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Disgusting eats - nasty, but tasty recipes by Ventura, Marne, author. Disgusting eats - nasty, but tasty recipes

"Easy-to-follow instructions and cooking tips teach young readers how to cook a variety of gross looking, yet delicious recipes"--

Sep 20, 2017
Dinosaur Detective's search-and-find rescue mission by Guerrive, Sophie, 1983- author. Dinosaur Detective's search-and-find rescue mission

With his red airplane, the Dinosaur Detective travels the world in search of lost animals. A rich and whimsical "hide and seek" picture book, which takes the reader on a puzzle-packed tour of a dozen different destinations, including the jungle, the stormy sea and outerspace. Detailed drawings of drama-filled scenes will challenge children of all ages to test their spotting skills. -- amazon.com

Sep 20, 2017
Desert biome by Hansen, Grace, author. Desert biome

Text and photographs look at the climate, plants, and animals of desert biomes.

Sep 20, 2017
Constitutional rights by Sherman, Jill, author. Constitutional rights

"Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of the press are three of the core American values outlined in the Constitution. Constitutional Rights explains these and other rights contained in one of America's key founding documents."--Publisher's website.

Sep 20, 2017
The complete book of fashion history - a stylish journey through history and the ultimate guide for being fashionable in every era by Sedláčková, Jana, author. The complete book of fashion history - a stylish journey through history and the ultimate guide for being fashionable in every era

Travel through time and learn about the most popular fashion trends in history! Explore world history and culture through the lens of fashion with The Complete Book of Fashion History. Travel through time and learn about the most popular fashion trends in history, from the animal furs of prehistory to the golden crowns of ancient Egypt. Why did French aristocrats powder their hair? And why did Scottish soldiers wear kilts? From buttons to zippers and leather sandals to high heels, young fashioni

Sep 20, 2017
Classic storybook fables by Gustafson, Scott, illustrator. Classic storybook fables

An illustrated retelling of eight classic fairy tales, emphasizing the lesson to be learned from each.

Sep 20, 2017
Chilling cemeteries by Markovics, Joyce L., author. Chilling cemeteries

Explores four haunted cemeteries, including Barnes, Hollywood, Santa Paula, and Sleepy Hollow cemeteries.

Sep 20, 2017
Campfire chef - mouthwatering campfire recipes by Omoth, Tyler, author. Campfire chef - mouthwatering campfire recipes

"Easy-to-follow instructions and cooking tips teach young readers how to cook a variety of mouthwatering campfire recipes"--

Sep 20, 2017
Bomb squad technicians in action by Baxter, Roberta, 1952- author. Bomb squad technicians in action

Give readers an inside look at the dangerous job of bomb squad technicians. Additional features include a table of contents, a Fast Facts spread, critical-thinking questions, a phonetic glossary, an index, a selected bibliography, an introduction to the author, and sources for further research.

Sep 20, 2017
Birthdays - beyond cake and ice cream by Tate, Nikki, 1962- author. Birthdays - beyond cake and ice cream

"How do you celebrate the day you joined the world? Find out whose party includes a horse race, which culture does a coming-of-age fire-ant ritual, and other wonderful ways birthdays are celebrated around the world"--

Sep 20, 2017
Big machines - the story of Virginia Lee Burton by Rinker, Sherri Duskey, author. Big machines - the story of Virginia Lee Burton

Desribes the life of the children's book author and illustrator, conveying her life at Folly Cove, her love of dance, and how she was able to create images of machinery, including those used in her book, Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel.

Sep 20, 2017
Bedtime math - the truth comes out by Overdeck, Laura, author. Bedtime math - the truth comes out

"In Bedtime Math, math and fun facts combine for one wacky and wild adventure! Now kids can discover the truth behind all their favorite things: marshmallows, Coca-Cola, astronaut ice cream, and more!"--

Sep 20, 2017
Artists and their pets - true stories of famous artists and their animal friends by Hodge, Susie, 1960- author. Artists and their pets - true stories of famous artists and their animal friends

"Did you know that Pablo Picasso had many pets, including a white mouse and a goat? And that Andy Warhol loved his dachshunds, Georgia O'Keeffe had a passion for chows, and Salvador Dali´ liked ocelots and walked an anteater? Artists and Their Pets tells these stores and many more including Frida Kahlo's love for monkeys, Henri Matisse traveling with his cats, and Leonardo da Vinci famously freeing birds from their cages in Italian markets." -- Back cover.

Sep 20, 2017
Airplanes by Adamson, Thomas K., 1970- author. Airplanes

"Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to airplanes. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--

Sep 20, 2017
Adventures in Asian art - an afternoon at the museum by DiCicco, Sue, author, illustrator. Adventures in Asian art - an afternoon at the museum

Follow three kids as they take an imaginative tour of Asian art through examples found in the Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. As the kids wander from exhibit to exhibit, they picture themselves in another time and place as they explore textiles, ceramics, statues, armor, and more. Along the way, they learn a little bit about the cultures, beliefs, and daily life that resulted in these wonderful works of art.

Sep 20, 2017
ABCs from space - a discovered alphabet by Voiland, Adam, author. ABCs from space - a discovered alphabet

An alphabet book of photographs of Earth taken from outer space that look like each letter. --

Sep 20, 2017
50 things you should know about Titanic by Callery, Sean, author. 50 things you should know about Titanic

The largest ocean liner of her time, Titanic was hailed as the ultimate in luxury travel, with grand dining halls and the latest technology, including an onboard telephone system. She set off on her maiden voyage on 10 April 1912 with more than 2,000 people on board. Just four days later, the ship struck an iceberg off the coast of Canada, and the unthinkable happened: Titanic sank. Find out what caused more than 1,000 people to drown and why the ship was so woefully ill-equipped for such a disa

Sep 20, 2017
50 things you should know about the environment by Green, Jen, author. 50 things you should know about the environment

From the icy poles to the evergreen rainforests, life has found a way to flourish in nearly every environment on Earth. This book explores the startling discoveries of new life forms in extreme environments, such as the strange worlds of the ocean depths. Whilst marvelling the world around us, it also confronts the human impact on the environment. The mounting evidence for global warming is explored and challenges us to work towards a more sustainable future. Packed with facts, diagrams, infogra

Sep 20, 2017
50 things you should know about inventions by Gifford, Clive, author. 50 things you should know about inventions

Discover the stories behind the world's most important inventions, from everyday essentials to major scientific discoveries. Find out how inventors made dramatic breakthroughs in everything from batteries and microchips to magnetism and rocket power. Packed with facts, illustrations, infographics, and photos.

Sep 20, 2017
10 reasons to love a turtle by Barr, Catherine, author. 10 reasons to love a turtle

Provided by amazon.com.

Sep 20, 2017

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