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A Journey Through Nature
by Steve Parker
Take a journey from your doorstep to distant lands. Meet a bear in its woodland home, elephants grazing the African grasslands, and the mysterious creatures of the deep sea.
Can I Eat That?
by Joshua David Stein
This humorous, stylized and entirely unexpected set of food facts will engage both good eaters and resisters alike.
Captain America: the Ultimate Guide to the First Avenger
by Matt Forbeck
Presents the comic history of Captain America, from his introduction in the 1940s to the current day, and profiles his key villains, allies, sidekicks, and team affiliations.
Fooled You!: Fakes and Hoaxes Through the Years
by Elaine Pascoe
Explores hoaxes that have been successfully perpetrated, including crop circles, fairies on film, and giant cats, examining how such trickery was done and the process by which the hoaxers and their stunts were revealed.
How to Turn $100 Into $1,000,000
by James McKenna
From the creators of the nationally syndicated public television shows Biz Kid$ and Bill Nye the Science Guy, How to Turn $100 into $1,000,000 is a first guidebook to earning, saving, and investing money.
Star Wars: Character Encyclopedia
by Simon Beecroft
Go on a journey through the Star Wars galaxy, and learn all about its brave heroes and deadly villains. Meet a host of loathsome creatures, weird aliens, and loyal droids from the Star Wars saga.
The Ultimate Book of Randomly Awesome Facts
by Penelope Arlon
A book of best-ever lists, covering topics from science and technology to history and pop culture.
Vanished: True Tales of Mysterious Disappearances
by Elizabeth MacLeod
Six compelling stories about some of the worlds most bewildering disappearances.
You Got This!: Unleash Your Awesomeness, Find Your Path, and Change Your World
by Maya Penn
Girls rights activist, Maya Penn introduces her inspirational handbook for teens and young adults to help them discover their passions and maximize their full potential for a creative, successful life.
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