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Slithering Snakes (Bolt)

Giant anacondas slither through swamps. Boa constrictors travel through trees, looking for prey. Snakes slither all around the world. Get ready to learn all about them, without becoming their lunch.

Slow Moe  

Life moves oh-so-slow when your little brother is a snail. It takes forever to do anything! Really, it’s enough to test the patience of even the most understanding big sister. But is Moe just slow or is there something else going on? With charming illustrations by Marianne Ferrer, award-winning author Deborah Kerbel has written a delightful story about love, support and the struggle for tolerance within the often tumultuous sibling relationship.

Smart Choices (21st Century Junior Library)

The Smart Choices series gives readers an age-appropriate look at the causes and consequences of choices they make every day at school, at home, and beyond. Each title includes activities encouraging students to LOOK, THINK, MAKE A GUESS, ASK QUESTIONS, and CREATE. Colourful photos embrace diversity and backmatter encourages further learning on the topic.

Smell My Elephant

Everyone knows that stuffed elephants always smell like all places they've been, the laundry hamper, the sandbox, the foot of the bed. But when Fletcher smells his elephant this morning, he just can't place its scent, so he heads off to ask his family if they might know what Elephant smells like. And the answer is sweeter than you might imagine. With simple and expressive illustrations, this book captures just how feircely children love their stuffed companions.

Snow Globe Wishes

As the worst snow storm of the year rolls in, one family hunkers down together in a cozy blanket fort for the night. A little girl makes a wish on a snow globe and, in the morning, the sun rises on a winter wonderland--beckoning all outside. And what if, on this snow-filled day, families shake their busy lives and everyone goes out to play? A lyrical holiday story about wishes and community and snow--lots and lots of snow.

Soar High, Dragonfly

Dragonflies are some the world's most beautiful (and fascinating!) insects. And one many children can find right in their backyards! With a simple story, perfect for read-alouds, and colourful illustrations, this scientific look at a dragonfly's life-cycle will captivate little entomologists. Informative side bars are included that let children learn even more about these amazing insects.

Soccer Stars

For young fans of UEFA Champions League action, nothing beats a dramatic game of soccer. This series puts readers six and up into the goal-diving action, introducing some of the world's most popular Soccer Stars through brief recaps of their rich team histories. Highlighting important players and managersùin main text and special callouts alikeùand noting key periods of success and failure, each book presents action-driven photos and a rundown of Champions League titles as it examines the stella

Song of the River

In this lyrical and evocative picture book, a child follows the river's journey from its source in the mountains all the way to the sea.

Space

The fascinating world of outer space is revealed to young readers in this series. From the Sun and Moon, to planets near and far, and stars and galaxies far away, the incredible world of outer space is explored in this introductory series.

Space 8

Space 8, a Hi-Lo nonfiction series for young adults, reads like an infinity of facts. This series is full of high-interest topics that grab readers from the first page. Each book features stories about fascinating people and places and engages readers with compelling information; colour photographs and illustrations; and detailed graphic elements including charts, tables, and infographics. Readers will find these books both captivating and inspiring.