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  • Where is the Congo?Where is the Congo?

    Stine, Megan.

    "Running through six countries in the middle of Africa, the Congo Basin contains some of the largest tropical rainforests in the world. Dealing with present-day issues of climate change, it is home to bonobo apes, mountain gorillas, forest elephants, and more. With details about the exploration (and exploitation) by the European colonialists and the aftermath of their arrival in the Congo, this book will give readers a better understanding of the second largest rainforest in the world"--Provided by publisher.

  • Who was J.R.R. TolkienWho was J.R.R. Tolkien

    Pollack, Pam.

    A brief biography of English author J.R.R. Tolkien.

  • 5 worlds5 worlds

    Siegel, Mark, 1967-

    Oona Lee arrives on Salassandra determined to light the yellow beacon and continue her quest to save the Five Worlds from the evil Mimic's influence.

  • Bad Kitty joins the teamBad Kitty joins the team

    Bruel, Nick.

    "Kitty is terribly out of shape and when Kitty's owner catches her wheezing, she is told that it is time to exercise, but it will take a lot of convincing and a bit of trickery to get Kitty into the competitive spirit"--OCLC.

  • Eva and the lost ponyEva and the lost pony

    Elliott, Rebecca.

    Eva decides that warning all the animals in the forest about the approaching storm is a perfect project to prove herself worthy of taking the Owl Oath, but when she stops to help a lost pony and they get caught in the storm, they have to take shelter in a cave, and end up helping each other to stay brave.

  • Eva's big sleepoverEva's big sleepover

    Elliott, Rebecca.

    Eva is planning a big sleepover for her "hatchday" celebration, but one of her friends, Sue, does not seem to want to attend--so Eva must find out what is bothering Sue, and help her get over her first-sleepover jitters.

  • A Grimm warningA Grimm warning

    Colfer, Chris, 1990-

    After thirteen-year-old Conner returns to the Land of Stories and reunites with his twin sister, Alex, who is training to become the next Fairy Godmother, war breaks out in the fairy-tale world.

  • Innovate inside the boxInnovate inside the box : empowering learners through UDL and the innovator's mindset

    Couros, George.

    "The authors share their professional insights and recommendations--drawn from Couros' previous published work the 'Innovator's Mindset' and from Novak's work with Universal Design for Learning (UDL)--to guide teachers and administrators in ways to create learning experiences that are not constrained by established regulations and limitations such as mandatory assessments and preset curriculum"--OCLC.

  • Mac cracks the codeMac cracks the code

    Barnett, Mac.

    "The Queen needs Mac to crack the code and save the Video Game World Championships"--Back cover.

  • Summer readingSummer reading : closing the rich/poor reading achievement gap

    Offers a review of what is known about summer reading loss and provides interventions and guidance on reading, remedial reading, and special education.

  • Super Rabbit Boy blasts off!Super Rabbit Boy blasts off!

    Flintham, Thomas.

    King Viking decides to find another planet where he can carry out his evil plans without interference, and everyone in Animal Town is delighted; then an alien appeals to Super Rabbit Boy for help and he blasts off to once again confront his enemy--but his level one rocket may not be up to the task.

  • The return of Zita the spacegirlThe return of Zita the spacegirl

    Hatke, Ben.

    "Wrongfully imprisoned on a penitentiary planet, Zita has to plot the galaxy's greatest jailbreak before the evil prison warden can execute his plan of interstellar domination!"--From publisher's web site.

  • Accidental trouble magnetAccidental trouble magnet

    Mian, Zanib.

    "Imaginative Omar goes through the ups and downs of starting a new school and making new friends with the help of his wonderful (and silly) Muslim family"--Provided by publisher.

  • A rainbow of my ownA rainbow of my own

    Freeman, Don, 1908-1978.

    A small boy imagines what it would be like to have his own rainbow to play with.

  • School-trippedSchool-tripped

    Holm, Jennifer L.

    "When Babymouse's art class goes on a field trip to the museum, she decides to test her freedom by exploring the Big City without a chaperone"--Provided by publisher.

  • If I built a schoolIf I built a school

    Van Dusen, Chris.

    Imaginative Jack describes the kind of school he would build--one full of animals, with tubes to transport students directly to their classrooms, and library books that come alive.

  • Legends of Zita the spacegirlLegends of Zita the spacegirl

    Hatke, Ben.

    Zita is determined to find her way home to Earth, but her exploits have made her an intergallactic megastar, and as her true self is eclipsed by her public persona, she faces a robot doppelganger, unsure of who she can trust.

  • The library of everThe library of ever

    Alexander, Zeno.

    "Lenora is having a very frustrating summer while her parents have adventures around the globe--until she discovers a strange doorway in her local library. It leads to the Library--the ultimate library, filled with all the knowledge of the universe. And Lenora steps right up to become its newest apprentice librarian. Lenora's new job rockets her across the globe and into outer space, to a future filled with robots, and to a dark nothingness that wants to destroy the library. She quickly learns the only way to save it might be unlocking the knowledge inside its endless shelves"--Provided by publisher.

  • Never box with a kangarooNever box with a kangaroo

    Krulik, Nancy E.

    Sparky's magic bone takes him to Australia, where he finds himself helping a puppy with no home.

  • What is LEGO?What is LEGO?

    O'Connor, Jim.

    "The LEGO toy company was founded in 1934 by a Danish carpenter who loved making wooden pull toys. From its humble beginnings, the company has lived up to its name--which comes from the Danish phrase meaning to always "play well"--encouraging children to use their imagination and build whatever they can dream up . . . describes how a simple concept--small plastic bricks that snap together--morphed into a cultural phenomenon"--Provided by publisher.

  • CatStronautsCatStronauts : race to Mars

    Brockington, Drew.

    "With national pride and valuable scientific research on the line, the CatStronauts race against the CosmoCats and others to be the first cats to Mars"--Provided by publisher.

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  • Accidental trouble magnetAccidental trouble magnet

    Mian, Zanib.

    "Imaginative Omar goes through the ups and downs of starting a new school and making new friends with the help of his wonderful (and silly) Muslim family"--Provided by publisher.

  • Innovate inside the boxInnovate inside the box : empowering learners through UDL and the innovator's mindset

    Couros, George.

    "The authors share their professional insights and recommendations--drawn from Couros' previous published work the 'Innovator's Mindset' and from Novak's work with Universal Design for Learning (UDL)--to guide teachers and administrators in ways to create learning experiences that are not constrained by established regulations and limitations such as mandatory assessments and preset curriculum"--OCLC.

  • Summer readingSummer reading : closing the rich/poor reading achievement gap

    Offers a review of what is known about summer reading loss and provides interventions and guidance on reading, remedial reading, and special education.

  • Three cheers for TackyThree cheers for Tacky

    Lester, Helen.

    Tacky the penguin adds his own unique touch to his team's routine at the Penguin Cheering Contest, with surprising results.

  • North CarolinaNorth Carolina

    Alex, Nan.

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