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Introduces elephants, discussing everything from their constantly growing tusks and their six sets of teeth to their ability to purr and the ways readers can help conservation efforts.
Sewing the Rainbow is the powerful story of Gilbert Baker and the creation of the rainbow flag. This book takes readers from Gilbert's childhood in a small town in Kansas where he didn't fit in, to his historic artistic career in San Francisco. Today the flag is everywhere, even in the small town where Gilbert grew up! This book shows that when you see a rainbow flag, you'll know it's okay to be your colorful self. Includes a Note to Parents and Caregivers with more about Gilbert and the flag's history.--Publisher description
A tour of Alaska introduces topics--such as its climate, wildlife, and native peoples--in rhyme. --from publisher
The letters of the alphabet introduce facts about the Olympic movement and Olympic sports
"Our bodies come in all shapes and sizes and they change throughout our lives, as we grow from babies to children to teenagers to adults. Find out about growing and learning, keeping fit, breaks and bruises, the five senses, our brilliant brains, how we are the same and how we are different--and lots more. Our bodies really are amazing!"- -Back cover
A rhyming celebration of babies, or Littles, who are cared for by loved ones in every way and grow big in the blink of an eye
Presents information about Audrey Hepburn, from her youth in Nazi-occupied Europe, through her rise to stardom in some of the era's most popular films, to her dedication to UNICEF.
A bully-free school follows a group of young characters from Niceville Elementary School who bully each other. Young readers will learn about verbal and social bullying as well as cyberbullying
Explores the meanings of different actions, expressions, words, and sounds, from a kiss and a clap to a wave and a yawn
A very easy look at values and behavior