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  • Snails

    Margo Gates

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2013)
    Snails move pretty slowly. Maybe it's because they carry their homes on their backs, or because they have only one "foot" to work with. One thing is for sure: snails would have trouble moving at all if it weren't for the slime that helps them slide. See what it's like to move through life at a snail's pace in this title for young readers.
  • Raccoons

    Emily Green

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 8, 2010)
    Raccoons are clever scavengers that live in forests, prairies, marshes, and even cities. Readers will learn about the unique markings of raccoons, their diverse diets, and how they are able to live in many different habitats.
  • Germany

    Walter Simmons

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 8, 2010)
    For over a quarter century, Germany stood as a country divided. A huge concrete barrier known as the Berlin Wall physically divided the capital of Berlin. When the wall came down in 1989, Germany was reborn. Readers will learn what daily life is like today for the innovative and industrious people of Germany.
  • Kittens

    Colleen Sexton

    Paperback (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2009)
    After birth, it takes a kitten between seven and ten days to open its eyes. Soon after this, kittens develop quickly into very playful animals. Eager readers will see what kittens eat and how they play.
  • Super Cars

    Denny Von Finn, Full-color photography

    Paperback (Bellwether Media, Aug. 2, 2010)
    High speeds, superior handling, and sleek design are all features of super cars. Readers will learn about the history and technology of these extreme sports cars as well as how they are developed and used today.
  • Bears

    Emily Green

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 8, 2010)
    Easy-to-read text with full-color photographs introduce young readers to bears, including their physical characteristics, where they live, and what they eat.
  • Snow

    Ann Herriges

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2006)
    Snowflakes look white but are actually clear! They are pieces of falling ice. Discover how snow forms and falls and how every snowflake is intricate and unique.
  • Rocky Mountain Elk

    Rebecca Sabelko

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2018)
    Its a deer! Its a moose! No its a Rocky Mountain elk. From alpine meadows to desert valleys, these giant herbivores migrate with the seasons. Males grow brand-new antlers each year, and elk fur even changes color in winter. Young naturalists will be enthralled with this informative title. ""On the Menu"" features visually depict what each animal eats. Range maps and conservation status bars show common locations of animals and their levels of risk of endangerment. Size comparison diagrams use scale and comparison to show size. Informational sidebars show basic anatomy of animals to help identification in the wild.
  • Stick Crafts

    Betsy Rathburn

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Jan. 1, 2020)
    How do you make a stick sailboat that really floats? Or a stick birdhouse that birds really use? This book for young readers includes eight stick- and twig-based crafts that answer those questions and more. Fact-filled openers introduce step-by-step instructions for each craft. Special features including supply lists, craft, tips, and nature safety rules add even more guidance.
  • Garbage Trucks

    Mary Lindeen

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Sept. 1, 2007)
    Where does our garbage go after we throw it away? These huge machines pick up our garbage and transport it to landfills. Learn how garbage trucks lift garbage cans, pack down garbage, and get rid of their smelly cargo!
  • Beagles

    Sara Green

    Hardcover (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2008)
    Bred in England to be hunting dogs, Beagles have a reputation for tracking game. They are a member of the hound family and possess an incredible sense of smell. Readers will explore the history of Beagles and why they make great workers and pets.
  • The Tennessee Walking Horse

    Sara Green

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2011)
    The Tennessee Walking Horse is most popular in trail riding. With its smooth gait and relaxed temperament, it is an easy and enjoyable horse for people to ride. Hit the trails and read all about this breed's history, physical characteristics, and what it is used for today.