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Kids nonfiction new titles

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Have a flick through our fascinating collection of new nonfiction books for kids. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

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Dinosaur mazes  by Valeria Danilova

Dinosaur mazes

Valeria Danilova

Graphic novel

"A highly-visual activity book packed with mazes set in the world of the dinosaurs. Take to the skies with pterosaurs, evade erupting volcanoes and vicious Velociraptors, and encounter the king of lizards, T-Rex, as you delve into the prehistoric world...

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September 11  by Libby Romero

September 11

Libby Romero

Book

"With age-appropriate text and compelling photos, this book recounts the world-changing events of September 11, 2001, and tells the inspiring story of the heroes who raced to save lives"--Publisher's description.

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Minecraft  by Craig Jelley

Minecraft

Craig Jelley

Book

"Pick up the basics of the redstone components and their uses, discover how to make working circuits, and create incredibly complex builds using your new skills. With insider info and tips from the experts at Mojang, this is the definitive guide to redstone...

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Planet SOS  by Marie G. Rohde

Planet SOS

Marie G. Rohde

Book

"Our planet is sending out an SOS. From global warming to plastic pollution, real-life environmental monsters are threatening our world at every turn. Now it's your chance to challenge them! Meet the habitat-harming monsters that are ruining the Earth...

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Poems out loud!

Poems out loud!

Book

"From rockets to mermaids and everything in between, there's something for everyone in this diverse and contemporary collection. Perfect for young children aged 4+ who are approaching poetry for the very first time, these poems can be performed out l...

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Njinga of Ndongo and Matamba  by Ekiuwa Aire

Njinga of Ndongo and Matamba

Ekiuwa Aire

Book

"Njinga of Ndongo and Matamba is the true story of a girl who had a difficult birth but went on to become the Queen of two ancient African kingdoms. Revered for her wisdom, courage, and strength, Njinga became a dominant political figure in Angola in...

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The skeleton and muscles  by Richard Spilsbury

The skeleton and muscles

Richard Spilsbury

Book

"How do the skeleton and muscles work? How do they link to other parts of the human body? Find out all about the senses in this fascinating and engaging book that uses flowcharts, text boxes and brightly coloured design to bring science to life. Part...

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A book of witches  by Ruth Manning-Sanders

A book of witches

Ruth Manning-Sanders

Book

"A Book of Witches is an anthology, originally published in 1966, of twelve fairy tales that have been collected and retold by Ruth Manning-Sanders. The book is illustrated by Robin Jacques. There are good witches and bad witches in the stories. Unfo...

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Upcycled plastic projects  by Marcy Morin

Upcycled plastic projects

Marcy Morin

Book

"What to do with old plastic toys, bottles, jugs, and bags? Recycling is great, but upcycling is better! Repurpose old plastic into cushy pillows, quirky troll villages, even a funky bird feeder! Get eco-creative with more than 10 easy, upcycled...

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The outdoor scientist  by Temple Grandin

The outdoor scientist

Temple Grandin

Book

"What are the aerodynamics of skipping stones or the physics of making sandcastles? Do birds use GPS to navigate their migratory routes? In this book, Dr. Temple Grandin, an inventor and world-renowned scientist, introduces readers to geologists,...

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Flight for freedom  by Kristen Fulton

Flight for freedom

Kristen Fulton

Book

"Many people attempted daring escapes over the Berlin Wall, and most failed, giving their lives for the hope of freedom. This is the true story of one child, Peter Wetzel, and his family's daring escape from East Berlin to West Berlin via handmade hot...

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The book of mythical beasts & magical creatures  by Stephen Krensky

The book of mythical beasts & magical creatures

Stephen Krensky

Book

"From narwhal tusks inspiring the legend of unicorns, to dinosaur bones creating rumours of dragons, there is an interesting story behind every magical beast. Mythical Beasts and Magical Creatures tells you everything you need to know about supernatu...

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The Chinese book of animal powers  by Al Chung-liang. Huang

The Chinese book of animal powers

Al Chung-liang. Huang

Book

"Describes the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac with their strengths and weaknesses, and shows how to write their names in Chinese calligraphy"--Publisher's description.

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Astrology  by Megan Atwood

Astrology

Megan Atwood

Book

"Young readers will find keys to their personalities and how to work on their problems with these introductions to the four key psychic arts: the tarot, astrology, numerology, and palm reading"--Publisher's description.

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Palm reading  by Megan Atwood

Palm reading

Megan Atwood

Book

"Basic introduction to palmistry including history, how to read palms, and the meanings of lines"--Publisher's description.

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Numerology  by Megan Atwood

Numerology

Megan Atwood

Book

"Basic introduction to numerology including history, how to use numbers in fortune telling, and the meanings of numbers"--Publisher's description.

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Thomas Edison  by Lucia Raatma

Thomas Edison

Lucia Raatma

Book

"The light bulbs we use today in our schools and homes are thanks to Thomas Edison. What were the steps Edison took that led him to the world-changing invention we know him for today?"--Publisher's description.

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Ralph Baer  by Nancy Dickmann

Ralph Baer

Nancy Dickmann

Book

"We have Ralph Baer to thank for the video games people play around the world today. What were the steps Baer took that led him to his famous invention?"--Publisher's description.

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Spot the crook

Spot the crook

Graphic novel

"Can you spot the crook? There's a crook hiding in the crowds in Lego City, and it's your job to find him! This search-and-find book is packed with amazing detailed scenes featuring all your favourite Lego City characters. Once you've found the Red S...

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Where are the Wiggles?  by Abbey Hough

Where are the Wiggles?

Abbey Hough

Graphic novel

"Wiggletown is full of surprising adventures! Join Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony as they visit the zoo, the circus, and even outer space. Wow! Can you find The Wiggles and all the hidden items in every colourful scene?"--Provided by publisher.

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Under the sea mazes  by Susanna Rumiz

Under the sea mazes

Susanna Rumiz

Graphic novel

"Swim with prehistoric plesiosaurs, explore Poseidon's palace and gather up gold from lost pirate galleons as you dive beneath the waves with this entertaining selection of mazes. Each maze is more challenging than the last, from stealthy submarines to...

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Little kids first big book  by Moira Rose Donohue

Little kids first big book

Moira Rose Donohue

Book

"Discover how rocks are formed, the three kinds of rocks, and the difference between rocks and minerals. Learn how rocks and minerals are used in art, architecture, industry, and science. Then journey to the oceans to explore seashells and the amazing...

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Did you know? Space  by Sarah Cruddas

Did you know? Space

Sarah Cruddas

Book

"Did you know? Space answers all the weird and wonderful questions children ask about space. Marvel at awesome pictures and learn hundreds of fascinating facts in this incredible book about the universe"--Publisher's description.

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A different sort of normal  by Abigail Balfe

A different sort of normal

Abigail Balfe

Book

"The beautiful true story of one girl's journey growing up autistic - and the challenges she faced in the 'normal' world. I'm not like the other children in my class . . . and that's an actual scientific FACT My name is Abigail and I'm autistic. Unfo...

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Dele Alli  by Matt Oldfield

Dele Alli

Matt Oldfield

Book

"Meet Dele Alli - Ultimate Football Hero. Dele Alli is one of England's best young midfielders, known for his skill, scoring prowess and passion on the pitch. Having moved around a lot during his childhood, Dele Alli managed to progress through the ranks...

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The age of dinosaurs  by Steve Brusatte

The age of dinosaurs

Steve Brusatte

Book

"Discover dinosaurs as you've never seen them before! This is the mind-blowing truth of their prehistoric story, from the ultimate dinosaur professor. You've likely seen Jurassic Park, heard of Godzilla and know about Rex in Toy Story. Dinosarus are....

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Where's the sporty poo?

Where's the sporty poo?

Graphic novel

"It's time to compete in the sportiest search and find you've ever seen. Find the friendly bunch of poos as they compete in gymnastics, football, athletics, diving and other super-fun activities. The race is on to find the sporty poos before the final...

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Fall off, get back on, keep going  by Clare Balding

Fall off, get back on, keep going

Clare Balding

Book

"Clare Balding, TV presenter, sportswoman and bestselling author spent her childhood falling off and getting back in the saddle. In her first non-fiction book for children, she shares her warm, funny and reassuring personal insights into what it means...

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Skellig  by David Almond

Skellig

David Almond

Book

"Michael's baby sister is ill. Whilst his parents spend time at the hospital, he discovers a strange creature in his garage. Part owl, part angel, Skellig is far more than he first appears, and as Michael nourishes him back to life Michael's world ch...

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The road to the future  by Viv Walker

The road to the future

Viv Walker

Book

In 1898, New Zealand's first motor car rumbled onto a bustling Wellington street. The age of the car had arrived. It's twenty years later in Christchurch, and another revolutionary vehicle quietly makes its entrance ... meet New Zealand's first electric...

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We're going on a fossil hunt  by Joan Joass

We're going on a fossil hunt

Joan Joass

Book

"Before Joan Joass started writing this book, she asked a group of children from the intermediate and senior classes at Waioneke School, What are ten things you'd most like to know about fossils? This book includes simple answers to their most common...

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Minecrafters Redstone handbook.

Minecrafters Redstone handbook.

Book

"A guide to using Redstone in Minecraft to design and build devices in-game"--Publisher's description.

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Why should I care about the ancient Greeks?  by Don Nardo

Why should I care about the ancient Greeks?

Don Nardo

Book

"Every four years, the world celebrates one of the most exciting contributions of the Ancient Greeks: the Olympic Games. That, of course, is not all this great civilization left behind. From theater to democracy, discover how the Greeks' ancient inventions...

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Why should I care about the Ancient Romans?  by Don Nardo

Why should I care about the Ancient Romans?

Don Nardo

Book

"We celebrate the Ancient Romans for contributions they made to modern engineering and architecture, but their impact is felt in even the smallest details of everyday life. Discover how inventions like socks, fast food restaurants, and movie theaters...

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Why should I care about the Ancient Chinese?  by Claire Throp

Why should I care about the Ancient Chinese?

Claire Throp

Book

"From pasta to paper, the inventions of the Ancient Chinese remain part of everyday life in our modern world. Learn how items like wheelbarrows, the first toothbrushes, and early earthquake detectors have evolved into devices we know today and discover...

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Rhinos in Nebraska  by Alison Pearce Stevens

Rhinos in Nebraska

Alison Pearce Stevens

Book

"Twelve million years ago, rhinos, elephants, and giraffes roamed North America. They would gather at nearby watering holes-eating, drinking, and trying not to become someone else's lunch. But one day, in what we now know as Nebraska, everything changed....

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Biology for curious kids  by Laura (Children's author) Baker

Biology for curious kids

Laura (Children's author) Baker

Book

"Young readers can discover the wonders of life with this beautifully illustrated, inspirational, and accessible book. Covering the human body, biodiversity, botany and more, children can take the first step in a lifelong love of the natural world. Big...

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The young cyclist's companion  by Pete Drinkell

The young cyclist's companion

Pete Drinkell

Book

"Who doesn't remember what it feels like to be a young person on a bike? Cycling offers kids an unrivalled freedom and independence. With global cycling trends on a new, post-pandemic high, ever more young people are experiencing the joys of the beau...

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The year of the buttered cat  by Susan Tyler Haas

The year of the buttered cat

Susan Tyler Haas

Book

"Thirteen years ago, when she was just a tiny baby, something terrible happened to Lexi Haas. Something criminal. It left her with an out-of-control body and without a voice. Now, as a precocious, superhero-obsessed teen, Lexi is counting down the final...

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Our world out of balance  by Andrea Minoglio

Our world out of balance

Andrea Minoglio

Book

"This accessible guide for children details how humans have thrown the planet off-balance and ways we can work to create a healthier world. Encouraging and easily digestible, this illustrated nonfiction guide introduces children ages eight to twelve to...

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Minecraft  by Alex Wiltshire

Minecraft

Alex Wiltshire

Book

""In Survival mode you're constantly in need of food and other useful items. You can find all these things on your travels, but a true survivor knows the importance of setting up their own farming systems. The official Minecraft Guide to Farming will...

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Minecraft  by Stephanie Milton

Minecraft

Stephanie Milton

Book

"In Minecraft, danger lurks around every corner and you'll need powerful tools and equipment if you want to survive. The official Minecraft Guide to Enchantments and Potions will teach you how to improve your chances of survival. You'll learn how...

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All about the Philippines  by Gidget Roceles Jimenez

All about the Philippines

Gidget Roceles Jimenez

Book

"All About the Philippines takes you on an incredible journey across the colourful island nation of the Philippines with Mary, Jaime and Ari three Filipino cousins who look totally different and yet are the best of friends. You'll visit their homes, ...

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Nestling cockatoos  by Angela Robertson-Buchanan

Nestling cockatoos

Angela Robertson-Buchanan

Book

"Have you ever met a sulphur-crested cockatoo? They are as intelligent as a toddler and can live up to 90 years of age. Squeak and Squawk were rescued when their tree-hollow home was cut down. They were only two weeks old. You will fall in love with ...

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The secret life of whales  by Rena Ortega

The secret life of whales

Rena Ortega

Book

"Whales are some of the largest animals to have ever lived on our planet, but what do we really know about them? This glorious guide takes readers deep beneath the ocean's surface to explore the unseen world of whales. They will learn how to recognize...

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Flying paintings  by Amy Alznauer

Flying paintings

Amy Alznauer

Book

"First there was one Zhou brother, and then there were two. They lived in a bookstore with their grandmother, Po Po, whose stories of paintings that flew through the air and landed on mountain cliffs inspired them to create their own art. Amid the tu...

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Morgan horses  by Rachel A. Koestler-Grack

Morgan horses

Rachel A. Koestler-Grack

Book

"Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to Morgan horses. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Publisher's description.

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Belgian horses  by Rachel A. Koestler-Grack

Belgian horses

Rachel A. Koestler-Grack

Book

"Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to Belgian horses. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Publisher's description.

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Mosquitoes  by Sandra Markle

Mosquitoes

Sandra Markle

Book

"A mosquito targets you for a blood feast. You hear a high-pitched buzz before feeling a sharp bite. Learn about mosquitoes and their life cycles with augmented reality experiences and plenty of bloody, itchy details"--Publisher's description.

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Locusts  by Sandra Markle

Locusts

Sandra Markle

Book

"Millions of locusts swarm a farmer's field and feast. When nothing green is left, the insects leave. Learn about the lives of locusts and what drives their incredible hunger with amazing augmented reality experiences"--Publisher's description.

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My first book of dinosaur comparisons  by Sara (Writer of children's literature) Hurst

My first book of dinosaur comparisons

Sara (Writer of children's literature)...

Book

"Did you know that the Argentinosaurus weighed about as much as 12 elephants and grew as tall as a five-story building? Or that T Rex could crush a car in a single bite? Or that some dinosaur eggs were as big as footballs? Using visual comparisons, ...

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Refugees and homelands  by Louise Spilsbury

Refugees and homelands

Louise Spilsbury

Book

"This book explains civil rights and the reasons why refugees flee their homelands in an accessible way for younger readers. Refugee movements through history are explored chronologically. A selection of key civil rights moments and movements are broken...

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Chefs  by Emily Raij

Chefs

Emily Raij

Book

"Bon appetit! With the popularity of kids' cooking TV shows, more kids are wondering what it's really like to be a chef. Readers will learn about different types of chefs, food prep and creation basics, the tools they use, and how people get this exc...

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Parasaurolophus  by Rebecca Sabelko

Parasaurolophus

Rebecca Sabelko

Book

""Engaging images accompany information about the parasaurolophus. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 2 through 7"--"--Publisher's description.

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The ups and downs of gravity  by David A. Adler

The ups and downs of gravity

David A. Adler

Book

"What happens to a ball when it rolls off a table? Why doesn't the ball keep rolling straight up or fly up off the table? The answer is gravity. Adler explains how this invisible force operates in the real world"--Publisher's description.

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Solids, liquids, gases, and plasma  by David A. Adler

Solids, liquids, gases, and plasma

David A. Adler

Book

"Explore physics in this early introduction to the states of matter, starring a goofy dog and his all-too-human family. Zippy art and clear explanations introduce the basic characteristics of four states of matter and how they change from one state to...

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Funny bums, freaky beaks  by Alex Morss

Funny bums, freaky beaks

Alex Morss

Book

"A delightful compendium of all the most unusual and unexpected features in the animal kingdom, from puzzling toes to weird ears, and all the other body parts in between! These creatures have strange features - but they all serve a very useful purpose!...

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Penelope Strudel and the birthday treasure hunt  by Brendan (Illustrator) Kearney

Penelope Strudel and the birthday treasure hunt

Brendan (Illustrator) Kearney

Graphic novel

"Explore the quirky chaos of Custard Manor as you help Penelope Strudel hunt down her birthday surprise from her Uncle Derek Custard. But watch out - there are puffins about!"--Provided by publisher.

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My crystal guide  by Philip Permutt

My crystal guide

Philip Permutt

Book

"Introduce your child to the wonderful world of crystals and their powerful energies to help, heal and transform with this fully illustrated simple-to-use guide. Children are innately drawn to the energy of crystals - and crystal energies can help make...

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The secrets of astrology  by Carole (Astrologer) Taylor

The secrets of astrology

Carole (Astrologer) Taylor

Book

"Discover the hidden meaning of stars in this first introduction to astrology for children. Secrets of Astrology tells you all you want to know about astrology, from the meaning of zodiac signs, to how to read a birth chart. Simple, readable text cle...

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Britannica all new kids' encyclopedia by Michael Bright

Britannica all new kids' encyclopedia

Michael Bright

Book

"Earth? Space? Animals? History? STEM? The Britannica All New Kids' Encyclopedia has them all.This beautifully illustrated, 415-page compendium of knowledge is a must-have addition to every family bookshelf and library collection! With more than 100 ...

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You are a champion  by Marcus Rashford

You are a champion

Marcus Rashford

Book

"It's hard to know what's possible until you start. You have to be able to dream big and be prepared to work towards your dreams. I've achieved a lot so far, but it didn't come in one go; big things rarely happen overnight, and good things rarely happen...

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Shetland ponies  by Rachel A. Koestler-Grack

Shetland ponies

Rachel A. Koestler-Grack

Book

"Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to Shetland ponies. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Publisher's description.

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Ticks  by Sandra Markle

Ticks

Sandra Markle

Book

"A tick cuts through a host's skin. It begins to drink blood as its body slowly swells. Learn about the life cycles of ticks with amazing augmented reality experiences and tons of creepy, bloody details"--Publisher's description.

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Stick insects  by Sandra Markle

Stick insects

Sandra Markle

Book

"Stick insects use their bodies to hide in plain sight. They escape predators by falling to the forest floor, where they look like sticks and fallen leaves. Learn about stick insects with augmented reality experiences"--Publisher's description.

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Jumping spiders  by Sandra Markle

Jumping spiders

Sandra Markle

Book

"A jumping spider soars and sinks its fangs into prey. The spider injects venom, paralyzing its target. Learn about the jumping spider life cycle with incredible augmented reality experiences and lots of creepy details"--Publisher's description.

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Turkey  by Golriz Golkar

Turkey

Golriz Golkar

Book

"Engaging images accompany information about Turkey. The combination of high-interest subject matter and narrative text is intended for students in grades 3 through 8"--Publisher's description.

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Honduras  by Golriz Golkar

Honduras

Golriz Golkar

Book

"Engaging images accompany information about Honduras. The combination of high-interest subject matter and narrative text is intended for students in grades 3 through 8"--Publisher's description.

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Our animal friends  by Eugeniya Popova

Our animal friends

Eugeniya Popova

Graphic novel

"With over 800 animals to search, this charmingly illustrated book combines the classic Look & Find game with plenty of questions and challenges on each page, making for an experience that's not only entertaining but educational as well. Children will...

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Law for beginners  by Rose Hall

Law for beginners

Rose Hall

Book

"An entertaining and thought-provoking guide to what laws are, who makes them and how people enforce them. It covers crime and punishment as well as social and citizenship issues such as politics and international law, using a mixture of debates, car...

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Forest craft  by Richard (Forest School educator) Irvine

Forest craft

Richard (Forest School educator) Ir...

Book

"In today's hectic world, many of us are looking for ways to slow down, take time out, and calm our busy minds. The benefits of doing this are well documented for overworked adults. However, there's an increasing focus on how much children can gain f...

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All the way to the top  by Annette Bay Pimentel

All the way to the top

Annette Bay Pimentel

Book

"Diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth, Jennifer Keelan grew up battling-and overcoming-the limitations others set for her. From a lack of cutaway curbs and bus lifts to being denied enrollment at her neighborhood school, Jennifer was continually blocked...

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Pokemon how to draw  by Maria S. Barbo

Pokemon how to draw

Maria S. Barbo

Book

"Want to become a Pokémon drawing expert? You've found the right book! This Deluxe How to Draw includes simple, step-by-step instructions on how to draw classic characters from every Pokémon region -- from Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle all the ...

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Aotearoa lost worlds  by Dave Gunson

Aotearoa lost worlds

Dave Gunson

Book

Describes the transformation of Gondwanaland into Aotearoa New Zealand. Introduces the animals and plants that once thrived here, but are now extinct. Extinct animals include types of dinosaur, amphibian, fish, rodent, and bird.

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The stuff between the stars  by Sandra Nickel

The stuff between the stars

Sandra Nickel

Book

"Vera Rubin was one of the astronomers who discovered and named dark matter, the thing that keeps the universe hanging together. Throughout her career she was never taken seriously as a scientist because she was one of the only female astronomers at that...

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Star signs for kids  by D. M. Strange

Star signs for kids

D. M. Strange

Book

"The basics of astrology laid out in full colour and simple language in a delightful presentation of the star signs and their meanings"--Publisher's description.

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The ASD and me picture book  by Joel Shaul

The ASD and me picture book

Joel Shaul

Book

"Children with ASDs often find it difficult to identify the things they find difficult and, more importantly, to recognize the things they are good at. This colorful book provides simple self-exploration tools to help children identify their strengths...

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Gymnastics  by Sarah Wassner Flynn

Gymnastics

Sarah Wassner Flynn

Book

"From somersaults and backflips on the floor to aerial moves, mounts, and dismounts on bars and beams, kids will learn all about gymnastics history, events, and competitions"--Publisher's description.

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When elephants listen with their feet  by Emmanuelle Grundmann

When elephants listen with their feet

Emmanuelle Grundmann

Book

"Explore the wild and wonderful world of animal senses with a dynamic work of children's nonfiction. Humans experience the world through sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. But what if you had the compound eyes of a fly, the whiskers of a cat, or...

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Horse power  by Jennifer Thermes

Horse power

Jennifer Thermes

Book

"Until the popularization of the family car, horses and humans lived, worked, and played side by side. With the invention of the wheel, saddle, bit, and bridle; horses pulled far-flung lands closer together at the speed of a gallop. Trade, agricultur...

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Pounce!  by Tracey West

Pounce!

Tracey West

Book

"Guide to training a cat for kids, based on scientific information about felines"--Publisher's description.

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Walking on the Moon  by Caryn Jenner

Walking on the Moon

Caryn Jenner

Book

"The Imagine You Were There... series celebrates events that changed the world and the people who made them happen. 2019 sees the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, and Walking on the Moon celebrates this milestone by helping readers imagine...

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Salt in his shoes  by Deloris Jordan

Salt in his shoes

Deloris Jordan

Book

"Young Michael Jordan, who is smaller than the other players, learns that determination and hard work are more important than size when playing the game of basketball"--Publisher's description.

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Mission Ruby  by Sheela Preuitt

Mission Ruby

Sheela Preuitt

Book

"Give readers hands-on coding experience as they learn about Ruby! Ruby is a programming language used by popular brands such as Hulu and Airbnb that lets coders build amazing websites and apps. A Page Plus features invites readers to try coding activities...

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Vaccines  by Joanna Brundle

Vaccines

Joanna Brundle

Book

"Discovery and development of the technology we use today to save lives through medicine. Includes historic medicine as well as where medical technology is heading in the future. A perfect introduction for young scientists who want to become health.....

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Anaesthetics  by Joanna Brundle

Anaesthetics

Joanna Brundle

Book

"Discovery and development of the technology we use today to save lives through medicine. Includes historic medicine as well as where medical technology is heading in the future. A perfect introduction for young scientists who want to become health.....

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The world's most pointless* animals  by Philip Bunting

The world's most pointless* animals

Philip Bunting

Book

"We share our planet with some truly weird and wonderful creatures, from blobfish to pink fairy armadillos, who all (let's be honest) seem pretty pointless. But what do these creatures actually do?! A witty, quirky, colourfully-illustrated book featuring...

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Japan  by Jane Hinchey

Japan

Jane Hinchey

Book

"Let's Go Globetrotters We're travelling to Japan home of sushi samurai and sakura cherry blossoms... and so much more. Find out what life is like in Japan. Discover how people live work and play. Learn about the food culture and language. And visit some...

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Inner workings  by Peter Hinckley

Inner workings

Peter Hinckley

Book

"A one-of-a-kind STEM book for curious young minds! What would you find if you cut a pocket watch, fireworks, a golf ball, a beehive, or even a merry-go-round in half? Something extraordinary, of course! In Inner Workings: The Extraordinary Insides of...

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Unconventional vehicles  by Michael Hearst

Unconventional vehicles

Michael Hearst

Book

"In this illustrated compendium, readers will learn about forty-five of the strangest, most unconventional vehicles that have ever existed--from submersibles to dirigibles, and everything in between"--Publisher's description.

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Scans  by Joanna Brundle

Scans

Joanna Brundle

Book

"Discovery and development of the technology we use today to save lives through medicine. Includes historic medicine as well as where medical technology is heading in the future. A perfect introduction for young scientists who want to become health.....

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Austria  by Jane Hinchey

Austria

Jane Hinchey

Book

"Let's Go Globetrotters We're travelling to Austria birthplace of some of the world's most celebrated musicians. Find out what life is like in Austria. Discover how people live work and play. Learn about the food culture and language. And visit some of...

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Antibiotics  by Joanna Brundle

Antibiotics

Joanna Brundle

Book

"Discovery and development of the technology we use today to save lives through medicine. Includes historic medicine as well as where medical technology is heading in the future. A perfect introduction for young scientists who want to become health.....

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Kids love to cook

Kids love to cook

Book

"If your kid loves food, chances are they'll love the idea of learning to cook. And thanks to celebrity chefs and TV cooking shows such as MasterChef and The Great Australian Bake Off, cooking has become an exciting activity where children can flex t...

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Legacy  by Nikki Grimes

Legacy

Nikki Grimes

Book

"From Children's Literature Legacy Award-winning author Nikki Grimes comes a feminist-forward new collection of poetry celebrating the little-known women poets of the Harlem Renaissance-- paired with full-color, original art from today's most talented...

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