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Count on Us!

Count on Us!

Learn how a movement builds from one person to a billion in this A to Z environmental activism book. Readers count from 1 to 10 – and then in larger increments to a billion – as they learn new terms from “conservation” to “activism.” Inset boxes provide easy-to-understand definitions of additional new vocabulary words.

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My Teacher is the Best

My Teacher is the Best

Children can celebrate the special teacher in their life with this collection of short poems -- one to a page -- that sings the praises of the excellent educator they know and love. From their kindness working with their students to their ability to make the most complicated of topics make sense, this is the perfect gift book for any teacher, written by the author of the bestselling Here I Come! series, D. J. Steinberg.

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Little Poems for Tiny Ears

Little Poems for Tiny Ears

The dynamic, best-selling team of Lin Oliver and Tomie dePaola have created a charming collection of baby poems that makes the perfect gift for baby showers and first birthdays.

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Design A Game

Design A Game

Siblings Shen, Shondra, and Shontoya arrive at Ludum Omega Summer Camp with a passion for games, and Professor Zephyr is excited to teach this year’s students all about the art and science of game design! What makes a game fun? What kinds of games are out there? How can designers turn an okay game into a great one?

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Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

Just in time for its centennial, Robert Frost's cherished poem is showcased in a beautiful keepsake edition illustrated by the award-winning P.J. Lynch.

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Lion Lights

Lion Lights

Richard Turere’s own story: Richard grew up in Kenya as a Maasai boy, herding his family’s cattle, which represented their wealth and livelihood. Richard’s challenge was to protect their cattle from the lions who prowled the night just outside the barrier of acacia branches that surrounded the farm’s boma, or stockade. Though not well-educated, 12-year-old Richard loved tinkering with electronics. Using salvaged components, spending $10, he surrounded the boma with blinking lights, and the system works; it keeps lions away. His invention, Lion Lights, is now used in Africa, Asia, and South America to protect farm animals from predators.  color throughout

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The Real Dada Mother Goose

The Real Dada Mother Goose

The classic nursery rhymes we know and love—upside-down, backward, in gibberish, and fresh out of bounds—as only Jon Scieszka could stage them

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Hiders Seekers Finders Keepers

Hiders Seekers Finders Keepers

A poetic and informative exploration of the many ways animals face the challenges of winter.

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Crickets

Crickets

It’s dusk during the summer and the backyard seems quiet―but not if there are crickets around! These jumping, noisy bugs might be a familiar sight to curious bug explorers, and this engaging book can bring crickets even closer through beautiful full-color photographs and accessible content. Including facts about the cricket life cycle, what they eat, where they are found, and what predators hunt them, this volume keeps young readers in mind with simple language and clearly labeled diagrams and photographs.

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Dragonflies

Dragonflies

Did you know that dragonflies live near water? Baby dragonflies live under the water. Young readers will discover these facts and more in Dragonflies, an Everything About Bugs book.

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