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Hammerhead sharks / by Vicky Franchino.
cover imageDiscover some of the most fascinating animals in the world with the Nature's Children series. Readers will discover how these creatures survive in the wild, how they raise their young, and how they are related to other species. Each title also raises important ideas about conservation by examining the animal's current status and explaining the ways humans have affected it throughout the years. All it takes is one look at a hammerhead shark to see how these powerful hunters got their name. With their distinctive hammer or shovel shaped heads, hammerheads stand apart from other sharks. Readers will find out how hammerheads hunt for food, socialize, and look for mates. They will also learn why hammerheads stay on the move constantly, why they are such good swimmers, and how they can sense small vibrations and electrical signals in the ocean.

Seals / by Josh Gregory.
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Jellyfish / by Katie Marsico.
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Anteaters / by Josh Gregory.
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Day of the field trip zombies / by Scott Nickel ; illustrated by Cedric Hohnstadt.
cover image"Trevor is an expert on zombies. In fact he's a zombie buster. When his class takes a field trip to an aquarium, the evil scientist Dr. Brainium turns the students into radio-controlled zombies. Only Trevor can rescue them, but first he has to escape an army of psycho penguins"--Title page verso.

The boy who burped too much / by Scott Nickel ; illustrated by Steve Harpster.
cover imageBobby Aaron burps everywhere, including at the movies, at concerts, and in the principal's office. In order to win the spelling bee, he must learn to control his belches.

Night of the homework zombies / by Scott Nickel ; illustrated by Steve Harpster.
cover imageMr. Winklepoof, the new substitute teacher, is turning every kid in school into a brain-boggled zombie who loves homework. Only Trevor can save his friends, and himself, from this fate.

Chipmunks / by Josh Gregory.
cover image"Readers will learn how these creatures survive in the wild, how they raise their young, and how they are related to other species" -- On back cover.

Minecraft hacks master builder : the unofficial guide to tips and tricks that other guides won't teach you / Megan Miller.
cover image"With Minecraft hacks master builder, kids will learn how to build the coolest stuff, including an underwater house, a pirate ship, and a fortified castle! Other tips will help gamers: Find the best locations, choose their favorite style, learn how to get started with foundations and walls, become landscaping experts, learn how to decorate their living room, and much more! Packed with expert tips, cheats, and hacks on planning all types of buildings and with over one hundred screenshots, Minecraft Hacks Master Builder shows exactly how the experts bring their amazing structures to life, from designing realistic roofs and exteriors to planning crenelated castle battlements. Detailed step-by-step illustrated guides will let every kid follow along to build their very own awesome castles, bridges, and farms and add the decor and landscaping details that bring their creations to life."--Amazon.com

ZooBorns cats! : the newest, cutest kittens and cubs from the world's zoos / Andrew Bleiman and Chris Eastland.
cover image"ZooBorns "showcases the newest and cutest animal babies from accredited zoos and aquariums around the world. With interesting animal facts and background stories on the featured babies, "ZooBorns "illustrates the connections between zoo births and conservation initiatives in the wild.

ZooBorns : the next generation : newer, cuter, more exotic animals from the world's zoos and aquariums / Andrew Bleiman and Chris Eastland.
cover imageFeatures full-color photos and fascinating facts on exotic baby animals from every corner of the world. Filled with brand-new species and some beloved favorites, this collection is irresistible to any animal lover. These babies are much more than just adorable furry faces. They are ambassadors for their species in the wild, helping educate about conservation while they entertain.

Plant a pocket of prairie / Phyllis Root ; illustrations by Betsy Bowen.
cover imageOnce covering almost 40 percent of the United States, native prairie is today one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world. "Plant a Pocket of Prairie" teaches children how changes in one part of the system affect every other part: when prairie plants are destroyed, the animals who eat those plants and live on or around them are harmed as well. Root shows what happens when we work to restore the prairies, encouraging readers to "plant a pocket of prairie" in their own backyards.

Rocks, rivers, and the changing earth : a first book about geology / Herman Schneider and Nina Schneider ; illustrated by Edwin Herron.
cover imageFascinating facts about geology, from how powerful prehistoric forces formed a river bend, to the ways that tiny pebbles can reflect a million years of history.

Amazing world atlas / Lonely Planet Kids.
cover imageA mix of history, cutlure and fascinating facts about countries of the world.

With love / Jane Goodall ; illustrated by Alan Marks.
cover imageTen heartwarming stories of chimpanzees in the wild from acclaimed naturalist Jane Goodall.

Scholastic 2015 book of world records / by Jenifer Corr Morse.
cover imageNames approximately three hundred world records in such categories as sports, nature, and technology, and includes over six hundred color photos and graphics.

The ultimate step-by-step kid's first cookbook : more than 150 irresistible recipes for kids to cook, complete with clear step-by-step instructions and over 1000 fantastic photographs : delicious recipe ideas for 5-12 year olds, from lunch boxes and picnics to quick and easy meals, sweet treats, desserts, drinks and party foods / Nancy McDougall.
cover imageProvides an introduction to cooking, including safety tips, cooking terms, and techniques, along with instructions for over one hundred and fifty recipes.



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