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Pokémon by Green, Sara, 1964- author. Pokémon

"Engaging images accompany information about Poke´mon. The combination of high-interest subject matter and narrative text is intended for students in grades 3 through 8"--

Sep 18, 2017
Polly and Her Duck Costume - The True Story of a Little Blind Rescue Goat by Lauricella, Leanne/ Howarth, Jill (ILT) Polly and Her Duck Costume - The True Story of a Little Blind Rescue Goat

Sep 21, 2017
Ponies by Roberts, Angela, 1972- author. Ponies

"A Step 2 Step into reading, all about ponies!"--

Sep 21, 2017
Portraits by Frisch-Schmoll, Joy. Portraits

"A survey of the painting genre that focuses on intimate likenesses of human figures, examining the genre's origins and introducing its notable artists, works, and styles throughout history"--Provided by publisher.

Sep 20, 2017
Predator face-off by Stewart, Melissa, author. Predator face-off

"Information and pictures of predatory animals for young children"--

Sep 25, 2017
Rapunzel by Woollvin, Bethan, author, illustrator. Rapunzel

"The prisoner of an evil witch, Rapunzel lives all alone in a tall, dark tower. If she ever escapes, the witch will put a terrible curse her. But is Rapunzel frightened? Oh no, not she!"--

Sep 25, 2017
Revolutionary rogues - John André and Benedict Arnold by Castrovilla, Selene, 1966- Revolutionary rogues - John André and Benedict Arnold

Longing for reward and recognition, American Major General Benedict Arnold turns traitor as he plots with British Major John Andre to help the British win the Revolutionary War.

Sep 18, 2017
Rewilding - Giving Nature a Second Chance by Love, Ann/ Drake, Jane Rewilding - Giving Nature a Second Chance

Sep 21, 2017
Robots can't dance - and other fun facts by Eliot, Hannah, author. Robots can't dance - and other fun facts

Discusses the types of inventions that have been created, providing facts on such technologies as robots, 3-D movies, televisions, air travel, energy sources, telephones, and cameras.

Sep 25, 2017
Runny Babbit returns by Silverstein, Shel, author, illustrator. Runny Babbit returns

Provided by amazon.com.

Sep 25, 2017
Ruth Bader Ginsburg - the case of R.B.G. vs. inequality by Winter, Jonah, 1962- author. Ruth Bader Ginsburg - the case of R.B.G. vs. inequality

"To become the first female Jewish Supreme Court Justice, the unsinkable Ruth Bader Ginsburg had to overcome countless injustices. Growing up in Brooklyn in the 1930s and '40s, Ginsburg was discouraged from working by her father, who thought a woman's place was in the home. Regardless, she went to Cornell University, where men outnumbered women four to one. There, she met her husband, Martin Ginsburg, and found her calling as a lawyer. Despite discrimination against Jews, females, and working mo

Sep 20, 2017
Salmon migration by Hansen, Grace, author. Salmon migration

Sep 20, 2017
Salvador Dali by Venezia, Mike, author. Salvador Dali

Learn about the life of Salvador Dali, one of the world's most prolific artists.

Sep 25, 2017
Sandro Botticelli by Venezia, Mike, author. Sandro Botticelli

A series of artist biographies for young readers provides hilarious, cartoon-style illustrations to complement the easy-to-read text and full-color reproductions of each master's artwork. Includes primary sources, photos, illustrations, maps and timelines. --Publisher.

Sep 25, 2017
Sandwiches! - more than you've ever wanted to know about making and eating America's favorite food by Deering, Alison, author. Sandwiches! - more than you've ever wanted to know about making and eating America's favorite food

Sep 21, 2017
Scary plants! by Lawler, Janet, author. Scary plants!

Introduces some of the planet's trickiest plants, and explains how varieties including poison ivy, devil's thorn, and the Venus fly trap are able to protect and feed themselves by stinging, trapping, and poisoning other living things.

Sep 25, 2017
See what we eat! - a first book of healthy eating by Ritchie, Scot, author, illustrator. See what we eat! - a first book of healthy eating

"The book opens with Nick, Yulee, Pedro, Sally and Martin -- the five friends from Follow That Map! (2009), Look at That Building! (2011) and Look Where We Live! (2015) - about set off for Yulee's Aunt Sara's farm for some apple-picking. Their plan is to pick some apples to use in a dessert they will take to their neighborhood's potluck celebrating the fall harvest. While on their agricultural adventure, they discover how food is grown and produced before it ends up in their kitchens and on thei

Sep 25, 2017
Self-portrait with seven fingers - the life of Marc Chagall in verse by Lewis, J. Patrick. Self-portrait with seven fingers - the life of Marc Chagall in verse

Poems and illustrations show fourteen of the well-known Russian-born painter's works.

Sep 25, 2017
Serena Williams by Peters, Stephanie True, 1965- author. Serena Williams

"Discover the amazing achievements of sports legend Serena Williams--on and off the tennis court--in this exciting new biography. Serena Williams has been ranked number one in the world for tennis singles, won twenty-two Grand Slam singles titles, and won four Olympic gold medals. She is a powerful player and a fierce competitor. Learn more about the record-breaking athlete in this comprehensive and action-packed biography, complete with stats and photographs"--

Sep 25, 2017
Sergeant Reckless - the true story of the little horse who became a hero by McCormick, Patricia, 1956- author. Sergeant Reckless - the true story of the little horse who became a hero

Relates the true story of a brave little mare who carried artillery shells into battle numerous times with the U.S. Marines she supported throughout the Korean War.

Sep 22, 2017

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