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Diego & The Porcupine By Natalie J Sanchez
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Have you ever had a sore throat? Diego woke up one morning and he thought he had a sore throat...but was it? And Why?? Enter into the world of Diego and the Porcupine to find out.
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Favorite Recipes of the San Diego Newlyweds By San Diego Newlyweds
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Favorite Recipes of the San Diego Newlyweds By San Diego Newlyweds
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The Butterflies of San Diego County By Kojiro Shiraiwa
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Introduction and identification guide for the butterflies of San Diego County, California. The book contains full color figures of butterflies found in San Diego County for easy identification. The... More > book also discusses butterfly biology and ecology. This is a kind of pictorial book - great for kids as well as general public.< Less
San Diego Zoo By Casey Miller
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Animal photographs taken at the San Diego Zoo
San Diego Travel Guide By Charlie Lynn
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A travel guide to San Diego for people who like the beach, but only from a distance.
San Diego Travel Guide By Charlie Lynn
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A travel guide to San Diego for people who like the beach, but only from a distance.
Birds of the San Diego River By Brandon Cohen
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The Birds of the San Diego River is a study by the senior students at Gary and Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech High where project-based learning (PBL) is practiced. This project is a collaboration of... More > Brandon Cohen, an environmental science teacher, and Blair Hatch, a multimedia teacher.< Less
Past & Present in San Diego By Britny Herrera et al.
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This book is a product of our investigation into dichotomies in our city. The 7th grade team at High Tech Middle Media Arts set out on a 23-mile trek through San Diego from Border State Field Park to... More > Juan Cabrillo National Monument in Point Loma. Along the way, we observed and documented dichotomies that we saw in our city. At first, we saw Water vs. Land and Dry vs. Wet as dichotomies, but deeper learning, we were able to see the differences between the past and present in San Diego.< Less

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