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Psalm 23
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In this follow-up to his bestselling children's book, The Lord's Prayer, illustrator Richard Jesse Watson brings to life the beloved Psalm 23. Watson's use of vibrant color and detailed imagery beautifully captures the essence of the comforting words of David, bringing the King James Version of Psalm 23 alive for...
Edward Jenner: Conqueror of Smallpox
 
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- Chronicles the lives and important contributions of great scientists - Hands-on activities provide a deeper understanding of the scientist's work - Over-100 page biographies are excellent for book reports - Supports the History/Social Studies and English/Language Arts curricula - Please see each title for page...
Scholastic Discover More:  Sharks
 
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A comprehensive modern reference book all about sharks for confident readers. Every kid likes being freaked out watching a great white shark attack, but this book exposes the reality: that sharks are incredible creatures and we are just beginning to understand their complex lives. Collection spreads...
Justin Bieber: Just Believe
 
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A new bio on the tween sensation! Whether you're a die-hard "Belieber" or you've just got a mild case of Bieber Fever, there's no denying that Justin Bieber is the biggest tween star out there. He sells millions of albums, performs sold-out concerts, and released his third...
Girls Only: How to Survive Anything!
 
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A new graphic novel from the team that brought you the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling Best at Everything series! Unlike those other books for girls that are a little too daring, GIRLS ONLY: HOW TO SURVIVE ANYTHING is the perfect guide. In addition to the mix of...
I Am #5: George Washington
 
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The inspiring tale of an American hero's journey to become the first President of the United States. Just in time for President's Day, children will be moved by Washington's revolutionary vision for our country. Celebrated war hero, George Washington used his progressive ideals to become the first...
Animals and Their Families
 
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Featuring playful illustrations and small vignettes of text, Animals and their Families crosses continents and habitats to introduce children to nearly three dozen land-, sea-, and tree-dwelling animals including gazelles, penguins, owls, and more. Each spread is rich with information and will help a child explore...
Space Tourism (Machines of the Future)
 
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The final frontier is no longer the exclusive domain of professional astronauts. More and more, ordinary tourists are venturing into the great beyond. Written in a clear, kid-friendly style and accentuated with fun, detailed illustrations, Space Tourism gives readers an exciting overview of this burgeoning industry. To add context, there...
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Discover how Benjamin Franklin’s scientific method challenged a certain Dr. Mesmer’s mysterious powers in a whimsical look at a true moment in history. The day Ben Franklin first set foot in Paris, France, he found the city all abuzz. Everyone was talking about something new—remarkable, thrilling, and strange. Something called...
Annie and Helen
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Author Deborah Hopkinson and illustrator Raul Colón present the story of Helen Keller in a fresh and original way that is perfect for young children. Focusing on the relationship between Helen and her teacher, Annie Sullivan, the book is interspersed with excerpts of Annie's letters home, written as she struggled...
Anastasia's Album
 
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Illustrated in scrapbook style with young Anastasia's photos and watercolor paintings, this intimate glimpse brings to life the unspoiled princess of the last of the czars. Drawing on precious personal keepsakes, personal letters and diaries, and memories of loved ones, this piercing portrait will enthrall all readers who are curious...
Behind Rebel Lines
 
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In 1861, when war erupted between the States, President Lincoln made an impassioned plea for volunteers. Determined not to remain on the sidelines, Emma Edmonds cropped her hair, donned men’s clothing, and enlisted in the Union Army. Posing in turn as a slave, peddler, washerwoman, and fop, Emma became a...
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