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Rome: A 3D Keepsake Cityscape Featured
Whether you’re dreaming of visiting Italy’s capital city or wish to remember it forever, here is an exquisite slip-cased memento. When in Rome, do as the Romans do — but when you’re away, you’re invited to take a vicarious tour with the help of this concertina-style guide. From St....
Over the course of history men and women have lived and died. In fact, getting sick and dying can be a big, ugly mess-especially before the modern medical care that we all enjoy today. How They Croaked relays all the gory details of how nineteen world figures gave up...
The Wicked History of the World presents the foul but fascinating story of humans from brain-nibbling Neanderthals to terrified teenage soldiers in the 20th Century--all in glorious and gory color. In the best book ever written to prove history teachers wrong, pester parents and disgust grandmothers, you will find out...
Laura Ingalls Wilder is beginning life with her new husband, Almanzo, in their own little house. Laura is a young pioneer wife now, and must work hard with Almanzo, farming the land around their home on the South Dakota prairie. Soon their baby daughter, Rose, is born, and the young...
From the author of Ghosts in the Fog comes a story that will appeal to lovers of history, adventure, and dogs. BYRD & IGLOO is the first narrative nonfiction book to tell the daring adventures of legendary polar explorer and aviator Richard Byrd and his lovable dog explorer, Igloo. Byrd...
One Direction: Straight to the Top Featured
Move over Bieber, there's a new pop sensation in town! The next hot band is here, and it's One Direction! These five super cute boys from the UK have a #1 debut album, sold-out tours, famous friends, and tons of fans. And they're only heading in one direction--up! Check...
Former First Lady Rosalyn Carter writes in her Forward: "Lucretia Mott is one of my favorite heroines." Quaker teacher, minister, abolitionist, and leader of the Pennsylvania Peace Society, Lucretia Mott who was instrumental in both the abolitionist and women's rights movements. Grades 3-6. Beautiful full color illustration.
Made by God: Barnyard Critters Featured
One Direction are the biggest band on the planet. Celebrate their story with this official guide crammed full of exclusive interviews and never-seen-before photos.
A Place for Turtles Featured
In simple yet informative language, A Place for Turtles introduces young readers to the ways human action or inaction can affect turtle populations and opens kids minds to a wide range of environmental issues. Describing various examples, the text provides an intriguing look at turtles, at...
Origami X Featured
Especially for budding spies, sleuths, and secret agents, Origami X Paper Folding for Secret Agents features a variety of spy themed origami designs perfect for secreting highly sensitive intelligence hide the details of your undercover ops inside an origami spy plane, or pass on contact information for your field agent...
Courage Has No Color, The True Story of the Triple Nickles: America's First Black Paratroopers Featured
They became America’s first black paratroopers. Why was their story never told? Sibert Medalist Tanya Lee Stone reveals the history of the Triple Nickles during World War II. World War II is raging, and thousands of American soldiers are fighting overseas against the injustices brought on by...
Taylor Swift: The Story of Me Featured
Taylor Swift has grown from country's darling to America's sweetheart! Taylor Swift has been a music superstar since she was a teenager, but now she is doing even more! When she's not selling out arenas, Taylor is making a name for herself in fashion, cosmetics, and even...
A beautiful write-in journal for avid readers who want to savor and remember the books that touched their lives.Ever since Oprah anointed reading our real national pastime, book clubs have been popping up all over the country, with readers everywhere sharing opinions, dog-earing important pages, and underlining unforgettable passages. But...
Farewell to Manzanar: A True Story of Japanese American Experience During and After the World War II Internment
Jeanne Wakatsuki was seven years old in 1942 when her family was uprooted from their home and sent to live at Manzanar internment camp--with 10,000 other Japanese Americans. Along with searchlight towers and armed guards, Manzanar ludicrously featured cheerleaders, Boy Scouts, sock hops, baton twirling lessons and a dance band...
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