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$8.95Tour Georgia through the lens of award-winning photographer Peter Beney.$7.95Enjoy this gorgeous bedtime counting story from acclaimed author-illustrator John Butler.$9.95 – $18.95Asking for help is only the first step.$7.99 – $16.95This lyrical tour of a variety of habitats offers young readers vivid glimpses of animals as they live out the hot season under the blazing sun.A lonely rabbit, a quiet pinecone, and their perfect bond are tested in this charming picture book about compassion and friendship from debut author-illustrator Sandra Salsbury.$9.95Just when you thought you could take birdwatching seriously again, Ben, Cathryn, and John Sill have taken another laugh-out-loud look through their bizarro binoculars. This time even the birdwatchers aren't safe.Observing, recognizing, and naming things will become an exciting adventure with The Big Book of Words for Curious Kids.$7.95 – $15.95This sensitive and often humorous book tells the story of an adolescent boy who begins to find himself after the people he has always depended on let him down.$17.95A young girl eagerly identifies and counts the birds she observes around her town during the New England Christmas Bird Count.$16.99Award-winning author-illustrator Susan Stockdale welcomes you to the Bird Show, showcasing nature’s most dazzling colors, diverse patterns, and fashionable feathered features! For budding birders and nature enthusiasts.$17.95The son of an enslaved blacksmith learns that his father is using the rhythm of his hammering to communicate with travelers on the Underground Railroad. When Pa falls ill, it is up to him to help others along the journey—and also lead his family’s escape.$15.95A boy without a dog—and a dog without an owner—find each other in this powerfully moving story of loneliness and redemption.$15.95These thirteen tales of the Southern Appalachians evoke with crystal clarity the natural world of this rural environment.$17.99A feisty little girl learns who the real monsters are in this brilliantly funny medieval adventure.$9.95 – $18.95Welcome to Laura Seeley's enchanting world of shadowboxes, where the ABCs spring magically to life.$7.99 – $15.95In this quirky twist on the fable The Boy Who Cried Wolf, a boy’s outrageous excuses turn out to have an unexpected element of truth.This warm-hearted book tells the tale of a misplaced boy and the cuddly teddy bears who raise him as one of their own.$7.95 – $16.95This humorous tale of a curious young boy and his single-minded quest for knowledge is a heartfelt and affectionate tribute to librarians everywhere.$16.95This hilarious genre-bending YA mystery will appeal to fans of M. T. Anderson, Douglas Adams, and Neil Gaiman.$16.95The Brain and his sidekick Sheldon McGlone encounter parallel universes, flying cows, carnivorous cuckoo clocks, and shrinking scientists in this new fast-paced adventure that features the silly side of physics.$14.95An independent-minded girl and her crotchety retired grandfather find common ground when they work together to build an airplane.$6.99 – $16.95Brightly colored, richly textured illustrations and an energetic rhyming text introduce young readers to distinctive birds and their unique qualities.$8.95"A black, smoking shell stood where our house had been. The barn that'd been near to twice as big as the house was nothing but a head of ashes too. 'Pa!' My voice cracked and floated up into the early morning sky. Eliza crept up behind me and slipped her hand into mine. ‘They're dead, ain't they, Jacob?'"$16.95The mystery of monarch butterfly migration is revealed in this sensitive, eloquent mother-daughter story.$15.95When Roxie heads off to Camp K-9 for a fun-filled summer, she's terrified that the poodle bully may discover her secret. But maybe some of the other dogs have secrets too...$7.99 – $16.95Join a tiny mouse as she searches for the biggest creature in the world.John Butler will delight the very young with this simple, interactive look at different animals and the way they move.This adorable read-aloud features appealing baby animals and a rhyming text that is sure to please.$15.95"Does a rainbow make a noise?" a deaf child asks a hearing friend. "No," he is told. "Some things don't need a noise. A rainbow is just the same for you and me."$7.95 – $15.95This gently quirky story of friendship features evocative artwork in classic Winnie-the-Pooh style.$7.95 – $15.95Animal parents carry their young in many different ways. Some tote babies on their backs. Others dangle them from their mouths or prop them on their shoulders.$17.99“Carter G. Woodson didn’t just read history. He changed it.” As the father of Black History Month, he spent his life introducing others to the history of his people.A new mystery based on a page from American history, featuring a trio of mischievous and determined young crime solvers.This second book in a the Cascade Mountain Railroad Mysteries series features a trio of mischievous and determined young sleuths set against the backdrop of early twentieth century America.The third book in the Cascade Mountain Railroad Mysteries series features a trio of young crime solvers and nonstop action set against the backdrop of early 20th century railroad expansion.It is 1926 in the remote camp town of Scenic, Washington, and ten-year-old Billy Cole is excited about the upcoming Fall Fish Fry fishing tournament and a visit from his cousin Mim.