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The White House by Wilson, Jon
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
The White House

 
 
Turtles by Stevens, Kathryn
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Turtles

 
Travis Kelce - superstar tight end

"In high school, Travis Kelce played quarterback. In college, Kelce moved to the tight end position. This move would set the path for his legendary career with the Kansas City Chiefs. Hard work, dedication, and perseverance took Kelce from a third-round NFL draft pick to a record-setting star. Get all the details about his impactful football career"--

 
Taylor Swift's Swifties

"Taylor Swift's Swifties provides an inside look at the powerful fandom of Taylor Swift. Readers will get hooked on this hi-lo title, covering facts about and insights into the group of fans who aren't afraid to make their support of Tay Swift known"--

 
Taylor Swift

"When Taylor Swift released her first album in 2006, no one could have known the juggernaut she was to become! Today, she headlines stadium tours, is one of the top streaming artists across platforms, and collaborates with the best in the music business.This book gives readers a look at Taylor's career from its start until today-Grammys, multi-platinum albums, biggest hits, and more. Including her challenges as well as her successes, the main text is accessible to readers of all levels, accompan

 
Spiders

"Simple text and full-color photography introduce beginning readers to spiders and the structures they build. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--

 
Praying mantis

"With front legs that fold and come together under the insect's head, it's no wonder how the praying mantis got its name. These insects blend in with their surroundings, turn their heads, and capture prey with a quick attack. What else do you know about these awesome animals? Learn all about praying mantises!"--

 
Pangolins by Grack, Rachel
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Pangolins

 
Mount Rushmore by Gabriel, Luke
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Mount Rushmore

 
Lizards by Stevens, Kathryn
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Lizards

 
King Cobras by Nguyen, Suzane
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
King Cobras

 
Jerboa by Rose, Rachel, 1968- author.
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Jerboa

"With long back legs, jerboas look like mini kangaroos. These tiny rodents bounce up high across desert sands, dig burrows while waiting out the hot sun, and make speedy getaways once they find trouble. What else do you know about these awesome animals? Learn all about jerboas!"--

 
Jackrabbit vs. sidewinder

"Engaging images accompany information about the fighting abilities of jackrabbits and sidewinders. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"--

 
I spy school days - a book of picture riddles

Provides brainteasers to solve in a blackboard scene, hundreds of tiny objects to ponder in a classification puzzle, Rube Goldberg-type contraptions to figure out, and a nature spread that encourages learning through observation.

 
I am on Indigenous land

"I fly my kite above fall-colored hills. I am on Cherokee land. Through spare, lyrical text and vibrant panoramic illustrations, this picture book explores the beauty and resources of thirteen ancestral Indigenous lands and how we all use those lands eachday. Simple poetry and portrayals of children and families enjoying rivers, bike paths, beaches, and parks show how everyday activities can include honoring Indigenous cultures. Author Cheryl Minnema (Ojibwe member) and illustrator Sam Zimmerman

 
Humpback whales

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

 
The Hoover Dam by Gabriel, Luke
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
The Hoover Dam

 
Honeybees

"Simple text and full-color photography introduce beginning readers to honeybees and the structures they build. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--

 
Hamsters by Stevens, Kathryn
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Hamsters

 
Grizzly bears

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

 
Earth Movers by Schuh, Mari
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Earth Movers

 
Dump Trucks by Schuh, Mari
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Dump Trucks

 
Dogs by Stevens, Kathryn
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Dogs

 
Cranes by Schuh, Mari
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Cranes

 
Cottonmouth vs. snapping turtle

"Engaging images accompany information about the fighting abilities of cottonmouths and snapping turtles. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"--

 
Bush viper

"With spikey scales that pop, bush vipers look like mini dragons. These sleek snakes silently slither up high in trees, hang out while waiting for their next meal, and strike with deadly precision. What else do you know about these awesome animals? Learnall about bush vipers!"--

 
Curiosity shop - picture puzzles to search and solve

"In this search-and-find adventure, inquisitive readers will explore all the tantalizing collections in the Curiosity Shop. Could the mountains of items and optical illusions throughout the pages actually be contained in one miniature building? Readers ofall ages will welcome the twelve exciting photographs with fascinating objects, along with the challenging rhyming text with lists of items to seek and find"--

 
BTS - K-pop's biggest headliners

"With catchy songs and a loyal fan base, BTS has taken the world by storm and become the bestselling band in South Korea's history. Follow the band's career over ten years and nine albums"--

 
Black mambas

"Simple text and full-color photography introduce beginning readers to black mambas. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--

 
Black holes

"Break down the science of black holes in this hi-lo scaffolded text. This title layers decoding strategies with comprehension skills to ensure students can access the text as they build content knowledge. With Weird Space Science: The Breakdown, older readers can explore the science of space while building foundational reading skills, acquiring vocabulary, and gaining fluency"--

 
Bald eagles

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

 
Backhoes by Schuh, Mari
Date added:
Jul 11, 2024
Backhoes

 
 
Arctic wolf pack vs. polar bear

"Engaging images accompany information about the fighting abilities of Arctic wolf packs and polar bears. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"--

 
Ancient rulers who wrecked the world

"Ancient Rulers Who Wrecked the World will capture readers' attention with historical tales of murderous madmen and infamous tyrants. Written with reluctant readers in mind, considerate text, engaging stories, and intriguing sidebars and photographs willhelp open readers' eyes to the wonders of ancient rulers"--

 
Ancient laws - the weird and the deadly

"Ancient Laws : The Weird and the Deadly will capture readers' attention with historical laws, penalties, and prosecutions from ancient times. Written with reluctant readers in mind, considerate text, engaging stories, and intriguing sidebars and photographs will help open readers' eyes to the wonders of ancient laws"--

 
Whose right is it? - the Fourteenth Amendment and the fight for equality

This important and timely investigation of the Fourteenth Amendment, born in the years after the Civil War, and the impact it's had - and continues to have - on our rights as citizens looks at three famous cases, separated by decades, that were decided under the Fourteenth Amendment.

 
When beavers flew - an incredible true story of rescue and relocation

"This fascinating picture book tells the unique, quirky, and true story of how Elmo Heter saved 76 beavers from destroying a town in Idaho by parachuting them into uninhabited wetlands"--

 
Saturn by Owens, L. L.
Date added:
Jul 2, 2024
Saturn

 
Roaring Rockets by Colson, Rob
Date added:
Jul 2, 2024
Roaring Rockets

 
Parakeets by Stevens, Kathryn
Date added:
Jul 2, 2024
Parakeets

 
The ocean blue and you

"As a child dozes on an oceanside sandy beach, she dreams of the sea world teeming with life, including the many creatures and ecosystems found there, from migrating whales to elusive eels to the colorful coral reefs. Back matter includes science facts"--

 
Horse

 
Cats by Stevens, Kathryn
Date added:
Jul 2, 2024
Cats

 
All the rocks we love

"Children love rocks. Rocks appear in jacket pockets, on windowsills, in the car, in their hiding places, and most often, in their little grips. Rocks are universal--they can be found in all climates, countries, and communities--making themselves available to anyone who craves the tactile pleasure of holding a perfectly sized, unfragile, unowned object. They can be collected, compared, stacked, plunked into water, painted, and shared. This book is an appreciation of their versatility and appeal,

 
Who is Lionel Messi?

"Lionel Messi loved soccer from an early age, often playing with his family members with encouragement from his grandmother. Now, he is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time! He is also one of the most decorated footballers in the world--having won 44 collective trophies, including seven Ballon d'Or awards, 2009 FIFA World Player of the Year, 2019 and 2022 Best FIFA Men's Player, and more. From making his first team debut at just sixteen years old in 2003, to breaking numerous long

 
 
Sleepy - surprising ways animals snooze

"Across the animal kingdom, there are a whole lot of ways animals snooze. Different species have their own fascinating sleep patterns and habits"--

 
The maps book

Packed with astounding maps from ancient times to the present, fascinating facts and amazing historic photographs, this ultimate guide to the full breadth of maps in existence shows kids not only how to read maps and symbols but how to create their own.

 
She sells seashells - Mary Anning, an unlikely paleontologist

"In the early 1800s, Mary Anning was a young girl who collected fossils and shells on the seaside cliffs by her home; and even though she was a most unlikely scientist, Mary eventually made significant fossilized discoveries that paved the way for the development of the field of paleontology"--

 
A rainbow inside my body - finding peace through yoga, breathing exercises, and the chakras

"In this colorful meditation written by experts on healthy living, young readers will learn yoga poses, breathing exercises, and more through the colorful rainbow inside them: the chakras. Also contains accessible information about the history of yoga andayurveda"--

 
Pickle words / Crunchy, Punchy Pickles and Poetry

"Rhyming poetry celebrates the pickling process and all things pickled, including cucumbers, cabbage, peppers, and more. The art tells the story of a diverse neighborhood that comes together to share family recipes and pickle poetry. Back matter includesa recipe, scientific information, and a visual glossary of pickles from around the world"--

 
Kindred spirits - shilombish ittibachvffa

"Ireland, Choctaw Nation, Navajo Nation, and Hopi Nation: linked forever through generosity and care over almost two centuries from the Potato Famine to the Covid pandemic"--

 
A kids book about public speaking

"This is a kid's book about public speaking. It helps the kid in your life confidently grow in their speaking and presenting skills, encouraging critical thinking and problem-solving to excel in life's big and small conversations. With expert advice fromTEDx Portland contributors, A Kids Book About Public Speaking enables kids to speak effectively and embrace public discourse, boosting their confidence and self-esteem, and excelling at sharing their ideas"--

 
A kids book about climate change

This empowering book will help children better understand the climate crisis by explaining the current state of our planet and how it got there - and give them hope to fight for their future.

 
A kids book about beauty

Provided from Amazon.

 
Inside the world's wonders

"Take a tour around the world to uncover some of the planet's most incredible landmarks and monuments--inside and out. From the Great Pyramid of Giza to the Statue of Liberty, the Taj Mahal to Sydney Opera House, [the reader will] discover the secrets ofthese iconic structures, learn about their history and find out why they have become 'wonders' of the world"--

 
A kids book about bullying

"This is a kid's book about bullying. It explores the impacts of bullying and helps kids to identify when bullying is taking place, as well as encouraging empathy and offering a path forward for children who have felt its effects. This book helps kids understand what bullying is. Sometimes, kids can be mean. Really mean. While sticks and stones might break some bones, words will always hurt more. Here, the topic of bullying is sensitively introduced, so conversations with children can be started

 
The industrial revolution

"The Industrial Revolution changed the way we work, shop, and live our lives. But what made it all happen? Explore the revolution that changed the world with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculum of upper-elementary and middle school studentsand text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friendly font and design make learning accessible, and a recap at the end promotes checking for understanding to aid comprehension. It's key world history curriculum made approachable

 
Floating away - a book to help children understand addiction

"Addiction can be an incredibly difficult subject for parents and caregivers to discuss with children, who are often the ones most impacted by it. This book provides an avenue for dialogue with the over 18 million children who are affected by addiction in America. It follows a simple metaphor of addiction as the main character, Sam, is swept away in a bubble. At first he is curious and excited, but he slowly becomes bored and isolated, encounters a devastating storm, and, finally, tries to find

 
Fish farts - and other amazing ways animals adapt

"Pop off a tail, roll around in dung, or simply fart to send a message! These are just a few of the many astounding ways that animals have adapted to their environments. Animals trick, trap, or fry predators; they feed on other animals' poop and skin; they use electric zaps, slime, and other unexpected methods to communicate. Featuring animals like Komodo dragon lizards, bombardier beetles, and capuchin monkeys, read about the surprising, exciting, and sometimes hilarious ways that animals survi

 
The dark! - wild life in the mysterious world of caves

"Did you know that some creatures that live in the dark have adapted to have no eyes? Or that some dark dwellers have extra long antennae so they can feel their way around their homes? Have you ever seen a troglobite? There many different types of troglobites, including the fearless waterfall-climbing cave fish, the mutant Mexican tetra, and the mystifying olm. Author and illustrator Lindsey Leigh introduces young readers to some of the weirdest and creepiest critters that thrive in the darkest

 
Coding games in Scratch

The first to be tablet-computer friendly, this updated edition is filled with endless possibilities for building the most awesome games to teach readers the fundamentals of computer programming in steps that make even the most difficult coding concepts fun and easy to understand.

 
Bridges instead of walls - the story of Mavis Staples

"A memoir in poems of award-winning singer and Civil Rights activist Mavis Staples"--

 
Animal Crossing New Horizons - the official complete guide

"A complete encyclopedia of everything there is to do, see, craft, and collect on (and off) your island."

 
The Cold War

"Almost as soon as the dust settled on World War II, the Cold War scorched with a different kind of intensity. But what were the United States and Soviet Union facing off about? And if they didn't use traditional weapons of war, what did they bring to thebattle? Explore the ideological fight that could have destroyed the world with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculum of upper-elementary and middle school students and text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friend

 
Christopher Columbus

"Do you know the story of Columbus and his voyages across the Atlantic Ocean? The history stories you think you know may not be what they seem. In this deep-diving series, readers of How FACT Became FICTION are invited into the truth beyond the stories people tell about history. It includes investigations into what really happened and how the truth was hidden over time. Readers explore primary sources as they develop historical inquiry and media literacy skills and learn the ins and outs of sepa

 
My first Yiddish word book

"Young children can learn everyday Yiddish words through entertaining scenes of daily life. Over 150 words used at home, school and play--in Yiddish, transliteration and translation ... With pronunciation guide and dictionary."--Page 4 of cover

 
Wiggly Worms by Emminizer, Theresa
Date added:
Jun 20, 2024
Wiggly Worms

 
Who is Katie Ledecky?

"Katie Ledecky began swimming competitively at age six after watching her mother and brother in the pool. By age fifteen, she was setting records and winning gold medals at the 2012 Summer Olympics. And with each year, Katie improved her skills and her times in the water! The Summer 2024 Olympics in Paris will be Katie's fourth, and the world will be watching. With over seven Olympic gold medals, nineteen world championship gold medals, and twenty-two overall medals at the World Aquatics Champio

 
Wat takes his shot - the life & legacy of basketball hero Wataru Misaka

"The biography of Japanese American basketball star Wataru Misaka, the first person of color to play for the National Basketball Association"--

 
Who is Bad Bunny?

"Bad Bunny, born Benito Antonio Marti´nez Ocasio, is one of today's most popular artists. He made his start posting his music on SoundCloud, and in 2016, his song "Diles" got him signed to a major record label. Since then, Bad Bunny has performed at Coachella and collaborated with superstars like Cardi B, J Balvin, and Drake. Breaking language barriers, Bad Bunny is now one of the top streamed artists internationally on Spotify. Bad Bunny is just getting started with his music takeover, having w

 
The magical science of feelings / Train Your Amazing Brain to Quiet Anger, Soothe Sadness, Calm Worry, and Share Joy

"Clinical social worker Jen Daily helps kids understand the science behind feelings, taking them on a lively tour of the brain to see where anger, anxiety, sadness, and joy start, and offering activities for calming emotions"--

 
Lessons from our ancestors / Uncovering Ancient World Wisdom

"Rediscover the ancient world as you've never seen it before and meet: The women and children who painted the world's oldest-known cave art Black pharaohs, forgotten from Ancient Egypt's history; the Indus civilization who built a sustainable city; femalewarriors who led battles in Ancient China; workers who migrated to Machu Picchu; peaceful Viking traders; the African engineers behind Great Zimbabwe; Indigenous peoples of North America who built cosmopolitan cities and lived in harmony with na

 
Leopard by Julie/ Lavender, David
Date added:
Jun 20, 2024
Leopard

 
I am Jesse Owens

"A biography of the Olympic medal-winning track and field hero Jesse Owens"--

 
How my vote counts - what does it mean to be a citizen

"Explore what it means to be a citizen of the United States while learning how history has shaped our modern lives and values"--

 
Franklin's trees

""All that is within me cries out to go back to my home on The Hudson River," President Franklin Roosevelt once declared. For it was at his home in Hyde Park, New York that FDR could indulge in his favorite avocation-"tree farmer." This book introduces children to FDR's love of nature through a lifetime in which he oversaw the planting of over a million trees on his estate. It tells of a childhood hiking the trails through his forest, later widening those trails into roads after polio deprived h

 
Fire escape - how animals and plants survive wildfires

"A timely middle grade book exploring the incredible ways animals detect, respond, and adapt to wildfires, as well as how climate change is affecting the frequency and severity of these devastating events in nature"--

 
Else B. in the sea - the woman who painted the wonders of the deep

"Else Bostelmann donned a red swimsuit and a copper diving helmet and, with paints and brushes in hand, descended into the choppy turquoise sea off the coast of Bermuda. It was 1930, and few had ventured deep into the sea before. She discovered a fairyland six fathoms below the surface-fantastic coral castles, glittering sunbeams, swaying sea plumes, and schools of fish. Deep under the water, Else painted these never-before-seen deep-sea creatures. Back on land, Else worked with world-renowned s

 
 
City of leafcutter ants - a sustainable society of millions

"Leafcutter ants are masters at building and running their city. With a population to rival NYC, they employ builders, farmers, nannies, cleaners, and even pharmacists! Brave foragers venture into the trees to bring back slices of leaf to keep the funguscrops growing, while those at home expand the city's tunnel network and tend to the young--and the queen, the city's founder"--

 
Car and Driver trivia zone

Giving kids an adrenaline rush, this high-octane car-and-truck trivia guide takes them on a wild ride through the exciting world of automobiles where they'll learn about sports, stunts, speed, how cars work, the sweetest rides on earth and even monster trucks.

 
Brainy About Bears by Davey, Owen
Date added:
Jun 20, 2024
Brainy About Bears

 
Bang - the wild wonders of Earth's phenomena

Using luminous HUV printing, this follow-up to the highly acclaimed Glow takes aspiring scientists on a breathtaking tour of the planet's most astonishing natural phenomena, from explosive volcanoes to a cave filled with giant crystals, encouraging readers to see the wonder in the world around them.

 
Blueberries for Sal cookbook - sweet recipes inspired by the beloved children's classic

"With over three million copies sold since its publication in 1948, Robert McCloskey's Blueberries for Sal has established its place in the hearts of readers worldwide. Now, for the first time, you can share Little Sal's love of blueberries with this charming cookbook of thirty family-friendly, blueberry-based recipes to enjoy. Featuring the author's original illustrations as well as new drawings inspired by the iconic images in the book, Blueberries for Sal Cookbook invites you to imagine all t

 
1000 facts about sharks

"1000 fascinating facts about sharks, including where they live, what they eat, and fun facts about sharks in culture and history"--

 
Disney Pixar Cars by
Date added:
Jun 17, 2024
Disney Pixar Cars

Presents step-by-step instructions for drawing the characters of the Cars movie series, including Lightning McQueen, Mater, Finn McMissle, and Siddeley.

 
The Aztec empire

Describes the lifestyle, religion, technology, and customs of the Aztec people.

 
The year of the buttered cat - a mostly true story

"A memoir from the point of view of a girl growing up with a severe form of cerebral palsy and preparing for an experimental surgery to address her condition"--

 
What is the story of Godzilla?

"In 1954, Godzilla appeared on screen for the first time in a Japanese film directed by Ishiro¯ Honda. Awakened by nuclear radiation, the enormous sea monster has appeared in over thirty other films, making Godzilla the longest-running film franchise in history. Known as the "King of the Monsters," Godzilla has earned a huge fanbase worldwide. The dinosaur-like amphibian has been featured alongside friends and foes such as Mothra and Mechagodzilla, in TV shows, books, video games, and more. Ther

 
The very hungry caterpillar's very first animal encyclopedia. An Introduction to Animals, for Very Hungry Young Minds

"Take a tour of the animal kingdom and discover everything you need to know about creatures from elephants to ants in this colorful and charming first animal reference book. Different chapters focus on different animal types, with a new critter every timeyou turn the page. Bite-size chunks of information are complemented by captivating illustrations by the World of Eric Carle"--Provided by publisher.

 
Understanding business

"Dive into the world of business with this lively introduction, whether you want to be an entrepreneur or a smarter consumer. Find all the basics you need to start your own business--from tips for business ideas and how to beat the competition, to adviceon managing money. Also discover how business fits into the wider world, from pollution and global supply chains to interest rates and bailouts"--

 
Tiny titans - the big story of plankton

"Discover the enormous world of some of the planet's tiniest creatures-and the giant job they do in our ecosystem. From zooplankton to phytoplankton, these small-scale superheroes are the foundation of the ocean's food chain, keep our climate in check, generate oxygen-and much more"--

 
Presidential elections and other cool facts / Understanding How Our Country Picks Its President

"Presidential Elections and Other Cool Facts is an easy-to-read guide that explains the step-by-step process of how a president gets elected in the United States. It uses simple language to answer complex questions like: Who can run? Who can vote? What isthe electoral college? and is packed with fascinating facts about previous presidents, notable candidates, and remarkable elections in history. Includes sections like: The Rules for Electing the President Why Is There Electoral College? Third-Pa

 
The new space encyclopedia

Filled with out-of-this-world facts and a galactic gallery of photographs, this guide to the farthest reaches of space invites readers to explore the universe and learn about the solar system, the search for extra-terrestrial life, super massive black holes and more.

 
Mysterious, marvelous octopus

"This playful picture book introduces young readers to the fascinating world of octopuses big and small, ink-squirting and shape-shifting, all around the planet. With their super smarts and awe-inspiring abilities, octopuses have captivated human imaginations. This book is a celebration of all things weird and wonderful about these beloved creatures--with their eight arms, nine brains, and one-of-a-kind personalities. Inside, find lyrical poetry paired with informational sidebars--perfect for a

 
My book of the elements / A Fact-Filled Guide to the Periodic Table

"Covering all the elements, from the unreactive to the radioactive, as well as key science topics, such as states of matter, this visual book is something that every young science enthusiast will want to own. Eye-catching images are featured alongside friendly illustrations, giving children plenty to take in and enjoy"--

 
Mummies unwrapped - discover the world of ancient Egypyian mummies

Find out the answers to many interesting questions about mummies in this detailed guide to the mummification process practiced by the ancient Egyptians. Includes glossary.

 
A kids book about Juneteenth

"Our history echoes with events which, over time, have become hidden, yet are important to all of us. Juneteenth is a celebration which recognizes the end of the enslavement of Black people in America. This book opens a door to understanding our history and celebrating our future--together"--

 
A kids book about confidence

This must-have book teaches children all about confidence and self-esteem, showing them how to build their confidence little by little to achieve their dreams.

 
A kids book about being nonbinary

"This is a kids book about non-binary identities. But what does being non-binary mean? For some people, the question and its answer may be new or a little confusing. It's okay to not know what it means! That's where all good conversations start. The journey to understanding starts with an open mind and an open heart"--

 
Horses!

Young horse enthusiasts can gallop through the pages of this fact-filled book that covers the biology, behavior and different breeds of this majestic animal and chronicles the long history horses and humans have shared.

 
A kids book about being inclusive

"This is a kids book about being inclusive. Being inclusive is a choice we can make every day! What does it mean to be inclusive? It means reaching out to and welcoming all people and everything that makes them who they are. This book is an introduction to inclusivity, and helps to start discussions about the topic with kids aged 5-9. When we learn to see the beauty in our differences, we can embrace the rich, diverse, and amazing world we live in together!"--

 
A kids book about - being transgender

"This is a kids book about transgender. People often ask, what does it mean to be transgender? The truth is there isn't one answer. Gender is uniquely beautiful, and each person's experience is individual to them. But at its core, it's all about knowing who you are and having the courage, freedom, and support to live life being your truest self. This book is an introduction for people who want to explore what it means to be transgender, and helps to start discussions about trans identities with

 
The incredible octopus - meet the eight-armed wonder of the sea

"The Incredible Octopus combines amazing photos with in-depth facts to get kids aged 7 and up excited about octopuses and the underwater world in which they live. Readers are introduced to the fascinating biology of the octopus, from its 3 hearts and 9 brains to suction cups and how they work, and learn all about what it's like to be an octopus!"--

 
I am an artist

"Geared to children ages 4 to 8, but with appeal for all ages, this colorful and playful book asks: Who are artists? Why do they make art? What materials do they use? What tools do they work with? What forms do their artworks take? Structured around a tour of an artists' studio complex, the book introduces readers to street artists, ceramicists, conceptual artists, textile artists, photographers, glassblowers, and more! The artists share their working spaces and their techniques while explaining

 
How to survive in the age of pirates - a handy guide to swashbuckling adventures, avoiding deadly diseases, and escaping ruthless renegades of the high seas

"Set sail into this imaginative series from National Geographic Kids that gives young readers all the know-how they need to survive any time period"--

 
Eat your woolly mammoths! - two million years of the world's most amazing food facts, from the Stone Age to the future

"Recipes and descriptions of some of the unusual and inventive foods humans have eaten throughout the ages"--

 
Birds by Donohue, Moira Rose, author.
Date added:
Jun 13, 2024
Birds

"This delightful little nature guide for young children is all about discovering the wonderful world of birds swooping, soaring, fluttering, and flying around your neighborhood and beyond"--

 
America's national parks

An introduction to the natural features of the national parks and includes advice on visiting and exploring the parks.

 
Everything you need to know about snakes and other scaly reptiles / And Other Scaly Reptiles

"Embark on a fun, fact-filled dive into the world of snakes with Everything You Need to Know About Snakes. Children will love to learn all the basics of reptile anatomy in this beautiful and informative book on our serpent friends. Packed with vibrant pictures and lots of fascinating facts, kids can enjoy learning all about a snake's habitat and behavior. See how they survive in forests, deserts, and oceans, and how these clever creatures have adapted to live in seemingly inhospitable habitats.

 
Ultimate reptile-opedia - the most complete reptile reference ever

"Snakey, slimey, scaley, and sensational! Welcome to the amazing world of the most popular reptiles on Earth. With colorful photographs and fun facts, this easy-to-use encyclopedia profiles snakes, lizards, amphibians, turtles and tortoises, crocodilians,and tuatara. Profiles are accompanied by Did You Know? details and fast facts including scientific name, size, diet, and habitat."--

 
Ultimate oceanpedia - the most complete ocean reference ever

"Fromtsunamisandseaturtlestoriptidesandreefs,learnallaboutthe creatures,science, and ecology of ouroceans,whichcovermoreoftheplanetthan allthecontinents andare justas important! Travelthroughallpartsoftheocean tolearnhow itaffectsof ourworld, includingstorms andclimate. Amazingfacts,photos,illustrations,anddiagramsarefoundthroughoutthis book,along with conservationtips,weird-but-truefacts,andaminioceanatlas. Challenges tothe healthof our ocean anditscreaturesarealsopresentedalong with whatpeople

 
My book of horses and ponies

"Learn all about horses, from how to care for them to how to ride one, in this informative children's guide to horse and pony care. Covering favorite breeds, from Shire horse to Shetland pony, what kit to use, and equestrian sports, this visual book is something that every young horse enthusiast aged 5-7 will want to own. Eye-catching images are featured alongside friendly illustrations, giving children plenty to take in and enjoy"--

 
Explanatorium of the Earth

Taking readers on an incredible journey deep into the heart of our planet and back, this first-of-its-kind visual Earth encyclopedia reveals the powerful forces that continually shape and remodel our ever-changing world, from tsunamis and volcanoes to rock cycles that keep Earth suitable for life.

 
The children's book of wildlife watching - tips for spotting nature outdoors

A wildlife expert and TV personality presents this entertaining yet educational introduction to animal conservation and protection that teaches children about the challenges animals face and what we can do to help and features fun craft activities to attract outdoor friends.

 
The bacteria book

"In this fun, fact-packed science book for kids, young readers will discover the bacteria, viruses, and other germs and microbes that keep our bodies and our world running, as well as how and when they can be harmful and the precautions we can take to prevent them from becoming so. Meet a glowing squid, traveling fungus spores, and much more. The Bacteria Book walks the line between 'ew, gross!' and 'oh, cool!,' exploring why we need bacteria and introducing readers to its microbial mates--virus

 
Artificers & alchemy - a young adventurer's guide

"Explore the wondrous enchanted items and creatures of the Dungeons & Dragons worlds, from arcane artifacts to curious constructs"--

 
Apes - how much we look alike

"Of all the animals, apes are closest to humans. That's because apes, monkeys, and people are all primates. Like their human cousins, apes are very smart. They use tools, find solutions to problems, and even laugh and cry with their family and friends. Because apes are so much like humans, this book also teaches us a lot about ourselves"--

 
Ancient worlds - travel back in time and discover the first great civilizations

"Ancient Worlds is a tour through history's most influential civilizations between 3000 BCE and 750 CE, capturing moments that reveal the culture and technology that made them great. Children aged 7-11 will discover how deep knowledge of the Sun, sea, andstars enabled ancient seafarers to navigate the Pacific Ocean; witness the highs and lows of a thrilling chariot race in the Roman Empire's greatest hippodrome, and marvel at the military might of the Mauryan Empire and its incredible war elepha

 
1000 More Words by Budgell, Gill
Date added:
Jun 6, 2024
1000 More Words

 
Quantum computers and other quantum tech

"The discoveries and inventions of today are poised to change the way you live in the near future. Computers are a great example. In the span of a few decades, computers have radically changed the way we live. But that's nothing compared to the impact of quantum computers. This new technology harnesses the strange principles of quantum mechanics to process information in a fundamentally different way. Read Quantum Computers and Other Quantum Tech and find out how this amazing tech will change al

 
Pet parrots by John, Katie.
Date added:
May 29, 2024
Pet parrots

Presents information on the habitat, physical characteristics, habits, and diet of parrots and other large birds frequently kept as pets.

 
Space stations and other exploration tech

"The discoveries and inventions of today are poised to change the way you live in the near future. The latest space stations are the biggest orbiting structures humans have ever built. Yet space stations are just a small part of the newest space exploration technologies. New space tech ranges from baseball-sized planetary rovers to craft designed to explore deep space and even reach the stars. Read Space Stations and Other Exploration Tech and find out how new space stations and other technologi

 
Metaverse and other virtual reality tech

"The discoveries and inventions of today are poised to change the way you live in the near future. Imagine finding yourself in an amazing new world located not in space but inside the memory and processors of vastly powerful computers. This is the metaverse. Scientists are working on new technologies that promise to make the metaverse a reality. Read Metaverse and Other Virtual Tech to find out how such a world might exist and what would it be like to live in a computer!"--Back cover.

 
Hedgehog or porcupine?

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

 
Guinness World Records 2025 by
Date added:
May 21, 2024
Guinness World Records 2025

 
Frog or toad?

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

 
Emu or ostrich?

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

 
Meet NASA inventor Saptarshi Bandyopadhyay and his team's giant lunar telescope.

"Radio telescopes can help astronomers learn the secrets of the universe's birth. But, such telescopes must be huge, and radio signals from Earth and the sun interfere with their readings. Learn how engineer Saptarshi Bandyopadhyay plans to solve these problems and more by building a huge radio telescope in a crater on the moon. The books in the Out of This World series feature projects that have won grants from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program (NIAC). The program provides funding t

 
Meet NASA inventor Mahmooda Sultana and her team's quantum dot solar sail.

"Neptune, the last planet in our solar system, has barely been studied. But the planet and its giant moon Triton hold many secrets--Triton could even harbor life! Learn how engineer Mahmooda Sultana plans to send a probe to Neptune in a fraction of the time--and at a fraction of the cost--of traditional probes by sailing on sunshine. The books in the Out of This World series feature projects that have won grants from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program (NIAC). The program provides fund

 
Meet NASA inventor Lynn Rothschild and her team's Martian fungoid space base.

"Housing astronauts on the moon and Mars is a huge challenge for future space exploration. Learn how biologist Lynn Rothschild plans to use fungi as a construction technology to build base camps for astronauts. Mush-rooms, anyone? The books in the Out of This World series feature projects that have won grants from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program (NIAC). The program provides funding to teams working to develop bold new advances in space technology." --

 
Meet NASA inventor John Mather and his team's exoplanet-spying supertelescope.

"What if we could take a picture of a planet orbiting a distant star light-years away? What would we find there? Learn how Nobel Prize-winning physicist John Mather is planning to pair a giant observatory on Earth with a huge unfolding satellite in orbit to take pictures of our distant neighbors. The books in the Out of This World series feature projects that have won grants from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program (NIAC). The program provides funding to teams working to develop bold n

 
Meet NASA inventor Joel Sercel and his team's sun-powered asteroid miners.

"The benefits of technology require large amounts of resources to develop and spread. But modern living is already taxing Earth's resources and the environment. To continue to improve human life on Earth, we may have to look to space for the resources we need. Learn how inventor Joel Sercel plans to kick-start this process, harnessing light from the sun to mine asteroids for fuel and other resources. The books in the Out of This World series feature projects that have won grants from the NASA In

 
Dolphin or porpoise?

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

 
Cricket or grasshopper?

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

 
Butterfly or moth?

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

 
Bobcat or lynx?

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

 
Meet NASA inventor Javid Bayandor and his team's bioinspired Venus flier.

"Venus's surface is a place of scorching heat and crushing pressure. But, in the clouds, conditions are a little less intense. Learn how engineer Javid Bayandor plans to build a flying probe--inspired by giant manta rays--to explore the planet's atmosphere. The books in the Out of This World series feature projects that have won grants from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program (NIAC). The program provides funding to teams working to develop bold new advances in space technology."--

 
Meet NASA inventor Chris Walker and his team's inflatable stargazers.

"The reflectors used in the world's largest telescopes are big and heavy. Instead of glass and metal, could they be made of reflective plastic? How big could a space telescope be if you could blow up the main lens like a balloon? Learn how astronomer Chris Walker is designing the next generation of telescopes with inflatable technology. The books in the Out of This World series feature projects that have won grants from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program (NIAC). The program provides f

 
Meet NASA inventor Bonnie Dunbar and her team's made-to-order space suits.

"Modern space suits are bulky, uncomfortable, and difficult to repair. If human beings are going to explore and colonize the moon and Mars, they will need something better to wear. Learn how engineer Bonnie Dunbar is using her experience to develop the manufacturing techniques to clothe the next generation of astronauts! The books in the Out of This World series feature projects that have won grants from the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program (NIAC). The program provides funding to teams

 
Facial recognition and other security tech

"The discoveries and inventions of today are poised to change the way you live in the near future. Today, the internet allows unprecedented global connectivity, enabling people to communicate and share information effortlessly. In our modern, digitally connnected world, security is more imporant that ever. Now, we use both physical walls and computer firewalls to protect our information. In Facial Recognition and Other Security Tech, you'll read all about the new technology transforming the way

 
Carbon capture and other climate tech

"The discoveries and inventions of today are poised to change the way you live in the near future. Climate change is a serious threat to our future. Innovative new technologies offer a way to capture and store carbon emissions from factories and power plants before they are released into the atmosphere. This helps prevent the buildup of greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming. Read Carbon Capture and Other Climate Tech and find out how technology is being used to combat climate change

 
Bison or buffalo?

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

 
Bee or wasp?

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

 
Beaver or muskrat?

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

 
Alligator or crocodile?

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

 
Aero engines and other high-precision tech

"The discoveries and inventions of today are poised to change the way you live in the near future. New jet engine designs use cutting-edge materials and manufacturing techniques so passenger airliners and military jets can fly faster and farther than ever. Other kinds of high-precision technology, capable of nanometer-level accuracy, are revolutionizing industry and unlocking new possibilities for innovation. Read Aero Engines and Other High-Precision Tech and find out how these fascinating tech

 
Aardvark or anteater?

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

 
Make your own pixel art - create graphics for games, animations, and more!

"Make Your Own Pixel Art is a complete, illustrated introduction to the creation of pixel art aimed at beginners just starting out right through to the experienced pixel artist wanting to enhance their skills. Hand anyone a pencil and paper and they can start drawing, but it's just as easy to draw digitally using a keyboard and mouse. With Make Your Own Pixel Art, pixel artist Jennifer Dawe and game designer Matthew Humphries walk you step-by-step through the available tools, pixel art technique

 
World kitchen / A Children's Cookbook

This one-of-a-kind cookbook showcases recipes from families around the world that include an introduction to the family who contributed it and simple, step-by-step instructions, bringing authentic international flavors and stories to the table.

 
We need to talk about death

"A book by historian and museum curator Sarah Chavez that helps grieving children understand what happens when we die, and celebrates the traditions people around the world use to honor the dead"--

 
They built me for freedom - the story of Juneteenth and Houston's Emancipation Park

Bringing to life the 150-year story of Emancipation Park in Houston, Texas, and the origins of Juneteenth, this moving picture book, with lyrical text and vibrant artwork, is an ode to the struggle, triumph, courage and joy of Black America.

 
The Race to Be Myself

 
The girl who fought back - Vladka Meed and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

"Warsaw, Poland, 1940s: The Nazis are on the march, determined to wipe out the Jewish people of Europe. Teenage Vladka and her family are among the thousands of Jews forced to relocate behind the walls of the Warsaw Ghetto, a cramped, oppressive space full of starvation, suffering, and death. When Vladka's family is deported to concentration camps, Vladka joins up with other young people in the ghetto who are part of the Jewish underground: a group determined to fight back against the Nazis, no

 
Drawing fantasy chibi - learn how to draw kawaii unicorns, mermaids, dragons, and other mythical, magical creatures

"Learn how to draw adorable, step-by-step anime- and manga-inspired mythical creatures, including chibi mermaids, unicorns, fairies, and more with this easy-to-follow how-to-draw book!"--

 
All about grief

"All About Grief looks at grief from many different angles, helping preteens understand how it influences emotions, relationships, brains, bodies, and behavior"--

 
Save the...turtles

Illustrated with black-and-white photographs, this book is filled with facts to help kids become turtle experts and learn how to save turtles from extinction.

 
The girl who fought back - Vladka Meed and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

"Warsaw, Poland, 1940s: The Nazis are on the march, determined to wipe out the Jewish people of Europe. Teenage Vladka and her family are among the thousands of Jews forced to relocate behind the walls of the Warsaw Ghetto, a cramped, oppressive space full of starvation, suffering, and death. When Vladka's family is deported to concentration camps, Vladka joins up with other young people in the ghetto who are part of the Jewish underground: a group determined to fight back against the Nazis, no

 
We need to talk about death - an important book about grief, celebrations, and love

Death is an important part of life, and yet it is one of the hardest things to talk about--for adults as well as children. Historian and museum curator Sarah Chavez is determined to create a book that sparks wonder and curiosity about dying, instead of fear and shame. In this informative book, illustrated by Annika Le Large, children will marvel at the flowers different cultures use to represent death. They will find out about eco-friendly burials, learn how to wrap a mummy, and go beneath the s

 
Crafts for accessorizing that look

"Create your own jewelry using recycled materials"--

 
Anime and manga - genres and themes

"This book explores the genres and themes within the popular Japanese art forms of anime and manga"--

 
Rhino vs. hippo

Presents facts about rhinoceroses and hippopotamuses, comparing such aspects as their sizes, brain structure, and abilities.

 
Rattlesnake vs. secretary bird

Presents facts about rattlesnakes and secretary birds, comparing such aspects as their sizes, brain structure, and abilities.

 
Mini projects to style your space

"Looking to give your space a refresh? Think small! Craft a teensy Zen garden or a mini bulletin board. You might even style your space with a tiny tapestry. Tiny projects are tons of fun!"--

 
Folktales for fearless girls - the stories we were never told

"A collection of folktales from around the world in which girls and women save the day"--

 
Flamingos are pretty funky - a (not so) serious guide

"An introduction to the amazing and unusual world of flamingos and their habitats"--

 
Erno Rubik and his magic cube

"This first picture book biography of Erno Rubik, creator of the Rubik's Cube, reveals the obsession, imagination, and engineering process behind the creation of a bestselling puzzle that will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2024"--

 
Deep field by Bolte, Mari, author.
Date added:
May 9, 2024
Deep field

"Explores how the James Webb Space Telescope is able to follow light back to its source and can take deep field images of the sky"--

 
Faith and science with Dr. Fizzlebop - 52 fizztastically fun experiments and devotions for families

"Faith and Science with Dr. Fizzlebop features 52 easy experiments kids and parents can do together once a week or at their convenience. Each experiment will have a how-to video featured in the free Fizzlebop Labs web series launching in fall '21. Building on Dr. Fizzlebop's desire to show kids how faith and science connect, each experiment connects to a devotional that allows kids to go deeper and learn about God's amazing design for everything around them. On average, each experiment takes 5 t

 
Extreme weather

"Hurricanes howl into the coasts with more power and frequency than ever before. Heat waves are making the thermometer climb, and winter storms cover cities in feet of snow. Explore the extreme weather caused by climate change with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculum of upper-elementary and middle school students and text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friendly font and design make learning accessible, and a recap at the end promotes checking for understandin

 
Cheetahs

"Simple text and full-color photography introduce beginning readers to cheetahs. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--

 
Blue whales - nature's biggest mammal

"What are the largest mammals on Earth? Blue whales! Readers will discover how these whales raise their young, what they eat to grow so big, where they live, and more in this engaging text"--

 
Black mamba vs. caracal

"Amazing photography accompanies engaging information about black mambas vs. caracals. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"--

 
African wild dog pack vs. leopard

"Amazing photography accompanies engaging information about African wild dog packs vs. leopards. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"--

 
Faith and science with Dr. Fizzlebop - 52 fizztastically fun experiments and devotions for families

A fascinating exploration of the connection between science and faith! Join Dr. Fizzlebop as he conducts 52 weekly experiments and offers biblically based devotions that will open kids' eyes to God's awesome design all around them.--Publisher.

 
Extreme weather

"Hurricanes howl into the coasts with more power and frequency than ever before. Heat waves are making the thermometer climb, and winter storms cover cities in feet of snow. Explore the extreme weather caused by climate change with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculum of upper-elementary and middle school students and text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friendly font and design make learning accessible, and a recap at the end promotes checking for understandin

 
Cheetahs

"Simple text and full-color photography introduce beginning readers to cheetahs. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--

 
Black mamba vs. caracal

"Amazing photography accompanies engaging information about black mambas vs. caracals. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"--

 
African wild dog pack vs. leopard

"Amazing photography accompanies engaging information about African wild dog packs vs. leopards. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 3 through 7"--

 
Folktales for fearless girls - the stories we were never told

"A collection of folktales from around the world in which girls and women save the day"--

 
The eventful history of Three blind mice

An anonymous retelling in prose of the traditional nursery rhyme in which the curiosity of the three little mice leads them to a sad end.

 
The treasure by Shulevitz, Uri, 1935-
Date added:
Apr 30, 2024
The treasure

A retelling of the traditional English tale in which a poor man follows the advice of his dream and is eventually led to a treasure.

 
The rumor of Pavel & Paali - a Ukrainian folktale

When cruel Pavel wins a wager against his kind twin brother Paali, he exacts a terrible price, but greed soon leads Pavel to his downfall.

 
The people who hugged the trees - an environmental folk tale

Retelling of a classic Indian folktale about a girl who saves her village's forest from being cut down to build a fortress for the Maharajah.

 
People of corn - a Mayan story

After several unsuccessful attempts to create grateful creatures, the Mayan gods use sacred corn to fashion a people who will thank and praise their creators.

 
The people could fly - the picture book

In this retelling of a folktale, a group of slaves, unable to bear their sadness and starvation any longer, calls upon the African magic that allows them to fly away.

 
Nine-in-one, Grr! Grr! - a folktale from the Hmong people of Laos

When the great god Shao promises Tiger nine cubs each year, Bird comes up with a clever trick to prevent the land from being overrun by tigers.

 
 
Let's Play at the Playground!

"Amazing photographs and simple text show kids happy at play on swings, slides, and other playground toys. The sheer joy on their faces inspires kids and their parents to go outside and play."--

 
Circle of love

In this heartwarming story with vibrant artwork, Molly takes readers to the intertribal community center where she introduces the people she knows and loves, sharing how each person makes her feel--and reminding us that love is love.

 
Sun-powered asteroid miners by
Date added:
Apr 25, 2024
Sun-powered asteroid miners

 
 
Quantum dot solar sail by
Date added:
Apr 25, 2024
Quantum dot solar sail

 
 
 
Martian fungoid space base by
Date added:
Apr 25, 2024
Martian fungoid space base

 
Made-to-order space suits by
Date added:
Apr 25, 2024
Made-to-order space suits

 
Inflatable stargazers by
Date added:
Apr 25, 2024
Inflatable stargazers

 
Giant lunar telescope by
Date added:
Apr 25, 2024
Giant lunar telescope

 
 
Exoplanet spying supertelescope by
Date added:
Apr 25, 2024
Exoplanet spying supertelescope

 
Carbon capture and other climate tech

 
Bugatti Chiron

"Experience what it's like to be behind the wheel of a Bugatti Chiron through exciting text, vibrant photography, and labeled images and other graphics"--

 
Bioinspired venus flier by
Date added:
Apr 25, 2024
Bioinspired venus flier

 
 
Would a giant ice pack stop global warming? - World Book answers your questions about the environment

"World Book answers your question about the environment."--

 
Wooden spears to military drones - a timeline of warfare.

"Charts the milestones in the development of military equipment in a narrative timeline format. Features: glossary, additional resources, and index"--

 
Why can't dogs and cats have chocolate? - World Book answers your questions about dogs and cats

"Using humor, answers questions about household pets, as well as other animals familiar to kids"--

 
Who put the alphabet in alphabetical order? - World Book answers your questions about inventions and origins

"World Book answers your questions about inventions and origins."--

 
Two-legged, meat-eating dinosaurs - ranking their speed, strength, and smarts

"Compare and contrast the different meat-eating dinosaurs to see which ones were the fastest, strongest, and smartest"--

 
Termites

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of termites and their important role in the world"--

 
Tarantulas by Gitlin, Marty, author.
Date added:
Apr 24, 2024
Tarantulas

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of tarantulas and their important role in the world"--Provided by publisher

 
Synthetic organs and other medical tech

"Imagine a world where a human heart can be printed to order and tiny nanoscale machines constantly monitor our health. Where synthetic organs provide life-saving solutions for patients in need of organ transplants and robotic surgeons guided by artificial intelligence (AI) help perform delicate operations. That world is closer than you think. This book looks at the many ways that new medical technology is transforming the future of healthcare. "--

 
Stargazing to space travel - a timeline of space exploration.

"Charts the milestones in the history of space exploration in a narrative timeline format. Features: glossary, additional resources, and index"--

 
Sphynx

"With diagrams, graphs, great photos, and fun text learn all about sphynx cats"--

 
Smoke signals to smartphones - a timeline of long-distance communication.

"Charts the milestones in the development of long-distance communication technology in a narrative timeline format. Features: glossary, additional resources, and index"--

 
Smart grids and other energy tech

"The discoveries and inventions of today are poised to change the way you live in the near future. Today's cities depend on an abundant and reliable supply of electricity. But the way we generate and transport that electricity is wasteful and inefficient. It needs to get smarter. Read [this book] to discover how scientists, engineers, and inventors are developing new technology to deliver the electricity needed to power our future."--Back cover.

 
Siamese

"With diagrams, graphs, great photos, and fun text learn all about Siamese cats"--

 
Serena Williams

"Explores the tennis career of Serena Williams with stats, charts, infographics, timelines, and strongly controlled text"--

 
Scorpions

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of scorpions and their important role in the world"--

 
Ragdolls

"With diagrams, graphs, great photos, and fun text learn all about Ragdoll cats"--

 
Millipedes by Radley, Gail, author.
Date added:
Apr 24, 2024
Millipedes

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of millipedes and their important role in the world"--

 
Maya Moore

"Explores the basketball career of Maya Moore with stats, charts, infographics, timelines, and strongly controlled text"--Provided by publisher

 
Maine coons

"With diagrams, graphs, great photos, and fun text learn all about Maine Coon cats"--

 
Long-necked dinosaurs - ranking their speed, strength, and smarts

"Compare and contrast the different long-necked dinosaurs to see which ones were the fastest, strongest, and smartest"--

 
Leeches to lasers - a timeline of medicine.

"Charts the milestones in the history of medicine and medical practices in a narrative timeline format. Features: glossary, additional resources, and index"--

 
Lebron James

"Explores the basketball career of LeBron James with stats, charts, infographics, timelines, and strongly controlled text"--

 
Is the moon made of cheese? - World Book answers your questions about more random stuff

"Using humor, answers open-ended questions about a variety of topics ranging from love to food to change"--

 
How strong is a crocodile's bite? - World Book answers your questions about records and extremes

"World Book answers your questions about records and extremes"--

 
How do magnets attract each other? - World Book answers your questions about how things work

"Using humor, answers open-ended questions about a variety of topics ranging from love to food to change"--

 
Horned dinosaurs - ranking their speed, strength, and smarts

"Compare and contrast the different horned dinosaurs to see which ones were the fastest, strongest, and smartest"--

 
Hissing cockroaches

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of hissing cockroaches and their important role in the world"--

 
Highlights of the Washington Redskins

"Discover the Washington Redskins' powerhouse players and biggest moments through exciting text and dynamic infographics"--

 
Highlights of the Seattle Seahawks

"Discover the Seattle Seahawks' powerhouse players and biggest moments through exciting text and dynamic infographics"--

 
Highlights of the Kansas City Chiefs

"Discover the Kansas City Chiefs' powerhouse players and biggest moments through exciting text and dynamic infographics"--

 
Hieroglyphics to hypertext - a timeline of the written word.

"Charts the milestones in the development of writing and publishing systems in a narrative timeline format. Features: glossary, additional resources, and index"--

 
Foraging to supermarkets - a timeline of food.

"Charts the milestones in the development of food production and farming methods in a narrative timeline format. Features: glossary, additional resources, and index"--

 
Flying reptiles - ranking their speed, strength, and smarts

"Compare and contrast the different flying dinosaurs to see which ones were the fastest, strongest, and smartest"--

 
Duck-billed dinosaurs - ranking their speed, strength, and smarts

"Compare and contrast the different duck-billed dinosaurs to see which ones were the fastest, strongest, and smartest"--

 
Does a haircut affect my brain? - World Book answers your questions about the brain and head

World book answers your questions about the brain and head.

 
Dak Prescott

"Explores the football career of Dak Prescott with stats, charts, infographics, timelines, and strongly controlled text"--Provided by publisher

 
Counting pebbles to writing code - a timeline of mathematics and computers.

"Charts the milestones in the history of mathematics and computer science in a narrative timeline format. Features: glossary, additional resources, and index"--

 
Cubesats and other satellite tech

"New miniaturized Cubesats are revolutionizing the space industry and changing the way we explore and utilize space. These miniaturized satellites reduce the cost and time required to design, build, and launch satellites with a remarkable array of amazing capabilities. This book looks at the ways that Cubesats and other satellite technology are opening up new possibilities for commercial applications and scientific discoveries in space"--Provided by publisher.

 
Computer chips and other hardware tech

"Tiny computers chips keep our cars running and our smartphone apps and appliances functioning properly. But can computer chip design keep up with the increasing demands of modern technology? Learn about the next generation of computer chips and other computer tech that will run our future devices"--Provided by publisher.

 
Centipedes by Radley, Gail, author.
Date added:
Apr 24, 2024
Centipedes

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of centipedes and their important role in the world"--

 
Carli Lloyd

"Explores the soccer career of Carli Lloyd with stats, charts, infographics, timelines, and strongly controlled text"--

 
Can I eat a banana peel? - World Book answers your questions about food and eating

"World Book answers your questions about food and eating."--

 
Can fish see water? - World Book answers your questions about sea creatures

World Book answers your questions about about sea creatures.

 
Baby zebras

"Follow baby zebras' first experiences through engaging text, fun facts, and vibrant photography"--

 
Baby squirrels

"Follow baby squirrels' first experiences through engaging text, fun facts, and vibrant photography."--

 
Baby skunks

"Follow baby skunks' first experiences through engaging text, fun facts, and vibrant photography"--

 
Baby polar bears

"Follow baby polar bears' first experiences through engaging text, fun facts, and vibrant photography"--

 
Baby penguins

"Follow baby penguins' first experiences through engaging text, fun facts, and vibrant photography"--

 
Baby gorillas

"Follow baby gorillas' first experiences through engaging text, fun facts, and vibrant photography"--

 
Baby foxes

"Follow baby foxes' first experiences through engaging text, fun facts, and vibrant photography"--

 
Baby elephants

"Follow baby elephants' first experiences through engaging text, fun facts, and vibrant photography"--

 
Artificial intelligence art and other creative tech

"Would you visit an art gallery to see a painting created by a computer? Or read a poem written by a software program? Artificial intelligence (AI) program are now capable of generating artworks that rival those produced by human artists. AI can generate paintings, music, poetry, and even sculptures that challenge traditional notions of art. Learn how these high-tech methods are transforming the creative process"--

 
Armored dinosaurs - ranking their speed, strength, and smarts

"Compare and contrast the different armored dinosaurs to see which ones were the fastest, strongest, and smartest"--

 
American shorthairs

"With diagrams, graphs, great photos, and fun text learn all about American shorthair cats"--

 
Aerogels and other material tech.

"In our modern world of plastics, metal alloys, and semiconductors, it may seem as if we have all the materials we could need. But materials scientists continue to discover new materials with stunning properties, surpassing existing materials in almost every respect. Learn about new materials, including aerogels, graphene, nanotubes, and metamaterials here"--

 
Adobe shelters to steel skyscrapers - a timeline of building.

"Charts the milestones in the history of building construction and architectural styles in a narrative timeline format. Features: glossary, additional resources, and index"--

 
Abyssinians

"With diagrams, graphs, great photos, and fun text, learn all about Abyssinian cats"--

 
Sphynx

"Dont' claw up the wrong tree when choosing a cat. Learn all about your favorite feline friends before bringing one home. From how much they eat tho how much time they like to spend with people, explore which breed is best for you"--Back cover

 
Siamese

"Dont' claw up the wrong tree when choosing a cat. Learn all about your favorite feline friends before bringing one home. From how much they eat tho how much time they like to spend with people, explore which breed is best for you"--Back cover

 
Ragdolls

"Dont' claw up the wrong tree when choosing a cat. Learn all about your favorite feline friends before bringing one home. From how much they eat tho how much time they like to spend with people, explore which breed is best for you"--Back cover

 
Maine coons

"Dont' claw up the wrong tree when choosing a cat. Learn all about your favorite feline friends before bringing one home. From how much they eat tho how much time they like to spend with people, explore which breed is best for you"--Back cover

 
American shorthairs

"Dont' claw up the wrong tree when choosing a cat. Learn all about your favorite feline friends before bringing one home. From how much they eat tho how much time they like to spend with people, explore which breed is best for you"--Back cover

 
Abyssinians

"Dont' claw up the wrong tree when choosing a cat. Learn all about your favorite feline friends before bringing one home. From how much they eat tho how much time they like to spend with people, explore which breed is best for you"--Back cover

 
Serena Williams

"Explores the tennis career of Serena Williams with stats, charts, infographics, timelines, and strongly controlled text"--

 
Scorpions

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of scorpions and their important role in the world"--

 
Millipedes by Radley, Gail, author.
Date added:
Apr 24, 2024
Millipedes

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of millipedes and their important role in the world"--

 
Maya Moore

"Explores the basketball career of Maya Moore with stats, charts, infographics, timelines, and strongly controlled text"--

 
Hissing cockroaches

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of hissing cockroaches and their important role in the world"--

 
Centipedes by Radley, Gail, author.
Date added:
Apr 24, 2024
Centipedes

"Infographics, fun facts, and carefully leveled text help readers explore the creepy, crawly lives of centipedes and their important role in the world"--

 
Murderous mythical creatures

This book lists some of the most dangerous mythical creatures.

 
Wesak by Amstutz, Lisa J., author.
Date added:
Apr 18, 2024
Wesak

"Wesak is about celebrating Buddha. It is a Buddhist holiday. People clean and decorate temples for the celebration. Then, they honor Buddha at temples by making offerings and reciting holy texts. People also do good deeds during Wesak. Readers will discover how a shared holiday can have multiple traditions and be celebrated in all sorts of ways"--

 
Technology inventors

"Think about the technology you use every day. What problems do these machines help you solve? Follow along with engaging illustrations, captivating photos, and fun text to learn all about the scientists and technology inventors who were brilliant peoplewith big ideas"--

 
Transportation - from then to now

"There was no looking back after the wheel was invented. It allowed people to build carts to transport their goods and, eventually, those carts turned into means of transportation for people. But there were also horses, and donkeys, and bullocks for transporting goods and people. There were stagecoaches, and trains, and cars. And there were boats-all kinds of boats-and all kinds of airplanes. People are very good at inventing ways to make their lives easier, and transportation has always been at

 
What is civics?

"Civics is the study of citizens' privileges and obligations. Citizens are protected by a country's laws, but they owe that country loyalty in return. This valuable book, a helpful support to curricular civics studies, explains much more about civics andcitizenship in terms that readers will understand and appreciate. Through accessible vocabulary and high-interest examples, they will learn more about the freedoms that citizens enjoy and how people become citizens of a country. As they read this

 
Super surprising trivia about the paranormal

"Think you know all there is to know about paranormal mysteries? Prepare to learn even more! From ghost ships to UFOs to haunted dolls, discover tantalizing trivia about mysteries that have haunted humanity for hundreds of years in this totally spooky book of paranormal trivia"--

 
Super surprising trivia about the Middle Ages

"Do you love European history? Have you imagined what it would be like to live in a castle among royalty and knights? From odd recipes, disgusting toilet trivia, and bizarre medical treatments, get the inside scoop about what life was really like in the Middle Ages in this amazing book of Middle Ages trivia"--

 
Passover by Koster, Gloria, author.
Date added:
Apr 18, 2024
Passover

"Passover is about celebrating the story of the Israelites escaping from Egypt and returning home. It is a Jewish holiday. People take extra care in preparing their homes. They also gather with family and friends for a big meal and activities that represent the story. Readers will discover how a shared holiday can have multiple traditions and be celebrated in all sorts of ways"--

 
Sea level rise

"Each year, Earth's oceans inch further onto land. What's the cause of this sea level rise? Climate change is melting ice and warming waters. Explore sea level rise with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculum of upper-elementary and middle school students and text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friendly font and design make learning accessible, and a recap at the end promotes checking for understanding to aid comprehension. It's key environmental science curricu

 
Queer and fearless - poems celebrating the lives of LGBTQ+ heroes

"Young readers will learn about the lives and legacies of seventeen heroes of the queer community from both past and present. Marsha P. Johnson, Harvey Milk, Cleve Jones, Pauline Park, Richard Blanco, and Pete Buttigieg are just a few of the iconic figures represented in this wonderfully designed and colorful picture book with illustrations by Harry Woodgate. A perfect introduction to the people who have stood up for what they believed in, lived lives according to their own ideals, and their par

 
Panama Canal by Rossiter, Brienna
Date added:
Apr 18, 2024
Panama Canal

 
Olympic National Park

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

 
Joshua Tree National Park

"Engaging images accompany information about Joshua Tree National Park. The combination of high-interest subject matter and narrative text is intended for students in grades 3 through 8" --

 
Foods from Ukraine by Shaw, Mary
Date added:
Apr 18, 2024
Foods from Ukraine

 
Everglades National Park

""Engaging images accompany information about Everglades National Park. The combination of high-interest subject matter and narrative text is intended for students in grades 3 through 8"--Provided by publisher"--

 
The greenhouse effect

"What do Earth's atmosphere and a glass-covered building have in common? Both can keep things hot! Explore the greenhouse effect with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculum of upper-elementary and middle school students and text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friendly font and design make learning accessible, and a recap at the end promotes checking for understanding to aid comprehension. It's key environmental science curriculum made approachable for all"--

 
Building habits to help earth

"From how we throw away trash to the ways we use electricity, our habits affect the size of our carbon footprint. The bigger our carbon footprint, the more greenhouse gas is in the air. This contributes to climate change. How can we help the planet? Simple actions we can take every day can make a big difference! Learn how changing our habits can save the world. Fun illustrations, exciting photos, and encouraging text make having an impact easy!"--

 
Boarding schools

"Learn how education and government policy impacted generations of Indigenous families. Readers will understand the legacy of boarding schools on Indigenous cultures and the resilience of those cultures today. The Racial Justice in America: Indigenous Peoples series explores the issues specific to the Indigenous communities in the United States in a comprehensive, honest, and age-appropriate way. This series was written by Indigenous historian and public scholar Heather Bruegl, a citizen of the

 
The birthplace of stars

"Explores how the James Webb Space Telescope has allowed scientists to study stars and the dense clouds of space dust where they are born"--

 
Bees in their ecosystems

"Tiny, buzzing bees flit from flower to flower. All around, plants are in bloom and animals are munching away at juicy, ripe fruit thanks to the hard work of these important pollinators. Bees are vital to their ecosystems, helping ground complex food websthat feeds creatures big and small. Uncover the truth about this important keystone species, explore how bees shape entire ecosystems, and learn what's at risk if these buzzing bugs were to disappear. Approachable text and engaging images bring

 
The Afghanistan War

Presents an overview of the Afghanistan War, including history, important people and battles, and a time line of events.

 
10 ways to create less waste

"Did you know the average American creates more than 4 pounds of waste per day? Check out these 10 easy ways to cut your trash output, plus an activity to help you do so. Find out what tips work for you and spread the word. Together, we can make a difference!"--

 
Animal and plant extinction

"Fury faces, scaly flippers, and green vines are disappearing. Why are so many animals and plants disappearing? Climate change is threatening a wave of extinction. Explore the threat to life on Earth with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculumof upper-elementary and middle school students and text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friendly font and design make learning accessible, and a recap at the end promotes checking for understanding to aid comprehension. It's

 
The American Indian Movement

"The social movements that defined the mid-20th century had lasting impacts on American society. This book takes a look at the American Indian Movement and how its activism brought much-needed attention to the injustices Indigenous Americans faced. The Racial Justice in America: Indigenous Peoples series explores the issues specific to the Indigenous communities in the United States in a comprehensive, honest, and age-appropriate way. This series was written by Indigenous historian and public sc

 
What is civics?

"Civics is the study of citizens' privileges and obligations. Citizens are protected by a country's laws, but they owe that country loyalty in return. This valuable book, a helpful support to curricular civics studies, explains much more about civics and citizenship in terms that readers will understand and appreciate. Through accessible vocabulary and high-interest examples, they will learn more about the freedoms that citizens enjoy and how people become citizens of a country. As they read thi

 
Wesak by Amstutz, Lisa J., author.
Date added:
Apr 18, 2024
Wesak

"Wesak is about celebrating Buddha. It is a Buddhist holiday. People clean and decorate temples for the celebration. Then, they honor Buddha at temples by making offerings and reciting holy texts. People also do good deeds during Wesak. Readers will discover how a shared holiday can have multiple traditions and be celebrated in all sorts of ways"--

 
Passover by Koster, Gloria, author.
Date added:
Apr 18, 2024
Passover

"Passover is about celebrating the story of the Israelites escaping from Egypt and returning home. It is a Jewish holiday. People take extra care in preparing their homes. They also gather with family and friends for a big meal and activities that represent the story. Readers will discover how a shared holiday can have multiple traditions and be celebrated in all sorts of ways"--

 
Joshua Tree National Park

"Engaging images accompany information about Joshua Tree National Park. The combination of high-interest subject matter and narrative text is intended for students in grades 3 through 8" --

 
Everglades National Park

""Engaging images accompany information about Everglades National Park. The combination of high-interest subject matter and narrative text is intended for students in grades 3 through 8"--Provided by publisher"--

 
Super surprising trivia about the paranormal

"Think you know all there is to know about paranormal mysteries? Prepare to learn even more! From ghost ships to UFOs to haunted dolls, discover tantalizing trivia about mysteries that have haunted humanity for hundreds of years in this totally spooky book of paranormal trivia"--

 
Sea level rise

"Each year, Earth's oceans inch further onto land. What's the cause of this sea level rise? Climate change is melting ice and warming waters. Explore sea level rise with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculum of upper-elementary and middle school students and text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friendly font and design make learning accessible, and a recap at the end promotes checking for understanding to aid comprehension. It's key environmental science curricu

 
Olympic National Park

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

 
Building habits to help earth

"From how we throw away trash to the ways we use electricity, our habits affect the size of our carbon footprint. The bigger our carbon footprint, the more greenhouse gas is in the air. This contributes to climate change. How can we help the planet? Simple actions we can take every day can make a big difference! Learn how changing our habits can save the world. Fun illustrations, exciting photos, and encouraging text make having an impact easy!"--

 
Animal and plant extinction

"Fury faces, scaly flippers, and green vines are disappearing. Why are so many animals and plants disappearing? Climate change is threatening a wave of extinction. Explore the threat to life on Earth with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculum of upper-elementary and middle school students and text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friendly font and design make learning accessible, and a recap at the end promotes checking for understanding to aid comprehension. It'

 
10 ways to create less waste

"Did you know the average American creates more than 4 pounds of waste per day? Check out these 10 easy ways to cut your trash output, plus an activity to help you do so. Find out what tips work for you and spread the word. Together, we can make a difference!"--

 
Technology inventors

"Think about the technology you use every day. What problems do these machines help you solve? Follow along with engaging illustrations, captivating photos, and fun text to learn all about the scientists and technology inventors who were brilliant people with big ideas"--

 
Panama Canal

"This book describes the construction, features, and uses of the Panama Canal"--

 
The greenhouse effect

"What do Earth's atmosphere and a glass-covered building have in common? Both can keep things hot! Explore the greenhouse effect with easy-to-understand content tied to the curriculum of upper-elementary and middle school students and text written at a 2nd to 3rd grade reading level. Dyslexia-friendly font and design make learning accessible, and a recap at the end promotes checking for understanding to aid comprehension. It's key environmental science curriculum made approachable for all"--

 
Bees in their ecosystems

"Tiny, buzzing bees flit from flower to flower. All around, plants are in bloom and animals are munching away at juicy, ripe fruit thanks to the hard work of these important pollinators. Bees are vital to their ecosystems, helping ground complex food webs that feeds creatures big and small. Uncover the truth about this important keystone species, explore how bees shape entire ecosystems, and learn what's at risk if these buzzing bugs were to disappear. Approachable text and engaging images bring

 
The American Indian Movement

"The social movements that defined the mid-20th century had lasting impacts on American society. This book takes a look at the American Indian Movement and how its activism brought much-needed attention to the injustices Indigenous Americans faced. The Racial Justice in America: Indigenous Peoples series explores the issues specific to the Indigenous communities in the United States in a comprehensive, honest, and age-appropriate way. This series was written by Indigenous historian and public sc

 
Super surprising trivia about the Middle Ages

"Do you love European history? Have you imagined what it would be like to live in a castle among royalty and knights? From odd recipes, disgusting toilet trivia, and bizarre medical treatments, get the inside scoop about what life was really like in the Middle Ages in this amazing book of Middle Ages trivia"--

 
The year of the puppy - how a puppy becomes your dog

Part science, part adventure, a dog scientist presents a deep study of her own puppy Quid from birth until her first birthday, inviting readers to observe Quid's development week to week and revealing what it's really like to be a puppy.

 
The wolf effect - a wilderness revival story

"An exploration of the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone Park, and the positive cascade effect they caused on its environment and surroundings"--

 
Witch hunt - the Cold War, Joe McCarthy, and the Red Scare

Told through a screenplay format and comprised almost entirely of quotes derived from primary sources, this groundbreaking book recounts McCarthy's infamous "witch hunt" for communists in America during the 1950s Red Scare.

 
Viking by Margeson, Susan M., author.
Date added:
Apr 11, 2024
Viking

"Become an eyewitness to the world of Nordic raiders and traders and learn all about the culture and history of Vikings. This picture-led guide will take you on a visual tour of the history and culture of these daring Norse adventurers. Readers can learnall about the Vikings' incredible ships and conquests, as well as their intriguing culture, religions, and home life"--

 
Ultimate bugopedia - the most complete bug reference ever

Reviewed by an expert in the field of entomology and featuring updated facts, figures and the latest information on even more incredible bugs, this second edition explores all the wild, wacky, cool and creepy insects and spiders that kids love.

 
Too many golems

Struggling with his Hebrew lessons, Abi takes an old scroll to help him practice and accidentally summons ten golems--who agree to come once a week to help him with his Hebrew.

 
Skybound! - starring Mary Myers as Carlotta, daredavil aeronaut and scientist

Taking readers back to the 1850s, this high-flying STEAM picture book introduces Mary Myers, aka "Carlotta," an aeronaut and inventor whose daring flights and careful scientific work improved hot air balloons and our understanding of flight, weather patterns and the atmosphere.

 
Pigs by Sabelko, Rebecca, author.
Date added:
Apr 11, 2024
Pigs

"Developed by literacy experts and educators for students in PreK through grade two, this book introduces beginning readers to pigs through simple, predictable text and related photos"--

 
Pedro's yo-yos - how a Filipino immigrant came to America and changed the world of toys

"The story of businessman Pedro Flores, inventor of the yo-yo"--

 
My lost freedom - a Japanese American WWII story

"Star Trek actor, activist, and author George Takei shares his empowering and moving story about growing up in Japanese American incarceration camps during WWII"--

 
Mountain of fire - the eruption and survivors of Mount St. Helens

"Mountain of Fire is the narrative nonfiction story of the violent volcanic eruption of Mount St. Helens on May 18, 1980, the story of the people who died, those who survived, and the heroes who fought to raise an alarm. For weeks, the ground around MountSt. Helens shuddered like a dynamite keg ready to explode. There were legends of previou eruptions: violent fire, treacherous floods, and heat that had scoured the area. But the shaking and swelling was unlike any volcano ever seen before. Day a

 
The mine wars - the bloody fight for workers' rights in the West Virginia coal fields

"The true story of the West Virginia coal miners who ignited the largest labor uprising in American history"--

 
Make art with nature

"Get creative and make incredible pieces of art using rocks, wood, berries, flowers, and leaves in this nature craft book for children ages 7-9. Find out how the very earth beneath your feet can be used to make paints and pastels, and how flowers can be repurposed to create inks. Children can learn how to pour paint onto a canvas, how to put pencil to paper and draw, how bits of old paper can make a beautiful collage, and how different mediums can come together to create incredible prints throug

 
Loch Ness uncovered - media, misinformation, and the greatest monster hoax of all time

"Loch Ness Uncovered is an extensively researched, myth-busting account of the world's most famous monster hoax--the Loch Ness Monster--and a cautionary tale on the dangers of misinformation"--

 
Growing up under a red flag / A Memoir of Surviving the Chinese Cultural Revolution

"The memoir of Ying Chang Compestine's childhood growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution"--

 
Food by Phillips-bartlett, Rebecca
Date added:
Apr 11, 2024
Food

 
 
English for everyone junior English dictionary

"An English dictionary perfect for children ages 6-9 who are starting to learn English as a second or foreign language. The dictionary includes an app that helps students with pronunciation and makes learning a new language fun and interactive. Every wordin this dictionary is beautifully illustrated and arranged from A to Z to help your child understand the alphabet, and to encourage word recognition and English reading. Each section begins with the upper and lower-case versions of the letters a

 
Dad Jokes by Elliott, Rob
Date added:
Apr 11, 2024
Dad Jokes

 
Can you hear the plants speak?

Calling on the legacy of his great-grandparents, an Indigenous plantsman presents this multigenerational story about how one drop of rain, one seed, one plant can renew a cycle of hope and connections - for him and for each of us.

 
Born naughty - my childhood in China

"Share in the joyful, adventure-filled shenanigans of a child growing up in a small mud hut in Inner Mongolia in this charming, illustrated memoir for young middle grade readers"--

 
Bird by Burnie, David, author.
Date added:
Apr 11, 2024
Bird

"Become an eyewitness to the 9,500 species of birds that live in a huge range of habitats, from deserts and rainforests to the polar ice caps. This picture-led guide will take you on a visual tour of the fascinating world of birds. Readers can learn all about different orders of birds, take a detailed look at individual feathers and beak shapes, and explore behavior, from fish- and meat-eaters to seed- and plant-eaters"--

 
Behind my doors - the story of the world's oldest library

Al-Qarawiyyin Library shares the true story of how it was originally founded by a Muslim woman in 859 in Fez, Morocco, and remains the oldest operating library in existence.

 
All about flags

"Did you know that the flag of the USA was inspired by that of the East India Company--a private shipping company that traded in the spoils of the British Empire? Do you know what the black star on the flag of Ghana means? Or why the Russian flag looks similar to that of the Netherlands? Find the answers to these questions and more in this . . . accessible atlas of flags"--

 
The ABCs of queer history

"CELEBRATE THE ABCs OF LGBTQIA+. An alphabet book that highlights and celebrates queer history in the United States from A to Z, presenting bold ideas for big thinkers in every letter! A is for abundant, always, ally, and alive. F is for family, friendship, fluid, and free. O is for optimists, opportunity, open, and outspoken"--

 
10 ways to use less plastic

"Did you know that most plastic goes to landfills instead of recycling plants? Use these 10 simple steps and added hands-on activity to reduce your plastic use and waste. Find out what tips work for you and spread the word. Together, we can make a difference!"--

 
Witch hunt - the Cold War, Joe McCarthy, and the Red Scare

"A cutting-edge look into a pivotal moment in U.S. history: McCarthy's infamous "witch hunt" for communists during the 1950's Red Scare. At the cusp of the Cold War, Americans were so afraid of communists living among them that they began to hunt them like witches. As Senator Joe McCarthy took up this mantle to hunt down "communists" in the U.S., citizens grew terrified of being accused, so they turned on each other--pointing fingers at neighbors, friends, and even family. Told through a unique

 
Behind my doors - the story of the world's oldest library

Al-Qarawiyyin Library shares the true story of how it was originally founded by a Muslim woman in 859 in Fez, Morocco, and remains the oldest operating library in existence.

 
Pigs by Sabelko, Rebecca, author.
Date added:
Apr 11, 2024
Pigs

"Developed by literacy experts and educators for students in PreK through grade two, this book introduces beginning readers to pigs through simple, predictable text and related photos"

 
10 ways to help use less plastic

"Did you know that most plastic goes to landfills instead of recycling plants? Use these 10 simple steps and added hands-on activity to reduce your plastic use and waste. Find out what tips work for you and spread the word. Together, we can make a difference!"--

 
Pedro's yo-yos - how a Filipino immigrant came to America and changed the world of toys

"The story of businessman Pedro Flores, inventor of the yo-yo"--

 
My lost freedom - a Japanese American WWII story

"Star Trek actor, activist, and author George Takei shares his empowering and moving story about growing up in Japanese American incarceration camps during WWII"--

 
Loch Ness uncovered - how fake news fueled the greatest monster hoax of all time

"Loch Ness Uncovered is an extensively researched, myth-busting account of the world's most famous monster hoax-the Loch Ness Monster-and a cautionary tale on the dangers of misinformation"--

 
I live with diabetes

Meet Dayce! He goes to school and plays baseball. He also has diabetes

 
Always beginning - the big bang, the universe, and you

"For kids with big questions comes a mesmerizing celebration of the universe and our place in it, perfect for STEM learning. The story of the universe is enough to send our minds spinning with wonder! This awe-inspiring picture book explores the science behind the start of our universe and how we came to be a part of it, from the Big Bang and the beginning of life on Earth all the way up until today."--

 
Born naughty - my childhood in China

"Share in the joyful, adventure-filled shenanigans of a child growing up in a small mud hut in Inner Mongolia in this charming, illustrated memoir for young middle grade readers"--

 
Wheel loaders

"An early elementary-level STEM introduction to the wheel loader, covering how the construction vehicle looks and works. Includes a glossary, further resources, and a labeled image guide to the loading machine's major parts"--

 
What in the wow?! 2 - 250 more bonkerballs facts

In this page-turning, mind-blowing survey of stupefying, gross and all-around-weird scientific facts, the hosts of the #1 kids podcast Wow in the World cover such topics as rollercoasters, mysteries, presidents, big mistakes, language, poop and more.

 
Universe by Kerrod, Robin, author.
Date added:
Apr 4, 2024
Universe

Discusses the history of astronomy, including the discovery of the planets, sun, stars, and distant galaxies, and details human exploration of the universe.

 
A treasure of measures

"This playful picture book introduces young readers to different units of measurement, then invites them to think of the many creative ways to quantify the meaningful moments in their lives. How do you measure the time it takes to read a good book? Sure,you can use units of time, like minutes or hours . . . but you can also use your very own measurements: how many times you laugh or cry, how many pages you turn, or how many times you ask to read it again. And measuring a rainfall could mean usin

 
The rock in my throat

"In this moving true story, Kao Kalia Yang shares her experiences as a Hmong refugee child navigating life at home and school in America while carrying the weight of her selective mutism"--

 
Space activity lab - exciting space projects for budding astronauts

"This fun, fact-filled book is brimming with exciting outdoor experiments to help budding astronomers aged 9+ explore the secrets of space. Using household items, combine astronomy with art and craft by launching your own rocket, build a moon lander to learn how astronauts touch down safely on the moon's surface, and make a pinhole camera to observe a solar eclipse. Packed with photography, easy-to-follow instructions, and attention to detail, Space Activity Lab will make young astronomers excit

 
Ocean

"This fact-filled, search-and-find adventure activity book takes kids under the sea in search of more than 250 hidden pictures of narwhals, sharks, sea turtles, sunken treasures, and more. Kids will dive into incredible ocean scenes, from tropical coral reefs to Antarctic penguin colonies to the deep, dark bottom of the sea. Each location is illustrated with lush, jam-packed art, with plenty of marine animals and fascinating objects to spot"--

 
Nothing - John Cage and 4' 33"

"The story of the composer John Cage's famous composition of four minutes and 33 seconds of empty sheet music, and its first performance by the pianist David Tudor"--

 
Not just the driver

"Who makes buses and trains and boats and planes go? It's not just the driver! This rhyming read-aloud book celebrates all of the people who work behind the scenes to keep us moving, and introduces young readers to a whole slew of fun, and essential, transportation professions"--

 
My first sewing machine - 30 fun projects kids will love to make

"If you love to sew, and want to share your joy of the craft with a young person, this book is for you! Kids can sew--this book shows them how! Step-by-step guides and 30 fun projects for kids 7 and up. Make 30 fun projects using your sewing machine! Thispractical sewing guide is jam-packed with great sewing ideas, clear diagrams and simple text to follow. Choose between projects for your bedroom, your wardrobe, your rucksack and more: Bags Pincushion Keyring Cushion Earphone case Scarf T-shirt

 
The monarch effect - surviving poison, predators, and people

"With their stunning black-and-orange wings, monarch butterflies are one of the most recognizable insects on the planet. But despite their delicate beauty, these creatures are warriors. The moment they hatch, they're fighting for their lives. Everything is the enemy: from the very leaf they live on to the humans and animals around them to nature itself. How does such a tiny egg survive to become a butterfly? And even after emerging from the cocoon, unimaginable danger awaits: migration. Every ye

 
Making the rules - what does our government do?

"Part of an inspiring series of books that supports students in understanding government and civics in the United States, Making the Rules interweaves historical context, events, and personalities with the experiences of modern Americans to help studentsunderstand key social studies topics, including the origins of American institutions and values and their relevance to young people's lives today. The book explores government's impact on daily life, including raising money through taxation, sec

 
Level up 2024 - by gamers, for gamers

Offers information and statistics about all of the hottest games, tips and tricks for gamers, and interviews from gaming's biggest personalities, including game developers and pro gamers.

 
The Juneteenth cookbook - recipes and activities for kids and families to celebrate

"The Juneteenth Cookbook introduces the history of Juneteenth to kids through vibrant recipes, activities, and games drawn from Black American cultural traditions"--

 
Hippos by Myers, Maya, author.
Date added:
Apr 4, 2024
Hippos

"Learn all about the world of these massive, majestic mammals in this level 1 hippos reader"--

 
Getting our voices heard - how can Americans change our society?

"Explore how Americans have worked to change our society through the history of the United States. Discover the inspiring stories behind Americans' campaigns for change, from the Declaration of Independence to the fight to abolish slavery and to secure votes for women. Learn about those who inspired these movements, from Sojourner Truth to Martin Luther King Jr. and Dolores Huerta. Explore the American story from the perspectives of the diverse voices that make up our nation"--

 
Forklifts by Bolte, Mari, author.
Date added:
Apr 4, 2024
Forklifts

"An early elementary-level STEM introduction to the forklift, covering how the construction vehicle looks and works. Includes a glossary, further resources, and a labeled image guide to the lifting machine's major parts"--

 
Dinosaur knowledge genius!

Ferocious facts and prehistoric prose takes readers back to the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous eras where they will learn all about dinosaurs, in this brain-busting quiz book with three levels of difficulty along with eye-popping pictures.

 
A crown of stories - the life and language of beloved writer Toni Morrison

This inspiring true story of the Pulitzer Prize- and Nobel Prize-winning author shows how she went from being the only Black child in her first-grade classroom - and the only student who could read - to becoming one of the greatest writers in modern history.

 
Could you ever dine with dinosaurs!?

"Spend a day with carnivorous dinosaurs in this fantastic new series from Sandra Markle, the bestselling author of the What If You Had... series! What if you could spend a day with your favorite animals? What would you eat? How would you play? Would you ever want to leave?Pull up a chair and get ready to dine with carnivorous dinosaurs in the third book in the Could You Ever... series! Learn all about what different meat-eating dinosaurs ate, when they lived, and more! This innovative book place

 
Concrete mixers

"An early elementary-level STEM introduction to the concrete mixer, covering how the construction vehicle looks and works. Includes a glossary, further resources, and a labeled image guide to the cement-mixing machine's major parts"--

 
The city sings green & other poems about welcoming wildlife

This creative mix of poetry, science and activism explores the environmental impact of humans and showcases the many ways we can rewild cities across the globe by presenting real-life success stories from the United States, Norway and Australia.

 
Behold the hummingbird!

"Hummingbirds are tiny and pretty, so you might find yourself taking them for granted. But these little birds are remarkable, fierce, and talented. In Behold the Hummingbird, readers will learn about species that can hover like a helicopter, fly backwardsand upside down, and consume half their body weight in a single day"--

 
Butt or face? Revenge of the Butts Vol. 2, Revenge of the butts

"Are you ready for round two of the hilarious guessing game picture book? Discover fascinating facts about animals while guessing if you're looking at a butt or a face! Butt or Face? Volume 2 continues the delightfully cheeky challenge with a whole new set of animals from all over the world. Examine a close-up photo of an animal and then guess whether you're looking at the top or the...um...bottom. The answer is revealed on the next page with a compete photo of the animal! Also included are fact

 
The bard and the book - how the first folio saved the plays of William Shakespeare from oblivion

"The unlikely true story of why we know the name William Shakespeare today, and the four-hundred-year-old book that made it possible. Four hundred years ago, no one bothered to write down the exact words of stage plays. Characters' lines were scribbled onsmall rolls of paper (as in, an actor's role) and passed around, but no master script was saved for the future. The main reason we've heard of Romeo, Juliet, Hamlet, and Shakespeare himself is that a group of people made the excellent choice to

 
Backhoes by Bolte, Mari, author.
Date added:
Apr 4, 2024
Backhoes

"An early elementary-level STEM introduction to the backhoe, covering how the construction vehicle looks and works. Includes a glossary, further resources, and a labeled image guide to the digging machine's major parts"--

 
Animals

"This fact-filled search-and-find adventure activity book takes kids around the world in search of more than 250 hidden pictures of animals. Kids will crisscross the planet to explore some of Earth's most unique animal habitats, from the Amazon rainforest to the African savanna to the Australian bush. Each location is illustrated with lush, jam-packed art, with plenty of animals to spot"--

 
And yet you shine - the Kohinoor diamond, colonization, and resistance

Chronicling the story of the famous Kohinoor diamond, which was stolen from India and eventually landed in the hands of British royals who tricked a young South Asian monarch into relinquishing it, this urgent narrative invites readers to consider the origins of museum artifacts and all they represent.

 
Animals by
Date added:
Apr 4, 2024
Animals

This unique search-and-find adventure lets kids explore and learn about the objects and creatures they find and their habitats with fun facts and awesome photographs. This fact-filled search-and-find adventure activity book takes kids around the world in search of more than 250 hidden pictures of animals. Kids will crisscross the planet to explore some of Earth's most unique animal habitats, from the Amazon rainforest to the African savanna to the Australian bush. Each location is illustrated wi

 
The rock in my throat

"In this moving true story, Kao Kalia Yang shares her experiences as a Hmong refugee child navigating life at home and school in America while carrying the weight of her selective mutism"--

 
Ocean by
Date added:
Apr 4, 2024
Ocean

This unique search-and-find adventure lets kids explore and learn about the objects and creatures they find and their habitats with fun facts and awesome photographs. This fact-filled, search-and-find adventure activity book takes kids under the sea in search of more than 250 hidden pictures of narwhals, sharks, sea turtles, sunken treasures, and more. Kids will dive into incredible ocean scenes, from tropical coral reefs to Antarctic penguin colonies to the deep, dark bottom of the sea. Each lo

 
Not just the driver

"Who makes buses and trains and boats and planes go? It's not just the driver! This rhyming read-aloud book celebrates all of the people who work behind the scenes to keep us moving, and introduces young readers to a whole slew of fun, and essential, transportation professions"--

 
The monarch effect - surviving poison, predators, and people

"A not-so-typical look at the mysteries of the monarch butterfly With their stunning black-and-orange wings, monarch butterflies are one of the most recognizable insects on the planet. But despite their delicate beauty, these creatures are warriors. The moment they hatch, they're fighting for their lives. Everything is the enemy: from the very leaf they live on to the humans and animals around them to nature itself. How does such a tiny egg survive to become a butterfly? And even after emerging

 
Could you ever dine with dinosaurs!?

"Spend a day with carnivorous dinosaurs in this fantastic new series from Sandra Markle, the bestselling author of the What If You Had... series! What if you could spend a day with your favorite animals? What would you eat? How would you play? Would you ever want to leave? Pull up a chair and get ready to dine with carnivorous dinosaurs in the third book in the Could You Ever... series! Learn all about what different meat-eating dinosaurs ate, when they lived, and more! This innovative book plac

 
The bard and the book - how the first folio saved the plays of William Shakespeare from oblivion

"The unlikely true story of why we know the name William Shakespeare today, and the four-hundred-year-old book that made it possible. Four hundred years ago, no one bothered to write down the exact words of stage plays. Characters' lines were scribbled on small rolls of paper (as in, an actor's role) and passed around, but no master script was saved for the future. The main reason we've heard of Romeo, Juliet, Hamlet, and Shakespeare himself is that a group of people made the excellent choice to

 
Nothing - John Cage and 4' 33"

"The story of the composer John Cage's famous composition of four minutes and 33 seconds of empty sheet music, and its first performance by the pianist David Tudor"--

 
Behold the hummingbird

"Hummingbirds are tiny and pretty, so you might find yourself taking them for granted. But these little birds are remarkable, fierce, and talented. In Behold the Hummingbird, readers will learn about species that can hover like a helicopter, fly backwards and upside down, and consume half their body weight in a single day"--

 
Wheel loaders

"An early elementary-level STEM introduction to the wheel loader, covering how the construction vehicle looks and works. Includes a glossary, further resources, and a labeled image guide to the loading machine's major parts"--

 
Forklifts by Bolte, Mari, author.
Date added:
Apr 4, 2024
Forklifts

"An early elementary-level STEM introduction to the forklift, covering how the construction vehicle looks and works. Includes a glossary, further resources, and a labeled image guide to the lifting machine's major parts"--

 
Concrete mixers

"An early elementary-level STEM introduction to the concrete mixer, covering how the construction vehicle looks and works. Includes a glossary, further resources, and a labeled image guide to the cement-mixing machine's major parts"--

 
Backhoes by Bolte, Mari, author.
Date added:
Apr 4, 2024
Backhoes

"An early elementary-level STEM introduction to the backhoe, covering how the construction vehicle looks and works. Includes a glossary, further resources, and a labeled image guide to the digging machine's major parts"--

 
Who is Taylor Swift?

Taylor Swift is one of the most popular singers in the world, and a billionaire who writes her own songs and plays several instruments. Find out how she became the star she is today from growing up on a Christmas tree farm in Pennsylvania.

 
Space on Earth - how thinking like an astronaut can help save the planet

"Who could imagine an idea born on a space station would help sustain our planet? Astronauts, living on the International Space Station, have to protect their resources because their lives depend on it. They learn to conserve water, air, food, energy, andwaste. These efforts have in turn lead to . . . innovative ideas for air quality, food production, and water purification here on Earth"--Provided by publisher.

 
Show and tell! great graphs and smart charts - an introduction to Infographics

"A unique introduction to how charts and graphs can present data in an easy-to-understand way. Using engaging text and humor, this introduction to an otherwise dry mathematics concept explains how to show information in chart or graph form in clear terms for young readers."--

 
The night sky

"From planets and stars to constellations and meteor showers, readers will discover the amazing sights that can be seen in our night sky in this stellar Level 1 Ready-to-Read"--

 
Kid confident. #4 - how to manage your social power in middle school

"How to handle the increasing academic demands of middle school, organizational skills and time management, how to be self-determined, have grit, and a sense of agency"--

 
Can't get enough horse stuff - fun facts, awesome info, cool games, silly jokes, and more!

"Horses are popular all over the world, as pets, participants in competitions, farm animals, and more. In fact, they're one of humankind's oldest animal companions. This fascinating, fun-filled book introduces you to different horse breeds; how horses became our stalwart companions; life in the herd; adorable foals; horse coloration, markings, and manes; and so much more"--

 
The night sky

"From planets and stars to constellations and meteor showers, readers will discover the amazing sights that can be seen in our night sky in this stellar Level 1 Ready-to-Read"--

 
Space on Earth - how thinking like an astronaut can help save the planet

"Astronauts on the International Space Station must protect their resources--their lives depend on it. The same is true about Earth. For the planet to survive, we must also conserve water, air, food, and energy, and cut down on waste. 'Space on Earth' explores how innovative efforts in space are inspiring bright ideas on Earth, and how thinking like an astronaut can help us save the planet."--

 
 
Dive! - the story of breathing underwater

"DIVE! is a fascinating introduction to the comprehensive, world history of diving by award-winning artist Chris Gall. How do you breathe underwater? What tools can we use to go deeper and deeper into the oceans? And...what's down there? Two-thirds of ourEarth is covered in ocean, yet only 5% of it has been explored. DIVE deep into our long history of sea exploration to learn why, how, and when humans have dived, and uncover our biggest questions about what hides in the Earth's deepest waters. P

 
Kid-ventors - 35 real kids and their amazing inventions

"From Popsicles and swim fins to robots and glitter shooting prosthetics, this middle grade nonfiction debut is full of fun and inspiring stories about real kid inventors and some of their most amazing inventions"--

 
Gluskonba and the maple trees

"Fully illustrated picture book telling a traditional Abenaki story, presented in English as well as in the Abenaki language"--

 
Look inside a big rig - how it works

"Big rigs race down highways carrying hundreds of packages. How do they drive, turn, and slow down while carrying so much? With full-color photos and accessible text, readers will discover the science behind how big rigs drive"--

 
Stay curious and keep exploring- next level - 50 bigger, bolder science experiments to do with the whole family

"A new book of 50 bigger, bolder, next-level STEAM experiments for the whole family, including even more diverse science biographies and stories, from Emily Calandrelli, host of Netflix's Emily's Wonder Lab and author of the national bestseller Stay Curious and Keep Exploring"--

 
Spying on spies - Elizebeth Smith Friedman codebreaker

"From bestselling and award-winning author-illustrator Marissa Moss, praised for her accessible blend of narrative nonfiction with graphic novel-style chapter openers in The Woman Who Split the Atom: The Life of Lise Meitner, comes another fascinating story of a groundbreaking woman in STEM. One of the founders of U.S. cryptology who would eventually become one of the world's greatest code breakers, Elizebeth Smith Friedman (1892-1980) was a brilliant mind behind many important battles throughou