These are all the titles you would currently find on our Children's New Non-Fiction bookshelf. Mouse over the "i" button to read the jacket flap and click on the image to place a copy on hold.
"In this book, early fluent readers will learn about the causes, main events, key players, and lasting impacts of the civil rights movement.
Explore the exciting country of India! From the rainbow palette of Meenakshi Temple, The Golden City, the colorful celebration of Holi, and more, readers can uncover the colors of nature and culture all across India.
This title invites readers to discover what is fun about horses.
An easy-to-read Q&A format provides basic information about a mayor's job, authority, and everyday functions.
Why is voting to choose the president of the United States important? What is the process and how has it changed? These essential questions and more are answered in this book, which will educate students about an important facet of citizenship.
From scaly dragons to mischievous leprechauns, mythical creatures continue to capture the imaginations of human beings around the world.
\An introduction to six living fossils, including the chambered nautilus, the horseshoe crab with its sticky blue blood, and venomous platypuses that sting, as well as a comprehensive explanation of evolution and extinction for readers who may not be familiar with the terms yet. Readers will also discover a a spectacular timeline of the history of animal life on Earth. Dive into the stories of these incredible animals and find out how they help scientists piece together evolutionary history.
Adventure to vibrant China! With white mountain peaks, Badain Jaran Desert's surprising blue waters, the red of Chinese New Year, and more, readers can celebrate the colors found in nature and culture all across China.
Take to the seas with marine conservationist and shark researcher Captain Aquatica and her hammerhead shark sidekick, Fin, to explore the ocean's wettest and wildest depths and get the latest facts from the field!
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Learn all about trains from the first railroads to today's incredibly high-speed trains, from steam engines through electric trains and into what the future might have in store.
This enthralling look at a future Earth devastated by the overuse of fossil fuels, presented as a fictional tale from a space station, offers readers insights into the disadvantages of using fossil fuels to power our world as well as some alternatives to nonrenewable resources that may yet save our planet.
Invites readers to investigate stories about the Bermuda Triangle through engaging text, vibrant imagery, and clear, simple graphics.
Boys who love to dance are center stage in this encouraging, positive, rhyming picture book about guys who love to pirouette, jete, and plie. Created in partnership with the American Ballet Theatre and with the input of their company's male dancers, here is a book that shows ballet is for everyone.
Examine the multihued country of Mexico! Colors infuse the pink feathered flamingos, bright blue ocean waters, lively dancing dresses, and celebrations found in nature and culture all across Mexico.
From a Komodo dragon's split, yellow tongue (which can detect food from five miles away) to a woodpecker's long, thorny tongue (used to dig into trees for food), discover what it would be like if you had these special tongues -- and find out why your tongue is just the right one for you!
Create your maker space with this fun and instructive book, chock-full of hands-on activities and cool experiments to get kids thinking and tinkering.
This book introduces readers to the life cycle, behavior, physical characteristics, and habitat of turtles.
Liberty. Freedom. Equality. Honesty. Respect. All of these values are important when electing our officials. Readers learn about democratic values and how they play a part in our elections.
This powerful nonfiction picture book explores wildlife crossings around the world and how they are helping save thousands of animals every day.
How big of a problem is plastic pollution? Essential answers are found in this inventive volume which tells the tale of Terry, who received a message from the future from a man claiming to be the last surviving human in a world ravaged by plastic pollution.
Beloved and acclaimed poet Naomi Shihab Nye is the current Young People's Poet Laureate, serving until August 2021. This celebratory book collects in one volume her most popular and accessible poems from the past forty years.
Draw your favorite Star Wars characters! Draw Yoda, Darth Vader, R2-D2, and more, with this fun and easy-to-follow illustration guide!
Where is the missing city? What's hidden there and why? Find out all this and more!
The book was written specifically to help children deal with the complications of stress and anxiety from the COVID Epidemic. It is a mindfully written self-help guide to aid children in dealing with stress and anxiety, by uncovering their emotions and following a simple calming routine.
An easy-to-read Q&A format provides basic information about a judge's job, authority, and everyday functions.
The Electoral College is the body of people who elect the president and vice president of the United States.
Primary sources and informative sidebars lend historical context to help young readers understand this essential aspect of U.S. presidential elections.
Programming concepts come to life in this kid-friendly intro to the basics of computer science and coding, with puzzles, games, and quirky characters.
Discover how 40 influential Latinas became the women we celebrate today! In this collection of short biographies from all over Latin America and across the United States, Juliet Menéndez explores the first small steps that set the Latinitas off on their journeys.