

"Young children are naturally curious about the world around them. The Moon Changes Shape offers answers to their most compelling questions about the lunar phases. Age-appropriate explanations and appealing photos encourage readers to continue their quest for knowledge. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words."--

Jan 25, 2015
The path to citizenship by Howell, Sara.

The path to citizenship

Explains what it means to be a citizen of the United States and the role of immigration in American history, and outlines the process of becoming a naturalized citizen, from getting a permanent-resident card to taking the oath.

Jan 25, 2015
The periodic table - elements with style by Dingle, Adrian, 1967-

The periodic table - elements with style

"Do you confuse boron with barium or chlorine with fluorine? Fear not! This book comes to the rescue by mixing science and art to create the most unique periodic table you've ever seen."--Publisher's web site.

Jan 25, 2015
The pledge of allegiance - story of one indivisible nation by Kozleski, Lisa, author.

The pledge of allegiance - story of one indivisible nation

Relates the history of how the Pledge of Allegiance came to be written and how it became an important part of American life.

Jan 21, 2015
The Pledge of Allegiance - story of one indivisible nation by Kozleski, Lisa.

The Pledge of Allegiance - story of one indivisible nation

Relates the history of how the Pledge of Allegiance came to be written and how it became an important part of American life.

Jan 25, 2015
The race to feed the hungry by Colson, Mary.

The race to feed the hungry

Describes the issue of world hunger, discussing how the problems developed, possible alternatives, and changes to make for the future.

Jan 25, 2015
The race to fix the global economy by Levete, Sarah.

The race to fix the global economy

Describes the current issues with the global economy, discussing how the problems developed, possible alternatives, and changes to make for the future.

Jan 25, 2015
The race to survive climate change by Royston, Angela, 1945- author.

The race to survive climate change

Describes the current issues with climate change, discussing how the problems developed, possible alternatives, and changes to make for the future.

Jan 25, 2015
The Rainforest - A Nonfiction Companion to the Original Magic School Bus Series by Cole, Joanna/ Degen, Bruce (ILT)

The Rainforest - A Nonfiction Companion to the Original Magic School Bus Series

Jan 25, 2015
The rat by Gravel, Elise.

The rat

One in a series of humorous books about disgusting creatures, The Rat is a look at the black rat. It covers such topics as the rat's long, agile tail (it's good for balancing and picking noses), long teeth (they can chew through anything, including books) and disgusting taste in food (delicious electrical wires in tomato sauce, anyone?). Although silly and off-the-wall, The Rat contains real information that will tie in with curriculum.

Jan 25, 2015