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  • Once There Was a Seed

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    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, Jan. 1, 2009)
    The lifecycle of a seed seen through the eyes of a little girl and her green-fingered granddad.
  • Dealing With Crime

    Judith Anderson

    Library Binding (Smart Apple Media, Aug. 1, 2006)
    Debates various topics involving crime, including "Should prisons be used for treatment rather than punishment?", "Is it every adult's right to own a gun?", and "Should ID cards be introduced to tackle crime?"
  • Ways to Do Surveys

    Judith Anderson

    Library Binding (Smart Apple Media, Aug. 1, 2007)
    Provides examples of how surveys are conducted, from the observation of traffic patterns and shopping habits to collecting personal opinions and similar data, and describes how the results of surveys can be used to improve conditions.
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  • An Equal Chance for Girls and Women

    Judith Anderson

    Library Binding (Sea to Sea Pubns, Jan. 1, 2010)
    Discusses the issues girls and women face around the world in receiving equal education and treatment, and describes how nations are working both locally and internationally to improve conditions for women.
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  • Know the Facts About Personal Safety

    Judith Anderson

    Library Binding (Rosen Central, Sept. 1, 2009)
    In a perfect world, no one would need to be on guard for personal safety. Unfortunately, even in the smallest and sweetest of towns, there are many situations where people can get hurt because of the thoughtlessness or trespasses of others. This book explains ways that young readers can take care of themselves and avoid becoming a victim.
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  • Me and My Friends

    Judith Anderson

    Library Binding (Sea to Sea Pubns, Aug. 1, 2007)
    Uses letters children have written to an advice column to help students and readers realize that they are not alone, their problems are universal, and that solutions are easy and available.
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  • Ending Poverty and Hunger

    Judith Anderson

    Hardcover (Franklin Watts Ltd, June 14, 2007)
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  • Once There Was a Raindrop

    Judith Anderson, Mike Gordon

    Paperback (B.E.S. Publishing, March 1, 2010)
    Nature's Miracles titles encourage children to explore the natural world for themselves by observing nature's activities. The books also encourage kids to take part in activities of their own that promote a sense of responsibility toward the Earth's plants, animals, and natural resources. Each book presents a cheerfully illustrated story about children who explore nature's wonders. Notes for parents and teachers that follow each story suggest activities, further reading, and Web sites related to the book's theme. Color illustrations on every page. When this story's children grow curious about falling rain, their teacher explains how rain flows into drains and streams, and finally into the sea. Then the sun heats the water and some of it rises into the atmosphere, where once again it falls as rain or snow.
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  • Looking at Settlements

    Judith Anderson

    Library Binding (Smart Apple Media, Aug. 1, 2007)
    Discusses how and why such settlements as villages and cities are founded and change over time, and describes the types of housing, jobs, stores, resources, services, and transportation that are offered in different settlements.
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  • Once There Was a Seed

    Judith Anderson, Mike Gordon

    Paperback (B.E.S. Publishing, March 1, 2010)
    Nature's Miracles titles encourage children to explore the natural world for themselves by observing nature's activities. The books also encourage kids to take part in activities of their own that promote a sense of responsibility toward the Earth's plants, animals, and natural resources. Each book presents a cheerfully illustrated story about children who explore nature's wonders. Notes for parents and teachers that follow each story suggest activities, further reading, and Web sites related to the book's theme. Color illustrations on every page. The little girl in this story plants seeds with her grandfather, and then tends her new plant, giving it water and sunlight. Gradually it develops a stem, and then sprouts leaves and flowers, which are visited by insects that carry the flowers' pollen to create new plants.
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  • War and Conflict

    Judith Anderson

    Library Binding (Amicus, July 1, 2010)
    "Discusses the media treatment of conflicts and wars worldwide, including issues of media pressure, biases, propaganda, and scandals"--Provided by publisher.
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  • Dealing With Crime

    Judith Anderson

    Hardcover (Franklin Watts Ltd, Oct. 27, 2005)
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