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Who is Bad Bunny?

"Bad Bunny, born Benito Antonio Marti´nez Ocasio, is one of today's most popular artists. He made his start posting his music on SoundCloud, and in 2016, his song "Diles" got him signed to a major record label. Since then, Bad Bunny has performed at Coachella and collaborated with superstars like Cardi B, J Balvin, and Drake. Breaking language barriers, Bad Bunny is now one of the top streamed artists internationally on Spotify. Bad Bunny is just getting started with his music takeover, having w

The magical science of feelings / Train Your Amazing Brain to Quiet Anger, Soothe Sadness, Calm Worry, and Share Joy

"Clinical social worker Jen Daily helps kids understand the science behind feelings, taking them on a lively tour of the brain to see where anger, anxiety, sadness, and joy start, and offering activities for calming emotions"--

Lessons from our ancestors / Uncovering Ancient World Wisdom

"Rediscover the ancient world as you've never seen it before and meet: The women and children who painted the world's oldest-known cave art Black pharaohs, forgotten from Ancient Egypt's history; the Indus civilization who built a sustainable city; femalewarriors who led battles in Ancient China; workers who migrated to Machu Picchu; peaceful Viking traders; the African engineers behind Great Zimbabwe; Indigenous peoples of North America who built cosmopolitan cities and lived in harmony with na

Leopard by Julie/ Lavender, David
Date added:
Jun 20, 2024

I am Jesse Owens

"A biography of the Olympic medal-winning track and field hero Jesse Owens"--

How my vote counts - what does it mean to be a citizen

"Explore what it means to be a citizen of the United States while learning how history has shaped our modern lives and values"--

Franklin's trees

""All that is within me cries out to go back to my home on The Hudson River," President Franklin Roosevelt once declared. For it was at his home in Hyde Park, New York that FDR could indulge in his favorite avocation-"tree farmer." This book introduces children to FDR's love of nature through a lifetime in which he oversaw the planting of over a million trees on his estate. It tells of a childhood hiking the trails through his forest, later widening those trails into roads after polio deprived h

Fire escape - how animals and plants survive wildfires

"A timely middle grade book exploring the incredible ways animals detect, respond, and adapt to wildfires, as well as how climate change is affecting the frequency and severity of these devastating events in nature"--

Else B. in the sea - the woman who painted the wonders of the deep

"Else Bostelmann donned a red swimsuit and a copper diving helmet and, with paints and brushes in hand, descended into the choppy turquoise sea off the coast of Bermuda. It was 1930, and few had ventured deep into the sea before. She discovered a fairyland six fathoms below the surface-fantastic coral castles, glittering sunbeams, swaying sea plumes, and schools of fish. Deep under the water, Else painted these never-before-seen deep-sea creatures. Back on land, Else worked with world-renowned s