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Non-Fiction (217 series)

Why Does My Body Do That? (Bearcub Books)

Growl! Burp! Achoo! Our bodies make many sounds. But what do all these sounds mean? Explore the wild, wacky, and (sometimes) downright gross things our bodies do. From burps to sneezes, hiccups to yawns, engaging STEM topics with clear text and bright photos make science fun. A simple infographic refreshes the content for visual learners as they finish flipping through the body books young readers won’t want to put down.

Wonderful Hair: The Beauty of Annie Turnbo Malone

Forgotten today, Annie Turnbo Malone was an influential Black woman in the early 20th century. She turned her personally developed hair care products into a successful industry, including schools that taught the Poro method in her Poro Colleges. One of her students was the much more famous Madame C.J. Walker. She not only encouraged Black women to feel good about their hair, she showed them how to be entrepreneurs.

World Studies (Voyager)

Our world contains an incredible diversity of geographies, nations, and cultures. This informative series explores eight regions of the world, focusing on their rich and complex histories, natural environments, economies, governments, and peoples.

World War II (Voyager)

World War II was one of the defining events of the 20th century. This informative series helps readers understand the events that caused the war, the many parts of life the conflict affected, the key battles, and the lasting impacts the war had around the world. Each book includes historic photos, two ""A Closer Look"" special features, as well as a table of contents, infographics, critical thinking questions, a reading comprehension quiz, a glossary, additional resources, and an index.

X-treme Facts: Engineering

Have you heard of the dam so massive it actually added a fraction of a second to every day? Or seen the bridge that literally disappears below the ocean? Explore these extreme feats of engineering and more through an engaging design and lively text written with a sense of humour. A hands-on activity at the end of each book brings learning about engineering concepts to life. This series features STEM curriculum made fun and is especially wonderful for reluctant readers.

X-treme Facts: Space

Did you know that the planet Mercury is slowly shrinking? Or that people grow a little taller while in space? Learn these cool facts and so much more in this engaging series all about space. Readers will explore STEM curriculum in a fun and enticing way that is so fun they will forget that they are learning. Written with a sense of humour, this series is especially wonderful for reluctant readers.

Yuck, You Suck!: Poems about Animals That Sip, Slurp, Suck

This appealingly icky-and delightfully droll-poetry collection presents animals that suck-quite literally! From the mosquito and elephant to the lamprey and pigeon, discover how and why these animals sip, slurp, and suck. Back matter features more about the animals and terms for body parts that suck (proboscis, trunk, and more), as well as a glossary and further reading.