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The Americans: Beginnings to 1914 (Alabama)

by J. Jorge Klor de Alva Larry S. Krieger Gerald A. Danzer

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Henry and Mudge and the Long Weekend: The Eleventh Book of Their Adventures

by Cynthia Rylant Suçie Stevenson

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The Rough-Face Girl

by Rafe Martin David Shannon

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Snakes

by Seymour Simon

What animal can smell with its tongue, swallow an animal larger than its own head, and grow to be longer than a school bus? A snake! <P><P>Pound for pound, snakes are among the strongest of animals. <P><P> Most people fear snakes, but there are only a few that are dangerous to humans. <P><P> And if snakes were to disappear, the earth would be overrun with rats and rodents. <P><P>We all must learn to appreciate these awesome reptiles as a vital part of the global balance of nature.

Alvin Ailey (Soar To Success)

by Andrea Davis Pinkney Brian Pinkney

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Benny’s Pennies [Kindergarten] (Houghton Mifflin Reading: The Nation's Choice Ser.)

by Pat Brisson Bob Barner

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Checking Your Grammar: And Getting It Right

by Marvin Terban Peter Spacek

The best-selling grammar guide gets a fresh, new cover design for Fall 2002. This easy-to-use reference book helps you edit your writing before someone else reads it. Parts of speech * Irregular nouns and verbs The 100 Most Commonly Confused and Misused Words What Makes a Good Sentence Capitalization * Contractions * Compound Words * Idioms Abbreviations * Punctuation * Spelling * Acronyms

Finding the Titanic

by Robert D. Ballard

The story of the Titanic right up to its rediscovery is told for more advanced, independent young readers by the man who discovered the great sunken ship.

The Mighty (Point Signature)

by Rodman Philbrick

Originally published as "Freak the Mighty"

Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction

by Larry S. Krieger Roger B. Beck Linda Black

Lent has traditionally been a time for self-denial and penitence, a time to examine the baser aspects of human nature. But the church increasingly recognizes that this negative focus does not always build a relationship with God, especially among women who already struggle with issues of worth and self-esteem. In its wide range of writings, Gifts from Within invites women to spend the time of Lent focusing on their uniqueness and on the gifts of their feminine spiritual nature. This collection points the way for women to deepen their ability to recognize God's love and to live as God directs. Starting with Ash Wednesday and ending on Easter Day, each day's meditation explores an aspect of women's lives, their unique spirituality, and their heritage in the biblical stories. By connecting their own stories-some sad and some joyous-with the biblical texts, readers of these devotions may find Lent to be a time of inspiration instead of merely something to be endured.

The Secret Room [Grade 6]

by Uri Shulevitz

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Stellaluna

by Janell Cannon

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Tippu [Grade 4]

by David Day Abigail Pizer

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Wait Until Dark

by J. B. Stamper

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World Cultures & Geography, Liberty Edition

by Sarah Witham Bednarz Charles White Mark Schug Inés Miyares

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World History: Patterns of Interaction

by Larry S. Krieger Roger B. Beck Linda Black

Lent has traditionally been a time for self-denial and penitence, a time to examine the baser aspects of human nature. But the church increasingly recognizes that this negative focus does not always build a relationship with God, especially among women who already struggle with issues of worth and self-esteem. In its wide range of writings, Gifts from Within invites women to spend the time of Lent focusing on their uniqueness and on the gifts of their feminine spiritual nature. This collection points the way for women to deepen their ability to recognize God's love and to live as God directs. Starting with Ash Wednesday and ending on Easter Day, each day's meditation explores an aspect of women's lives, their unique spirituality, and their heritage in the biblical stories. By connecting their own stories-some sad and some joyous-with the biblical texts, readers of these devotions may find Lent to be a time of inspiration instead of merely something to be endured.

Yo! Yes? (Scholastic Bookshelf Ser.)

by Chris Raschka

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Biology: The Unity and Diversity of Life

by Cecie Starr Lisa Starr Ralph Taggart Christine Evers

The 11th edition of this undergraduate text seeks to make students aware of the connection between molecular change, evolution, and students' own lives. To achieve this goal, the text features essays on current controversial issues, links to concepts within and between chapters, two-page concept spreads, and problem solving examples and experiments that encourage students to think critically. Other changes include reorganized and rewritten material on areas such as energy flow and stem cell research. Author information is not given. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Black Diamond: The Story of the Negro Baseball Leagues

by Patricia C. Mckissack Fredrick Mckissack

A stirring tribute to the human drama, legendary heroes, infamous owners, low pay, and long bus rides that were the Negro Leagues. A 1995 Coretta Scott King Honor Book now in a striking Polaris edition. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Flies are Fascinating

by Valerie Wilkinson

From friendly dolphins to giant pandas, from icebergs and glaciers to energy from the sun, from magnets to solids, liquids, and gases, Rookie Read-About Science is a natural addition to the primary-grade classroom with books that cover every part of the science curricula. Includes: animals, nature, scientific principles, the environment, weather, and much more!

Flower Garden

by Eve Bunting Kathryn Hewitt

Follow the progress of a little girl and her father as they purchase "a garden," and board the bus to carry it home. The pansies, tulips, daffodils, geraniums, and daisies are lovingly planted in a window box, and the candles on the cake are lighted--just as Mom walks in the door to find her daughter, her husband, and her birthday surprise.

The Great Ball Game: A Muskogee Story

by Joseph Bruchac Susan Roth

NIMAC-sourced textbook <P><P>Bat, who has both wings and teeth, plays an important part in a game between the Birds and the Animals to decide which group is better. <P><P>Lexile Measure: 520L

John Henry (The Story Hour Collection)

by Julius Lester Jerry Pinkney

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Oil Spill! [Grade 4]

by Melvin Berger Paul Mirocha

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Pigs Will be Pigs: Fun With Math And Money (Pigs Will Be Pigs Ser.)

by Amy Axelrod Sharon McGinley-Nally

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