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What Is the World Cup? by Bader, Bonnie/ Marchesi, Stephen (ILT) What Is the World Cup?

Feb 19, 2018
We're going to be friends by White, Jack, 1975- author. We're going to be friends

In this song by the lead singer and guitarist of The White Stripes, a girl and boy become friends at the beginning of the school year and engage in activities in and out of school.

Feb 19, 2018
Washington, D.C. - our nation's capital from A-Z by Schroeder, Alan, author. Washington, D.C. - our nation's capital from A-Z

Feb 19, 2018
Walking in the City With Jane - A Story of Jane Jacobs by Hughes, Susan/ Boivin, Valřie (ILT) Walking in the City With Jane - A Story of Jane Jacobs

Feb 19, 2018
Vietnam by Murray, Julie, author. Vietnam

Introduces Vietnam, describing its history, geography, cities, food, animals, religion, occupations, and system of government.

Feb 19, 2018
Venezuela by Murray, Julie, author. Venezuela

Introduces Venezuela, describing its history, geography, cities, food, animals, religion, occupations, and system of government.

Feb 19, 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.

Feb 19, 2018
Star wars. Star pilot by Buller, Laura. Star wars. Star pilot

Describes the space vehicles and the pilots who use them in the Star Wars galaxy.

Feb 19, 2018
The spy who played baseball by Jones, Carrie, 1971- author. The spy who played baseball

Feb 19, 2018
Spring by Brundle, Harriet, author. Spring

From April showers to May flowers, this book introduces readers to everything spring! Simple, age-appropriate language encourages early readers, and gorgeous full-color photographs and a playful design will transfix even reluctant readers. They'll relate to fun spring activities, such as Easter egg hunts and playing in the rain. Readers will also learn about baby animals, foods that grow in spring, and the clothes and accessories we need to stay warm and dry in this rainy season! A helpful calen

Feb 19, 2018
Soccer record breakers - goal scorers! trophy winners! soccer legends! by Gifford, Clive, author. Soccer record breakers - goal scorers! trophy winners! soccer legends!

Looks at statistics for professional club and international soccer from around the world, looking at the most distinguished clubs and players from a broad sampling of leagues, as well as facts and figures from the FIFA World Cup.

Feb 19, 2018
The skin I'm in - a first look at racism by Thomas, Pat, 1959- author. The skin I'm in - a first look at racism

A simple explanation of racism, its basic causes, and the ways in which it can lead to unfair practices.

Feb 19, 2018
She Persisted Around the World - 13 Women Who Changed History by Clinton, Chelsea/ Boiger, Alexandra (ILT) She Persisted Around the World - 13 Women Who Changed History

Feb 19, 2018
Ramadan - The Holy Month of Fasting by Khan, Ausma Zehanat Ramadan - The Holy Month of Fasting

Feb 19, 2018
Programming games and animation by Lyons, Heather (Heather K.), author. Programming games and animation

"Colorful graphics and simple text work together in this book to encourage readers to create their own computer games. From story to code to animation, readers will discover the creativity and technology that goes into their favorite games."--

Feb 19, 2018
Programming awesome apps by Lyons, Heather (Heather K.), author. Programming awesome apps

"With simple text, vibrant imagery, and fun activities, this book teaches young readers how to program their own apps. With a focus on problem-solving and helping one another, this book is a great introduction to important coding concepts."--

Feb 19, 2018
Pride - the story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag by Sanders, Rob, 1958- author. Pride - the story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag

Feb 19, 2018
Paris city trails by Greathead, Helen, author. Paris city trails

"Here's a book about Paris that's seriously streetwise! Let Marco and Amelia, our Lonely Planet explorers, take you off the tourist trail and guide you on a journey through Paris you'll never forget. This book is perfect for anyone who has been to Paris, plans to go there or is just interested in finding out more about this amazing city! Discover Paris's best-kept secrets, amazing stories and loads of other cool stuff from the comfort of your own home, or while out and about in the city. Find ou

Feb 19, 2018
Olympic National Park by Wallace, Audra, author. Olympic National Park

Feb 19, 2018
Octopuses by Riggs, Kate, author. Octopuses

Simple text and colorful pictures introduce octopuses, describing their physical characteristics and behavior.

Feb 19, 2018

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