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All the rocks we love

"Children love rocks. Rocks appear in jacket pockets, on windowsills, in the car, in their hiding places, and most often, in their little grips. Rocks are universal--they can be found in all climates, countries, and communities--making themselves available to anyone who craves the tactile pleasure of holding a perfectly sized, unfragile, unowned object. They can be collected, compared, stacked, plunked into water, painted, and shared. This book is an appreciation of their versatility and appeal,

 
Who is Lionel Messi?

"Lionel Messi loved soccer from an early age, often playing with his family members with encouragement from his grandmother. Now, he is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time! He is also one of the most decorated footballers in the world--having won 44 collective trophies, including seven Ballon d'Or awards, 2009 FIFA World Player of the Year, 2019 and 2022 Best FIFA Men's Player, and more. From making his first team debut at just sixteen years old in 2003, to breaking numerous long

 
 
Sleepy - surprising ways animals snooze

"Across the animal kingdom, there are a whole lot of ways animals snooze. Different species have their own fascinating sleep patterns and habits"--

 
The maps book

Packed with astounding maps from ancient times to the present, fascinating facts and amazing historic photographs, this ultimate guide to the full breadth of maps in existence shows kids not only how to read maps and symbols but how to create their own.

 
She sells seashells - Mary Anning, an unlikely paleontologist

"In the early 1800s, Mary Anning was a young girl who collected fossils and shells on the seaside cliffs by her home; and even though she was a most unlikely scientist, Mary eventually made significant fossilized discoveries that paved the way for the development of the field of paleontology"--

 
A rainbow inside my body - finding peace through yoga, breathing exercises, and the chakras

"In this colorful meditation written by experts on healthy living, young readers will learn yoga poses, breathing exercises, and more through the colorful rainbow inside them: the chakras. Also contains accessible information about the history of yoga andayurveda"--

 
Pickle words / Crunchy, Punchy Pickles and Poetry

"Rhyming poetry celebrates the pickling process and all things pickled, including cucumbers, cabbage, peppers, and more. The art tells the story of a diverse neighborhood that comes together to share family recipes and pickle poetry. Back matter includesa recipe, scientific information, and a visual glossary of pickles from around the world"--

 
Kindred spirits - shilombish ittibachvffa

"Ireland, Choctaw Nation, Navajo Nation, and Hopi Nation: linked forever through generosity and care over almost two centuries from the Potato Famine to the Covid pandemic"--

 
A kids book about public speaking

"This is a kid's book about public speaking. It helps the kid in your life confidently grow in their speaking and presenting skills, encouraging critical thinking and problem-solving to excel in life's big and small conversations. With expert advice fromTEDx Portland contributors, A Kids Book About Public Speaking enables kids to speak effectively and embrace public discourse, boosting their confidence and self-esteem, and excelling at sharing their ideas"--

 
A kids book about climate change

This empowering book will help children better understand the climate crisis by explaining the current state of our planet and how it got there - and give them hope to fight for their future.

 
A kids book about beauty

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