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NSTA Recommends Arapaima

Apex Predators of the Amazon Rain Forest: Arapaima stands out among books about predators because of its engaging formatting and its questioning strategies that propel the reader forward through the texts. In addition, it has clear, crisp photographs that are closely paired to the…

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NSTA Recommends Bull Shark

Apex Predators of the Amazon Rain Forest: Bull Shark stands out among books about predators because of its engaging formatting and its questioning strategies that propel the reader forward through the texts. In addition, it has clear, crisp photographs that are closely paired to the…

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NSTA Recommends Electric Eel

Apex Predators of the Amazon Rain Forest: Electric Eel stands out among books about predators because of its engaging formatting and its questioning strategies that propel the reader forward through the texts. In addition, it has clear, crisp photographs that are closely paired to…

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NSTA Recommends Giant Otter

Apex Predators of the Amazon Rain Forest: Giant Otter stands out among books about predators because of its engaging formatting and its questioning strategies that propel the reader forward through the texts. In addition, it has clear, crisp photographs that are closely paired to the…

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Booklist Review for Turtle

While some young readers may be familiar with the life cycle of sea turtles, this volume in the See Them Grow series focuses instead on the birth and growth of pond-dwelling painted turtles. They may not make the same treacherous journey to the ocean as their sea-dwelling cousins…

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Booklist Review for Valley of the Golden Mummies: A Giant Cemetery

This volume in the Egypt’s Ancient Secrets series follows renowned Egyptologist Zahi Hawaas on an exciting 1996 dig near the Bahariya Oasis in Egypt’s Western Desert. After hearing about a donkey that stumbled in a hole containing a golden burial mask, Hawaas rushed to the scene and…

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Booklist Review for My Senses

This entry in the Get Started with STEM series limits its examination of human senses to the traditional five, combining simple facts with multiple, easy demonstrations, and offering a sturdy balance of basic biology and active experiments. Having learned, for instance, about rods…

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School Library Journal Review for See Them Grow

Well-designed introductions to animal development that pair simple text with clear photographs. The sequences showing embryo development in Chicken and Turtle are particularly effective. Close-up photos sometimes span an entire spread and will hold the attention of listeners, who can view…

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School Library Journal Review of See Them Grow

Well-designed introductions to animal development that pair simple text with clear photographs. The sequences showing embryo development in Chicken and Turtle are particularly effective. Close-up photos sometimes span an entire spread and will hold the attention of listeners, who can view…

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School Library Journal Review of See Them Grow

Well-designed introductions to animal development that pair simple text with clear photographs. The sequences showing embryo development in Chicken and Turtle are particularly effective. Close-up photos sometimes span an entire spread and will hold the attention of listeners, who can view…

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School Library Journal Review for Egypt's Ancient Secrets

The “secrets” of ancient Egypt are revealed through visits to archaeological excavations and analysis of what they reveal about Egyptian civilization. Spreads have several paragraphs of text, with sufficient background and detail. . . .Illustrations are an eye-catching mix of well-captioned…

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School Library Journal Review for Tiptoe Into Scary Places

Elementary schoolers are invited to enter the realm of the paranormal and discover real-life grisly murders, hauntings, and curses. Each volume retells a handful of spooky tales, from ghosts at the Millicent Library in Fairhaven, MA, to vampires at the legendary Panteón de Belén cemetery in…

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