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Vulture Verses

Author: Diane Lang
Publisher: Prospect Park Books
ISBN: 9781938849640
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A collection of poems and illustrations that help children appreciate and befriend even the scariest critters.

Fur Feather Fin All Of Us Are Kin

Author: Diane Lang
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481447106
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Come along on a rhyming tour through the amazing animal kingdom—from mammals to millipedes and everything in between—with this engaging picture book about how all creatures are connected! There are so many wild and wonderful animals in our world. Some have fur, some have feathers, some have fins, but all are connected. This fact-filled rhyming exploration of the diversity of the animal kingdom celebrates mammals, birds, insects, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and more! It’s a perfect match for budding naturalists and animal enthusiasts everywhere.

Animals Nobody Loves

Author: Seymour Simon
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452109028
Size: 33.96 MB
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In 26 giant photographs—of a roaring grizzly, a piranhas razor-sharp teeth, a rattlesnakes poisonous fangs—Seymour Simon reveals the truth about natures most misunderstood animals and lets the reader decide what to really think about natures grossest, fiercest, and most fascinating survivors.

Kobee Manatee

Author: Robert Scott Thayer
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780988326941
Size: 26.95 MB
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Kobee Manatee wants to surprise his sister Kim, who lives in the Bahamas, on her birthday. But it won't be easy to get there from Key West, Florida. Kobee travels across the mighty Atlantic Ocean and into the strong Gulf Stream current. Not only that it's hurricane season! Can Kobee and his friends Tess, the seahorse and Pablo, the hermit crab, travel safely through all of the wild tropical weather coming their way? A thrilling tale loaded with surprises, fun, and exciting facts about weather. This is the second title in the Kobee Manatee children's informational picture book series.

The Fat Boy Chronicles

Author: Diane Lang
Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press
ISBN: 1410307522
Size: 61.55 MB
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It's bad enough being the new kid, but as a freshman, Jimmy finds school less enjoyable than many of his classmates. Standing 5'5" and weighing 187 pounds, he's subjected to a daily barrage of taunts and torments. His only sources of comfort are his family, his youth group, and his favorite foods. When his English teacher assigns a journal as a writing project, Jimmy chronicles not only his struggles but also his aspirations - to lose weight and win the girl of his dreams. Inspired by a true story and told in first-person journal entries, The Fat Boy Chronicles brings to life the pain and isolation felt by many overweight teenagers as they try to find their way in a world obsessed with outward beauty.

Hypnotize A Tiger

Author: Calef Brown
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 080509928X
Size: 50.61 MB
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The best-selling creator of Flamingos on the Roof presents a nonsense poetry collection that tackles a variety of themes and poetic styles, and is designed for appeal to slightly older students. Simultaneous eBook.

Vulture

Author: Thom van Dooren
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1861899998
Size: 54.65 MB
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Simply because they are large scavenging birds, vultures are often viewed as harbingers of death. But, as Thom van Dooren shows in this cultural and natural history, that dominant association leaves us with a very one-dimensional understanding of a group of actually rather fascinating and diverse creatures. Vulture offers an enlightening new history of this much-misunderstood bird. Vultures vary in type and size, and while some have a diet mainly of bone, others are actually almost completely vegetarian. Most interesting, despite its notorious association with death, the vulture very rarely, if ever, kills for itself. In different cultural mythologies, vultures play a role in disposing of the dead and officiating over human sacrifices, but they have often been viewed as courageous and noble creatures as well—believed to be indispensable in the containment of waste and disease and even to be world creators and divine mothers. Van Dooren explores these many histories, from some of the earliest-known Neolithic sites in which vultures are thought to have consumed the dead to contemporary efforts to reintroduce the bearded vulture into the Alps. Highlighting the rich diversity of vultures and the many ways in which people have understood and lived with them, Vulture invites a new appreciation and wonder for these incredible birds.

Hiroshima Boy

Author: Naomi Hirahara
Publisher: Prospect Park Books
ISBN: 1945551097
Size: 40.42 MB
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LA gardener Mas Arai returns to Hiroshima to bring his best friend’s ashes to a relative on the tiny offshore island of Ino, only to become embroiled in the mysterious death of a teenage boy who was about the same age Mas was when he survived the atomic bomb in 1945. The boy’s death affects the elderly, often-curmudgeonly, always-reluctant sleuth, who cannot return home to Los Angeles until he finds a way to see justice served. Naomi Hirahara is the Edgar-winning author of the Mas Arai mystery series, including Summer of the Big Bachi, Blood Hina, Strawberry Yellow, and Sayonara Slam. She is also the author of the LA-based Ellie Rush mysteries, published by Penguin. Her Mas Arai books have earned such honors as Publishers Weekly’s Best Book of the Year and one of the Chicago Tribune’s Ten Best Mysteries and Thrillers. The Stanford University alumna was born and raised in Altadena, CA, where her protagonist lives; she now resides in neighboring Pasadena.

I M Trying To Love Spiders

Author: Bethany Barton
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698148045
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The Official Spider Test. What do you do when you see a spider? a. Lay on a BIG spidey smoocheroo. b. Smile, but back away slowly. c. Grab the closest object, wind up, and let it fly. d. Run away screaming. If you chose b, c, or d, then this book is for you! (If you chose a, you might be crazy.) I’m Trying to Love Spiders will help you see these amazing arachnids in a whole new light, from their awesomely excessive eight eyes, to the seventy-five pounds of bugs a spider can eat in a single year! And you’re sure to feel better knowing you have a better chance of being struck by lightning than being fatally bit by a spider. Comforting, right? No? Either way, there’s heaps more information in here to help you forget your fears . . . or at least laugh a lot!