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Freaky Big Airplanes

In a browsing item par excellence, Goldish introduces nine existing mega-aircraft, from the 840-passenger Airbus A380 to the 159-foot-long B-52 bomber. The simply phrased narrative and captions describe what each vehicle carries, along with top speed, full weight, and other basic facts. The…

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Bug-a-Licious

Students develop a comfort zone based on what is familiar to them, and that includes foods they have eaten. Foods outside their comfort zone are “gross” or “yucky!” Reading Bug-a-licious can help students realize that not everyone is raised with the same culinary preferences or dislikes…

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The Ant's Nest

Aronin’s contribution to the Spectacular Animal Towns series gives only a glimpse of the physical construction of ant colonies, but children will still come away with an appreciation of the extraordinary insects that build them. Using straightforward language, the author introduces one…

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Freaky Big Airplanes

In a browsing item par excellence, Goldish introduces nine existing mega-aircraft, from the 840-passenger Airbus A380 to the 159-foot-long B-52 bomber. The simply phrased narrative and captions describe what each vehicle carries, along with top speed, full weight, and other basic facts. The…

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Bug-a-Licious

From plump, sweet honey ants to dragonflies fried on a stick, the insects served up in this volume are considered delicious treats around the world. Each spread pairs standout color photos of bug-based dishes with a short, lively description of how and where the six-legged delicacies are…

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Spider-tizers

Baby Bug Dishes and Spider-tizers and Other Creepy Treats were recommended in the April 2009 Spotlight on Series Nonfiction.

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Bug-a-Licious

From plump, sweet honey ants to dragonflies fried on a stick, the insects served up in this volume are considered delicious treats around the world. Each spread pairs standout color photos of bug-based dishes with a short, lively description of how and where the six-legged delicacies are…

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Spider-tizers

Baby Bug Dishes and Spider-tizers and Other Creepy Treats were recommended in the April 2009 Spotlight on Series Nonfiction.

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Arctic Fox

While there is certainly no shortage of books about animals for young readers, the Uncommon Animals series manages to profile some fairly undercovered critters. In this case, the focus is on an animal that children are highly unlikely to ever encounter due to the fact that it lives “farther…

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Arctic Fox

While there is certainly no shortage of books about animals for young readers, the Uncommon Animals series manages to profile some fairly undercovered critters. In this case, the focus is on an animal that children are highly unlikely to ever encounter due to the fact that it lives “farther…

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Bloodthirsty Mosquitoes

Most spreads consist of a full-page sharp, color close-up of one or more of the featured insects facing five short sentences of text. In some sections, smaller photos of body parts, egg cases, etc., also appear. The images are remarkably detailed, showing, for example, wing membranes and…

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Beautiful Butterflies

With a minimum of scientific terms, each title describes a few general characteristics of all insects and some distinctive characteristics of those that are featured here. On each chapter spread, several short sentences of text, set against a pastel background, are illustrated by a…

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