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Former astronaut Clayton Anderson takes readers on an A to Z flight through the alphabet from astronaut and blastoff to spacewalk and Zulu Time. Topics cover the history of NASA, science, and practical aspects of being an astronaut using fun poems for each letter paired with longer expository text in the sidebars. Perfect for science buffs, budding astronauts, and astronomy lovers of all ages.
Chaque pays a un passé intéressant et des endroits uniques à visiter. Grâce à ces livres amusants et informatifs, viens découvrir comment les gens vivent dans les différents pays du monde. Toute une collection t'attend!
What animals live in Antarctica? What landforms define the landscape of South America? Find these answers and more in these fact-filled books. A Look at Continents highlights each of Earth's seven continents, their locations, geography, landforms, wildlife, countries, demographics, and more.
A little girl living in a tiny forest house realizes how sad it is to be all alone. She decides it?s time to search for friends, but wonders what makes a good friend. Each day of the week she visits a neighbouring animal-the guinea pigs, house cat, turtle, rabbit, and bears-to hear what they think makes a good friend. At the end of the week, she finds herself alone and friendless in the middle of the village. A young boy approaches and together they go in search of friends only to discover that
Learn about axles, screws, wedges and more with a silly alien engineer who guides readers through hands-on projects that demonstrate the use of simple machines.
On December 20, 1943, a German pilot escorted an American bomber to safety; this remarkable, secret meeting in the sky inspired a lifelong quest to reunite as the two former enemies became friends.
America is a nation of immigrants. This series celebrates the contributions immigrants have made to our country. Each book highlights 12 different immigrants: where they came from, a brief biography, and their notable contribution(s).
Her name is Purple, and she is the only dash of colour in William's gray yard. She asks his name, and when he answers ""Um, well,"" she dubs him Umwell the Gray, then leads him on an exploration of a world that is always new and beautiful to eyes that can see. This story is a celebration of the ever-present newness and change around and within us. Because newness is more readily discernible in nature than in human lives, the story relies on Purple's guidance through the natural world to build a
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.
A little kangaroo named Pocket isn't sure whather pouch is for. She tries putting everythingin it-from flowers to fish. When she gets a holdof a honeycomb, she thinks her pouch would make the perfect honey jar. But when the bees disagree, Pocket runs straight home and finally discovers what a pouch is really for.