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A Kid's Guide To Awesome Duct Tape Projects: How to Make Your Own Wallets, Bags, Flowers, Hats, and Much, Much More!
by Nicole Smith Details
Presents step-by-step instructions for creating handicraft projects using duct tape, including clothing, jewelry, games, and school and office supplies.
Children's Book of Magic
by Anne Hildyard Details
Traces the history of magic from its origins in Ancient Egypt through the performances of today, sharing step-by-step instructions for how to learn twenty tricks in such areas as transformation, levitation, and prediction.
How Is My Brain Like a Supercomputer?: and Other Questions About the Human Body
by Melissa Stewart Details
This book explains what DNA is, how their heart pumps blood, and other questions about how the body works.
Parrot Genius!: and More True Stories of Amazing Animal Talents
by Moira Rose Donohue Details
Presents the stories of three amazing animals, including Einstein the genius parrot, Otis the skydiving dog, and Mudslinger a performing pig.
Slam Dunk!: The Top 10 Lists of Everything In Basketball
by Zac Cohen Details
Presents top ten lists covering such topics in professional basketball, primarily the National Basketball Association and its predecessors, as leading players of various types, great teams, and notable hairstyles, uniforms, mascots, and fans.
Super Human Encyclopedia: Discover the Amazing Things Your Body Can Do
by Steve Parker Details
This illustrated guide to the human body reveals the truly amazing processes that go on in our bodies on a daily basis.
The Dark Side
by Daniel Lipkowitz Details
Examines the characters and plotlines of the dark side of the "Force," from Sith warriors to the power of Imperial forces.
The Truth About Nature: a Family's Guide to 144 Common Myths About the Great Outdoors
by Stacy Tornio Details
Sets the record straight on nature myths once and for all by breaking down 144 everyday nature myths, identifying how true the myth really is.
True Or false?
by Andrea Mills Details
An encyclopedic compendium of facts, images, and infographics brings familiar topics to life and helps readers discover fun-filled trivia and statistics in a range of subjects, from science and history to culture and the natural world.
Updated 12/18/2014
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