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Presidential elections and other cool facts / Understanding How Our Country Picks Its President

"Presidential Elections and Other Cool Facts is an easy-to-read guide that explains the step-by-step process of how a president gets elected in the United States. It uses simple language to answer complex questions like: Who can run? Who can vote? What isthe electoral college? and is packed with fascinating facts about previous presidents, notable candidates, and remarkable elections in history. Includes sections like: The Rules for Electing the President Why Is There Electoral College? Third-Pa

The new space encyclopedia

Filled with out-of-this-world facts and a galactic gallery of photographs, this guide to the farthest reaches of space invites readers to explore the universe and learn about the solar system, the search for extra-terrestrial life, super massive black holes and more.

Mysterious, marvelous octopus

"This playful picture book introduces young readers to the fascinating world of octopuses big and small, ink-squirting and shape-shifting, all around the planet. With their super smarts and awe-inspiring abilities, octopuses have captivated human imaginations. This book is a celebration of all things weird and wonderful about these beloved creatures--with their eight arms, nine brains, and one-of-a-kind personalities. Inside, find lyrical poetry paired with informational sidebars--perfect for a

My book of the elements / A Fact-Filled Guide to the Periodic Table

"Covering all the elements, from the unreactive to the radioactive, as well as key science topics, such as states of matter, this visual book is something that every young science enthusiast will want to own. Eye-catching images are featured alongside friendly illustrations, giving children plenty to take in and enjoy"--

Mummies unwrapped - discover the world of ancient Egypyian mummies

Find out the answers to many interesting questions about mummies in this detailed guide to the mummification process practiced by the ancient Egyptians. Includes glossary.

A kids book about Juneteenth

"Our history echoes with events which, over time, have become hidden, yet are important to all of us. Juneteenth is a celebration which recognizes the end of the enslavement of Black people in America. This book opens a door to understanding our history and celebrating our future--together"--

A kids book about confidence

This must-have book teaches children all about confidence and self-esteem, showing them how to build their confidence little by little to achieve their dreams.

A kids book about being nonbinary

"This is a kids book about non-binary identities. But what does being non-binary mean? For some people, the question and its answer may be new or a little confusing. It's okay to not know what it means! That's where all good conversations start. The journey to understanding starts with an open mind and an open heart"--


Young horse enthusiasts can gallop through the pages of this fact-filled book that covers the biology, behavior and different breeds of this majestic animal and chronicles the long history horses and humans have shared.

A kids book about being inclusive

"This is a kids book about being inclusive. Being inclusive is a choice we can make every day! What does it mean to be inclusive? It means reaching out to and welcoming all people and everything that makes them who they are. This book is an introduction to inclusivity, and helps to start discussions about the topic with kids aged 5-9. When we learn to see the beauty in our differences, we can embrace the rich, diverse, and amazing world we live in together!"--

A kids book about - being transgender

"This is a kids book about transgender. People often ask, what does it mean to be transgender? The truth is there isn't one answer. Gender is uniquely beautiful, and each person's experience is individual to them. But at its core, it's all about knowing who you are and having the courage, freedom, and support to live life being your truest self. This book is an introduction for people who want to explore what it means to be transgender, and helps to start discussions about trans identities with

The incredible octopus - meet the eight-armed wonder of the sea

"The Incredible Octopus combines amazing photos with in-depth facts to get kids aged 7 and up excited about octopuses and the underwater world in which they live. Readers are introduced to the fascinating biology of the octopus, from its 3 hearts and 9 brains to suction cups and how they work, and learn all about what it's like to be an octopus!"--

I am an artist

"Geared to children ages 4 to 8, but with appeal for all ages, this colorful and playful book asks: Who are artists? Why do they make art? What materials do they use? What tools do they work with? What forms do their artworks take? Structured around a tour of an artists' studio complex, the book introduces readers to street artists, ceramicists, conceptual artists, textile artists, photographers, glassblowers, and more! The artists share their working spaces and their techniques while explaining

How to survive in the age of pirates - a handy guide to swashbuckling adventures, avoiding deadly diseases, and escaping ruthless renegades of the high seas

"Set sail into this imaginative series from National Geographic Kids that gives young readers all the know-how they need to survive any time period"--

Eat your woolly mammoths! - two million years of the world's most amazing food facts, from the Stone Age to the future

"Recipes and descriptions of some of the unusual and inventive foods humans have eaten throughout the ages"--

Birds by Donohue, Moira Rose, author.
Date added:
Jun 13, 2024

"This delightful little nature guide for young children is all about discovering the wonderful world of birds swooping, soaring, fluttering, and flying around your neighborhood and beyond"--