by Amor, Jaime E613.7046 AMOR

Lulu the Lion Cub Learns to Roar

While performing the yoga poses modeled by the author on each page, readers can follow the story of how Lulu the lion learns to roar.…

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by Singh, Rina, E491.43 SINGH

My First Book of Hindi Words : an Abc Rhyming Book of Hindi Language and Indian

Organized as an ABC rhyming book, My First Book of Hindi Words incorporates common Hindi words into charming English-language rhymes, beginning with: "A is for akash. A sky so blue where little birds fly and big planes, too," and on through "Z is for zukhaam. Achoo! I sneeze. I must have a cold. Mama, hug me please!" F…

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by Delacre, Lulu E599.763 DELACRE

"Uses the framework of the alphabet to present information about plants and animals of the cloud forest on the western slopes of the Ecuadorian Andes and the 2013 discovery of the olinguito. Includes additional information about the cloud forest and the discovery of the olinguito, a map, a glossary, an author's note, a…

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by Bonner, Hannah E567.9 BONNER

Dining with Dinosaurs : a Tasty Guide to Mesozoic Munching

"Sure you know T-Rex was the meat-eating king and brontosaurus munched on leaves, but what else was on the dino dining menu during the Mesozoic era? Meet the 'vores: carnivores, piscivores, herbivores, insectivores, "trashivores," "sunivores," and omnivores like us. Readers will be surprised and inspired to learn about…

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by Moser, Elise EB-ZANTOW MOSER

What Milly Did : the Remarkable Pioneer of Plastics Recycling

"Milly Zantow wanted to solve the problem of her town's full landfill and ended up creating a global recycling standard - the system of numbers you see inside the little triangle on plastics. This is the inspiring story of how she mobilized her community, creating sweeping change to help the environment."--Amazon.com…

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by Rao, Joe. E520 RAO

Looking Up! : the Science of Stargazing

Provides trivia on the planets, the Sun, and other celestial bodies, including the temperature on the surface of the Sun, why Pluto is considered a dwarf planet, and when and where one can see the next total solar eclipse.…

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by Levinson, Cynthia E323.092 LEVINSO

The Youngest Marcher : the Story of Audrey Faye Hendricks, a Young Civil Rights

Presents the life of nine-year-old Audrey Faye Hendricks who became the youngest known child to be arrested for picketing against Birmingham segregation practices in 1963.…

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by Steptoe, Javaka, EB-BASQUIAT STEPTOE

Radiant Child : the Story of Young Artist Jean-michel Basquiat

Jean-Michel Basquiat and his unique, collage-style paintings rocked to fame in the 1980s as a cultural phenomenon unlike anything the art work had ever seen. But before that, he was a little boy who saw art everywhere: in poetry books and museums, in games and in the words that we speak, and in the pulsing energy of Ne…

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by Jackson, Ellen, E594.56 JACKSON

Octopuses One to Ten

"A fascinating counting journey through the amazing and mysterious world of octopuses"--…

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by Chin, Jason, E557.9132 CHIN

Grand Canyon

"An exploration of the Grand Canyon on a grand scale, as only Jason Chin can illustrate and explain."--…

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by Winter, Jonah, EB MANTLE WINTERS

Mickey Mantle : the Commerce Comet

Traces the life and baseball career of the legend, discussing the records he set and some he still holds.…

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by Sayre, April Pulley E551.5784 SAYRE

Best in Snow

"A photographic non-fiction picture book about the wonder of snowfall and the winter water cycle"--Provided by publisher.…

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by Hatkoff, Craig EB-CECIL HATKOFF

Cecil's Pride : the True Story of a Lion King

Describes Cecil the lion's rise to power at the Hwange National Park, from his struggles as a cub and alliance with rival Jericho to his untimely death that shocked the world.…

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by Scarborough, Kate E595.79 SCARBOR

A Wasp Builds a Nest

Describes how a paper wasp builds a nest, allowing readers to flip through step-cut pages that build in size to aid in understanding the process.…

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by Singer, Allison E352.2309 SINGER

What is the President's Job?

Presents an overview of the office of the president, exploring how they are elected, where they live, and what they do at work.…

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by Sasek, M. E917.47 SASEK

This is New York

A pictorial tour of Manhattan Island presenting drawings of its neighborhoods, transportation and traffic, buildings, and the city's activities, from the local shoeshine stall to Wall Street.…

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by Kaneko, Misuzu E811.54 KANEKO

Are You an Echo? : the Lost Poetry of Misuzu Kaneko

A collection of the Japanese poet's work is paired with the story of her tragic life.…

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by Keller, Shana, EB BANNEKER KELLER

Ticktock Banneker's Clock

"Benjamin Banneker is known and admired for his work in science, mathematics, and astronomy. He was born free at a time in America, 1731, when most African Americans were slaves. At the age of 22 he built a strike clock based on his own drawings and usinga pocket-knife" --…

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by Calkhoven, Laurie EB OWENS CALKHOV

Jesse Owens

Meet Jesse Owens, an African American runner who won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin! What made his achievement even more memorable was that Adolph Hitler expected the Olympic Games to be a German showcase. In fact, he criticized the United States for even including black athletes on its Olympic roster.…

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by Dylan, Bob, E782.4216 DYLAN

Forever Young

Bob Dylan's classic 1974 anthem Forever Young is reimagined by award-willing illustrator Rogers. In this picture book, the lyrics follow the story of a young boy who travels through Dylan's life, living in the footsteps of a musical legend.…

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by Calkhoven, Laurie E004.092 CALKHOV

The Women Who Launched the Computer Age

True story of six women who programmed the ENIAC computer as part of a secret WWII mission. They learned to program the computer without any software, instructions or tools (none existed.). --…

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by Herrington, Lisa M. E597.9 HERRING

Remarkable Reptiles

"Introduces the reader to remarkable reptiles."--…

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by Bang, Molly E551.48 BANG

Rivers of Sunlight : How the Sun Cycles 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 …

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by Meisel, Paul E595.727 MEISEL

My Awesome Summer, by P. Mantis

The life cycle of a praying mantis. --…

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by Christelow, Eileen E598.842 CHRISTE

Robins! : How They Grow Up

"A look at the life cycle and habits of our most beloved and familiar bird"--…

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by Masiello, Ralph E743.87 MASIELL

Ralph Masiello's Halloween Drawing Book

Provides step-by-step instructions for drawing Halloween motifs including pumpkins, ghosts, a black cat, gravestones, a witch, a skeleton, and a haunted mansion.…

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by Macy, Sue EB-GARBER MACY

Miss Mary Reporting : the True Story of Sportswriter Mary Garber

Examines the career of Mary Garber, who "was a sportswriter for fifty-six years and was the first woman to receive the Associated Press Sports Editors Red Smith Award, presented for major contributions in sports journalism. And now, every year the Association of Women in Sports Media presents the Mary Garber Pioneer Aw…

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by Dickinson, Emily, E811.4 DICKINS

Emily Dickinson : Poetry for Kids

Introduces younger audiences to the poetry of Emily Dickinson through thirty-five signature works complemented by explanatory text, definitions of important words, and illustrations.…

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by Ellis, Gerry E599.674 ELLIS

Natumi Takes the Lead : the True Story of an Orphan Elephant Who Finds Family

After losing her mother, shy Natumi is rescued by a team from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, an orphanage for baby elephants. At the shelter, Natumi hides behind keepers' legs to watch the other elephants at the shelter. But soon, she meets several other orphans, and the eight of them play together in the surround…

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by Nagara, Innosanto EB-NAGARA NAGARA

My Night in the Planetarium

"From the author and illustrator of A is for Activist and Counting on Community. This time, Innosanto Nagara tells a true story from his childhood in Indonesia. It is a child's view of a particular place and time--but it is also an introduction to Indonesia, a story about colonialism, and a message about the power of c…

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by Gianferrari, Maria E599.7725 GIANFER

Coyote Moon

"A nonfiction picture book about coyotes hunting in suburban neighborhoods at night."--…

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One Minute Till Bedtime : 60-second Poems to Send You off to Sleep

A collection of poems that can be read in sixty seconds features the work of celebrated writers, including Jon Scieszka, Nikki Grimes, and Lemony Snicket.…

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by Levy, Debbie E973.7 LEVY

Soldier Song : a True Story of the Civil War

Provides an account of the important role of songs in rallying Union and Confederate troops during the American Civil War.…

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by Yolen, Jane E811.54 YOLEN

Thunder Underground

A collection of poems explores the wonder underground, from animal burrows and subways to caves and magma.…

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by Chin, Jason, E557.9132 CHIN

Grand Canyon

"An exploration of the Grand Canyon on a grand scale, as only Jason Chin can illustrate and explain"--…

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by Walsh, Barbara Elizabeth, EB-MICHAEL WALSH

The Poppy Lady : Moina Belle Michael and Her Tribute to Veterans

Known as the Poppy Lady, Moina Belle Michael, a schoolteacher from Georgia, successfully established the Flanders Field Memorial Poppy as a universal symbol of tribute and support for veterans and their families during World War I and II.…

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by Keller, Shana, EB BANNEKER KELLER

Ticktock Banneker's Clock

"Benjamin Banneker is known and admired for his work in science, mathematics, and astronomy. He was born free at a time in America, 1731, when most African Americans were slaves. At the age of 22 he built a strike clock based on his own drawings and using a pocket-knife" --…

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by Kerley, Barbara E355.1209 KERLEY

Brave Like Me

"When someone is serving our country, far from home, everyone in their family has to be brave. Including -- and sometimes especially -- the kids. This book speaks to all kids in this situation in telling the story of a boy and a girl with parents away on duty. It captures the children's worries, fears, trials, and triu…

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by Sasek, M. E942.1 SASEK

This is London

A pictorial tour of the capital of England, presenting drawings of her historic buildings and monuments, traditions, transportation, and the daily activities of her many inhabitants and visitors.…

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by Barber, Elke E393 BARBER

Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute? : Explaining (sudden) Death in Words Very Youn

Alex and his father are on a boys-only weekend when his father has a heart attack. Alex finds someone to call the ambulance, but his father dies on the way to hospital. His mother comes to get him and explains why his daddy can't come back.…

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by Christelow, Eileen E598.842 CHRISTE

Robins! : How They Grow Up

"Robins are the most familiar and beloved of all birds, found throughout North America and celebrated as one of the first signs of spring. But there's a lot about them that most people don't know! In this visually stunning picture book that features comic-book panels combined with painterly illustrations, Eileen Christ…

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by Pinkney, Andrea Davis EB-KEATS PINKNEY

A Poem for Peter : the Story of Ezra Jack Keats and the Creation of The Snowy Da

"A celebration of the extraordinary life of Ezra Jack Keats, creator of The Snowy Day"--…

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by Wechsler, Doug E597.87 WECHSLE

The Hidden Life of a Toad

Presents extreme close-up images of the life cycle of the American toad, from egg to tadpole to adult.…

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by Vernick, Audrey EB-HOUGHTON VERNICK

The Kid from Diamond Street : the Extraordinary Story of Baseball Legend Edith H

Beginning in 1922, when Edith Houghton was only ten years old, she tried out for a women's professional baseball team, the Philadelphia Bobbies. Though she was the smallest on the field, soon reporters were talking about "The Kid" and her incredible skill, and crowds were packing the stands to see her play. Her story r…

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by Heos, Bridget E595.774 HEOS

I, Fly : the Buzz About Flies and How Awesome They Are

Fly is fed up with everyone studying butterflies. After all, flies go through metamorphosis too -- and they are so much cooler! They flap their wings 200 times a second, compared to a butterfly's measly five to twelve times. Their babies -- maggots -- are much cuter than caterpillars (obviously). And when they eat soli…

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Jungle Animals

"Introduces animals that live in the jungle, discussing how they move, find food, and different physical characteristics"--…

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by Amor, Jaime E613.7046 AMOR

Lulu the Lion Cub Learns to Roar

"Lulu the lion cub hasn't learned how to roar yet -- this makes her feel really frustrated and angry. With the help of Mindy the chimp, Ernie the elephant, George the giraffe and her other friends, Lulu learns how to deal with her anger and she finally finds that roar... just when danger threatens them all!"--Back cove…

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by Maurer, Tracy, E338.7681 MAURER

John Deere, That's Who!

Back in the 1830s, who was a young blacksmith from Vermont, about to make his mark on American history? John Deere, that's who! Who moved to Illinois, where farmers were struggling to plow through the thick, rich soil they called gumbo? Who tinkered and tweaked and tested until he invented a steel plow that sliced into…

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by Jenner, Caryn E599.4 JENNER

All About Bats

Introduces bats, describing their habitats, physical characteristics, and behavior.…

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by Rao, Joe. E520 RAO

Looking Up! : the Science of Stargazing

"Did you know that comets are sometimes called "hairy stars?" Or that if you saw a sunset on the moon, the sun would look white because the moon doesn't have an atmosphere? You'll learn this and much more as you become an expert on the objects in the sky"--Publisher.…

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by Winter, Jonah, E355.8251 WINTER

The Secret Project

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

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by Calkhoven, Laurie E004.092 CALKHOV

The Women Who Launched the Computer Age

The story of Jean Jennings, Kay McNulty, Frances Bilas, Ruth Lichterman, Betty Snyder, and Marlyn Wescoff, who were chosen to work on the ENIAC computer.…

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by Bechtel, Mark E796.962 BECHTEL

My First Book of Hockey

Presents simple facts about hockey, including terms, positions, and plays.…

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by Brown, Lisa, E387.736 BROWN

The Airport Book

Follow a family and the youngest member's favorite sock monkey through all the inner and outer workings of an airport. In a book that is as intriguing as it is useful and entertaining, we follow a family on its way through the complexities of a modern-day airport. From checking bags and watching them disappear on the m…

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by Arnold, Caroline E636.507 ARNOLD

Hatching Chicks in Room 6

Kindergartners learn about the life cycle of a chicken, incubating eggs, watching them hatch, and raising them until they are old enough to go to the chicken coop.…

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by Drummond, Allan E388.3472 DRUMMON

Pedal Power : How One Community Became the Bicycle Capital of the World

"Pedal Power is the story of the people who led protests against the unsafe streets and took over a vehicles-only tunnel on their bikes, showing what a little pedal power could do!"--Publisher.…

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by Kaneko, Misuzu E811.54 KANEKO

Are You an Echo? : the Lost Poetry of Misuzu Kaneko

"Are You An Echo? folds poetry and history into recent events, resurrecting the work of Misuzu Kaneko and bringing the gentle grace of her poems to a new generation"--Back cover.…

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by Brown, Lisa, E387.736 BROWN

The Airport Book

"An exploratory journey through the airport."--…

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by Amor, Jaime E613.7046 AMOR

Norris the Seahorse Takes on the Bullies

While performing the yoga poses modeled by the author on each page, readers can follow the story of how Norris the seahorse learns to stand up to his bullies.…

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by Danneberg, Julie, E333.7209 DANNEBE

John Muir Wrestles a Waterfall

Tells the story of when naturalist John Muir explored a waterfall in Yosemite Valley, California in 1871.…

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by Weatherford, Carole Boston, E976.335 WEATHER

Freedom in Congo Square

"As slaves relentlessly toiled in an unjust system in 19th century Louisiana, they all counted down the days until Sunday, when at least for half a day they were briefly able to congregate in Congo Square in New Orleans. Here they were free to set up an open market, sing, dance, and play music. They were free to forget…

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by Capucilli, Alyssa Satin, E792.8 CAPUCIL

My First Ballet Class

Photographs of young ballet dancers demonstrate warm-up exercises, the first two positions and other simple steps, and working at the barre.…

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by Saunders, Catherine E305.23 SAUNDER

Children Just Like Me

Highlights the lives of children from over thirty countries around the world, explaining how their experiences are different, and yet the same, all over the globe.…

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by Young, Karen Romano E592.177 YOUNG

No Bones!

"Who needs bones to swim the seven seas? Not octopuses, clams, crabs, or jellies. Learn more about the lives of these and other ocean animals with no spines. Dive in!"--…

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by Dickinson, Emily, E811.4 DICKINS

Emily Dickinson : Poetry for Kids

An illustrated introduction to the poetry of Emily Dickinson.…

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by Bowman, Chris, E599.6459 BOWMAN

Wildebeests

"Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces wildebeests to young readers through leveled text and related photos"--…

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by Fleming, Candace E594.58 FLEMING

Giant Squid

"A nonfiction picture book exploring the mysterious life of the elusive giant squid"--…

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by Roberts, Cokie E973.099 ROBERTS

Ladies of Liberty : the Women Who Shaped Our Nation

Shares the stories of remarkable women who shaped American history between 1796 and 1828, including Dolley Madison, Isabella Graham, and Sacajawea.…

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by Oliver, Lin E811.6 OLIVER

Steppin' out : Jaunty Rhymes for Playful Times

"A collection of nineteen original poems featuring toddlers exploring their world"--…

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by Calkhoven, Laurie EB-JEMISON CALKHOV

Mae Jemison

A biography of Mae Jemison, the first female African-American astronaut.--…

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by Scarborough, Kate E595.79 SCARBOR

A Wasp Builds a Nest

This elegantly illustrated book explains stage by stage in easy text how a wasp nest is built. It follows by days and weeks and shows how the queen's industrious workers create a sturdy, weatherproof home. Readers see the inside of the growing nest where the eggs turn into larvae and emerge 20 days later as juveniles. …

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by Roberts, Cokie E973.099 ROBERTS

Ladies of Liberty : the Women Who Shaped Our Nation

An homage to ten diverse, remarkable women who helped shape the United States between 1776 and 1824. Drawing on personal correspondence and private journals, Cokie Roberts brings to life the extraordinary accomplishments of these women who created the framework for our current society, a generation of reformers and vis…

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by Calkhoven, Laurie EB OWENS CALKHOV

Jesse Owens

An introduction to the life and achievements of the star African-American track and field athlete describes how he took a stand against racism and made history by winning four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics.…

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by Gross, Benedikt, E793.73 GROSS

Abc : The Alphabet from the Sky

Discover the alphabet from a bird's-eye view! Geographer and designer duo Benedikt Gross and Joey Lee have taken the alphabet to new heights-literally! Using satellite imagery and computer technology, the pair has discovered "accidental letters" all over the world: in roads, rivers, buildings, lakes, and more. Take a j…

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by London, Jonathan, E599.635 LONDON

Hippos Are Huge!

Overview: Hippos may make you laugh, but watch out! An acclaimed naturalist takes an exuberant look at these massive, swift, and super dangerous animals. What's the deadliest animal in Africa? It's not the lion or the crocodile-it's the hippopotamus! Hippos have razor-sharp tusks, weigh as much as fifty men, and can ru…

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by Dean, James, E782.4208 DEAN

Five Little Ducks

Readers are invited to join Pete the Cat as he stars in the classic song "Five Little Ducks."…

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by Wood, Susan, EB ESQUIVEL WOOD

Esquivel! : Space-age Sound Artist

Juan Garcia Esquivel was born in Mexico and grew up to the sounds of mariachi bands. He loved music and became a musical explorer. Defying convention, he created music that made people laugh and planted images in their minds. Juan's space-age lounge musicpopular in the fifties and sixties has found a new generation of …

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by Thornhill, Jan E599 THORNHI

I Am Josephine : (and I Am a Living Thing)

"Meet Josephine: a spirited and curious girl, a big sister, and a human being. She's also a mammal, an animal, and a living thing--all identities she explores with readers in this simple informational picture book. Josephine presents her family (and herself) as examples of human beings, and then familiar creatures like…

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by Figueras, Emmanuelle E591.392 FIGUERA

My Encyclopedia of Baby Animals

Presents factual information about the birth and early years of a variety of baby animals, and shows different phases of life that bring them to adulthood.…

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by Amor, Jaime E613.7046 AMOR

Norris the Seahorse Takes on the Bullies

"Norris the seahorse is on his way to The Best Fish in the Sea Club. But when he gets there he finds it's full of mean bullies, who just want to tease Norris and stop him joining the club. With the help of his good friends Tommy the turtle and Squish the fish, Norris learns how to stand up for himself and show those bu…

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by Cassino, Mark E551.5784 CASSINO

The Story of Snow : the Science of Winter's Wonder

This book about the science of snow features photos of snow crystals in their beautiful diversity and includes how snow crystals are formed into different shapes and snow-crystal-catching instructions in the back of the book.…

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by Arnold, Caroline E636.507 ARNOLD

Hatching Chicks in Room 6

Kindergartners learn about the life cycle of a chicken, incubating eggs, watching them hatch and raising them until they are old enough to go to the chicken coop.…

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by Nolan, Janet E623.8256 NOLAN

Seven and a Half Tons of Steel

"There is a ship, a navy ship. It is called the USS New York. It is big like other navy ships, and it sails like other navy ships, but there is something special about the USS New York. Following the events of September 11, 2001, the governor of New York gave the Navy a steel beam that was once inside one of the World …

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