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What kind of bird has a beak like a jackhammer? A woodpecker! What kind has a beak like a straw? A hummingbird! This playful picture book keeps readers guessing as they discover how birds' beaks resemble-and can be used like-tools.
Henrietta Szold founded Hadassah, the Jewish women's social justice organization, in 1912, determined to help the starving families she saw in Palestine. Hadassah served everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, or national origin, and continues its mission to this day.
A girl who responds to the song that calls to her serves as an example to those who have forgotten how to listen to their lives, how to discern music from noise, how to follow the path of mystery and adventure set before them.
Immerse yourself in the world of the paranormal with stories inspired by true events. Each book is ready to scare with an account of creatures and events that are truly strange-and often terrifying! Do human fear and superstition explain the existence of zombies and ghosts, or can science offer an explanation? Check out this series and decide for yourself!
Spring has a pair of tender hands. It breaks the eggshells with gentle knocks. It caresses the wet wings of baby birds and the dandelion-like fluff of chicks and ducklings. . . .This lyrical poetry collection, originally published in China and beautifully illustrated, examines the wonders of the seasons through the lens of the plants, animals, wind and sunshine that inhabit the season.
Everyone makes mistakes, and Harry Coover is no different. A brilliant scientist, Harry keeps making the same extra-sticky mistake, but he begins to wonder whether it's not such a mistake after allà
After his mother goes missing, twelve-year-old science lover Finn discovers that the women in his family are time travelers. To find his mom, he'll have to put his trust in something bigger than logic.
When a child makes a wish, where does it go? Like a tiny seed carried on the wind, a wish journeys through adversity, takes root, and grows.
Make A World of Origami in this super fun series. Clear, step-by-step instructions and photos guide readers as they learn to fold animals and plants from habitats around the world. Fun facts teach the reader more about the creatures and places in each book as they work their maker muscles. Just grab some paper and get folding at home or in the classroom.
This delightful picture book series includes activities and discussion points at the back to further develop an understanding of the natural world.