Children

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“In The Polar Bear Scientists, author Peter Lourie makes a fascinating and compelling case for the importance of studying polar bears.

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“As this amiable picture book demonstrates so sweetly, love comes in all shapes, colors, and languages.”

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“While it has practical uses, Gifts from the Gods does not represent the author’s most compelling writing.

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“Go out this instant and purchase Swirl by Swirl: Spirals in Nature by Joyce Sidman.

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“Tales from India is exemplary, a model of narrative and visual storytelling by two talented and inspired artists.

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“In living color and with a multitude of young voices, Children of the World testifies to the power of art in making our lives meaningful, in both personal and public ways.”

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“Who knew that buildings had so much to say? All we had to do was listen—and Isabel Hill absolutely speaks the mysterious language of buildings.”

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“Ms. Sommer’s reference book is both time and student tested. It is also intended to both assist and amuse. These factors make the work unique . . .”

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“It might help teens newly diagnosed with cancer to hear the voices of young survivors . . .

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"This poetry conveys a story of real-world challenges that many American youth face today."

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The April release of this colorful and interesting guide to renewable energy and broader environmental concerns coincides with Earth celebrations around the world, the annual international focus on

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While this engaging middle-grade novel is set in contemporary suburban Los Angeles, it takes readers back to the days when kids actually played outdoors in their neighborhoods from morning to dusk,

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Eight-year-old Abigail Iris calls her three best friends, Cynthia, Rebecca and Genevieve, “The Onlies” because they have no siblings.

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Pam Turner is a highly lauded juvenile nonfiction writer, often garnering starred reviews for her work.

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What’s for Dinner? Quirky, Squirmy Poems from the Animal World is far more than a collection of 29 delightful and sometimes surprising poems for children.

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Animal Disguises is a book filled with a plethora of information about the cleverness of animals and how they survive and protect themselves in the wild.

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A book about Einstein for preschoolers? How scary, right? Not at all!

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How would a five-year-old boy experience the birth of Jesus?

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My Penguin Osbert In Love is a delightful story filled with friendship, devotion, and love. My Penguin Osbert In Love is the second book in this series.

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Maps and Mapping is a breakdown of various maps that are seen and used on a daily basis and some that are used to find information in different ways.

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World of Wonders is an amazing voyage through stunning images that depict life and planet Earth in its most natural and awe-inspiring form.

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Discover Science Insects is one of six books in the Discover Science Series. This book gives a close up look into the lives of insects and how they function, adapt and survive.

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National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Animals is a wonderful animal reference that will delight children and will entertain them for years to come.

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Part biography, part multimedia art smorgasbord, John’s Secret Dreams: The Life of John Lennon is more than just a nonfiction picture book: It’s a work of art itself.

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