This beautifully illustrated book is a collection of quotes from 50 inspirational Black women who have shaped the world we live in, from Toni Morrison to Angela Davis, from Solange and Beyonce Knowles to Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex--
A nonfiction book about snow leopards and other wild cats--
Text and photographs look at Spider-Man from different Marvel Studios motion pictures.~A Cinemagic book.
A mother's account of her experience as the only Black child in school serves as an empowering message to her daughter--
What do you get when you mix Jeopardy-style fun facts with the subjects in the ever-popular Who Was? series? The Who Was? Trivia Book! Jam-packed with brain-busting questions about some of your favorite trailblazing figures throughout history, this addition to Who HQ library is sure to keep readers on their toes.
Some desert creatures are masters of disguise! They use camouflage and cover to outsmart predators or sneak up on prey. Some desert animals blend in with rocks, sand, and more. Others burrow beneath the ground or hide in shrubs. Can you spot the creatures hidden in the desert?--
How to Change the World in 12 Easy Steps was inspired by Eva Kor, a child survivor of Auschwitz. She always stressed to young audiences that even though a child, they had the power to change the world. Easy, simple gestures from picking up a piece of trash on the sidewalk, tidying a bedroom, accepting someone who is different, along with other gestures of kindness and thoughtfulness can make a big difference. The book could also serve as a starting point for a conversation on prejudice. Marie Letourneau's illustrations capture the warmth at the heart of this book, making it a fun, but life-changing read--
A collection of interesting facts about some of the biggest animals on the planet--
For as long as people have stared up to the stars, we've wondered if there could be life on other planets. But the truth is that life can't survive anywhere else in our solar system. Venus is way too hot. Neptune is w-a-a-a-ay too cold. And don't even get us started on Uranus. But there's more to Earth than just having the perfect temperature that makes it the best place in the known universe to live. What makes Earth so special? Join Goldilocks and her best friend, Baby Bear, on an interstellar adventure to learn all about our solar system in this informative, hilarious, and 100 percent factual nonfiction picture book by award-winning author, illustrator, and cartoonist Drew Sheneman. -- Amazon.
This deeply imaginative and entertaining poetry collection details the pleasures of the orchestra, from strong-willed A to satisfied Z--
George Scott peered at the nearby Union fortress. Something miraculous was taking place! Three enslaved men had entered but had not been cast out. To Scott, the fortress must be a sanctuary. A place where the three would be safe from capture and harm--never to return to the Confederate South. But exactly why were they granted refuge? Scott left the woods where he had been hiding and joined others in line to enter the fortress. Once inside, his knowledge of the area and the movements of the Confederate army impressed the fortress's commander, Major General Benjamin Butler. Working together, they plotted a plan to save the fortress from enemy attack. Would the fortress survive? Would Scott survive? Selene Castrovilla and E.B. Lewis weave a suspenseful tale revealing how two men's brave stand meant eventual freedom to thousands of African Americans and led President Lincoln to issue the Emancipation Proclamation. -- Book jacket
From the origin of the universe to the future of space rockets, this book about space for kids has it all. Did you know that the moon was once a piece of the Earth, and that a day on Venus is longer than one year? First published in 2015, Knowledge Encyclopedia: Space! has been completely revised and updated for 2020, with new images and information on all things space-related to send you rocketing to the furthest reaches of the cosmos. Newly updated with the latest scientific discoveries and innovation in space engineering, this new title will answer all your questions about what lies beyond the night sky. Discover how stars and galaxies are formed, take a trip through the Milky Way, and explore the innards of the International Space Station in this incredible book that uses the latest computer-generated 3-D imagery, eye-catching photographs, gripping information, and explanatory diagrams to bring the wonders of the cosmos to life.
Brothers and sisters. Full, half, step, old and young, close in age and far apart. The bond between all siblings is powerful and special. Celebrate the love of brothers and sisters everywhere with award-winning author Eloise Greenfield in this poignant collection of poems for and about families.
Mama and baby make a healthy and powerful team in this journey through pregnancy, fitness, and birth--
Explores a question unasked by any other book for young readers: What can we learn about nature and evolution from the bizarre and exotic ways some animals have evolved to get life-giving oxygen? An inquiry-based book designed to stimulate active minds; a STEM standout from a celebrated nature photographer and writer--
Shall we have an adventure today? Take this book with you on a walk, and let's have fun spotting things together! Wherever you are, there's so much to discover. So, what are you waiting for... Let's go for a walk!
Two nations and a mother panda work together to nurture a 'precious treasure' in the remarkable true story of a celebrity panda cub and his life at the Smithsonian National Zoo - and beyond--