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Things That Grow by Walden, Libby/ Stadtlander, Becca (ILT) Things That Grow

Feb 18, 2017
Taking action to improve schools by Lawson, Sabina, author. Taking action to improve schools

Profiles individuals involved in improving access to education, school policies, cultural and gender issues, and school safety, including resistance to testing, overcrowding, homelessness, equality in sports, and wheelchair accessibility. --Publisher

Feb 18, 2017
Tad Lucas - trick-riding rodeo cowgirl by Ford, Stephanie, author. Tad Lucas - trick-riding rodeo cowgirl

Feb 18, 2017
Supernatural creatures by Ganeri, Anita, 1961- Supernatural creatures

Supernatural creatures that arise from the stories and folklore of very different cultures finally have a chance to fight it out. With detailed histories of each creature, readers will not only guess who will win each battle, but will also learn the history behind many of their favorite frightening creatures.

Feb 18, 2017
Superman science - the real-world science behind Superman's powers by Biskup, Agnieszka, author. Superman science - the real-world science behind Superman's powers

Feb 18, 2017
Strange fruit - Billie Holiday and the power of a protest song by Golio, Gary, author. Strange fruit - Billie Holiday and the power of a protest song

Feb 18, 2017
Stand up and sing! - Pete Seeger, folk music, and the path to justice by Reich, Susanna. Stand up and sing! - Pete Seeger, folk music, and the path to justice

Feb 18, 2017
Sneed B. Collard III's most fun book ever about insects / The Most Fun Bug Book Ever by Collard, Sneed B, author. Sneed B. Collard III's most fun book ever about insects / The Most Fun Bug Book Ever

Feb 18, 2017
Sioux code talkers of World War II by Page, Andrea M., author. Sioux code talkers of World War II

"The author's great-uncle John Bear King was a Sioux Indian in the First Cavalry in the Second World War. Her book follows seven Sioux who put aside a long history of prejudice against their people and joined the fight against Japan, using their native language as a secret code for the Americans. The Sioux and other tribal code-talking groups have historically taken a backseat to the Navajo Code Talkers, until a presidential act of recognition was signed in 2008."--Provided by publisher.

Feb 18, 2017
Sharks by Fowler, Sarah L., author. Sharks

"Get up close and personal with all kinds of sharks-from bullhead to cow to carpet sharks-and learn how to identify different types, which is strongest, and so much more with this exciting book full of amazing images, fun quizzes, and incredible information" -- provided by publisher.

Feb 18, 2017
Serena vs. Venus - how a photograph spotlighted the fight for equality by Smith-Llera, Danielle, 1971- author. Serena vs. Venus - how a photograph spotlighted the fight for equality

Feb 18, 2017
Self-driving car by Currie, Stephen, 1960- author. Self-driving car

"Describes the invention and development of Self Driving Cars. Explores trials and tribulations along with the technological advances seen today. Includes glossary, websites, and bibliography for further reading"--Provided by publisher.

Feb 18, 2017
The secret project by Winter, Jonah, 1962- author. The secret project

"The world's greatest scientists gather in a secret town in the desert to develop the atomic bomb."--

Feb 18, 2017
Samoyeds by Polinsky, Paige V., author. Samoyeds

Feb 18, 2017
Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Niver, Heather Moore, author. Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been fighting for womens' rights for over 40 years. As a lawyer, a professor, and a Supreme Court Justice, Ginsburg has worked tirelessly for womens' ssues on a national level. Her life story is presented to readers through accessible text meant to encourage them to fight for what they believe in as Ginsberg has."--

Feb 18, 2017
Russia by Blake, Kevin, 1978- author. Russia

Feb 18, 2017
Round by Sidman, Joyce, author. Round

"Newbery-Honor winning poet Joyce Sidman invites readers to search their worlds for round objects in nature. Illustrated with warm, intimate art by two-time New York Times Best Illustrated artist Taeeun Yoo, this fresh celebration shows why we love this shape best."--

Feb 18, 2017
Ronda Rousey by Fishman, Jon M., author. Ronda Rousey

Feb 18, 2017
Rocks, minerals and gems by Farndon, John, author. Rocks, minerals and gems

Introduces special rocks and pictures many different gems and gives brief information about each one.

Feb 18, 2017
Rivers of sunlight - how the sun moves water around the earth by Bang, Molly, author, illustrator. Rivers of sunlight - how the sun moves water around the earth

"The sun explains its role in the movement of water around the Earth, from the lifting of fresh water from the seas, to the movement of underwater currents that nourish the world's oceans. The sun has a hand in moving rivers of water in its liquid, gaseous, and solid states all around the Earth, enabling life to exist on our planet. But human beings are interfering in this natural cycle, unbalancing the amount of fresh water available."--

Feb 18, 2017

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