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Arlington I.S.D. Review of Easy Grassland Origami

This easy to follow step by step instructional origami book. I was able to create the origami. I also appreciate the book has bolded vocabulary words to go along with the different themes of…

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Arlington I.S.D. Review of Plant Facts

Learning about plants is essential in the lower grades, so the plant information in this book provides lots of information— one fact at a time. It begins talking about plant-life with clear…

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Booklist Advance Review of Checks and Balances

This basic civics book presents a defining element of the U.S. federal government’s structure: the balance of power through checks and balances. Giving a nod to ancient Rome’s tripartite…

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Booklist Advance Review of Don't Sweat It: How to Navigate Big Emotions

Cute, colorful monsters help kids manage big feelings in this selection from the Life Works! series (4 titles). Adopting a reassuring tone, the conversational text asks readers to think about

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Arlington I.S.D. Librarian Review of Saving the Silvertip

This graphic nonfiction title by Tim Cooke is an engaging and informative look at how biologists and brothers, John and Frank Craighead, spearheaded the movement to protect grizzly bears in…

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Arlington I.S.D. Review of Pararescue Jumpers

This is a graphic novel written about the pararescue jumpers that worked in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. The story gives a timeline of what occurred when the hurricane hit New…

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Booklist Review of Heroic Dogs

Most kids have a soft spot for pups, so the Heroic Dogs series is sure to be a hit. These early readers each address one specialized canine occupation. Double-page spreads offer brief…

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Arlington I.S.D. Librarian Review of The Beginning of Bread

The Beginning of Bread is part of the Drive Through series. This nonfiction book begins with a fiction character who owns a food truck. The food truck sells sandwiches but is out of bread!

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Arlington I.S.D. Librarian Review of Bearcub Bios: Dwayne Johnson

This book is a great beginning biography book for the younger students. It has colorfulphotographs, large print, a glossary with vocabulary words and a “Did you know?” section in the back…

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Arlington I.S.D. Review of Energy from the Sun

This book is part of a six-book series titled Power Up with Energy. The text is very simple and isaccompanied by pictures supporting the text. The topic of utilizing energy from the sun, is…

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Arlington I.S.D. Review of Seasons of Fun: Winter Winter Weather

This nonfiction book contains some notes at the beginning labeled teaching tips, a table ofcontents, glossary, fun facts page, an index, and additional books and online resources.
Students…

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Arlington I.S.D. Review of The Red Book: What to do when you're Angry

“The Red Book: What to Do When You’re Angry” is a part of a four book series, "Colorful Minds:Tips for Managing Your Emotions – Anger, Excitement, Sadness & Nervousness. This is a great book…

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