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Fossil Hunters

Dinosaurs are a high-interest topic, and this book will not remain on any library shelf for long. Teachers may begin by reading it aloud, but then students will want to borrow it. While at first glance this might appear to be another reading book about science, on careful examination the…

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Superfast Cars

Descriptions of fast, powerful cars will catch the attention of readers interested in drag racing and speed. A bibliography and an index are included.

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Michael J. Fox

Full review of Michael J. Fox: I Can Make a Difference! and Jean Driscoll: Dream Big, Work Hard! available in the December 2006 issue of School Library Journal.

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Jean Driscoll

Full review of Michael J. Fox: I Can Make a Difference! and Jean Driscoll: Dream Big, Work Hard! available in the December 2006 issue of School Library Journal.

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Superfast Cars

Descriptions of fast, powerful cars will catch the attention of readers interested in drag racing and speed. A bibliography and an index are included.

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Michael J. Fox

Full review of Michael J. Fox: I Can Make a Difference! and Jean Driscoll: Dream Big, Work Hard! available in the December 2006 issue of School Library Journal.

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Upsets and Comebacks

The theme of each title in the series is an individual or team that has in some way defied the odds to emerge as winners. The format varies slightly depending on the type of sport. For instance, the focus of the book on tennis is Venus Williams and details of her life growing up in a tough…

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Which Came First?

Students and teachers will be lining up to check out this series, which incorporates a guessing game with lessons of history, economics, science and sociology. Each title consists of 10 paired inventions covering Household Inventions, Communication Inventions, Clothing Creations, Sporting…

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Smart Animals

Did you know that dolphins and chimpanzees recognize themselves in the mirror? Ever heard of a police pig? The Smart Animals series offers vibrant books on intelligent animals. Each book has numerous photos, engaging stories, habitat maps and clearly written information on other animals in…

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Upsets and Comebacks

The theme of each title in the series is an individual or team that has in some way defied the odds to emerge as winners. The format varies slightly depending on the type of sport. For instance, the focus of the book on tennis is Venus Williams and details of her life growing up in a tough…

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Which Came First?

Students and teachers will be lining up to check out this series, which incorporates a guessing game with lessons of history, economics, science and sociology. Each title consists of 10 paired inventions covering Household Inventions, Communication Inventions, Clothing Creations, Sporting…

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Fossil Hunters

While most books about scientists lack any real conflict, this volume from the new Fossil Hunters series tells of the Bone Wars, a clash between two American paleontologists. In 1868 at the Haddonfield, New Jersey marl pit, Othniel Marsh and Edward Cope established a cooperative…

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