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Gives a comprehensive introduction to the topic of prejudice.
Computer coding in the kitchen? Yes! Best friends Gabi and Adi are baking a special birthday treat-and making a recipe is a lot like creating a function in a computer code. These scientifically minded junior programmers are always on the lookout for ways to work coding concepts into their day with Code Play!--Provided by publisher
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.
Suggesting that "you love honey," this book traces honey to bees, then to dandelions, then to ladybugs that eat insect pests on dandelions, and so on, tracing a natural interactive cycle through many connecting organisms. An educational chart for children traces links of pollination and honey-making, while material for teachers and parents offers further background information.--Provided by publisher
Guess what vegetable or fruit this is, growing in the garden? Learn more about it, plus how to eat it in a simple recipe.--Provided by publisher
A collection of poems explores the wonder underground, from animal burrows and subways to caves and magma.
Space is all around us, but how much do we know? Where do we even begin? Space Kids is the building block upon which children can learn about our universe. Covering topics such as stars, planets, moons and rockets as well as the basics of gravity and how astronauts eat and sleep in space, Space Kids moves through complex ideas with an accessibly fresh and original style.
The basic facts about the season of Winter including how plants, animals, and the climate change and adapt are included in this photo essay introduction to Winter.--Provided by publisher
Follow a young girl as she explores questions about the wondrous search for another Goldilocks planet: a planet outside of our solar system that can support life.
Patterns appear again and again, sometimes in the most unexpected places. Why? Explores branching and spiraling (with mention of spinning, stacking, and cracking) to reveal the shared connections between objects expressing different types of patterns.