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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"--

 

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