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Animal: Exploring the Zoological World
Animal: Exploring the Zoological World. A new book Animal showcases the great variety of these depictions through 300 artworks.
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In each section the author describes subject-specific fiction and nonfiction materials and other books that will help readers make the transition from fiction to nonfiction.
Use the power of fiction and the imagination to draw students into the world of fact
Use the power of fiction and the imagination to draw students into the world of fact. Focusing on climate and weather, this resource connects popular fiction titles to related nonfiction titles that will fascinate young readers and build their scientific knowledge on themes of snow, hail, and ice; drought, dust, and dunes; clouds, rain, and floods; and hurricanes, tornadoes, and typhoons.
There's nothing like a good book of nonfiction to expand the mind-and the heart.
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Check out these international nonfiction titles coming out in the first half of.
Check out these international nonfiction titles coming out in the first half of the year. A new year means new books! Here's a list of the 16 works of nonfiction from authors outside of Canada we can't wait to read in 2019. How to Date Men When You Hate Men by Blythe Roberson. Blythe Roberson is an American comedian and author. This final volume by the late scientist and storyteller Oliver Sacks explores his passion for ferns, swimming and horsetails, to his final case histories exploring schizophrenia, dementia and Alzheimer's. The previously unpublished essays showcase his trademark wit, his stellar prose and his enduring passion for life.