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Whose Poo? (Fusion Books)

Have you ever looked down on the ground and seen something brown? It could be squishy or sticky, hard and round, flat and splatted, or piled in a mound. Eww-that’s poo! But whose poo could it be? Look inside to find out.

Wild Weather

Wild weather is scary, fascinating, and both at the same time. Nature is a recipe of wind, water, and temperature that can transform easily into weather that is not only powerful, but often damaging. In the Wild Weather series readers will learn the causes and effects of 10 different wild weather events that happen around the globe. Then get some tips on how to prepare for them and stay safe.

Wild World of Buck Bray, The

In The Wild World of Buck Bray series, eleven-year-old Buck is the star of a wilderness TV show. He and his TV crew, including Toni Shoop, the cameraman’s daughter, travel to film at some of the most beautiful national lands. And while visiting these sights, Buck and Toni must use their wits to solve mysteries they uncover during their filming.

Wilderness

A collection of some of John Muir’s most memorable and inspirational words reminds us of a shared responsibility and inescapable bond-that all inhabitants of this planet ôtravel the Milky Way together.ö

Wish & Wander

GROUNDHOG DAY gets a hilarious french twist in this delightful upper middle grade novel about first crushes and friendship. When an eighth-grade class trip to Paris goes horribly wrong, the worst day of one girl’s life keeps happening over and over.

Women and Society

Women and Society explores important issues surrounding women today, including sexism, harassment, and objectification. Readers will learn about feminism and efforts toward gender equality. Each volume includes diagrams to enhance readers' understanding of complex concepts, source notes, and an annotated bibliography to facilitate deeper research.

Women Who Changed the World (12SL)

The Women Who Changed the World series profiles inspiring, influential women who challenged stereotypes, overcame barriers, and opened doors. Some were first women in their fields. Some rose to the top of companies (and nations) previously run by men. Some were activists, some were queens, some quietly did their jobs and had a lasting impact. Each book profiles 12 living and historical diverse women whose accomplishments in their field changed the world.

Wooden Treasure, The

Long ago, in a country far away, a mysterious stranger surprises a poor boy with an unusual gift: wooden chess pieces. With this unexpected treasure, the boy embarks on a world of adventure. What will he discover? This picture book is based on the true story of young Indian chess master Mir Malik Sultan Khan who thrilled the world with his masterful play during his brief competitive career.

World Below the Brine, The

Nineteenth-century poet Walt Whitman employs the language of his day to express a wonder about the world below the sea that is timeless.

World Leaders

World Leaders introduces readers to some of today's most powerful political figures. From the leaders' roles on the global stage to the history of the nations they lead, these informative narratives connect readers with current events by covering everything they need to know about the leaders impacting their world.