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2013 Boston Marathon by Williams, Heather, 1974- author. 2013 Boston Marathon

Oct 18, 2018
21st century bridges by Furgang, Kathy, author. 21st century bridges

"One of the most important things about living in today's modern world is the ability to travel. Bridges are one of the most important aspects of our modern transportation system. Since the beginning of civilizations, simple bridges have been used to get people over rivers, across valleys, and even across mountains. Today, technology allows engineers to design the most amazing architectural marvels in the world. This resource explores the fascinating history of bridge building and focuses on the

Oct 17, 2018
21st Century Tunnels by Blankenship, Leeann 21st Century Tunnels

Oct 18, 2018
21st-century airplanes by Idzikowski, Lisa, author. 21st-century airplanes

"This title spotlights aircraft building projects for the next century and beyond, highlighting the need for sustainable, safe construction--and the indispensable element of engineering mastery and skill. Anchored in the growing STEM field, this volume will contrast the feats of the past and the present--including the materials, builders, and creative problem-solvers behind them--to champion engineering masterpieces being built today and planned for tomorrow."--

Oct 17, 2018
A day in a forested wetland by Kurtz, Kevin, author. A day in a forested wetland

"Come along on a journey through the aquatic habitat of a forested wetland. Meet birds and bobcats, along with the beavers and beetles that call the soggy forest home. Kevin Kurtz continues his award-winning "A Day In" series, and once again delights readers with a rhythmic, nonfiction look into a typical day for the animals that live in this wet habitat."--

Oct 18, 2018
A day in the deep by Kurtz, Kevin. A day in the deep

"Travel deep into the ocean way below the surface and you'll encounter some creatures you never knew existed! This book takes you on a journey through the dark depths of the sea towards the ocean floor. Most ecosystems need sunlight, but deep in the ocean where the sun doesn't shine animals have adapted some very interesting ways to see, protect themselves, and eat. Discover the unique habitats, adaptations, and food chains of these deep-sea creatures"--Amazon.com.

Oct 18, 2018
A fearless leader - a Bible story about Deborah by Weaver, Rachel Spier, author. A fearless leader - a Bible story about Deborah

Oct 16, 2018
A first book of the sea by Davies, Nicola, 1958- author. A first book of the sea

Ours is a blue planet. The oceans cover more than two-thirds of its surface and constantly calls to us to play, explore, and dream. Our fascination with the sea is as endless as our means of enjoying it -- whether building sand castles, navigating by the stars, or observing strange and beautiful marine creatures. In a volume brimming with information, Nicola Davies and Emily Sutton capture the magic and majesty of the ocean with stunning words and pictures. Poems about manta rays, flying fish, a

Oct 16, 2018
A frog's life cycle by Dunn, Mary R, author. A frog's life cycle

Oct 19, 2018
A history of pictures for children - from cave paintings to computer drawings by Hockney, David, author. A history of pictures for children - from cave paintings to computer drawings

"A History of Pictures takes young readers on an adventure through art history. From cave paintings to video games, this book shows how and why pictures have been made, linking art to the human experience. Hockney and Gayford explain each piece of art in the book, helping young minds to grasp difficult concepts. The book tracks the many twists and turns toward artistic invention, allowing readers to fully appreciate how and why art has changed and includes an illustrated timeline of inventions.

Oct 16, 2018
A journey with Francisco Vázquez de Coronado by Kallen, Stuart A., 1955- author. A journey with Francisco Vázquez de Coronado

Oct 19, 2018
A Pandemonium of Parrots and Other Animals by Skipp, Hui (ILT) A Pandemonium of Parrots and Other Animals

Oct 19, 2018
Absolutely Everything! - A History of Earth, Dinosaurs, Rulers, Robots and Other Things Too Numerous to Mention by Lloyd, Christopher/ Forshaw, Andy (ILT) Absolutely Everything! - A History of Earth, Dinosaurs, Rulers, Robots and Other Things Too Numerous to Mention

Oct 19, 2018
Ada Lovelace by Sánchez Vegara, Ma Isabel (María Isabel), author. Ada Lovelace

Presents information about Ada Lovelace, from her childhood in England and her studies in mathematics to her development of the first computer programming language.

Oct 18, 2018
All about Anne by Metselaar, Menno, author. All about Anne

"Anne Frank's life story is told by answering the most frequently asked questions posed by young people visiting the Anne Frank House Museum in Amsterdam. Text, detailed photographs and beautiful illustrations combine to give the fullest picture of Anne's life, her diary and the Secret Annex. The book provides both an overview of the history of World War II and the Holocaust as well as intimate insights into the life of Anne Frank."--

Oct 17, 2018
Amazing makerspace DIY slippery slime by Crane, Cody, author. Amazing makerspace DIY slippery slime

"Shows the reader how to make slippery slime."--

Oct 18, 2018
Amazing migrations / Caribou! Elephants! Penguins! by Herrington, Lisa M, author. Amazing migrations / Caribou! Elephants! Penguins!

Oct 18, 2018
Amelia Earhart by Thomas, Isabel, 1979- author. Amelia Earhart

Presents an overview of the life and accomplishments of Amelia Earhart, describing her trailblazing nature and lasting influence.

Oct 16, 2018
American Indian Rights Movement by Braun, Eric American Indian Rights Movement

Oct 18, 2018
An illustrated treasury of Scottish folk and fairy tales by Breslin, Theresa, author. An illustrated treasury of Scottish folk and fairy tales

Amazon.com.

Oct 16, 2018

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