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Biggest Names in Sports introduces young readers to some of the brightest stars in sports today. These exciting narratives summarize each player?s life and career to date, drawing attention to their accomplishments on the field and career highlights, while also including biographical information such as family life and charity work.
Billions, Trillions, Quadrillions helps readers to understand large numbers by relating them to everyday situations. It's hard to imagine what a crowd of one billion people would look like-but if one billion children stood on each other's shoulders, they would reach past the moon! Simple explanations, accompanied by amusing infographics, help readers to visualize large numbers and get a handle on math. So take a journey through the world of numbers-from zero to infinity-and find out how we use numbers and how math shapes our world.
In this illustrated novel for middle-grade readers, Billy Stuart and his loyal scout group get lost on a hike and, inadvertently, travel through time. Brightly illustrated and enhanced with games and puzzles throughout, Billy Stuart and the Zintrepids is sure to amuse readers of all ages.
The skies are full of fierce predators looking for their next meal. While hunting, raptors are capable of incredible feats, from spotting prey two miles away to reaching speeds that no animal has ever matched. Find out about the special adaptations that make birds of prey such powerful hunters in this action-packed series!
When Chatham begins to understand more about a crime she witnessed a decade ago, she disappears . . . in a blink. Finding her means more than simply saving her. It could also be the key to the town's longest unsolved mystery. Joshua's in love with Chatham and he's determined to find her and untangle the web of lies and mystery surrounding her. But who is Chatham really and what is her connection to the crime that was committed so long ago?
The Godfather meets Guardians of the Galaxy in this crazy-ass adventure set on Viridian, a prison planet full of aliensàwho want to eat you. Tig, the only human, is thrust into a lose/lose/lose situation when the mob boss he works for asks him to pick up and deliver a package that the Fed—the governing body of the known universe—also wants. To make matters worse, the ôpackageö has curves for days, an attitude to match, and her own agenda for how this is all going down.
When a family of hyenas poses as a human family called the Bolds—living in a suburban house, going to work and school, concealing their animal features under strategic clothing—the whole neighbourhood is in for an adventure. Whether they're fooling the local police or helping other animals "pass" as human, hilarity inevitably ensues. Written by world renowned comedian Julian Clary and brought to laugh-out-loud life by illustrator David Roberts, each book involves more zany fun for the Bolds and their friends.
Sunset Safari Park could be in danger of shutting down! Zebra and his friends try to think of how to save their home, but they might have to go a little bonkers!
Get kids building and making with these first robot books. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations teach young engineers the basic construction of simple robots. Using simple materials readers will create basic robots that wiggle, scribble, and race.
As a boy, Jadav Payeng was distressed by the destruction deforestation and erosion was causing on his island home in India's Brahmaputra River. So he began planting trees. What began as a small thicket of bamboo, grew over the years into 1,300 acre forest filled with native plants and animals. The Boy Who Grew a Forest tells the inspiring true story of Payeng--and reminds us all of the difference a single person with a big idea can make.