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2014 - Spring

9

Hardcover Books

9781628553260

 
$153.00

9

Paperbacks

9781628553277

 
85.00

9

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781628553284

1-yr
19.00

9

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
116.00
 
 
     
 
 
2013 - Spring

7

Hardcover Books

9781607189022

 
$119.00

7

Paperbacks

9781607189039

 
66.00

7

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781607189060

1-yr
16.90

7

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
101.00
 
 
         
 
 
2013 - Fall

7

Hardcover Books

9781607188551

 
$119.00

7

Paperbacks

9781607187134

 
66.00

7

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781607187035

1-yr
16.90

7

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
101.00
 
 
         
 
 
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2013

14

Hardcover Books

9781607187165

 
$239.00

14

Paperbacks

9781607187028

 
132.00

14

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781628552843

1-yr
24.00

14

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
154.00
 
 
 
       
 
 
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2012 - Spring

5

Hardcover Books

9781607185932

 
$68.20

5

Paperbacks

9781607185949

 
37.80

5

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781607185970

1-yr
14.75

5

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
86.00
           

 
           
 
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2012 - Fall

6

Hardcover Books

9781607185987

 
$81.00

6

Paperbacks

9781607185994

 
44.90

6

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781607186021

1-yr
15.80

6

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
93.00
           
This photographic journal takes readers “behind the scenes” at four different wildlife rehabilitation centers where sick, ill, and injured animals are nursed back to health and released into the wild. Written by Jennifer Keats Curtis. Animals bathe to keep their bodies clean and healthy. Humans use soap and warm water but how do wild animals bathe? Follow twelve different animals to explore how they stay bug, fungus, and disease-free in a dry desert climate. Structured around a 24-hour day, readers watch the sun and moon move through the sky affecting the various animals’ habits. Written by Darcy Pattison. Illustrated by Kathleen Rietz. Dangerous animals from all over the world gather for the Most Dangerous Animal of All Contest. Snakes, spiders, sharks...who will the winner be? Deadly poison, huge teeth, razor-sharp horns, and fearsome feet are just a few of the ways that animals kill. Predators mean to kill. Prey simply defend themselves. And yet, the unexpected “Most Deadly Animal” doesn’t mean any harm! Don’t let the suspense kill you. Written by Terri Fields. Illustrated by Laura Jacques. Below-freezing temperatures, scorching heat, and storms bigger than the planet Earth are just some of the wild weather you will encounter on your trip through the solar system! Get your fun facts along with your forecast for each major planet, as well as a moon (Titan) and a dwarf planet (Pluto). Get ready for some out of this world fun with Solar System Forecast! Written by Kelly Kizer Whitt. Illustrated by Laurie Allen Klein The Tree That Bear Climbed is a creative twist on the classic, The House that Jack Built. Young listeners and early readers will love the rhythmic repetition as they learn about the many parts of a tree. Beginning with the roots that anchor the tree, this cumulative verse story climbs to a surprise ending. Why is bear so eager to climb the tree and what happens when he gets to the top? Written by Marianne Berkes. Illustrated by Kathleen Reitz. Do you ever wonder how animals stay warm in the winter? Well they wonder how humans do too! In a twist of perspective, wild creatures question if humans use the same winter adaptation strategies that they do. Do they cuddle together in a tree or fly south to Mexico? Take a look through an animal’s eyes and discover the interesting ways that animals cope with the cold winter months in this rhythmic story. Written by Carrie A. Pearson. Illustrated by Christina Wald.
           
 
 
2012

11

Hardcover Books

9781607186038

 
$142.00

11

Paperbacks

9781607186045

 
77.90

11

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781607186076

1-yr
21.00

11

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
131.00
           

 
           
This photographic journal takes readers “behind the scenes” at four different wildlife rehabilitation centers where sick, ill, and injured animals are nursed back to health and released into the wild. Written by Jennifer Keats Curtis. Animals bathe to keep their bodies clean and healthy. Humans use soap and warm water but how do wild animals bathe? Follow twelve different animals to explore how they stay bug, fungus, and disease-free in a dry desert climate. Structured around a 24-hour day, readers watch the sun and moon move through the sky affecting the various animals’ habits. Written by Darcy Pattison. Illustrated by Kathleen Rietz. Dangerous animals from all over the world gather for the Most Dangerous Animal of All Contest. Snakes, spiders, sharks...who will the winner be? Deadly poison, huge teeth, razor-sharp horns, and fearsome feet are just a few of the ways that animals kill. Predators mean to kill. Prey simply defend themselves. And yet, the unexpected “Most Deadly Animal” doesn’t mean any harm! Don’t let the suspense kill you. Written by Terri Fields. Illustrated by Laura Jacques. Below-freezing temperatures, scorching heat, and storms bigger than the planet Earth are just some of the wild weather you will encounter on your trip through the solar system! Get your fun facts along with your forecast for each major planet, as well as a moon (Titan) and a dwarf planet (Pluto). Get ready for some out of this world fun with Solar System Forecast! Written by Kelly Kizer Whitt. Illustrated by Laurie Allen Klein The Tree That Bear Climbed is a creative twist on the classic, The House that Jack Built. Young listeners and early readers will love the rhythmic repetition as they learn about the many parts of a tree. Beginning with the roots that anchor the tree, this cumulative verse story climbs to a surprise ending. Why is bear so eager to climb the tree and what happens when he gets to the top? Written by Marianne Berkes. Illustrated by Kathleen Reitz. Do you ever wonder how animals stay warm in the winter? Well they wonder how humans do too! In a twist of perspective, wild creatures question if humans use the same winter adaptation strategies that they do. Do they cuddle together in a tree or fly south to Mexico? Take a look through an animal’s eyes and discover the interesting ways that animals cope with the cold winter months in this rhythmic story. Written by Carrie A. Pearson. Illustrated by Christina Wald.
           
 
2011 - Spring

5

Hardcover Books

9781607184539

 
$81.00

5

Paperbacks

9781607184560

 
43.00

5

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781607184652

1-yr
14.75

5

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
86.00
           

Tiger lives in the jungle but Tiggy lives on the porch.  What are the differences between the largest wild cats and our small domestic companions? What are the similarities? Children will learn about a new big cat and little kitty each day of the week in BIG CAT, Little Kitty. Written by Scotti Cohn, Illustrated by Susan Detwiler.

Catchy desert twists on traditional children’s songs will have children chiming in about bats, cactuses, camels, meerkats, and more as they learn about the desert habitat, flora, and fauna. Whether sung or read aloud, Deep in the Desert makes learning about the world’s deserts anything but dry. Written by Rhonda Lucas Donald. Illustrated by Sherry Neidigh Chicken Little may have thought the sky was falling but Peter Pika is sure the glaciers are melting and is off to talk to the Mountain Monarch about it. Joined along the way by friends Tammy Ptarmigan, Sally Squirrel, Mandy Marmot, and Harry Hare, they all wonder what will happen to them if the glaciers melt. More importantly, can the Mountain Monarch stop the glaciers from melting? Written by Donna Love, Illustrated by Shennan Bersani. Told in rhyming narrative, Habitat Spy invites children to find plants (or algae), invertebrates, birds, and mammals living in thirteen different North American habitats: backyard, beach, bog, cave, desert, forest, meadow, mountain, ocean, plains, pond, river, and swamp. Children will have fun discovering the characteristics of each habitat as they “spy,” identify, and count the resident plants and animals and learn about the interactions between living and non-living things. Written by Cynthia Kieber-King, Illustrated by Christina Wald. Soar into the Solar System to witness the first Favorite Planet Competition, emceed by none other than the former-ninth planet, now known as dwarf planet Pluto. The readers become the judges after the sun can’t pick a favorite and the meteors leave for a shower. Who will the lucky winning planet be? Readers learn about each planet and will enjoy searching the art for all the references to famous scientists and people of history, space technology, constellations, art, and classic literature. Written by John McGranaghan, Illustrated by Laurie Allen Klein  
           
 
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2011 - Fall

5

Hardcover Books

9781607184546

 
$81.00

5

Paperbacks

9781607184577

 
43.00

5

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781607184669

1-yr
14.75

5

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
86.00
           

 

           
 
2011

10

Hardcover Books

9781607184553

 
$161.00

10

Paperbacks

9781607184584

 
85.00

10

eBooks - Pers. eLibrary

9781607184676

1-yr
20.00

10

eBooks - Site License
1-yr
124.00
           

Tiger lives in the jungle but Tiggy lives on the porch.  What are the differences between the largest wild cats and our small domestic companions? What are the similarities? Children will learn about a new big cat and little kitty each day of the week in BIG CAT, Little Kitty. Written by Scotti Cohn, Illustrated by Susan Detwiler. Catchy desert twists on traditional children’s songs will have children chiming in about bats, cactuses, camels, meerkats, and more as they learn about the desert habitat, flora, and fauna. Whether sung or read aloud, Deep in the Desert makes learning about the world’s deserts anything but dry. Written by Rhonda Lucas Donald. Illustrated by Sherry Neidigh Chicken Little may have thought the sky was falling but Peter Pika is sure the glaciers are melting and is off to talk to the Mountain Monarch about it. Joined along the way by friends Tammy Ptarmigan, Sally Squirrel, Mandy Marmot, and Harry Hare, they all wonder what will happen to them if the glaciers melt. More importantly, can the Mountain Monarch stop the glaciers from melting? Written by Donna Love, Illustrated by Shennan Bersani. Told in rhyming narrative, Habitat Spy invites children to find plants (or algae), invertebrates, birds, and mammals living in thirteen different North American habitats: backyard, beach, bog, cave, desert, forest, meadow, mountain, ocean, plains, pond, river, and swamp. Children will have fun discovering the characteristics of each habitat as they “spy,” identify, and count the resident plants and animals and learn about the interactions between living and non-living things. Written by Cynthia Kieber-King, Illustrated by Christina Wald.
           
Soar into the Solar System to witness the first Favorite Planet Competition, emceed by none other than the former-ninth planet, now known as dwarf planet Pluto. The readers become the judges after the sun can’t pick a favorite and the meteors leave for a shower. Who will the lucky winning planet be? Readers learn about each planet and will enjoy searching the art for all the references to famous scientists and people of history, space technology, constellations, art, and classic literature. Written by John McGranaghan, Illustrated by Laurie Allen Klein    
           
 
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