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Below your belt - how to be queen of your pelvic region by Lavender, Missy, author.

Below your belt - how to be queen of your pelvic region

When was the last time anyone talked to you about going to the bathroom? Probably not since you were potty trained! Did you know there are secret muscles inside of you that help you do great in sports and stand taller and prouder? Have you ever wanted to stay home or not do your favorite activities because you had your period? This book can address these questions and teach you a whole lot more about a very special part of you, your pelvic region.

Jul 30, 2016
Big air skateboarding by Adamson, Thomas K., 1970-

Big air skateboarding

"Engaging images accompany information about Big Air Skateboarding. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 2 through 7"--

Jul 30, 2016
Big Red and the Little Bitty Wolf - a story about bullying by Ransom, Jeanie Franz, 1957- author.

Big Red and the Little Bitty Wolf - a story about bullying

Big Red Riding Hood has been bullying Little Bitty Wolf since she moved into the neighborhood and his parents' advice does not help, but their school counselor, Mr. Know-It-Owl, makes a comment that just might set things right.

Jul 30, 2016
Big wave surfing by Bailey, Diane, 1966-

Big wave surfing

Jul 30, 2016
Biomedical engineering and human body systems by Sjonger, Rebecca, author.

Biomedical engineering and human body systems

"Biomedical engineering is the fastest growing engineering field. From designing life-saving medical devices to high-performance athletic gear, these engineers improve people's lives every day. This book explores the creative ways biomedical engineers help diagnose, treat, and prevent problems found in human body systems. Real-life examples make learning about the engineering design process interesting for readers. Practical, hands-on activities help readers to understand scientific and engineer

Jul 30, 2016
Black Widow Spiders by Borgert-spaniol, Megan

Black Widow Spiders

Jul 30, 2016
Blacktip reef sharks by Hansen, Grace, author.

Blacktip reef sharks

Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, and habitat of blacktip reef sharks.--

Jul 30, 2016
Blazing hot rods / by Craig Sodaro. by Sodaro, Craig.

Blazing hot rods / by Craig Sodaro.

"Discusses hot rods, including their history, how they are built and customized, as well as how hot rod owners enjoy their cars with shows and races"--

Jul 30, 2016
BMX freestyle by Adamson, Thomas K., 1970-

BMX freestyle

"Engaging images accompany information about BMX freestyle. The combination of high-interest subject matter and light text is intended for students in grades 2 through 7"--

Jul 30, 2016
Bonobos by Hansen, Grace, author.

Bonobos

Introduces bonobos, including where they live, what they eat, and their behavior.

Jul 30, 2016
Boy scout handbook. by Boy Scouts of America, author.

Boy scout handbook.

Explains the advantages, responsibilities and membership requirements of scouting and provides the requirements and possible projects for earning skill awards and merit badges.

Jul 30, 2016
Breaking through! - helping girls succeed in science, technology, engineering, and math by Mosatche, Harriet S., 1949- author.

Breaking through! - helping girls succeed in science, technology, engineering, and math

Jul 26, 2016
Bridges by Mattern, Joanne, 1963- author.

Bridges

"How can we get from one place to another when something blocks our way? It might be a rushing river. Or it might be a huge cavern or a deep ravine. The answer to that question is to build a bridge. Learn about the different types of bridges, the civilizations and people who engineered and risked their lives to construct them, and the advances in bridge building that have made them safe and effective ways to keep us moving!" --cover.

Jul 30, 2016
Bubonic panic - when plague invaded America by Jarrow, Gail, author.

Bubonic panic - when plague invaded America

In March 1900, San Francisco's health department investigated a strange and horrible death in Chinatown. A man had died of bubonic plague, one of the world's deadliest diseases. But how could that be possible? Bubonic Panic tells the true story of America's first plague epidemic--the public health doctors who desperately fought to end it, the political leaders who tried to keep it hidden, and the brave scientists who uncovered the plague's secrets. Once again, acclaimed author and scientific exp

Jul 30, 2016
Canada through time. First Nations and early explorers by Corrigan, Kathleen, author.

Canada through time. First Nations and early explorers

Introduces different groups of Canadian Aboriginal people from First Nations to the Metis. Meet pre-Confederation explorers form France and England, and even the Vikings.

Jul 30, 2016
Chameleons by Meister, Cari, author.

Chameleons

"This photo-illustrated book for beginning readers describes the physical features and behaviors of chameleons. Includes picture glossary and index."--

Jul 30, 2016
Cleveland Cavaliers by Moussavi, Sam

Cleveland Cavaliers

Jul 30, 2016
Coding projects in Scratch - a step-by-step visual guide to coding your own animations, games, simulations, and more! by Woodcock, Jon, author.

Coding projects in Scratch - a step-by-step visual guide to coding your own animations, games, simulations, and more!

You can learn to create mind-bending illusions, crazy animations, and interactive artworks with this collection of Scratch projects! Woodcock shows you simple steps to becoming an expert coder, and helps you improve your coding skills so you can share games online.

Jul 30, 2016
Cold War spies by Goodman, Michael E.

Cold War spies

"A historical account of espionage during the Cold War, including famous spies such as Aldrich Ames, covert missions, and technologies that influenced the course of the conflict"--

Jul 30, 2016
Colonial cooking by Dosier, Susan, author.

Colonial cooking

"Discusses the everyday life, family roles, cooking methods, most important foods, and celebrations of the colonial period in American history. Includes recipes and sidebars"--

Jul 30, 2016