juvenile literature

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juvenile literature

If sharks disappeared

2017
"A nonfiction picture book tracing the repercussions of what would happen if sharks disappeared from our planet"--Provided by publisher.

Simple machines

2002
Explains how simple machines such as wheels, levers, and inclined planes work, discussing the forces they use and ways that people utilize them.

Elon Musk

inventor
2021
"Describes the life and work of Elon Musk, an inventor and entrepreneur whose companies build rockets and electric cars"--Provided by publisher.

Onward

2020
"Join Ian and Barley on a . . . journey to discover if there is still a little magic left out there. Explore . . . scenes inspired by the movie and uncover more than 100 hidden objects and characters. Let the quest begin"--Back cover.

Pause power

learning to stay calm when your buttons get pushed
2020
"This story teaches the importance of learning how to recognize your body's reaction to intense emotions and provides strategies to stay calm in frustrating situations"--Provided by publisher.

Picasso

2017
"[Young readers are invited to] follow along with famous artist Pablo Picasso on a tour through the shapes ... [Also explores] Picasso's life, his art, and his passions"--Provided by publisher.

Alligator vs. Python

2017
Presents facts about the alligator and the python, comparing their sizes, body types, and abilities.

Le Triceratops vs. Spinosaurus

Who Would Win?
2018
Presents facts about the triceratops and the spinosaurus, comparing their sizes, body types, and abilities.

Iguanas

"Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces iguanas to young readers through leveled text and related photos"--.

30-minute chemistry projects

2019
"These . . . science projects have readers making their own plastic, snow, and even a lava lamp. Step-by-step instructions and photos guide readers through the projects, and Science Takeaway sidebars explain the chemistry behind these . . . creations"--Provided by publisher.

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