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13 Art Movements Children Should Know
by Brad Finger Details
Introduces readers to major movements in art history, from Romanesque to pop art, and includes visual spreads, detailed descriptions, and a timeline that places key artworks in their historical contexts.
28 Days: Moments In Black History That Changed the World
by Charles R. Smith Details
A look at many of the men and women who revolutionized life for African Americans throughout history.
Animal School: What Class Are You?
by Michelle Lord Details
Rhyming text introduces young readers to the five classes of vertebrates, describing the characteristics of reptiles, fish, mammals, birds, and amphibians.
Birdology: 30 Activities and Observations For Exploring the World of Birds
by Monica Russo Details
Provides thirty activities that encourage bird watching and observation in parks, zoos, farms, and backyards, and includes discussions on migration, nesting, food, territories, and wildlife preservation.
Creatures Of the Night
by Camilla De La Bedoyere Details
Features more than a dozen extraordinary animals that live in the dark. These are mammals, birds, insects and spiders whose unique physical features help them to survive in the pitch-black darkness of jungles, fields and in the air.
Lifesize Rainforest
by Anita Ganeri Details
Offers readers a unique opportunity to see a variety of animals at their actual size.
Saturn Could Sail: and Other Fun Facts
by Laura Lyn DiSiena Details
A book of fun facts about planets, stars, space ships, and more.
Scarlett the Cat To the Rescue: Fire Hero
by Nancy Loewen Details
Simple text and full-color illustrations describe the true story of Scarlett, the stray cat that famously saved her kittens from a Brooklyn garage fire.
Vikingworld: the Age of Seafarers and Sagas
by Robert MacLeod Details
Vikingworld is a lavish album of discovery in which the battles, legends and heroic deeds of these notorious Norsemen are brought to axe-wielding life.
Way Down Below Deep
by Nancy Raines Day Details
Describes the unique characteristics of creatures that live in the deep ocean, including the giant squid, lanternfish, tube worms, and jellyfish.
Updated 01/30/2015
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