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Bottlecap Little Bottlecap By Michelle Stitzlein
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Four art projects for children, families, schools and non-profits utilizing recycled, plastic bottle caps. Teachers and parents will enjoy this whimsical, colorful booklet that includes supply lists,... More > step-by-step instructions and photographs for Lollipop Flower Lawn Ornaments, Polka Garden Installations, Cap-By-Number Murals and Mod Magnets for the fridge.< Less
The Princess at the Keyboard: Why Girls Should Become Computer Scientists By Amanda Stent, Philip Lewis
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Are you a girl or young woman aged 13-18? If so, this book is for you! Amanda Stent and Philip Lewis have written a gentle, friendly and comprehensive introduction to computer science. Each... More > chapter covers one area of computer science and includes: examples of how the computer science works; sidebars that contain historical notes or ideas for you to explore; and biographies of women in computer science. The last chapter covers questions that you might have about becoming a computer scientist. We hope that after reading this book you will want to join us in studying this uniquely beautiful and practical subject.< Less
The Mothaich By Julie Hodgson
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In a land locked away in the deepest depths of one's memory Eight year old Essalina is taken on a journey and finds herself confronted with the virtuous and kind and the wickedest of the wicked. The... More > task she has to undertake shifts her world upside down and catapults her into a realm full of strange beings. The quest to outwit the evil Bruxa Ja'rh and the Zangada tribes is a hard one, and would take her on a journey to test her courage and wits. “The silence of the lands The shifting of time The gentle setting of the sun So soon it will be mine.< Less
Like Brothers By Dave Giffels
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Playing on the school basketball team never really seemed attainable to Ted Barker. In fact, until he met Coach Doug Brewer, Ted never really could see what the big deal was about being on a team.... More > With a little coaxing by his best friend Roach, Ted decides to try out for the seventh grade YellowJackets. Like Brothers takes you through a special season that introduces a boy to the true meaning of the word “team,” while also reconnecting with his father. Can Ted fit into a group of boys that went to the county playoffs last year? As the YellowJackets start to gel on the court, their friendships grow off the court as well. Ted realizes that being part of a team is much more than just playing ball together. See how the team helps each other through good times and bad, all while trying to reach their ultimate goal…to win a championship.< Less

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