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CAPTAIN AQUATICA’S AWESOME OCEAN

Take to the seas with marine conservationist and shark researcher Captain Aquatica and her hammerhead shark sidekick, Fin, to explore the ocean’s wettest and wildest depths and get the latest facts from the field! Scientist Jessica Cramp illuminates her work … Continue reading

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THIS BOOK IS CUTE

This Book Is Cute! The Soft and Squishy Science and Culture of “Aww” by Sarah Wassner Flynn  Ever wonder why some creatures just make you want to cuddle them? Those adorable big eyes. Those floppy ears! And that soft velvety fur. Welcome … Continue reading

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UNDAUNTED

As a young scientist, Birute Mary Galdikas had a mission: to find and study the elusive orangutans of Borneo’s rain forest to help protect this amazing and elusive species.  Award-winning author Anita Silvey explores the life and legacy of this … Continue reading

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ALMANAC 2020

National Geographic Kids celebrates the 10th anniversary of this iconic series with a 2020 edition sure to fill those long summer days. Eleven eye-popping chapters are filled with games, resources, cool technology, and humor. Readers will also find interviews with … Continue reading

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Explorer Academy—The Falcon’s Feather

IT’S ANOTHER EDITION OF MARVELOUS MIDDLE GRADE MONDAY! A big splash was made in the fiction world last year when National Geographic Explorer Academy series began with THE NEBULA SECRET. Known for their non-fiction titles this was a bold move … Continue reading

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MAKE THIS!

As a youngster I was always picking up items off counters and tables, curious as to how they worked. My mom even gave me a nickname—The Fiddler. This new title from National Geographic Kids and Ella Schwartz would have kept … Continue reading

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The Poetry of US

Welcome to day two of my National Geographic for Kids Holiday Wish List.  You can check out day one here. Poet J. Patrick Lewis had an idea. Compile the best poems about the United States and its territories, especially those … Continue reading

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