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Write to me - letters from Japanese American children to the Librarian they left behind by Grady, Cynthia, author. Write to me - letters from Japanese American children to the Librarian they left behind

A touching story about Japanese American children who corresponded with their beloved librarian while they were imprisoned in World War II internment camps. When Executive Order 9066 is enacted after the attack at Pearl Harbor, children's librarian Clara Breed's young Japanese American patrons are to be sent to prison camp. Before they are moved, Breed asks the children to write her letters and gives them books to take with them. Through the three years of their internment, the children correspo

Jan 18, 2018
World War II by Williams, Brian, 1943- author. World War II

"Discover World War II facts and hear from people who lived through the war that shaped the modern world, from the cause of the conflict to the most important battles. From the prewar rise of Nazi Germany to the start of the war with the invasion of Poland in 1939 to the end of the war in 1945 and the Nuremburg Trials, all aspects of the deadliest conflict in human history are covered in great detail in DK findout! World War II with content that is accessible and appropriate for children 6-9 ye

Jan 18, 2018
Wild West by Osborne, Mary Pope, author. Wild West

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Jan 18, 2018
Unstoppable - true stories of amazing bionic animals by Furstinger, Nancy, author. Unstoppable - true stories of amazing bionic animals

"In this title, readers learn the stories of animals that are both benefitting from and helping out the world of prosthetic science - covering all species, situations, and science backgrounds. From the high-tech science of 3D printing, to inflatables, to toy wheels, this title has it all, including visits with subjects who are accessible for interviews and photography. INSPIRING is a perfect fit for animal lovers and science enthusiasts alike."--

Jan 18, 2018
Unicorns by Peabody, Erin, author. Unicorns

"Behind the Legend looks at creatures and monsters throughout history and analyzes them through a scientific, myth-busting lens, debating whether or not the sightings and evidence provided are adequate proof of their existence. In Unicorns, readers learn about all the sightings and "proof" of them, from stories in history of people who sought unicorns, like Julius Caesar, Genghis Khan, and Marco Polo, to why they were hunted so fiercely. This book also discusses additional history about the crea

Jan 18, 2018
Under the silver moon - lullabies, night songs & poems by Dalton, Pamela (Illustrator), illustrator, compiler. Under the silver moon - lullabies, night songs & poems

Cut-paper artist Pamela Dalton presents a collection of classic lullabies, traditional children's songs, and poetry.

Jan 18, 2018
Ukraine by Murray, Julie, author. Ukraine

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Jan 18, 2018
Trailblazer - the story of ballerina Raven Wilkinson by Schubert, Leda, author. Trailblazer - the story of ballerina Raven Wilkinson

"This beautiful picture book tells the little-known story of Raven Wilkinson, the first African American woman to dance for a major classical ballet company and an inspiration to Misty Copeland. When she was only five years old, her parents took her to see the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Raven perched on her crushed velvet seat, heard the tympani, and cried with delight even before the curtain lifted. From that moment on, her passion for dance only grew deeper inside of her. No black ballerina

Jan 18, 2018
Syria by Murray, Julie, author. Syria

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Jan 18, 2018
Streetcar to justice- how Elizabeth Jennings won the right to ride in New York by Hearth, Amy Hill, 1958- author. Streetcar to justice- how Elizabeth Jennings won the right to ride in New York

"Amy Hill Hearth uncovers the story of a little-known figure in U.S. history in this fascinating biography. In 1854, a young African American woman named Elizabeth Jennings won a major victory against a New York City streetcar company, a first step in the process of desegregating public transportation in Manhattan. This illuminating and important piece of the history of the fight for equal rights, illustrated with photographs and archival material from the period, will engage fans of Phillip Hoo

Jan 18, 2018
Stars by Kukla, Lauren, author. Stars

Climb Aboard! Explore planets and how they are formed! Meet key astronomers! Examine the history of mapping the stars! Investigate red giants, black and white dwarfs, neutron stars, supernovas, and black holes! See an infographicshowing our solar system's statistics! Did You Know? facts and a Guidebook of the brightest stars complete your journey.Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.Checkerboard Library is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.

Jan 18, 2018
Star Wars. The last Jedi - the visual dictionary by Hidalgo, Pablo, author. Star Wars. The last Jedi - the visual dictionary

Presents a guide to the characters, droids, aliens, and creatures of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," with details on costumes, weapons, and accessories.

Jan 18, 2018
Star Wars. The last Jedi - incredible cross-sections by Fry, Jason, 1969- author. Star Wars. The last Jedi - incredible cross-sections

Illustrations peel back high-tech layers to reveal the cockpits, engines, hyperdrives, and construction secrets of twelve vehicles from the Star Wars feature film, "Star Wars, Episode VIII, The Last Jedi."

Jan 18, 2018
Snowy owl invasion! - tracking an unusual migration by Markle, Sandra, author. Snowy owl invasion! - tracking an unusual migration

"A historically large irruption of snowy owls during the winter of 2013-2014 brought them across the eastern US, and farther south than usual. Scientists used this opportunity to attach GPS tracking devices to some snowy owls to increase understanding of their winter behavior and migration."--

Jan 18, 2018
Shawn Mendes- pop star by Caravantes, Peggy, 1935- author. Shawn Mendes- pop star

Bring readers along to witness pop star Shawn Mendes's rise to fame. Shawn became an instant sensation after posting song covers to Vine. Additional features include a Fast Facts spread, critical thinking questions, primary source quotes and accompanying source notes, a phonetic glossary, an index, and sources for further research.

Jan 18, 2018
Rowan Blanchard - teen actress by Ford, Jeanne Marie, 1971- Rowan Blanchard - teen actress

"Bring readers along to witness teen actress Rowan Blanchard's rise to fame. Rowan is the star of the Disney Channel's Girl Meets World. Additional features include a Fast Facts spread, critical thinking questions, primary source quotes and accompanying source notes, a phonetic glossary, an index, and sources for further research"--Amazon.

Jan 18, 2018
Roses and radicals - the epic story of how American women won the right to vote by Zimet, Susan, author. Roses and radicals - the epic story of how American women won the right to vote

"The United States of America is almost 250 years old, but American women won the right to vote less than a hundred years ago. And when the controversial nineteenth amendment to the U.S. Constitution-the one granting suffrage to women-was finally ratified in 1920, it passed by a mere one-vote margin. The amendment only succeeded because a courageous group of women had been relentlessly demanding the right to vote for more than seventy years. The leaders of the suffrage movement are heroes who

Jan 18, 2018
Poland by Murray, Julie, author. Poland

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Jan 18, 2018
A place to start a family - poems about creatures that build by Harrison, David L. (David Lee), 1937- author. A place to start a family - poems about creatures that build

"Many animals build remarkable structures in order to attract mates, lay eggs, give birth, and otherwise perpetuate their species. Twelve animals are presented in four sections based on where they live--underground, in the water, on the land, or in the air. Fish, insects, reptiles, mammals, and birds are included in poems and artwork that to bring these animals to life for kids."--

Jan 18, 2018
Organized crime by Johnson, C. M. (Cheri M.), author. Organized crime

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Jan 18, 2018
One fun day with Lewis Carroll - a celebration of wordplay and a girl named Alice by Krull, Kathleen, author. One fun day with Lewis Carroll - a celebration of wordplay and a girl named Alice

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Jan 18, 2018
Nina - jazz legend and civil-rights activist Nina Simone by Brière-Haquet, Alice, 1979- author. Nina - jazz legend and civil-rights activist Nina Simone

With evocative black-and-white illustrations and moving prose, readers are introduced to Nina Simone, jazz-music legend and civil-rights activist. Shared as a lullaby to her daughter, a soulful song recounts Simone's career, the trials she faced as an African American woman, and the stand she took during the Civil Rights Movement. This poignant picture book offers a melodic tale that is both a historic account of an iconic figure and an extraordinary look at how far we've come and how far we sti

Jan 18, 2018
Meet me at the well - the girls and women of the Bible by Yolen, Jane, author. Meet me at the well - the girls and women of the Bible

"The inimitable Jane Yolen has teamed up with Barbara Diamond Goldin (a prolific author in her own right) to retell Bible stories from the point of view of twelve women (in nine chapters, as some come in pairs). After each story, there is a reflection "imagine" piece written from the voice of each woman (written by Barbara) and a poem about her (written by Jane). Intermixed with the main text are sidebars called "midrash" in the singular or "midrashim" in the plural. These pose questions about e

Jan 18, 2018
Martin rising - requiem for a King by Pinkney, Andrea Davis, author. Martin rising - requiem for a King

In a rich embroidery of visions, musical cadence, and deep emotion, Andrea and Brian Pinkney convey the final months of Martin Luther King's life -- and of his assassination -- through metaphor, spirituality, and multilayers of meaning. Andrea's stunning poetic requiem, illustrated with Brian's lyrical and colorful artwork, brings a fresh perspective to Martin Luther King, the Gandhi-like, peace-loving activist whose dream of equality -- and whose courage to make it happen -- changed the course

Jan 18, 2018
Libba - the magnificent musical life of Elizabeth Cotten by Veirs, Laura, author. Libba - the magnificent musical life of Elizabeth Cotten

Elizabeth Cotten was only a little girl when she picked up a guitar for the first time. It wasn't hers (it was her big brother's), and it wasn't strung right for her (she was left-handed). But she flipped that guitar upside down and backwards and taught herself how to play it anyway. By age eleven, she'd written "Freight Train," one of the most famous folk songs of the twentieth century. And by the end of her life, people everywhere from the sunny beaches of California to the rolling hills of En

Jan 18, 2018
The Leaning Tower of Pisa by Orr, Nicole, author. The Leaning Tower of Pisa

"Would you be surprised to find out that the Leaning Tower of Pisa wasnt supposed to lean? It started to lean while it was being built. Find out why the tower leans, as well as some of the crazy ideas people had for fixing it!"--

Jan 18, 2018
Law enforcement by Johnson, C. M. (Cheri M.), author. Law enforcement

Even the most iconic law enforcement organizations began with the need to serve and protect. Some started out as neighborhood patrols, while others began while settlers tried to tame the wild west. How did everyday beat cops start? When did the Secret Service begin protecting the President of the United States? What do the Texas Rangers and Federal Marshals actually do? In Law Enforcement, part of Full Tilt's Origins: Whodunnit series, students will explore the world of crime-fighters by reading

Jan 18, 2018
Kenya by Murray, Julie, author. Kenya

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Jan 18, 2018
Hidden figures - the true story of four black women and the space race by Shetterly, Margot Lee, author. Hidden figures - the true story of four black women and the space race

Explores the previously uncelebrated but pivotal contributions of NASA's African American women mathematicians to America's space program, describing how Jim Crow laws segregated them despite their groundbreaking successes.

Jan 18, 2018
Heists by Johnson, C. M. (Cheri M.), author. Heists

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Jan 18, 2018
From the heart of Africa - a book of wisdom by Walters, Eric, 1957- author. From the heart of Africa - a book of wisdom

A collection of African wisdom gorgeously illustrated by artists from Ghana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Canada, the United States and more.

Jan 18, 2018
From peanuts to peanut butter - by Bridget Heos ; illustrated by Stephanie Fizer Coleman. by Heos, Bridget, author. From peanuts to peanut butter - by Bridget Heos ; illustrated by Stephanie Fizer Coleman.

"A child wonders where peanut butter comes from and learns about the jobs of peanut farmers and how peanuts are harvested, and how peanuts are made into peanut butter and packaged at a factory. This illustrated narrative nonfiction book includes a map of where peanuts are grown, glossary, and further resources"--Provided by publisher.

Jan 18, 2018
From cocoa beans to chocolate by Heos, Bridget, author. From cocoa beans to chocolate

"A child wonders where chocolate comes from and learns about cocoa farmers and how cocoa beans are harvested in West Africa and chocolate makers and how cocoa beans are made into chocolate at at factory. This illustrated narrative nonfiction book includes a map of where cocoa trees are grown, glossary, and further resources"--Provided by publisher.

Jan 18, 2018
Forensics by Johnson, C. M. (Cheri M.), author. Forensics

Explores the science involved in crime-fighting and how it has impacted the way crimes are both solved and committed. Includes glossary and quiz.

Jan 18, 2018
For Audrey with love - Audrey Hepburn and Givenchy by Hopman, Philip, author. For Audrey with love - Audrey Hepburn and Givenchy

When two young rising stars Hubert de Givenchy and Audrey Hepburn cross paths for the first time it's magic...literally, the perfect fit!

Jan 18, 2018
Fill a bucket - a guide to daily happiness for young children by McCloud, Carol, author. Fill a bucket - a guide to daily happiness for young children

"The concept of a full bucket is an effective metaphor for a child's healthy self-concept and happiness, most often the result of the encouraging words and actions of parents and others who help a child know they are loved, valued, and capable"--Provided by publisher.

Jan 18, 2018
Facing Frederick - the life of Frederick Douglass, a monumental American man by Bolden, Tonya, author. Facing Frederick - the life of Frederick Douglass, a monumental American man

Frederick Douglass (1818–1895) is best known for the telling of his own emancipation. But there is much more to Douglass’s story than his time spent enslaved and his famous autobiography. Facing Frederick captures the whole complicated, and at times perplexing, person that he was. Statesman, suffragist, writer, and newspaperman, this book focuses on Douglass the man rather than the historical icon.

Jan 18, 2018
Extreme survivors - animals that time forgot by Ridley, Kimberly, author. Extreme survivors - animals that time forgot

Looks at animals that existed in prehistoric times and still exist today and suggests how these creatures managed to survive while other animals are now extinct.

Jan 18, 2018
Explanatorium of nature. by Explanatorium of nature.

This stunning visual reference for kids explores the natural world in stunning detail and allows young readers to see nature as they never have before, through amazing close-ups and cross-sections, exploded images, X-rays, and more.From fruit to flies, from coral to clouds, from mountains to mammals, this extraordinary new encyclopedia is the perfect tool for curious minds to find out how things work and why they exist, and will keep young readers absorbed with its amazing images that depict and

Jan 18, 2018
Earth by Sharif-Draper, Maryam, author. Earth

Discover the structure of the Earth, from its red-hot inner core to the mountains, deserts, and oceans that cover its surface. Learn why we have seasons, how the water cycle works, and why our population is growing. What is Earth? Why do we need soil? DK findout! Earth presents key geography facts in a fun and exciting way so young readers can dive into the wonders of planet Earth. From earthquakes to mountains, volcanoes to rivers, and ecosystems to the rock cycle, this book tackles core curric

Jan 18, 2018
Dream March - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the march on washington. by Nelson, Vaunda Micheaux. Dream March - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the march on washington.

An inspiring biography introducing children to the civil rights movement, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the historic march on Washington. Young readers can now learn about one of the greatest civil rights leaders of all time, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in this Level 3 Step into Reading Biography Reader. Set against Dr. King’s historic march on Washington in the summer of 1963, a moving story and powerful illustrations combine to illuminate not only one of America’s most celebrated leaders,

Jan 18, 2018
Denmark by Murray, Julie, author. Denmark

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Jan 18, 2018
Craig & Fred - a Marine, a stray dog, and how they rescued each other by Grossi, Craig, author. Craig & Fred - a Marine, a stray dog, and how they rescued each other

A heartwarming story of a stray dog and a U.S. Marine who met under the unlikeliest circumstances in Afghanistan—and who changed each other’s lives forever. As part of an elite team of Marines, Craig Grossi was sent on his most dangerous assignment to the Sangin District of Afghanistan. He expected to face harsh conditions and violence from Taliban fighters. What he didn’t expect was to meet a stray dog, with a big goofy head and little legs—a dog all on his own, filthy and covered in bugs, in a

Jan 18, 2018
City fish, country fish by Cerullo, Mary M., author. City fish, country fish

Compares the fishes from the tropical seas to those in the cold ocean.

Jan 18, 2018
Can I touch your hair? - poems of race, mistakes, and friendship by Latham, Irene, author. Can I touch your hair? - poems of race, mistakes, and friendship

Irene Latham, who is white, and Charles Waters, who is black, present paired poems about topics including family dinners, sports, recess, and much more. This relatable collection explores different experiences of race in America.

Jan 18, 2018
The big book of treasures - the most amazing discoveries ever made and still to be made by Honigstein, Raphael, author. The big book of treasures - the most amazing discoveries ever made and still to be made

Embark on an adventure with world-famous treasure hunters and learn more about gold lost at the bottom of the sea, even a stolen football trophy. The Big Book of Treasures tells the stories of famous treasure hunters from past centuries; from the lost Aztec treasure of La Noche Triste to the recovered gold coins and bars of the SS Central America to the Padmanabhaswamy temple treasure found in India to the exploits of The Sass Brothers, adventure undoubtedly awaits. The Big Book of Treasures del

Jan 18, 2018
Be a king - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream and you by Weatherford, Carole Boston, 1956- author. Be a king - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream and you

"You can be a King. Stamp out hatred. Put your foot down and walk tall. You can be a King. Beat the drum for justice. March to your own conscience. Featuring a dual narrative of the key moments of Dr. King's life alongside a modern class as the students learn about him, Carole Weatherfor's poetic text encapsulates the moments that readers today can reenact in their own lives. See a class of young students as they begin a school project inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and learn to follow h

Jan 18, 2018
Ants by Perish, Patrick, author. Ants

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Jan 18, 2018
13 1/2 incredible things you need to know about everything. by 13 1/2 incredible things you need to know about everything.

"This myth-busting visual encyclopedia will amaze kids with 13 things they need to know about every topic they love and one "half fact" that dispels a common misconception or half-truth. Extraordinary images and irresistible fact snippets on each topic spread--from space to gemstones to the food we eat--make learning fun, but it's the "13 1/2" fact that kids will be most eager to know. Does cracking your knuckles really cause arthritis? Do ligers really exist? Are scorpions really deadly to huma

Jan 18, 2018
Winter by Brundle, Harriet, author. Winter

The weather might be frightful, but there are many amazing things about the winter season! Readers will marvel at stunning photographs of winter wonderlands, from evergreen forests to penguin paradises. Fun winter activities, like building snowmen, celebrating Christmas, and throwing snowballs will get readers excited for winter. A helpful calendar teaches readers which months occur in winter. Readers will learn important facts about the snowy season, including what clothes we wear to stay warm,

Jan 20, 2018
Summer by Brundle, Harriet, author. Summer

Sunshine plus vacation makes the summer equation fun! Readers will get excited for the warm weather with this beautiful introduction to the summer season. They ll learn key facts about this time of year, such as how we protect ourselves from the sun and how summer affects plants and animals. A helpful calendar teaches readers which months occur in summertime. Vibrant photographs of flourishing nature and fun summer activities, such as swimming and having picnics, will entice even reluctant reade

Jan 20, 2018
Sports for all - the impact of Title IX by Schwartz, Heather E., author. Sports for all - the impact of Title IX

Girls have always enjoyed playing sports. But before Title IX, they did not always get the chance to play on school sports teams. Passed in 1972, the new law required that schools provide girls with equal opportunities to play sports. This nonfiction book explores the history and impact of Title IX, and engages students in reading as they build their comprehension, vocabulary, and literacy skills. Important text features include a glossary, index, and table of contents. The Reader's Guide and cu

Jan 20, 2018
Shaking things up - 14 young women who changed the world by Hood, Susan, 1954- author. Shaking things up - 14 young women who changed the world

Jan 20, 2018
Fall by Brundle, Harriet, author. Fall

Red, orange, yellow, and brown fall is a season of beautiful colors! Spectacular nature photographs capture the beauty of this time of year and draw in even reluctant readers. They ll marvel at changing trees, ripe pumpkins, and fun fall activities. A handy calendar shows readers the months of the year that correspond with fall. Readers will also learn key features of the season, from the foods we harvest to the clothes we wear to keep warm and dry in fall s rainy weather. They ll learn about so

Jan 20, 2018
Chemical catastrophes by Haynes, Danielle. Chemical catastrophes

DDT, Agent Orange, and asbestos are just some of the many frightening examples used in this book to illustrate how people s disastrous decisions impact human life. Along with compelling main text and arresting historical photographs, sidebars of harrowing statistics help readers understand the scope of the damage more fully. Each spread also includes a fact box that tells the lasting effects of each disaster and chronicles the legal changes made and not made in the wake of these events. This boo

Jan 20, 2018
Between the lines - how Ernie Barnes went from the football field to the art gallery by Wallace, Sandra Neil, author. Between the lines - how Ernie Barnes went from the football field to the art gallery

Discover the true story of NFL star Ernie Barnes a boy who followed his dreams and became one of the most influential artists of his generation with this beautifully illustrated nonfiction picture book.

Jan 20, 2018
Stone soup Annual 2017 - A year of the magazine by and for creative young people by Stone soup Annual 2017 - A year of the magazine by and for creative young people

The Stone Soup Annual brings together the complete versions of every issue of the magazine in 2017, in one publication. In addition to the year's eight edited collections of poetry, stories, art and reviews, the Annual includes bonus materials--blog posts, music and contests--from the year on the website, stonesoup.com. A tremendous body of work by young authors and artists.

Jan 23, 2018
Ocean food chains by Royston, Angela, 1945- author. Ocean food chains

"This book explores the food chains and webs that exist in an ocean habitat. It equips readers with crucial vocabulary, using examples from that habitat to explain the roles of producers, consumers and decomposers, and illustrates how living things depend upon each other. Readers learn how fragile food chains can be, how they can be broken, and what we can do to prevent this."--

Jan 23, 2018
Meet 52 black heroes from past and present - young, gifted and black by Wilson, Jamia, author. Meet 52 black heroes from past and present - young, gifted and black

This book brings together 52 iconic talents from the past and present and celebrates their inspirational achievements. Meet figureheads, leaders and pioneers such as Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela and Rosa Parks, as well as cultural trailblazers and sporting heroes, including Stevie Wonder, Oprah Winfrey and Serena Williams.

Jan 23, 2018
Is This Guy for Real? - The Unbelievable Andy Kaufman by Brown, Box Is This Guy for Real? - The Unbelievable Andy Kaufman

Jan 23, 2018
Healing days - a guide for kids who have experienced trauma by Straus, Susan Farber, author. Healing days - a guide for kids who have experienced trauma

Healing Days is a book designed to be used in therapy for young children and functions as an excellent resource for those who have experienced physical or sexual abuse, or other trauma. Readers will follow four children as they learn ways to cope with their own trauma. Sensitive, empowering, and beautifully illustrated, the book models therapeutic coping responses and provides children with tools they may use to deal with their own trauma. A Dear Reader introduction is included for the child rea

Jan 23, 2018
George Washington and the American presidency by Regan, Michael, author. George Washington and the American presidency

Introduces readers to the foundations of the creation of the United States of America. Accessible text help readers to focus on the office of the president and the president.

Jan 23, 2018
Fat head kids - stuff about diet and health I wish I knew when I was your age by Naughton, Tom, author. Fat head kids - stuff about diet and health I wish I knew when I was your age

No, we’re not telling kids their heads are fat. In his humorous documentary Fat Head, filmmaker Tom Naughton demonstrated that much of the official advice about healthy eating is wrong – so wrong that it’s created a record number of kids who are overweight, can’t concentrate in school, and have health problems kids should never experience. Many fans of the film (who call themselves “fat heads”) have shared the same thought with Naughton: I’m glad I finally lost weight and got healthy. But I wis

Jan 23, 2018
Coding with Sphero by Matteson, Adrienne, author. Coding with Sphero

"Learn how to program Sphero robots to complete a variety of fun activities."--

Jan 23, 2018
Building squishy circuits by Thomas, AnnMarie P., author. Building squishy circuits

Through simple text written to foster creativity and problem solving, students will learn about building squishy circuits.

Jan 23, 2018
The Buddha's apprentice at bedtime - tales of compassion and kindness for you to read with your child, to delight and inspire by Nagaraja, Dharmachari, author. The Buddha's apprentice at bedtime - tales of compassion and kindness for you to read with your child, to delight and inspire

Based on the ancient Jataka Tales, this collection is designed for you to share with your children at bedtime. Each story focuses on a message of the Eightfold Noble Path, the key set of Buddhist principles to guide behavior. By sharing the stories, you will reinforce key ideas such as making a commitment to self-improvement, developing and strengthening the depth of our concentration, and behaving with compassion.

Jan 23, 2018