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Who Let the Frogs Out? (Hardy Boys Clue Book #9)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Detective brothers Frank and Joe must solve a muddy mystery in the ninth book in the interactive Hardy Boys Clue Book series.Bayport Elementary is hosting a Mud Run to celebrate spring! A particularly muddy part of the town’s park will be set aside for the race and Coach Lambert has even managed to make more mud by using the park’s hoses and shovels. Frank and Joe can’t wait to splash through the muck. But on the day of the race, the runners are stopped in their tracks by croaking, blurping bullfrogs! Lots of people in the town had been annoyed that the park was being taken over by a bunch of muddy kids. Could someone have sabotaged the race with buckets of frogs?

Who Named Their Pony Macaroni?: Poems About White House Pets

by Marilyn Singer

A family of mice.A runaway goat. A mischievous snake.A shocking parrot. A pardoned turkey.A pampered raccoon. A ghostbusting dog.A celebrity cow. The White House housed more than presidents and First Families--who could forget the furry, scaly, feathered friends who impressed the press, guarded their charges, and kept them company through all the ups and downs of their respective terms? Marilyn Singer's compelling poems will delight readers with stories of the creatures who sat beside our country's leaders, as she draws intriguing connections between the animals and the administrations they accompanied. Mixed-media illustrations by Ryan McAmis lend humor and vivacity, and detailed back matter explores each president's pet history in more depth.

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 Needs Rooster? (Into Reading, Level F #32)

by Rob Arego Reggie Holladay

NIMAC-sourced textbook

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 Were the Vikings?

by Struan Reid Jane Chisholm

Learn more about how ancient Vikings lived, ate, made things and traveled.

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

NIMAC-sourced textbook

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 Will Sing a Lullaby?

by Dan Yaccarino Dee Lillegard

BABY IS CRYING and Crow and Goose and Owl and Swan all think they have the perfect antidote - "I'll take baby flying, that will stop the crying." And as baby floats on wings of love above fields and oceans, he is soothed. . . until each bird in turn crows just a bit too loudly and proudly at his own success and wakes that baby up again. Finally, little Nightingale, who has been struggling to be heard, gets her chance to try a lullaby. Our tearful baby is now dreamimg sweet dreams. And soon the birds are sleepingtoo - and so will you.This book has perfect pacing, exactly mirroring the rhythm of a child struggling to fall asleep and finally settling down. And Dan Yaccarino's dreamy, etherial artwork is the perfect match for Dee Lillegard's sweet song of a story.From the Hardcover edition.

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 In Rabbit's House? (A Masai Tale Series)

by Verna Aardema

A great bedtime story sure to keep children fascinated, Who’s in Rabbit’s House is a Masai tale told from the perspective of a play within a play. A monster has invaded Rabbit’s house, and the other animals must gather to help investigate . . . and scare the monster away. This story teaches children it is important to help each other in times of need.

Who's on First?

by Bud Abbott Lou Costello

"Who's on first. What's on second. I Don't Know's on third." One of the classic comedy sketches of all time is now transformed into a priceless picture book--and it's a great read for kids of all ages. Follow the mistaken identities, confusion, and lots of laughs as Rabbit and Bear act out this scene. The book will appeal to Abbott and Costello fans, baseball fans, and anyone who enjoys funny banter-driven picture books. Illustrated in full color with slightly retro stylized illustrations."The book is stunning ~ dad and Bud would be proud!!"--Chris Costello, Daughter of Lou Costello

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.

Who's Who In A School Community (Communities At Work)

by Jake Miller

Who are the different people who make up the school community? Readers will learn the part that students, teachers, but drivers, lunchroom workers and many others play in making the school community run smoothly.

Whose Eye Am I? (Into Reading, Read Aloud Module 3 #3)

by Shelley Rotner

NIMAC-sourced textbook <P><P>"Who am I?" ask captions alongside close-ups of colorful animal eyes. As readers guess which animal belongs to each eye, they will discover that each animal has a unique and amazing way of seeing. Snakes have clear eyelids that cannot ever open or close. Some sea creatures have hundreds of eyes around the edges of their shells. Many animals can see colors that are invisible to humans. Brimming with vivid and engaging photographs, this book also includes a clear explanation of how human eyes work, a labeled diagram of a human eye, a glossary, and an index. <P><P>Lexile Measure: AD770L

Whose Footprints? (Rigby Lighthouse #Levels (E-I))

by Claire Llewellyn

A little boy examines footprints and the feet that made them.

Whose Hands Are These?: A Community Helper Guessing Book (Into Reading, Big Book Module 2)

by Miranda Paul Luciana Powell

NIMAC-sourced textbook <P><P>If your hands can mix and mash, what job might you have? What if your hands reach, wrench, yank, and crank? The hands in this book―and the people attached to them―do all sorts of helpful work. And together, these helpers make their community a safe and fun place to live. As you read, keep an eye out for community members who make repeat appearances! Can you guess all the jobs based on the actions of these busy hands? <P><P>Lexile Measure: AD420L

Whose Legs Are Whose? A Tale from Mexico

by Josepha Sherman

The people of the town of Lagos de Moreno weren't really fools—not exactly. They simply saw things differently from everyone else!

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!

Why a Disguise?

by Laura Joffe Numeroff

The bestselling author of "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" shows the many ways there are to enjoy being someone different, and reminds us that it's nice to know we're still ourselves at the end of the day. Picture descriptions present.

Why Bear Sleeps All Winter [Grade 1]

by Sharon Fear Valerie Sokolova

NIMAC-sourced textbook

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 Does Izzy Cover Her Ears? Dealing With Sensory Overload

by Jennifer Veenendall

An illustrated book that creates an environment that is accepting of students with sensory modulation difficulties, including many on the autism spectrum. It includes definitions of sensory processing and sensory modulation disorder, suggested discussion questions, and lists of related books and websites.

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