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Books published by publisher KidHaven Press

  • Inventors and Creators - Dr. Seuss

    P. M. Boekhoff & Stuart A. Kallen

    Hardcover (KidHaven Press, April 12, 2002)
    Having written such classic titles as The Cat in the Hat, Yertle the Turtle, and other uproarious tales, children's author Dr. Seuss is one of the most beloved storytellers of all time. Kidhaven's Dr. Seuss takes a fun and informative look at the life and work of Theodor Geisel the man the world knows as Dr. Seuss.
  • Seeds of a Nation - West Virginia

    Margaret Coull Phillips

    Library Binding (KidHaven Press, June 11, 2003)
    West Virginia begins with the story of the earliest native inhabitants and ends with the entry of West Virginia into the United States as the 35th state. The unique history of West Virginia is explored and the events that led to statehood are examined.
  • Shigeru Miyamoto: Nintendo Game Designer

    Jan Burns

    Library Binding (Kidhaven Press, May 5, 2006)
    Describes the life and accomplishments of the man who designed such blockbusting video games as "The Legend of Zelda," "Donkey Kong," and "Super Mario Bros."
  • Carrier Pigeons

    Judith Presnall

    Hardcover (Kidhaven Press, July 18, 2003)
    Using their mysterious homing ability, pigeons fly to their loft from great distances. Carrier pigeons made their greatest contribution during wartime when they flew over battlefields to deliver messages rolled into leg capsules. The birds also deliver blood samples and transport film cartridges. (20020601)
  • Animals in the Forest

    Visiting Fellow John Wood

    Paperback (Kidhaven, Jan. 15, 2018)
    Readers learn about the various animal species that live in the forest through this enlightening text. They discover what these animals eat, how they survive in the wild, and where they build their homes. This accessible and age-appropriate text captures what its like being an animal living in the forest and also supports elementary science curriculum topics, including habitats and adaptations. In addition, full-color photographs of these animals in their natural habitats provide readers with a clear and creative visual element. This text is sure to captivate students looking to expand their understanding of creatures living in the forest.
  • Feeling Jealous

    Kristy Holmes

    Library Binding (Kidhaven, Aug. 15, 2018)
    Why do we get jealous? What certain things do we get jealous about? These questions and more are addressed in this important text about having feelings of jealousy. Young readers are introduced to Green Eyed Bunny, who helps them navigate such a complex emotion. In this age-appropriate and relatable main text, readers learn to recognize and evaluate their own instances of jealousy. The fun, comic book design, creative illustrations, and full-color photographs add an appealing artistic element to this important topic, which teaches readers how to become more aware of their own feelings and how they express them.
  • Tapeworms

    Toney Allman

    Library Binding (Kidhaven Press, Sept. 29, 2003)
    With a complex and amazing life cycle, human tapeworms have baffled, horrified, and endangered populations everywhere in the world. These largest of parasites are examined, both as fascinating creatures and as threats to the public health.
  • Elephants

    Kris Hirschmann

    Library Binding (Kidhaven Press, Aug. 29, 2005)
    Describes why elephants may attack people, including detailed events of actual attacks that have occurred in Asia and the United States.
  • The World Trade Center

    Debbie Levy

    Hardcover (Kidhaven Press, June 10, 2005)
    Describes the design and construction of the World Trade Center's twin towers, their place in New York's commercial world, and their destruction in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
  • Returning Wildlife - River Otters

    John E. Becker

    Hardcover (KidHaven Press, April 12, 2002)
    Fur trapping, pollution, and wetlands development nearly pushed the North American River Otter into extinction. A determined effort to restore river otter habitat beginning in the 1970s has brought about a dramatic rise in the numbers and health of this fascinating animal.
  • From Fish Gills To Underwater Breathing

    Toney Allman

    Library Binding (Kidhaven Press, Oct. 23, 2006)
    Explains how fish breathe, and describes a new invention that may allow people to breathe like they do, without having to use the heavy tanks of air as divers to today.
  • Satoshi Tajiri: Pokemon Creator

    Lori Mortensen

    Library Binding (Kidhaven Press, Feb. 27, 2009)
    Describes the life and accomplishments of the creator of Pokâemon, discussing his childhood, diagnosis with Asperger's syndrome, and the success of his pocket monsters.