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  • From the Universe to You

    by Casey Harrison
    From the Universe to You combines nonfiction elements and family bonds to present a complex topic—the universe and our place in it—in a poetic manner intended to both inform and spur the imagination. In so doing, the story and colorful illustrations bring the reader from the largest scale to the smallest while describing the indispensable role of each element in between. The book concludes by focusing on the child, the movements and growth they share with the universe as a whole, and the special... more
  • K-9 & Deputy Heroes of the Laramie County Sheriff's Department

    by Karen Cotton
    Learn about Lyra, Parys, Ali, Ozzy and their Deputies who work hard to protect Laramie County in Wyoming. You'll discover their most heroic acts, like saving an Air Force base from a bomb to finding drugs, catching criminals with their teeth and working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation on certain cases. The book goes into detail about the training that the dogs and their handlers undergo. Learn about the equipment that they use and the countries that they're from.
  • My Scientist Friends

    by Ravin Singh
    My Scientist Friends is a collection of 10 rhymes that introduce scientists and the concepts they introduced to children aged 3-7. The rhymes are whimsical and the illustrations are meant to be captivating for young kids. The idea is to introduce children to the vocabulary of science from an early age and help to inspire a lifelong love of science. It has rhymes about Galileo, Newton, Einstein, Curie, and others.
  • The Adventures of Camellia N. The Arctic

    by Debra Wideroe
    Mom's Choice GOLD Recipient! 1st Place Winner of the Royal Dragonfly Award for Environmental/Green Book of the Year! THE ARCTIC Take a journey with pint-size explorer, Camellia N. as she sails off on her first exciting adventure to the northernmost part of the earth...the Arctic. Explore this enchanted region as Camellia meets many new friends and learns what makes the Arctic one of the most magical locations on our planet.
  • The Adventures of Camellia N. Under the Sea

    by Debra Wideroe

    Mom's Choice GOLD Recipient! Join a global adventure… Take a journey with pint-size explorer, Camellia N., as she awakens deep in the jungle guided by her newest furry friends and discovers why the rainforest is one of the most important and lush habitats on Planet Earth. Through The Adventures of Camellia N. book series, Camellia takes children on expeditions to all seven continents and under the sea where they learn about and gain an appreciation for the environment, wildlife, an... more

  • The Adventures of Camellia N. The Rainforest

    by Debra Wideroe

    Mom's Choice GOLD recipient!  Join a global adventure… Take a journey with pint-size explorer, Camellia N., as she awakens deep in the jungle guided by her newest furry friends and discovers why the rainforest is one of the most important and lush habitats on Planet Earth. Through The Adventures of Camellia N. book series, Camellia takes children on expeditions to all seven continents, under the sea and into space where they learn about and gain an appreciation for the environment, wildlife, ... more

  • Create Your Own Backyard Wildlife Habitat

    by Doris Dumrauf
    Award-winning wildlife photographer Doris Dumrauf points her camera on wildlife frequently found in North American back yards, including: a monarch butterfly, a cedar waxwing, a pileated woodpecker, a great horned owl, an Eastern chipmunk, and other amazing creatures. They all need food, water, shelter, and a place to raise the next generation. Told from the point of view of the wildlife, the educational text gives the reader insight into their personalities.
  • Cheap VPN Service

    by lime vpn
    The virtual private network is the service that helps internet users to enjoy increased levels of privacy and security when they go for an online business. Such connections are very attractive for homes as well as for office purposes. Most of the companies opt for the best VPN service so that the employees can access the office files from outside the office. Most of the internet users can visit any online website without any tension, as the more
  • Oscar: A Frogfish's Guide to the Aquarium

    by Rob Albanese
    Oscar is a lighthearted tour of the aquarium given by its resident frogfish. Children will enjoy the colorful illustrations as they learn about some classic aquarium residents while meeting other marine life they may have never heard of.
  • Disco Balls of the Universe

    by Imani Ariana Grant
    Disco Balls of the Universe is a fun way to learn about the eight planets in the solar system from a child's perspective. Imani and friends meet the planets at a party in outer space.
  • A Treatise on Solar Cookers

    by Ashok Kundapur
    The book has 12 chapters, covering history of solar cooking, parabolic, fresnel, plane mirrors, box, panel and funnel types of solar cookers. A chapter on solar cookers for commercial application. Full chapter on testing and reporting of solar cookers,. Ways to conserve and store solar heat, do-it-yourself projects and tips and finally and Epilogue including evolution of solar cookers, guidelines for further research. More details can be had from web page, https://www.solcooker.net/Treatis... more
  • Olivia Connects: A Guide to Modes of Communication

    by Melissa-Sue John
    Olivia Connects teaches children about different ways people communicate. Olivia Lauren and her friends discuss communication styles and explore ancient and contemporary modes of communication. Children will increase their vocabulary, grow in curiosity about communication devices, and enhance their understanding about communication abilities (blindness, speech impaired, hearing impaired, wheelchair bound, cerebral palsy). Recommended Age: 6 to 12
  • Olivia Lauren's Olivia Travels: A Guide to Modes of Transportation

    by Melissa-Sue John
    Olivia Travels is a fun story about Olivia and her family that teaches young children about different ways that people travel. Olivia takes her readers on a journey through her own experiences with transportation. Children will increase their vocabulary, be exposed to rhyme and rhythm, and learn about homonyms.
  • Paddy's Forest Trek

    by Patti Gill
    “Paddy’s Forest Trek” is an engaging and informative narrative nonfiction story about a young porcupine and his friend who spend a fun-filled day on a forest adventure, learning fascinating information about trees. The characters develop a genuine friendship as they pursue their quest. The question and answer format along with specific kid-friendly vocabulary is seamless to allow essential information to be delivered in a concise manner to enhance comprehension.
  • K.C. & Kayla's Science Corner: "Matter! What's the Matter?"

    by Carol Basdeo
    Smart mouth K.C. and witty Kayla are exploring the subject of MATTER. Their curiosity for science is taking them on a fun learning experience.

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