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Cover: Build a Compact Garden

A Review of "Earth-Friendly Projects" in School Library Connection

Elementary students will enjoy reading and constructing the environmentally friendly projects featured in this series of short, colorful chapter books. In Build a Weather Station, young investigators discover the variables weather forecasters use to measure and describe weather and the… View →

 
Cover: California

A Review of "U.S.A. Travel Guides" in Booklist

Based on Heinrichs’ previous Welcome to the U.S.A. series, the new U.S.A. Travel Guides series offers readers up-to-date facts and an attractive vertical design. In this look at the Golden State, each topical double-page spread briefly introduces one feature (Disneyland, Intel Museum, Giant… View →

 
Cover: Somali Immigrants: In Their Shoes

A Review of "Immigrant Experiences" in Booklist

This volume of the Immigrant Experiences series reads like a story and could easily be used as a read- aloud in a library or classroom. This is the tale of one family’s journey from war-torn Somalia to the snow-clad suburbs of Minneapolis. The tone and narrative style are intended to evoke… View →

 
Cover: Twenty-Dollar Bills

A Review of "All About Money" in Booklist

Although this title in the All about Money series isn’t the most scintillating read, it provides a wealth of basic information on this piece of currency. The first chapter answers the question ‘What Is a Twenty- Dollar Bill?’ and includes a clearly marked diagram showing the main elements… View →

 
Cover: The Building of the Transcontinental Railroad

A Review of "Engineering that Made America" in School Library Journal

Some engineering feats are so deeply woven into the fabric of the United States that it is hard to imagine a time when they were only an idea, a vision. This series explores the histories of various engineering marvels from their inception to the present day. Each title begins with a page… View →

 
Cover: Bomb Squad Technicians in Action

A Review of "Dangerous Jobs in Action" in School Library Journal

What better way to communicate the dangers inherent in a risky occupation than by sharing the stories of real men and women at work? Job details (conditions, equipment, safety concerns, etc.) are integrated into the narrative. Deep-Sea Fishermen, Smoke Jumpers, and Oil Rig Workers also… View →

 
Cover: Guarding Air Force One

A Review of "Highly Guarded Places" in Horn Book Guide

Highly Guarded Places series. It’s all about protection in these examinations of guarding important or high-profile entities. From America’s gold storehouse and nuclear facilities to prisons or the president, these seven entries briefly describe the history and necessary safety measures… View →

 
Cover: How Big Is a Blue Whale?

A Review of "Comparison Fun" in Booklist

The content of these playful books in the Comparison Fun series perfectly matches the series title. Each book uses a variety of often whimsical comparisons to bring to life one small corner of the natural world. Although many books make one or two such comparisons, they are the backbone of… View →

 
Cover: Sedimentary Rocks

A Review of "Geology Rocks!" in School Library Connection

This series provides accurate, reliable information that will enable students to understand rocks and minerals. Each title focuses on a different area of geology and looks at the identification and uses of each area. Easy-to-read text allows readers to explore what their world is made of… View →

 
Cover: The Bill of Rights

A Review of "How America Works" in School Library Connection

This social studies series for juveniles gives insight into the foundations of the U.S. and the workings of our government. Each book has the same format, featuring four chapters, vocabulary words highlighted in the text, and a ‘To Learn More’ page at the end of the book. Each of the three… View →

 

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