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Renewable Energy: Discover the Fuel of the Future With 20 Projects (Build It Yourself)

From School Library Journal Gr 4?6?Owing to an overreliance on fossil fuels, the need for renewable energy has become urgent. Examining the benefits and trade-offs of solar, wind, hydro, geotherm [...]

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Let's Make Some Gold!: Science's Biggest Mistakes About Geology and Ecology (Science Gets It Wrong)

From School Library Journal Gr 4-6-Focusing on scientific misconceptions throughout the centuries, each compact volume reveals how scientists have debunked the erroneous claims of the past throug [...]

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Your Body Battles a Cold

About the Author Vicki Cobb is a well-known author of more than eighty-five highly entertaining nonfiction books for children. Cobb's lighthearted approach to hands-on science has become her trad [...]

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Desert Animals (Safari Sam)

From School Library Journal Gr 2?4?Grouped by habitat, these profiles examine each animal with three levels of textual information per spread. A few large-font sentences provide the basics about [...]

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My Sisters' Voices: Teenage Girls of Color Speak Out

From Publishers Weekly After reading Mary Pipher's Reviving Ophelia and Sara Shandler's Ophelia Speaks, 18-year-old biracial Jacob felt her 'struggle had not been truly identified... in addition [...]

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Whatever is Lovely: A 90-Day Devotional Journal (Faithgirlz)

About the Author Allia Zobel Nolan is an internationally-published author of over 200 children?s titles and adult trade titles. Her books reflect her two main passions, God and cats. Zobel Nolan lives and writes in Conne [...]

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The Digestive System (New True Books: Health (Paperback))

Did you know that your nerve impulses are 1,000 times SLOWER than your computer? Or that it's normal to fart - as often as 20 times a day? Get the buzz on health and the human body with this fun and fascinating series. [...]

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Rain Forest (DK Eye Wonder)

Review 'Packed with engaging photographs and facts?' ? Publishers Weekly 'Good resources for reports.' ? School Library Journal 'An eye-popping odyssey.' ? Newsday 'Visually stunning.' ? Los Ange [...]

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Wild Animal Neighbors: Sharing Our Urban World

From Booklist This handsome book considers the presence of wild animals in cities, town, and suburbs. Certain species enter populated areas because of climate change and shrinking natural habitat [...]

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We're Not Monsters: Teens Speak Out about Teens in Trouble

From Publishers Weekly School shootings, suicide, self-injury, and sex crimes Sabrina Solin Weill takes on tough topics in We're Not Monsters: Teens Speak Out About Teens in Trouble. Each chapter [...]

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From Seed to Sunflower (Lifecycles)

From School Library Journal Kindergarten-Grade 2?Two colorful picture books that introduce the life cycles of butterflies and sunflowers. Each volume is broken down into two parts: a narrative co [...]

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Outside-In: A Lift-the-Flaps Body Book

About the Author Claire Smallman has taught biology and has written extensively for children on health and biology topics. She is currently an I.T. consultant for healthcare companies in the U.K. [...]

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The Lucky Escape: An Imaginative Journey Through the Digestive System (Human Body Detectives)

Review Alan Greene, MD, FAAP This imaginary journey through the process of digestion? -- from food to poop, with some farts in between -- will help kids discover the beauty of eating a rainbow of [...]

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The Sense of Sight (New True Books: Health (Library))

About the Author Ellen Weiss is the author of many books for children, including'Whatever You Do, I Love You, 'for Little Simon. She has also written extensively for children's television, and sh [...]

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That's What You Think!: A Mind-Boggling Guide to the Brain

From School Library Journal Gr 5?7?Devoted to the nervous system's central command, the brain, this well-designed European contribution is both subtle and engaging. The authors cover memory, cons [...]

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Utterly Amazing Human Body

An eye-catching pop-up book packed with amazing facts, games, and activities, Utterly Amazing Human Body takes children into the truly awe-inspiring workings of the human body. From bulging muscles to the inside of the b [...]

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Holt Science & Technology: Student Edition (D) Human Body Systems and Health 2007

Holt Science & Technology Student Edition . HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON, 2007. Read more [...]

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Dr. Frankenstein's Human Body Book

From Publishers Weekly Starred Review. Talk about mad genius?from conception to execution, padded red cover with 3-D effect to the up-close-and-personal images inside, this anatomy book is as eng [...]

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