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Storks by Riggs, Kate, author. Storks

"A basic exploration of the appearance, behavior, and habitat of storks, Earth's big wading birds. Also included is a story from folklore explaining why marabou storks have featherless heads"--

Jul 21, 2017
Strange medicine by Farndon, John. Strange medicine

Provided by publisher.

Jul 21, 2017
Take a picture of me, James Van Der Zee! by Loney, Andrea J., author. Take a picture of me, James Van Der Zee!

Jul 14, 2017
Teen parents by Poole, Hilary W, author. Teen parents

Presents facts about teenage pregnancy, covering methods of contraception, special concerns for teenage mothers, and the responsibilities of the parents.

Jul 21, 2017
Tell Me About the Catholic Faith by Tell Me About the Catholic Faith

Jul 20, 2017
Tell Me About the Catholic Faith for Small Children by Pedotti, Christine Tell Me About the Catholic Faith for Small Children

Jul 20, 2017
The Book of Massively Epic Engineering Disasters - 33 Thrilling Experiments Based on History's Greatest Blunders by Connolly, Sean The Book of Massively Epic Engineering Disasters - 33 Thrilling Experiments Based on History's Greatest Blunders

Jul 20, 2017
The great penguin rescue - saving the African penguins by Markle, Sandra, author. The great penguin rescue - saving the African penguins

"The African Penguin population is critically low, due to various factors including climate change. Scientists and volunteers with a South African organization are helping to rescue these endangered birds by rearing abandoned chicks."--

Jul 20, 2017
The next place by Hanson, Warren. The next place

An inspirational journey to a place where earthly hurts are left behind.

Jul 17, 2017
The shape of the world - a portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright by Going, K. L. (Kelly L.), author. The shape of the world - a portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright

"A little boy who loves to find shapes in nature grows up to be one of America's greatest architects, Frank Lloyd Wright"--

Jul 20, 2017
The story of coding by Kelly, James F. (James Floyd), author. The story of coding

Presents a history and description of computer programming, or coding, noting such figures as Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace, and provides a parent guide, tips, and a quiz.

Jul 14, 2017
The Super Bowl - chasing football immortality by Doeden, Matt, author. The Super Bowl - chasing football immortality

Jul 20, 2017
To my rainbow baby with love by McCauley, Tamekia To my rainbow baby with love

Jul 17, 2017
Under the sea by Owen, Ruth, 1967- Under the sea

Introduces some of the animals found under the sea, including sea horses, crabs, and coral.

Jul 17, 2017
Walt Disney by Haldy, Emma E., author. Walt Disney

Simple short sentences are used to introduce the youngest readers to Walt Disney.

Jul 17, 2017
Weigh it! by Higgins, Nadia, author. Weigh it!

"Carefully leveled text and vibrant photographs introduce early fluent readers to the practice of weighing and encourage them to try it themselves. Includes infographics, activity, glossary, and index."--

Jul 21, 2017
When the sun goes dark by Fraknoi, Andrew, author. When the sun goes dark

This illustrated book is a fun way to get young astronomers ready for August 2017, when millions of North Americans will have the rare chance to witness a solar eclipse. The book tells how two curious children and their grandparents re-create eclipses in their living room using a lamp, a tennis ball, two Hula Hoops, and Ping-Pong balls. Later, in the backyard and around the house, the family explores safe ways to view a solar eclipse and ponders phenomena from sunspots to phases of the Moon. Wri

Jul 14, 2017
Why do birds have feathers? - and other questions about evolution and classification by Jacobs, Pat, author. Why do birds have feathers? - and other questions about evolution and classification

Discusses the evolution and adaptations of birds.

Jul 14, 2017
Why do fish have gills? - and other questions about evolution and classification by Jacobs, Pat, author. Why do fish have gills? - and other questions about evolution and classification

"What is a fish? How can you classify fish? Readers will find the answers to these questions and more in this volume. Readers will learn the differences between flatfish, catfish, eels, and more, as they get an up-close look at several fish species. They will learn the ways fish have adapted over millions of years to fit into their environment, including developing a swim bladder and fins"--Provided by publisher.

Jul 14, 2017
Why do insects have six legs? - and other questions about evolution and classification by Jacobs, Pat, author. Why do insects have six legs? - and other questions about evolution and classification

Explores the key characteristics of insects, and looks at how these characteristics have evolved over time.

Jul 14, 2017

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