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    People and the Environment
    By: Jennifer Boothroyd
    An engaging look at the ways that people interact with plants and animals.
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: K-2    Lerner Publications    ©2008
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    Persians Are the Best!
    By: Elaine Landau
    What's that cat with the stocky body, short legs, and flat face? It's the Persian! Persians are fancy felines with glamorous long coats, and their personalities are just as appealing as their looks. Their owners think they are the best cats ever—and it’s easy to see why. If you're a Persian fan, you'll want to learn all about this breed, from its status as America's most popular cat to its history as a pretty pet in Persia. You'll also want to find out how to care for the Persian. So check out this go-to guide for Persian lovers—and learn all about why Persians are the best breed there is!
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: 2-4    Lerner Publications    ©2011
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    Peru
    By: Anna Cavallo
    Pack your bags! We’re headed to Peru. On this whirlwind tour, you’ll learn all about the country’s landscape, culture, people, and more. We’ll explore Peru’s seacoast, the jagged peaks of the Andes Mountains, and dense rain forests. We’ll discover an ancient city, taste a special meal called a pachamanca, and learn about the Festival of the Sun, a special weeklong celebration. A special section introduces Peru’s capital, language, population, and flag. Hop on board and take a fun-filled look at your world!
    Nonfiction    Social Studies    Grades: 2-4    Lerner Publications    ©2012
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    Pet Guinea Pig
    By: Robin Nelson
    An introduction to pet guinea pigs and their basic needs.
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: K-2    Lerner Publications    ©2003
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    Pet Hermit Crab
    By: Robin Nelson
    An introduction to pet hermit crabs and their basic needs.
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: K-2    Lerner Publications    ©2003
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    Programming Awesome Apps
    By: Heather Lyons    Illustrated By: Alex Westgate
    How do apps help us complete tasks, listen to music, play games, or find information? Like other computer programs, they use instructions known as code. Learn how to design, program, test, and publish your own app. Once you've figured out the basics of app creation, use the link in this book to go online and try out your new skills!
    Nonfiction    Math    Grades: 1-4    Lerner Publications    ©2018
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    Dirty Bombs and Shell Shock
    Biology Goes to War
    By: Leon Gray
    The British army swelled in size at the beginning of World War I. But many of these new recruits suffered from malnutrition and lacked the physical strength to serve on the front line. Doctors developed healthy diets and workouts for the soldiers and, within months, the army was ready to fight.

    Biology has always been an important part of war. Doctors use biology to keep troops healthy by treating wounds and effects of trauma. Biologists have developed weapons that use germs to spread deadly diseases. Warfare has led to incredible advances in biology and medicine. From blood transfusions to biological weapons, learn how doctors and biologists have changed the face of warfare!
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: 4-6    Lerner Publications    ©2018
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    Smoke Screens and Gas Masks
    Chemistry Goes to War
    By: Tim Ripley
    In the 1960s during the Vietnam War, US forces used a chemical substance called napalm to burn away the jungle in search of enemy soldiers. But when napalm came in contact with human skin, it caused horrific injuries. Its use in war became highly controversial.

    Chemistry has long been at the heart of warfare. The invention of gunpowder ninth-century China led to the development of guns, grenades, and other explosives. In World War I chemists created deadly poison gas—as well as gas masks to protect soldiers from enemy gas. From Greek fire to bulletproof vests, learn how chemistry has changed how wars are fought.
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: 4-6    Lerner Publications    ©2018
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    Robots, Drones, and RADAR
    Electronics Go to War
    By: Terry Burrows
    In 2011 unmanned drones flew high over Pakistan. Before anyone even knew the drones were there, missiles fired by these drones took out key terrorist targets. These drones were steered remotely by US Air Force pilots, stationed safely thousands of miles away at a base near Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Electronics didn't become part of warfare until the late nineteenth century. Electronics engineers developed radar to detect enemy ships and aircraft and sonar to help submarines navigate underwater. Computer scientists hope to develop artificially intelligent robot warriors that will replace human soldiers in dangerous combat situations. Read how electronics have shaped war in the modern world—and how they may change warfare in the future.
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: 4-6    Lerner Publications    ©2018
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    Hovercrafts and Humvees
    Engineering Goes to War
    By: Terry Burrows
    In 1944 during World War II, US and British engineers built a massive floating harbor. When soldiers from these countries landed in France to fight the Germans, ships towed the harbor to the French coast. Within days it was working to bring supplies to the soldiers.

    Engineering has always been an important part of war. Engineers have built defenses to protect soldiers, as well as roads and ships to move troops quickly. Engineers constructed huge castles—and also made giant catapults and battering rams capable of destroying castle walls. From the helicopter to the hovercraft, discover how military engineers have changed war on land, at sea, and in the air!
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: 4-6    Lerner Publications    ©2018
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    Coding to Create and Communicate
    By: Heather Lyons    Illustrated By: Alex Westgate
    How do you use computers? We can use computers to talk with other people, play games, and be creative. Discover how code tells computers when to send and receive messages, and learn how computer programs can help us create and share stories, music, and pictures. Then use your new knowledge and the link in this book to complete fun activities online!
    Nonfiction    Math    Grades: 1-4    Lerner Publications    ©2018
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    Jose Altuve
    By: Jon M. Fishman
    Jose Altuve is the superstar second baseman for the Houston Astros. But when he first tried out for the team, he was cut on the first day. People thought he was too short to be a professional baseball player. But Altuve didn't give up. In 2016, he won his second batting title and was voted Player of the Year. Altuve works incredibly hard to keep his body strong and quick—but he also loves to have fun. Learn how Altuve became one of baseball's best athletes and how he spends his time on and off the field.
    Nonfiction    Social Studies    Grades: 2-5    Lerner Publications    ©2018
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    Rob Gronkowski
    By: Jon M. Fishman
    Rob "Gronk" Gronkowski plays for the New England Patriots. In 2016, he became the all-time leader in career touchdown catches in the National Football League (NFL). He's been voted to the Pro Bowl and helped his team win Super Bowl XLIX. Gronkowski is a touchdown-scoring machine, but his life off the field is just as fascinating. Learn all about the sports family he comes from, how he trains and stays fit, how he helps his community, and more.
    Nonfiction    Social Studies    Grades: 2-5    Lerner Publications    ©2018
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    Programming Games and Animation
    By: Heather Lyons    Illustrated By: Alex Westgate
    Do you know how your favorite video game works? Computer instructions called code bring the characters, challenges, and stories in the game to life. Learn what animation is and how it works. Discover how games are designed, coded, and tested. Then try it out for yourself! Use the link in this book to complete fun online activities.
    Nonfiction    Math    Grades: 1-4    Lerner Publications    ©2018
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