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Books published by publisher Heinemann/Raintree

  • The Oneida

    L. Gordon McLester, Elisabeth G. Torres, Herman J. Viola, David Jeffery

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Sept. 1, 2000)
    Describes the origin, history, lifestyle, religion, and traditions of the Oneida Indians, and discusses the influence of European contact and their possible future.
  • The Islamic World: From Its Origins to the 16th Century

    Monica Colombo

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Feb. 1, 1994)
    Book by Colombo, Monica
  • The President: America's Leader

    Mary Oates Johnson

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Nov. 1, 1992)
    A look at the office of the President of the United States describes his/her powers, who can become president, the roles of the president, presidents who have changed the office, wartime presidents, and more.
  • Bread Bakery

    Catherine Anderson

    Hardcover (Heinemann-Raintree, Sept. 15, 2005)
    Contents: Where does bread come from? What do they use to make bread? How is bread made? What happens next? When do they knead the dough? What kind of shapes are the bread? When do they bake the dough? How long does the bread bake? Where can you b
  • The Abominable Snowman

    Barbara Antonopulos

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Dec. 1, 1977)
    Briefly describes evidence that large ape-like creatures or Yeti live in the Himalaya Mountains.
  • Animals of the Oceans

    Stephen Savage

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Jan. 1, 1997)
    Describes the world's seas and oceans and the mammals, fish, reptiles, and invertebrates that live in them
  • I'm Good at Helping

    Eileen Day

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Aug. 1, 2003)
    Explains what it means and how it feels to be helpful, and shows how to help at home and in other locations.
  • Water Monsters

    Brian Innes

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Sept. 1, 1998)
    Describes sightings of unidentified water creatures, including the biblical Leviathan, sea serpents, and the monsters supposedly inhabiting various lakes
  • War and Conflict

    Jane Bingham

    Hardcover (Heinemann-Raintree, Jan. 15, 2007)
    Every region of the world has produced artwork inspired and influenced by war. Since ancient times, artists have created images of warriors, brave leaders, and battle-torn landscapes. Often, they have tried to alter their society's views on war through art. Using many different forms of expression, artists have created their own history of conflict. This book explains how art styles have developed through time, and how artists' techniques add to our understanding of their work. The subject of war and conflict is captured in a wide range of media, including photography, painting, sculpture, posters, textiles, and film. The information to help interpret works of art and understand the time in history in which they were created are included in this book.
  • Jonah and the Whale

    Catherine Storr, Barry Wilkinson

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, June 1, 1983)
    A simple retelling of Jonah's experiences after he disobeys God's command.
  • Earth Day

    Mir Tamim Ansary

    Paperback (Heinemann/Raintree, April 1, 2002)
    Introduces Earth Day, explaining what causes air pollution, how a river caught fire in 1969, and what can be done to help the Earth everyday.
  • The Sixth Sense and Other Special Senses

    Karen Hartley, Chris MacRo, Philip Taylor

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, April 1, 2000)
    Explores special senses, such as hunger, thirst, the sense of rhythm, the sense of balance, and special senses in animals such as their ability to find their way home.