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Growing up Pedro by Tavares, Matt, author, illustrator.

Growing up Pedro

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Mar 31, 2015
Guess who's in the trees by De la Bédoyère, Camilla, author.

Guess who's in the trees

Describes the unique characteristics of eight animals that find shelter and food in trees and encourages the reader to guess which animal is hiding under the flap.

Mar 25, 2015
Guess! - research and form a hypothesis by Berne, Emma Carlson.

Guess! - research and form a hypothesis

Presents information about how scientists use the scientific method to research a topic and form a hypothesis, and offers tips on taking notes, organizing one's research, and proving a hypothesis.

Mar 31, 2015
Hamsters by Meister, Cari, author.

Hamsters

"This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells how to take care of a pet hamster"--

Mar 31, 2015
Handmade crafts by children for children by Rodríguez, Guadalupe, author.

Handmade crafts by children for children

Mar 31, 2015
Hare and Tortoise race across Israel by Gehl, Laura, author.

Hare and Tortoise race across Israel

Two good friends, Hare and Tortoise, race from Tel Aviv to the Dead Sea, enjoying the unique culture and geography of Israel along the way.

Mar 31, 2015
Hawks by Riggs, Kate, author.

Hawks

"A basic exploration of the appearance, behavior, and habitat of hawks, the birds of prey found worldwide. Also included is a story from folklore explaining how the sun is carried by hawks"--

Mar 31, 2015
High tide for horseshoe crabs by Schnell, Lisa Kahn, author.

High tide for horseshoe crabs

Mar 28, 2015
High-tech DIY projects with electronics, sensors, and LEDs by Murphy, Maggie, author.

High-tech DIY projects with electronics, sensors, and LEDs

Discusses the history of electronic devices and shares a selection of electronics projects that use LEDs and sensors.

Mar 31, 2015
High-tech DIY projects with microcontrollers by Murphy, Maggie, author.

High-tech DIY projects with microcontrollers

Discusses the history of microcontrollers and shares a selection of projects that use littleBits and Arduino to demonstrate their inner workings and capabilities.

Mar 31, 2015
Hiking by York, M. J., 1983- author.

Hiking

"Explore hiking, an exciting outdoor activity, including hiking gear, where to hike, and how to stay safe"--

Mar 31, 2015
History of the great lakes by Mahoney, Emily Jankowski.

History of the great lakes

Readers follow the history of the Great Lakes, including early battles to settle and control the region, significant events, and maps of historical landmarks, major rivers, states, and landforms.

Mar 31, 2015
Hockey superstars - past, present, and future by Rivkin, Jennifer.

Hockey superstars - past, present, and future

Profiles the accomplishments of the some of the National Hockey League's greatest players, coaches, and teams, including Gordie Howe, Maurice Richard, Steven Stamkos, Wayne Gretsky, Hayley Wickenheiser, Mario Lemieux, and Bobby Orr.

Mar 26, 2015
Hockey superstars - past, present, and future by Rivkin, Jennifer.

Hockey superstars - past, present, and future

Presents the best of the best in hockey's past, present, and future. Profiles include essential stats, an overview of each player's skills and achievements, and quotes from the superstars themselves. Male, female, and sledge hockey superstars are also featured.

Mar 31, 2015
Horses in American history by Graubart, Norman D.

Horses in American history

Discusses the use of horses in American history, including their roles in transportation, war, and leisure activities.

Mar 31, 2015
How do animals help plants reproduce? by Owen, Ruth, 1967-

How do animals help plants reproduce?

Examines the closely linked relationships at work in the pollination process, from the flowers that make the food to the bees and other animals who carry the pollen.

Mar 31, 2015
How do I use a library? by Harasymiw, Therese.

How do I use a library?

Introduces libraries, describing what they are, how they work, and how they can be used.

Mar 31, 2015
How do meat-eating plants catch their food? by Owen, Ruth, 1967-

How do meat-eating plants catch their food?

Mar 31, 2015
How do plants make and spread their seeds? by Owen, Ruth, 1967-

How do plants make and spread their seeds?

Describes how seeds grow, and vary in shape, size, and dispersal patterns, and how everything, from flowers to fruits, begins with a tiny seed.

Mar 31, 2015
How do plants make their own food? by Owen, Ruth, 1967-

How do plants make their own food?

Explains how plants receive nutrients and what happens when they are not fulfilled, discusses how they contribute to the environment, and describes how they fit into the cycle of life on Earth.

Mar 31, 2015