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Paper Crafts for Mardi Gras

by Randel McGee

Dress up as a jester or a king or queen and lead a Mardi Gras parade! Follow storyteller Randel McGee as he explores the history and symbols of Mardi Gras in PAPER CRAFTS FOR MARDI GRAS. Create a Columbina mask,...


Paper Crafts for Easter

by Randel McGee

Coloring eggs are a fun thing to do for Easter. Make your own Easter egg stands to show them off! Join storyteller Randel McGee as he explores Easter in PAPER CRAFTS FOR EASTER. He will show you how to create...


Weather Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Robert Gardner, Tom LaBaff & Stephanie LaBaff

How is a cloud formed? What is thunder and lightning, really? Why is summer hot and winter cold? There are so many things to discover about the weather! This book will give young scientists a great start in...


Plant and Animal Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Yael Calhoun

How do land and aquatic plants differ? How do birds mark their territories and attract mates? How are seeds protected from being eaten by animals? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, you...


Genetics and Evolution Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Robert Gardner & Stephanie LaBaff

Why do some humans have curved thumbs while others have straight thumbs? What is DNA? What happens during cell division? Using easy-to-find materials, young scientists will explore genetics, evolution, and classification,...


Ecosystem Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Pam Walker & Elaine Wood

How do cool temperatures affect the activity of a fish? Do earthworms prefer to live in light or darkness? Do weeds interfere with the growth of other plants? Find the answers by doing the fun and simple experiments...


Planet Earth Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Robert Gardner, Tom LaBaff & Stephanie LaBaff

Does Earth turn? How does the Moon's appearance change? How can you accurately map an outdoor area? Our planet is a great place to start experimenting! The simple projects in this book will help young scientists...


Earth Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Yael Calhoun, Tom LaBaff & Stephanie LaBaff

Volcanoes, mountains, and earthquakes! Fossils, glaciers, and crystals! Earth science has so many fun topics to explore, and this book is the best place to start understanding geology. Young scientists will...


Cell and Microbe Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Kenneth G. Rainis

Cells and microbes are found everywhere, from inside your mouth to the puddle in your backyard. The simple experiments in this book will help you begin to understand this important topic. If you are interested...


Environmental Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Thomas R. Rybolt, Robert C. Mebane & Tom LaBaff

What is the best way to clean oil off feathers? How does soil erosion affect plant growth and food supply? Can the force in wind be used to generate electricity? The answers can be found by doing the fun and...


1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die

by Tom Moon

The musical adventure of a lifetime. The most exciting book on music in years. A book of treasure, a book of discovery, a book to open your ears to new worlds of pleasure. Doing for music what Patricia Schultz—author...


National Geographic Kids Chapters: Courageous Canine: And More True Stories of Amazing Animal Heroes

by Kelly Milner Halls

National Geographic Kids Chapter books pick up where the best-selling National Geographic Readers series leaves off, offering young animal lovers who are ready for short chapters lively, true stories just...


National Geographic Kids Chapters: Best Friends Forever: And More True Stories of Animal Friendships

by Amy Shields

This is the first in a line of four books within the National Geographic Kids Chapters series that explore unexpected animal bonds. In this book you'll meet four unlikely pairings, including Billy and Lilly....


Tell the World

by WritersCorps

Through poetry we tell the world who we are, where we're from, what we love, what we think, how we feel, and why we hope. Tell the World is a stunning collection of poems by teens who have taken part in workshops...


Andrew in Miss Plum's Class

by Karen A. Jones

Join Andrew, a third grader, as he learns how to treat others and find true happiness after his family is divided. If you are looking for a children's book that teaches Christian values and contains adventure,...


A Writer's Notebook

by Ralph Fletcher

Writers are like other people, except for at least one important difference. Other people have daily thoughts and feelings, notice this sky or that smell, but they don't do much about it.

Not writers. Writers...


Supper at Emmaus and Other Art Tales

by Michael Wooff

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Here are a handful of tales to be scattered like seed, some of which may germinate hopefully, leading some readers to seek out the works of art around which these five tales, without exception, revolve....


What Is Sign Language?

by Deborah Kent

For people who are deaf, learning language is different. Many learn sign language to let people know what they are thinking or feeling. They motion with their hands, faces, and bodies to communicate. Learn the...


What Is Braille?

by Deborah Kent

Many people who are blind learn Braille in order to read. This innovative code allows them to read everything from popular books to maps and signs as well as write their own books. Learn the history of Braille,...


What Is It Like to Be Deaf?

by Deborah Kent

The world is quieter if you are deaf. What is that like? How do people who are deaf or hard of hearing communicate? How do videophones work? Learn all about sign language, hearing aids, and the latest technology...