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Who Made the Hole? (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Kindergarten)

by Carol Schwartz Amy Tichbourne

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Who Needs Love?

by Elise Primavera Laura Park

Scarlett Starlett and Simon Greensnout were best friends; they were also alligators who lived in a town menaced by a rotten-to-the-core witch. She hated anything sweet and nice and had no use for love.Scarlett longed to be a singer and Simon yearned to travel the world. One day, they stumbled upon a silver dollar that the witch had lost. In exchange for its return to her, the witch granted them their wishes. But be careful what you wish for, because these wishes came with an evil spell attaches. . . .Through some scary twists and turns, Scarlett and Simon managed to find what they were looking for as well as the answer to the question, "Who needs love?"

Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors?: The Story Of Elizabeth Blackwell

by Marjorie Priceman Tanya Lee Stone

<P>In the 1830s, when a brave and curious girl named Elizabeth Blackwell was growing up, women were supposed to be wives and mothers. <P>Some women could be teachers or seamstresses, but career options were few. <P>Certainly no women were doctors. But Elizabeth refused to accept the common beliefs that women weren't smart enough to be doctors, or that they were too weak for such hard work. And she would not take no for an answer. <P>Although she faced much opposition, she worked hard and finally-when she graduated from medical school and went on to have a brilliant career-proved her detractors wrong. <P>This inspiring story of the first female doctor shows how one strong-willed woman opened the doors for all the female doctors to come.

Who Will Be My Friends? (I Can Read! #Level 1)

by Syd Hoff

Freddy has moved into a new house and goes in search of friends to play with. An Early I Can Read Book.

Who Will Bell the Cat?

by Katherine Scraper Lori O'Dea Juan Bautista Juan Oliver

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Who Will I Be Lord? (Picture Book Ser.)

by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson Sean Qualls

A lyrical story about how looking back is helpful when you start looking forward. . . .A young girl thoughtfully considers her family tree and the vibrant ancestors who populate it. As each family member's story is revealed, her quiet meditation--about what kind of person she'll be when she grows up--transforms into a testament to the importance of sharing family stories. The simple, elegant narrative combined with Sean Qualls's evocative art makes for a wonderful read-aloud experience.

Who Will Roar if I Go? (If I We're Gone Ser. #1)

by Paige Jaeger Carol Hill Quirk

Do you know what an endangered species is and why animals become endangered? Who Will Roar If I Go? will introduce you to thirteen animals around the world who have one thing in common: they need your help. With beautiful watercolor illustrations and rhyming verse, each animal is sharing a message with you that you will remember long after reading."The King of the Beasts - that's my claim to fame.I've got a big crown of hair that's called a mane."You will meet many animals in Africa: lion, rhinoceros, and gorilla all have something to tell you."With black-patchy eyes, I'm chubby and cute.I'm a lazy bear who chews bamboo shoots."Next visit snow leopard, elephant and tiger in Asia, quetzal in South America, panda and salamander in China, red -crowned amazon and blue karner butterflies in North America, and the pangolin in Australia. Their message is simple, but very important for you, the stewards of the earth:"We need you to care and let us live free.Or there will be no more wild animals to see."Who Will Roar If I Go? will introduce the basics of endangered species to young children and open up conversations of what we can all do to help.Will you roar before they go?

Who's Buying? Who's Selling?: Understanding Consumers and Producers

by Jennifer S. Larson

Have you ever bought a cold drink at a lemonade stand? Or have you baked cookies for a school bake sale? If so, you're a consumer and a producer! Consumers, producers, buyers, and sellers all provide things other people want and need. How do they work together in the marketplace? Read this book to find out.

Who's There? Fiddling Cricket

by Marta Berowska

When a Cricket is trying to make music with a broken instrument, he asks help from friends in the forest.

Whose Pet Is Best? (The Nancy Drew Notebooks #17)

by Carolyn Keene

WHAT'S ON TV? IS IT NANCY DREW? It's the Amazing Pet Contest, and the winner gets to go on Mr. Lizard's Funhouse . . . on TV! Katie's got a singing parrot. David's got a gross rat. And Nancy's got Chocolate Chip, her soccer-playing puppy. . . . But Chip won't do her trick. Something's wrong, and Nancy's afraid she's sick. She also thinks it just wouldn't be fair if Chip doesn't get to go on TV because somebody played a dirty trick on her!

Whose Shoes?: A Shoe For Every Job (Elementary Core Reading)

by Stephen R. Swinburne

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Whose Tracks?

by Aislinn Hurley Natalia Vasquez

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Why Do Birds Sing?

by Joan Holub

Did you know: there are over nine thousand kinds of birds; a bee hummingbird weighs as little as a dime; a peregrine falcon can spot a mouse a mile away; swifts can sleep while flying! Many of us love birds and also enjoy them as pets. This fact- and photo-packed book takes a look at their behavior and characteristics and offers ways to get to know and appreciate them. For instance, you'll discover how birds fly, which are the best swimmers, which ones make good pets, and, of course, what all that singing is about! Joan Holub has created stories and art for over seventy children's books, including the ABA Pick of the Lists titles Why Do Dogs Bark? and Why Do Cats Meow? While her dad kept peacocks, pheasants, and chickens as pets, Joan prefers the company of the wild birds that congregate outside her kitchen window, eager for their daily feeding. Joan and her husband, George, live in Seattle, Washington, and do their best to keep their two cats away from their feathery friends.

Why Do Dogs Bark?

by Joan Holub

Did you know that there's a dog so little, it can fit in your hand? That dogs and wolves are relatives? A dog once kept a snowbound town from getting sick? That dogs, unfortunately, cannot brush their teeth? Dogs are our friends, protectors, and family members. This fact-packed book takes a look at their history, behavior, and characteristics, and offers ways to get to know them a little better. For instance, what does it mean if a dog's tail is up, or its ears are back? How can you get a dog to sit or stay? And, of course, just what is the reason for all that barking?

Why, Fly Guy?: Answers to Kids' BIG Questions (Fly Guy Presents) (Fly Guy Presents)

by Tedd Arnold

Come along with Fly Guy as he asks (and answers!) over fifty "why?" questions! Why do I have to brush my teeth? Why do cats climb trees if they can't get down? Why do elephants have trunks? And more! There are also science projects and fun activities -- so kids can use what they've learned in a hands-on way! With engaging full-color photographs on every page, content appropriate for a young audience, humorous artwork, and colorful comic strips starring their favorite character Fly Guy, this book is perfect for kids in Pre-K and Kindergarten! *This 128-page paper-over-board book even has eye-catching holographic foil on the front cover and spine!*

Why Living Things Need… Homes (Into Reading Texas, Read Aloud Module 9 #1)

by Daniel Nunn

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Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears: A West African Tale

by Verna Aardema Leo Dillon Diane Dillon

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Why Pick on Me?

by Louis Sachar Barbara Sullivan

Illus. in black-and-white. Marvin is shunned by his classmates, best friends, and teacher after he is unfairly fingered as a nose-picker by the class bully.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Why the Sea Is Salty

by Coco Masuda Rebecca Grudzina Lori O'Dea

A thief sinks his boat when he overloads it with riches made by a magic mill.

Why the Sea is Salty: A Philippine Legend

by Dot Meharry Paolo Lim

NIMAC-sourced textbook

The Widow's Offering

by Joanne Bader

The Arch® Book series tells popular Bible stories through fun-to-read rhymes and bright illustrations. This well-loved series captures the attention of children, telling scripturally sound stories that are enjoyable and easy to remember. This book retells the story of the widow who willingly gave her mites (Mark 12:41-44; Luke 21:1-4). Other Arch books are available in this library.

The Wiggle Family (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading)

by Wendy Svec

NIMAC-sourced textbook. Do You Like to Wiggle? This girl and her family like to wiggle. Have some fun and wiggle with them!

Wiggle, Wiggle (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Kindergarten)

by Margeaux Lucas Mia Lewis

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Wild Cats: Cougars, Bobcats and Lynx

by Deborah Hodge Nancy Gray Ogle

Kids are curious about animals. In this book, straightforward, simple text introduces young children to wild cats, revealing where and how they live, and how they give birth and raise their young. Beautifully detailed illustrations give kids a close-up look and a realistic picture of how each species compares in size, movement and habitat. The Kids Can Press Wildlife Series meets the research needs of young children and satisfies their curiosity about these magnificent North American animals.

A Wild Father's Day

by Daniel Howarth Sean Callahan

When the kids give Dad a card that says, "Have a wild Father's Day," Dad knows just what to do. He says, "Let's act like animals all day long!" They all hop on the bed like kangaroos, run like cheetahs at the park, and swing like monkeys at the playground. Their fun takes them through the day, until a cozy bedtime book tames down two tired kids (and their dad!).

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