Sea Turtles Circle

By Patricia Gleichauf

Mama sea turtles always lay eggs on land and not in water. She goes in search of a proper spot, always at night so that there is no distraction. Mama turtle builds her nest at the foot of a dune and she buries her eggs...

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Little Miss History Travels to Tombstone Arizona

Book 11 of 11 Little Miss HISTORY Travels to book series
By Barbara Ann Mojica

Little Miss History Travels to Tombstone Arizona by Barbara Ann Mojica, illustrated by Victor Ramon Mojica, is a charming history book full of trivia and characters, both famous and not-so-famous, but important nonetheless. From silver mines to gun battles, from general stores to gambling saloons,...

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Explore China

12 Key Facts
By Marne Ventura

China is a huge country. Explore China: 12 Key Facts by Marne Ventura gives interesting details about China that will encourage readers to travel and discover its culture. The book also gives glimpses about its history, geography, climate, government, economy, healthcare, and current events, and...

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Our Solar System plus Space Riddles

Learn about our sun, planets, a dwarf planet and their order in our solar system
By Rich Linville

There are a lot of interesting details that many of us don’t know about our solar system. For example, our sun, which is actually a star, is so large that it would take 100 earths to fit across it. Many of us don’t even know...

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12 Things to Know about the Paleolithic Age

By Meg Marquardt

Meg Marquardt's 12 Things to Know about the Paleolithic Era is a fascinating trip into the past that will broaden the minds of children and will teach them amazing facts. Learn a variety of information that ranges from the animals to the nutrition to the...

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12 Things to Know about the Iron Age

By Meg Marquardt

Meg Marquardt's 12 Things to Know about The Iron Age is a brilliant resource that teaches children engaging facts that will push them to explore ancient ages throughout our history. From weapons to advancements to constant war, the Iron Age will have them seeing this...

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12 Things to Know about the Mesolithic Age

By Meg Marquardt

In Meg Marquardt's 12 Things to Know about the Mesolithic Era, Marquardt explores this incredible time period with new concepts and terminology of the Paleoindian Period, stunning artwork, the eventual rise of farming, and the use of animals. A time of change opened a new...

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What This Kid Wants Adults To Know About Grief

By Bryce Fields

What This Kid Want Adults To Know About Grief by Bryce A. Fields as told to Bradley Vinson speaks about discussing grief with children in a safe space. The unique views in the book will be useful when it comes to helping grieving young hearts...

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Explore Nigeria

12 Key Facts
By Rosie Nanz

Explore Nigeria: 12 Key Facts by Rosie Nanz is an educational and informative book that tells readers about the history, culture, geography, climate, government, current events, and many other interesting facts about Nigeria. A country on the west coast of Africa and with diverse geography,...

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Harriet Tubman and Her Life

An Interactive Book
By Rich Linville

Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in Dorchester County, Maryland. She was named Araminta Ross and her nickname was Minty. She changed her name to Harriet to honor her mother. When she was five years old, she was hired out to another family to...

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