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Be nifty! Be thrifty! Great crafts for all kids!


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American Humane Pet


Care Library
• Approved by American Humane
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• Addresses the selection, housing, diet, handling, grooming, and health of the pet
Each Title $23.93/$17.95
• 7 1/2” x 9” 48pp.
• Illus. with color and black-and-white photographs and illustrations
• Contains a glossary, a further reading list, Internet addresses, and an index
• Supports the Science curriculum
• Dewey: 600s
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Be sure to give
Birds: How to Choose and Care for a Bird get to know
your new pet
you and its
time to

Laura S. Jeffrey ©2004 . . . . . . . .0-7660-2515-2 . . .978-0-7660-2515-8 L4.9/P1.0 A new home.

Cats: How to Choose and Care for a Cat 4


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Dogs: How to Choose and Care for a Dog Ta k in g Ca re
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Fish: How to Choose and Care for a Fish of Yo u r C a t
Laura S. Jeffrey ©2004 . . . . . . . .0-7660-2517-9 . . .978-0-7660-2517-2 L4.8/P1.0 A
Hamsters, Gerbils, Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Ferrets, Mice, and Rats: You probably
cannot wait to
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time holding
How to Choose and Care for a Small Mammal new cat. But
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Laura S. Jeffrey ©2004 . . . . . . . .0-7660-2518-7 . . .978-0-7660-2518-9 L5.3/P1.0 A plenty of time
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Horses: How to Choose and Care for a Horse you. When you
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to get to know people, cats

L4.9/P1.0 A
first bring your
Laura S. Jeffrey ©2004 . . . . . . . .0-7660-2519-5 . . .978-0-7660-2519-6 it in one room
. The cat will
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Animals After Dark


• High interest
• Great for reports on nocturnal animals
• Large, readable text
• Includes a Fun Facts section and a picture glossary
Each Title $22.60/$16.95
• 9” x 7 1/2” 32pp.
• Illus. with color photographs
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• Supports the elementary Science curriculum
• Dewey: 500s
Series Set (6) $135.60/$101.70
Alligators and Crocodiles: Hunters of the Night
Elaine Landau ©2008 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2771-6 . . .978-0-7660-2771-8 L4.1/P0.5 A
Bats: Hunters of the Night
Elaine Landau ©2008 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2772-4 . . .978-0-7660-2772-5 L3.6/P0.5 A
ards live in Afri
ca and Asia. Leo
pards
rts. Lions,
Big Cats: Hunters of the Night
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L3.6/P0.5 A
ts Live
ntains, and dese Elaine Landau ©2008 . . . . . . .0-7660-2770-8 . . .978-0-7660-2770-1
grasslands, mou

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y also live in ope e animals
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freezing cold
areas of Sibe ria as
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s. They Owls: Hunters of the Night
Jaguars are the
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fore sts and swa mpy
Elaine Landau ©2008 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2768-6 . . .978-0-7660-2768-8 L3.7/P0.5 A
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A male and fema sun sets. The
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lion lives
daytime rest
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lions are in the a.
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Most big cats
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Raccoons: Scavengers of the Night
mark the area
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by scratching
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Houston-area author, Carmen Bredeson,


has unique access to NASA. The design is
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• Covers curriculum topics for first
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• Current, up-to-date coverage of
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?
tem
moon

sys • Written by a prolific Houston-area


olar
he s
t is t
author with unique access to
Wha Sun Earth NASA
• Easy to read for beginning readers
t
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family.
nd its
Sun a
stem is the th e Sun is 5
lar sy und
The so oes aro Earth
that g es the
thing includ
Every fa mily. It ero ids,
f this ast
part o oons,
ets, m
oth er plan
and
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and co

olar system is the Sun


actual size text
“The book is simply and clearly written.”
—TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, March
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I Like Dinosaurs!
• World renowned paleoartist Michael Skrepnick has worked with paleontologists
around the world
• Introduces young readers to the scientific world of dinosaurs
• Books include the most recent discoveries and are reviewed by a dinosaur expert
Each Title $21.26/$15.95
• 7 1/2” x 9” 24pp.
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• Contains words to know, a further reading list, Internet addresses, and an index
• Supports the Science curriculum
• Dewey: 500s
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Diplodocus—Gigantic Long-Necked Dinosaur
Michael W. Skrepnick ©2005 . . . .0-7660-2622-1 . . .978-0-7660-2622-3 L2.9/P0.5 A
Sinosauropteryx—Mysterious Feathered Dinosaur
Michael W. Skrepnick ©2005 . . . .0-7660-2623-X . . .978-0-7660-2623-0 L3.2/P0.5 A Another
DinosaurFeathered
Triceratops—Mighty Three-Horned Dinosaur Fossil
Michael W. Skrepnick ©2005 . . . .0-7660-2620-5 . . .978-0-7660-2620-9 L3.2/P0.5 A
Tyrannosaurus Rex—Fierce King of the Dinosaurs
Michael W. Skrepnick ©2005 . .0-7660-2621-3 . . .978-0-7660-2621-6 L3.5/P0.5 A

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fossil from the moved
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found. Sinornit could not fly.
hosaurus
“. . . a nice beginning dino research (SYN or nith oh
was also a sm
SOR us)
all meat-
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book . . .” —Highlands Regional Library Cooperative, covered in sof
feathers, too.
It was
t, fuzzy
Sharp claws
May 2005, on Tyrannosaurus Rex—Fierce King of the on its feet hel
ped it hunt.

Dinosaurs
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I Like Reptiles
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• Easy-to-read animal books for new readers
• Includes color photographs of animals in their habitats

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• 9” x 7 1/2” 24pp.
• Illus. with color photographs and illustrations
• Contains words to know, learn more, Internet addresses,
and an index
• Supports the National Science Education standards for K–4 life science
• Dewey: 500s
Series Set (6) $127.56/$95.70
Fun Facts About Alligators!
Carmen Bredeson ©2008 .. .0-7660-2786-4 . . .978-0-7660-2786-2 L2.7/P0.5 A
Fun Facts About Frogs!
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Fun Facts About Lizards!
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TURTL ES Fun Facts About Salamanders!


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THE SAME?
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Galapagos Tortoi

Fun Facts About Snakes!


k like paddles. Carmen Bredeson ©2008 . . . . . .0-7660-2787-2 . . .978-0-7660-2787-9 L2.4/P0.5 A
e feet that loo
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Fun Facts About Turtles!
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I Like Science! Bilingual


• Delivers on the need for bilingual books in science
• Meet a real scientist
• Age-appropriate vocabulary and full-color photos
• Hands-on experiments help readers learn
Each Title $21.26/$15.95
• 7 1/2” x 9” 24pp.
• Illus. with color photographs and illustrations
• Contains words to know, an experiment, a further reading list, Internet addresses,
an index, and a note to parents and teachers
• Supports the Science curriculum
• Dewey: Most Titles 500s
Series Set (6) $127.56/$95.70 How do astronauts liv
e in space?
In the space shu
Descubriendo dinosaurios con un cazador de fósiles/ everywhere. Slee
ttle, astronauts
float
Discovering Dinosaurs with a Fossil Hunter NEW for SPRING! Toilets have a
ping bags are
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tied to walls.
Judith Williams ©2008 . . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2978-6 . . .978-0-7660-2978-1 L3.5/P0.5 A .

En busca de tormentas con un científico/ ¿Cómo viven los astron Astronauts exe
They take spo
rcise to stay stro
nge baths to kee
ng.
autas
Searching for Storms with a Scientist NEW for FALL! en el espaci
o?
p clean.

Judith Williams ©2009 . . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2980-8 . . .978-0-7660-2980-4 L/P TBD A En el transbo


rdador espacia
Los astronauta
s
l, los astronauta hacen ejercici
flotan por tod o para
Explorando el espacio con una astronauta/ dormir están
os lados. Las bols
as para
s mantenerse fuer
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Exploring Space with an Astronaut NEW for SPRING! inodoros tienen
amarradas a las
paredes. Los
Se dan baños
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Patricia J. Murphy ©2008 . . . . . . .0-7660-2977-8 . . .978-0-7660-2977-4 L3.6/P0.5 A un cinturón de
seguridad.
esponja para
mantenerse lim
pios.
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available in both English
and Bilingual Editions I Like Science!
• High-interest science topics for elementary readers
• Meet a real scientist
• Age-appropriate vocabulary and full-color photos
• Hands-on experiments help readers learn
Each Title $21.26/$15.95
• 7 ½” x 9” 24pp.
• Illus. with color photographs and illustrations
• Contains words to know, an experiment, a further reading list, Internet addresses,
an index, and a note to parents and teachers
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• Dewey: Most TItles 500s
Series Set (10) $212.60/$159.50
Discovering a New Animal with a Scientist
Darrin Lunde ©2008 . . . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2815-1 . . .978-0-7660-2815-9 . .L3.7/P0.5 A
i.
Nalini Nadkarn
M eet scientist Scientist Nalini
wants to know
the whole rain
how the canopy
forest.
Discovering Dinosaurs with a Fossil Hunter
Judith Williams ©2004 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2267-6 . . .978-0-7660-2267-6 . .L2.6/P0.5 A
is important to
st scientist. She
Discovering Underwater Secrets with a Nature Photographer
Nalini is a fore Patricia J. Murphy . . . . . . .0-7660-2816-X . . .978-0-7660-2816-6 . .L3.3/P0.5 A
s live, breathe, ©2008
learns how tree
rain forest.
and grow in the Exploring Space with an Astronaut
Patricia J. Murphy ©2004 . . . . . . .0-7660-2268-4 . . .978-0-7660-2268-3 . .L3.0/P0.5 A
Exploring the Rain Forest Treetops with a Scientist
Judith Williams ©2004 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2294-3 . . .978-0-7660-2294-2 . .L3.4/P0.5 A
Investigating Insects with a Scientist
Patricia J. Murphy ©2004 . . . . . . .0-7660-2270-6 . . .978-0-7660-2270-6 . .L3.0/P0.5 A
Peeking at Plants with a Scientist
Patricia J. Murphy ©2004 . . . . . . .0-7660-2266-8 . . .978-0-7660-2266-9 . .L2.8/P0.5 A
Saving Endangered Animals with a Scientist
Judith Williams ©2004 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2276-5 . . .978-0-7660-2276-8 . .L3.5/P0.5 A
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studies how canopy plants grow
. Searching for Stormy Weather with a Scientist
Scientist Nalini Judith Williams ©2004 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2271-4 . . .978-0-7660-2271-3 . .L2.7/P0.5 A
6 Visiting Volcanoes with a Scientist
Catherine McGlone ©2004 . . . . .0-7660-2269-2 . . .978-0-7660-2269-0 . .L3.3/P0.5 A

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I Like the Seasons!


• With easy-to-read text, this series introduces readers to the seasons, including basic
weather conditions and how weather changes
• Supports the K–4 National Science Education Standards and includes a note to
parents and teachers
• Includes a simple, hands-on investigation using common household items

Each Title $21.26/$15.95


• 7 ½” x 9” 24pp.
• Illus. with color photographs and illustrations
• Contains words to know, a further reading list, Internet addresses, and an index
• Supports the Science and Reading curricula
• Dewey: 500s
Series Set (4) $85.04/$63.80
What Happens in Fall?
Sara L. Latta ©2006 . . . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2417-2 . . .978-0-7660-2417-5 L2.5/P0.5 A
What Happens in Spring?
Sara L. Latta ©2006 . . . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2419-9 . . .978-0-7660-2419-9 L2.6/P0.5 A
What Happens in Summer?
Sara L. Latta ©2006 . . . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2416-4 . . .978-0-7660-2416-8 L2.5/P0.5 A Winter, spr ing
, summer, fal
Each season
lasts about thr
four seasons l—these are the The seasons ee months.
What Happens in Winter? of the year.
then back to
change from
cold to warm
,
Sara L. Latta ©2006 . . . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2418-0 . . .978-0-7660-2418-2 L2.8/P0.5 A winter warmest sea
cold. Summe
r is the
son.
spr ing
summer
fall

“. . . visually appealing.” —Delaware County


Library System, December 15, 2006, on What Happens
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4

I Like Weather!
• Introduces young readers to basic weather conditions and how weather changes
• Simple, hands-on investigation using common household items helps readers learn
about the weather and seasons
• Each book includes a simple experiment

Each Title $21.26/$15.95


• 7 ½” x 9” 24pp.
• Illus. with color photographs and illustrations
• Contains an experiment, words to know, a further reading list, Internet addresses,
and an index
• Supports the Science curriculum
• Dewey: 500s
Series Set (4) $85.04/$63.80
How Does the Sun Make Weather?
Judith Williams ©2005 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2317-6 . . .978-0-7660-2317-8 L2.2/P0.5 A
Why Is It Raining?
Judith Williams ©2005 ..... .0-7660-2318-4 . . .978-0-7660-2318-5 L2.7/P0.5 A
Why Is It Snowing?
Judith Williams ©2005 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2319-2 . . .978-0-7660-2319-2 L2.5/P0.5 A
Why Is It Windy?
ans. It sinks L2.2/P0.5 A
, lakes, and oce Judith Williams ©2005 . . . . . . . . .0-7660-2320-6 . . .978-0-7660-2320-8
Rain fills rivers . Som e underground
d, too
into the groun ans.
ck into the oce
water flows ba

more water
shines again,
When the sun or. Then the
water cycle
ter vap
tur ns to wa on sunny days,
r again. Even
begins all ove
getting ready
to l!
fal “Useful for elementary reports on rain.”
raindrops are
—TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, May
19 2005, on Why Is It Raining?

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Explores science through the concept


of change – from how caterpillars become
butterflies, to how babies
become grown-ups. Sun
Features
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helps improve Science skills for NCLB
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Interest Level:
GRADES 1–3 Elementary

My First Pet Bi l i ngual


Li b rary from the American
Humane Association
• Bilingual (English/Spanish) series provides easy-reading books about pet care
• Series includes both leisure reading topics and topics that will supplement the need
for books about animals in the curriculum
• Introduces young readers to animals and pet care through high-interest topics
• Teaches young children what goes into caring for a pet
Each Title $22.60/$16.95
• 7 1/2” x 9” 32pp.
• Illus. with color and black-and-white illustrations
• Contains a glossary, a further reading list, Internet addresses, and an index
• Supports the Science and Social Studies Curriculum
• Dewey: 600s
Series Set (6) $135.60/$101.70
Mi primer caballo/My First Horse NEW for FALL!
Linda Bozzo ©2009 . . . . . . . . . . . .0-7660-3035-0 . . .978-0-7660-3035-0 L/P TBD A
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