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Connecticut - the Constitution State by Hamilton, John, 1959- author. Connecticut - the Constitution State

Presents the history, geography, climate, plants and animals, cities, transportation, natural resources, industry, sports, entertainment, and people of Connecticut, as well as general facts about the state.

Mar 25, 2017
Colorado - the Centennial State by Hamilton, John, 1959- author. Colorado - the Centennial State

Presents the history, geography, climate, plants and animals, cities, transportation, natural resources, industry, sports, entertainment, and people of Colorado, as well as general facts about the Centennial State.

Mar 25, 2017
Colonial Williamsburg by Goldish, Meish, author. Colonial Williamsburg

"In the 1700s, Williamsburg, Virginia, was one of the most important towns in America. However, by the early 1900s, most of its historic buildings had either been torn down or were crumbling. That's when a local church minister had an incredible idea--to rebuild the old town. He just needed help from townspeople, a team of historians, and one of the richest men in the world! Look inside to read the fascinating story of this iconic American town."--Back cover.

Mar 25, 2017
Candace Parker by Dunn, Mary R. Candace Parker

"Simple text and full-color photographs briefly describe the life of Candace Parker and her career as a professional basketball player"--

Mar 25, 2017
Canada year by year by MacLeod, Elizabeth, author. Canada year by year

A history of Canada describes major events and key figures from 1867 to the present day.

Mar 25, 2017
Bulldozers by Clay, Kathryn, author. Bulldozers

"Simple nonfiction text and full-color photographs present bulldozers"--

Mar 25, 2017
A book of bridges - here to there and me to you by Keely, Cheryl, 1969- author. A book of bridges - here to there and me to you

"Bridges are some of the most fascinating structures in our landscape. From towering suspension bridges to humble stone crossings, this book visits them all in sweet, bouncing text with expository sidebars. But while bridges can be quite grand, this reminds us that their main purpose is bringing people together"--

Mar 25, 2017
Bioengineering - discover how nature inspires human designs - with 25 projects by Burillo-Kirch, Christine, author. Bioengineering - discover how nature inspires human designs - with 25 projects

"In Bioengineering: Discover How Nature Inspires Human Designs, readers ages 9--12 explore the engineering and innovation that come from the natural world around us and use their own interactions with nature to inspire new designs. Introduces bioengineering, which combines life sciences and engineering to inspire scientific discovery and the invention of new technologies. Includes recent relevant topics in the news while providing a historical perspective of previous scientific discoveries. Prom

Mar 25, 2017
Basketball time! by Flynn, Brendan, 1977- author. Basketball time!

Introduces young readers to the sport of basketball, discussing necessary equipment, rules of the game, and where it can be played.

Mar 25, 2017
Baseball time! by Flynn, Brendan, 1977- Baseball time!

Explains what baseball is and what equipment is needed to play it.

Mar 25, 2017
Backhoes by Clay, Kathryn, author. Backhoes

"Simple nonfiction text and full-color photographs present backhoes"--

Mar 25, 2017
Aviation - cool women who fly by Van Vleet, Carmella, author. Aviation - cool women who fly

"Have you ever looked up into the sky, seen an airplane, and wondered where it was going and who was flying it? Aviation is the study of the design, development and production, and operation of aircraft. In Aviation: Cool Women Who Fly . . . learn about this fascinating field and meet three successful women working in aviation. Meg Godlewski is a master certified flight instructor, Kristin Wolfe is a pilot in the Air Force, and Taylor McConnell is a Production Support Engineer."--Amazon.com

Mar 25, 2017
Atlas of miniature adventures by Hawkins, Emily, author. Atlas of miniature adventures

Discover the world's smallest adventures with this beautifully illustrated journey around the world from the award-winning team behind Atlas of Adventures. Explore seven continent maps and learn about the best small-scale adventures on Earth - whether you're taking a ride on the world's largest miniature railway, sending a letter with the world's smallest post office or cruising coral reefs with the smallest seahorse, this book brings together the best miniature adventures from the four corners

Mar 25, 2017
Arkansas - the Natural State by Hamilton, John, 1959- author. Arkansas - the Natural State

Presents the history, geography, climate, plants and animals, cities, transportation, natural resources, industry, sports, entertainment, and people of Colorado, as well as general facts about the Natural State.

Mar 25, 2017
Arizona - the Grand Canyon state by Hamilton, John, 1959- author. Arizona - the Grand Canyon state

Describes the geography, history, people, government, and economy of the Grand Canyon state.

Mar 25, 2017
Ants rule - the long and short of it by Barner, Bob, author. Ants rule - the long and short of it

The ants need to plan the Blowout Bug Jamboree! But how can they build a thrilling carnival ride for the festival if they don't know how many bugs will come, or how big those bugs will be? This is a colorful and fun-filled introduction to nonstandard measurement, comparison, and organizing and representing data. As caterpillars, butterflies, and other insects are measured and compared in lengths of ants, an amazing plan unfolds. Just in time for the jamboree, the ants put the final touches on th

Mar 25, 2017
Amazon rain forest by Franchino, Vicky. Amazon rain forest

Explores the Amazon rain forest ecosystem, plants that grow there, animals it is home to, the climate of the area, and how people live there.

Mar 25, 2017
All the dirt - a history of getting clean by Ashenburg, Katherine, author. All the dirt - a history of getting clean

Presents information about personal cleanliness in different historical periods and cultures from around the world, examining the widely varying conceptions of what cleanliness has meant in different times and places.

Mar 25, 2017
Alexander Hamilton - the making of America by Kanefield, Teri, 1960- author. Alexander Hamilton - the making of America

"The America that Alexander Hamilton knew was largely agricultural and built on slave labor. He envisioned something else: a multi-racial, urbanized, capitalistic America with a strong central government. He believed that such an America would be a land of opportunity for the poor and the newcomers. But Hamilton's vision put him at odds with his archrivals who envisioned a pastoral America of small towns, where governments were local, states would control their own destiny, and the federal gover

Mar 25, 2017
Alexander Hamilton - from orphan to founding father by Kulling, Monica, author. Alexander Hamilton - from orphan to founding father

Presents an introduction to the life and achievements of Alexander Hamilton, including his early years as an orphan in the West Indies, his role in the Revolutionary War and his contributions as America's first secretary of the treasury.

Mar 25, 2017

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