12 Results
12 Results
Night train, night train —Burleigh, Robert, author.
Book
2018
6 available of 11 items

Told in rhyming text, a train speeds through the night, revealing the sights and colours along the way to its young and sleepy riders.

The magic of letters —Johnston, Tony, 1942- author.
Book + CD
2019
1 available of 2 items

Illustrations and easy-to-read text reveal the secrets of letters, including their power to create words of all kinds.

Wild orca : the oldest, wisest whale in the world —Peterson, Brenda, 1950- author.
Book
2018
1 available of 3 items

Mia, her family, and friends gather in the San Juan Islands for Orca Sing, hoping that 105-year-old Granny, the oldest orca, will return with the pods she watches over. Includes facts about Granny and orcas.

Daylight starlight wildlife —Minor, Wendell, author.
Book
2015
10 available of 12 items

"An introduction to diurnal (daytime) and nocturnal (nighttime) animals"--Provided by publisher.

This is the earth —Shore, Diane ZuHone.
Book
2016
9 available of 9 items

Shows the ways in which humans have affected the environment, ways in which humans can care for the planet, and how every action taken has an impact on the Earth.

How to be a bigger bunny —Minor, Florence Friedmann, author.
Book
2017
7 available of 7 items

When her older siblings go on an adventure without her, little Tickles the bunny reads from her book, "How to Be a Bigger Bunny," and winds up on an adventure of her own before she is challenged to summon up the courage ...

Jack London and the Klondike gold rush —Lourie, Peter, author.
Book
2017
3 available of 3 items

"A middle grade biography of Jack London that sheds light on how he drew upon adventure and life experience to create works of literature"-- Provided by publisher.

Sequoia —Johnston, Tony, 1942- author.
Book
2014
2 available of 2 items

Trapped! : a whale's rescue —Burleigh, Robert, author.
Book
2015
5 available of 5 items

In the icy waters of the Pacific, a massive humpback whale unexpectedly finds herself tangled in a net abandoned by fishermen. When a rescue boat and a convoy of divers arrive to help the struggling humpback, a realistic...

How big could your pumpkin grow? —Minor, Wendell, author, illlustrator.
Book
2013
1 available of 1 items

"Playing with concepts of size and scale, giant pumpkins decorate some of America's most famous landmarks and landscapes."-- Provided by publisher. Includes facts about the places and events pictured.

Ben's Revolution : Benjamin Russell and the battle of Bunker Hill —Philbrick, Nathaniel, author.
Book
2017
1 available of 1 items

Twelve-year-old Benjamin Russell of Boston experiences the Revolutionary War from the Boston Tea Party of 1773 through the Declaration of Independence in 1776. Includes historical note.

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