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  • NOTES FROM A DEAD PLANET: Please Prove Me Wrong

    by Paul Brown
    The premise: life on Earth cannot survive human overpopulation, mass extinction, and climate chaos. Humans don't have what it takes to make the concerted and coordinated effort needed. The challenge: prove the author wrong. Read the true facts of ecological collapse, our inadequate response, drastic actions needed, and human obstacles, backed up by hundreds of hyperlinks.
  • Modern Farms

    by Jackie Nix

    Modern farms are pretty neat. They give us all enough to eat.

    This adorable, easy-to-read picture book introduces young children to farming and food production with accurate depictions of modern agriculture. Rhyming verse and bright, attention-getting illustrations teach about the many different types of farms that grow our favorite foods. This book is a must for every child who eats! 

  • What Goes Up Must Come Down

    by Helen Holder
    What goes up must come down, but when? In this light-hearted children's book, people and animals alike find themselves in strange situations where things go up, up, up... but don't come back down right away! A fish, a clown, a cabbage, and more, discover how these things defy gravity in the silliest ways! Suitable for ages 4 to 8 years.
  • Les opossums: tout et son contraire

    by Gina Gallois
    As-tu jamais eu l’impression que personne ne te comprend ? Tôt ou tard, il arrive à tout le monde de se dire : « Si seulement ils me connaissaient pour de vrai, ce serait différent. » Les opossums méritent absolument une nouvelle image. Depuis trop longtemps, on les traite de plongeurs de poubelle infestés de maladies, d’énormes rats qui fouillent dans les bennes, et pire encore ! Ces douces et aimables créatures sont, tout simplement, timides et introverties. Elles fuient le regard des au... more
  • Nuestras amigas las zarigüeyas

    by Gina Gallois
    ¿Alguna vez te has sentido incomprendido? Todos hemos estado en situaciones incómodas en las que hemos pensado, “si supieran cómo soy realmente, las cosas serían distintas”. Injustamente, las zarigüeyas se han ganado mala fama. ¡Las han llamado chatarreras, ratas repugnantes y otras cosas peores! ¡Se merecen un cambio de imagen! Estos animalitos dulces y encantadores solo son criaturas tímidas e introvertidas que evitan ser el centro de atención, y como ayudan a limpiar nuestro entorno, so... more
  • Opossum Opposites

    by Gina Gallois
    Opossums deserve a reputation makeover. They've been called dumpster divers, disease-ridden trash cats and worse! These shy, gentle nocturnal animals have been underappreciated and misunderstood long enough. The whole family will love the playful rhymes, sweet illustrations, and cool factoids while learning about opossums' importance in the environment we all call home. Each page features a short rhyming poem about opposites such as day & night or scary & afraid. Fun facts are clearly s... more
  • Once in a Full Moon

    by Carolinda Goodman
    Accompanied by richly colored illustrations, Once in a Full Moon tells in lively rhyme the stories behind the different names for the full moon that brightens the sky every month.
  • Dasha on the Trail

    by Gwynne Margaret Bruck
    Dasha on the Trail is a hike through Southern California’s rugged landscape as seen from eyes and snout of a lighthearted pup, Dasha. She sniffs out animals on the trail like mischievous ravens and her leash-free cousins, the coyotes. She longs for freedom but knows a tame dog might not know all the tricks of this untamed world.
  • Hearing & Seeing Chinese

    by Robin Lawrence
    Learn Mandarin characters with your baby through artistic visualizations. This high-contrast book is sure to catch your baby’s attention and help them start recognizing Chinese characters early!
  • Crush Math Anxiety With Drones

    by Jeanne Holmberg

    Crush Math Anxiety With Drones, Succeed In Math By Nurturing A Growth Mindset Through Drone Stories is a short read packed with information, inspiration, and drone whimsy. For many students facing the challenges of remote learning in grade 7 through grade 10, this book will lessen math anxiety, fill gaps in learning and retention, and promote math discourse. Cutting-edge research, inspiring messages, and exciting advances in drone technology are included. Mathematics is so ... more

  • Kelvin and the Age of the Universe

    by Yuri Heymann
    This booklet is a collection of texts from author in the realm of cosmology and quantum physics. A variety of themes are covered in the book, as the cosmic-distance duality, wave functions and particle-wave duality, the Roche sphere and Archimedean buoyancy as key principles underpinning cosmic transparency, the connection between Bohr model and Larmor formula, the ladder to the hypersphere as a sequence of space geometry, the connection between the cosmic horizon and Bohr radius, ring theory, e... more
  • What Would the Parrot Say?

    by Gail Koelln
    Wild parrots are in danger! It would help them if we remember to ask ourselves, “What would the parrot say?” This book will help you to understand why this is important and all about these beautiful birds. You will also discover some of the ways you and your friends can help wild parrots. Some of the money raised from selling this book will be used by One Earth Conservation to save endangered wild parrots.
  • A Guide to the Climate Apocalypse

    by Vítězslav Kremlík
    Public media is awash with the deteriorating state of our planet. Every new climate report shows a worse scenario than the one before, and the prophesized outcome is always the same—worldwide disaster. In A Guide to the Climate Apocalypse, Vítězslav Kremlík delivers a refreshing and objective analysis of the history and science behind climate change. Books about climate change frequently endorse a narrow, often malicious angle of total indoctrination or abject denial of the official story. Kr... more
  • About Spiritual Energy: Your Guide to Perpetual Joy

    by Walter Broach
    You are a spiritual being walking around in a physical body rather than a person with a soul. Think about it. It will give you a brand new viewpoint about life.
  • Love, Empathy, and Project Management

    by Rohit Romley
    Project Management isn't all about completing tasks and hoping for success. You can lead the best team in the world, yet still, fail because of a lack of communication. This is because you forget that Project Management also involves building a strong human connection with your team and the stakeholders. This book written by a seasoned project manager, Rohit Romley, covers not just the "What to do" but also the "How to do" of building that strong connection with your team both emotionally and... more
  • Chemical Engineering Made Simple: Process to Progress

    by Diana Tran
    Most items we use every day are the result of a chemical engineering process—from food and beverages, to deodorant and even toilet paper! This book introduces you to the How and Why behind chemical engineering processes, using objects and items you can find in your own home!

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