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The Fantastic Body - What Makes You Tick & How You Get Sick by Bennett, Howard The Fantastic Body - What Makes You Tick & How You Get Sick

Nov 15, 2017
The FBI by Larson, Kirsten W, author. The FBI

"This photo-illustrated book describes the life of an FBI officer, including their work capturing terrorists, enforcing federal laws, and investigating crimes. Describes real-life cases and what it takes to get a job in the Federal Bureau of Investigation"--

Nov 18, 2017
The girl's body book by Dunham, Kelli S., author. The girl's body book

Discusses the physical and emotional transitions that girls undergo during puberty, including growth spurts, sexual development, peer pressure, dating, and new relationships within the family.

Nov 18, 2017
The golden girls of Rio by Smith, Nikkolas, author. The golden girls of Rio

Celebrates some of the American female Olympic gold medalists from the 2016 Summer Olympics, including gymnasts Simone Biles and Laurie Hernandez, swimmers Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel, and shot put champion Michelle Carter.

Nov 18, 2017
The Great Barrier Reef research journal by Hyde, Natalie, 1963- author. The Great Barrier Reef research journal

Nov 18, 2017
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Herrington, Lisa M., author. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Young readers will love exploring the misty mountaintops that can be found in Great Smokey Mountains National Park. They'll also enjoy discovering the park's plants, animals, and other landforms--all in the pages of this fun and fascinating book.

Nov 20, 2017
The kids' family tree book by Leavitt, Caroline, author. The kids' family tree book

"Dig deep into your family history with the updated edition of this guide! Who are my ancestors? What nationalities were they? What work did they do? Kids have questions about their family history; they want more stories, more details, more facts. With these research ideas and creative projects, would-be genealogists can get the knowledge. Find out how to gather ancestry information on the Internet, interview family members, reach relatives through social media, check the National Archives for p

Nov 15, 2017
The North Pole by Bluthenthal, Todd, author. The North Pole

Many young readers think of the North Pole as the place where Santa Claus lives with his wife, reindeer, and elves. The North Pole presents the geography and science of this polar region to young readers in an age-appropriate way. The clear language and easy-to-read, colorful maps and photographs of the North Pole will engage and expand any young reader s grasp on the concepts of continents, climate, Earth s rotation, and more! The fascinating history of the remarkable explorers of this frigid l

Nov 18, 2017
The Oregon Trail - the journey across the country from Lewis and Clark to the Transcontinental railroad by Gibson, Karen Bush, author. The Oregon Trail - the journey across the country from Lewis and Clark to the Transcontinental railroad

"Westward ho! If you travel across certain parts of the United States, you can still see wagon wheel ruts where people crossed the west in search of more opportunity and better lives more than 200 years ago! The Oregon Trail: The Journey Across the Country from Lewis and Clark to the Transcontinental Railroad offers readers ages 9 to 12 a fascinating look at the explorers and settlers who traveled this route during the westward expansion of the United States."--Back cover.

Nov 20, 2017
The Paladin's handbook - official guidebook of Voltron legendary defender by Cregg, R. J., author. The Paladin's handbook - official guidebook of Voltron legendary defender

Provided by amazon.com.

Nov 17, 2017
The science behind wonders of the Earth - cave crystals, balancing rocks, and snow donuts by Leavitt, Amie Jane, author. The science behind wonders of the Earth - cave crystals, balancing rocks, and snow donuts

Provides scientific explanations of natural phenomena on Earth.

Nov 15, 2017
The science behind wonders of the sky - auroras, moonbows, and St. Elmo's fire by Morey, Allan, author. The science behind wonders of the sky - auroras, moonbows, and St. Elmo's fire

Provides scientific explanations of natural phenomena in the sky.

Nov 15, 2017
The science behind wonders of the sun - sun dogs, lunar eclipses, and green flash by Garbe, Suzanne, author. The science behind wonders of the sun - sun dogs, lunar eclipses, and green flash

Provides scientific explanations of natural phenomena caused by the Sun.

Nov 15, 2017
The science behind wonders of the water - exploding lakes, ice circles, and brinicles by Garbe, Suzanne, author. The science behind wonders of the water - exploding lakes, ice circles, and brinicles

Provides scientific explanations of natural phenomena in the water.

Nov 15, 2017
The science of acne and warts - the itchy truth about skin by Woolf, Alex, 1964- author. The science of acne and warts - the itchy truth about skin

Your skin is your body's coat. It covers everything inside you. Muscles, bones, blood, organs--your skin keeps it all in place. It also keeps bad stuff out, like germs. This beguiling guide to skin, the largest organ in the human body, explores everything from how it protects us to how it can itch and irritate us, and delves into why skin is such a integral part of our identity.

Nov 20, 2017
The science of dinosaurs by Hulick, Kathryn. The science of dinosaurs

Explains the scientific background to dinosaurs, including their environment, giant dinosaurs, prehistoric flying reptiles, fighting, hunting, and the circumstances leading to their extinction.

Nov 15, 2017
The science of movies by McCarthy, Cecilia Pinto, author. The science of movies

Explains the scientific background to films and filmmaking, including how moving images are recorded, soundtracks, special effects, and animation.

Nov 15, 2017
The science of superheroes by Hutchison, Patricia, author. The science of superheroes

"Superhero stories may be fictional, but many are based in scientific principles. The Science of Superheroes examines the science that comic book and movie-script writers build upon when creating their most fantastic stories"--Publisher's website.

Nov 15, 2017
The science of survival by Naber, Therese, author. The science of survival

"The Science of Survival explores the amazing adaptations animals and humans have developed in order to survive in some of the harshest circumstances on Earth and beyond."--

Nov 15, 2017
The Soviet night witches - brave women bomber pilots of World War II by Dell, Pamela, author. The Soviet night witches - brave women bomber pilots of World War II

The Soviet Night Witches flew over 30,000 missions in planes made of almost nothing more than plywood and canvas. Learn more about the origin of the Night Witches and the amazing women who flew these missions and were indispensable to the war effort in WWII.

Nov 17, 2017

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