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Green Tree Frogs

Emerald Boas and Green Tree Frogs were recommended in the April 2010 Spotlight on Series Nonfiction.

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Capybara

Offering a straightforward introduction to the capybara, a large rodent native to South America, this serviceable book provides a short text and colorful reproductions of stock photographs…

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Using Earth's Underground Heat

Building Greenscrapers and Using Earth’s Underground Heat were recommended in Booklist’s Spotlight on the Environment.

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Booklist Review for Traveling Green

Up-to-date statistics drive the urgent arguments in this lively photo-essay in the Going Green series. Bright, full-color pictures support the facts and the call to readers to walk, cycle,…

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Using Earth's Underground Heat

Building Greenscrapers and Using Earth’s Underground Heat were recommended in Booklist’s Spotlight on the Environment.

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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

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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

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