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  • Honeybeesby Emily Neye; Tom Leonard

    Random House Children's Books 2016; US$ 3.99

    This Step 2 Step into Reading Science Reader teaches kids how honeybees make honey, build their hives, and . . . dance! Buzz-worthy facts will cross-pollinate beautifully with classroom learning. This reissued edition includes a new author?s note about Colony Collapse Disorder, the phenomenon threatening the honeybee population today.   Step 2 Readers... more...

  • What's the Buzz?by Merrie-Ellen Wilcox

    Orca Book Publishers 2015; US$ 9.99

    Part of the nonfiction Footprints series for middle readers, illustrated with many color photographs. Readers will discover why bees are important and how people are working to save them. more...

  • Seeking the Wolf Treeby Natalie Cleavitt; Marjorie Leggitt

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2015; US$ 9.99

    Old-time New England foresters coined the term ?wolf tree? for trees they saw as having the ability to ?eat? the sun and nutrients and prevent the growth of other trees. Today, however, we understand how wolf trees benefit wildlife. Join Aurora and Orion as they search for a wolf tree near Petersham, Massachusetts. more...

  • Moon Bearsby Mark Newman

    Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) 2015; US$ 14.24

    Who can stand upright like a person? Who smells honey from miles away? Who builds a nest in the trees? The moon bear! With their big round ears, moon-shaped crescents, and irresistible personalities, there is plenty to love about moon bears. Full of fascinating facts, this book is brought to life with stunning photographs by renowned wildlife... more...

  • It's Getting Hot in Hereby Bridget Heos

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2016; US$ 16.38

    This hard-hitting look at climate change tackles the past, present, and future of global warming, examining the effects it's having across the world, the politics behind denial, and the ways in which we can all work to lessen the harsh effects of our warming world. Perfect for young environmentalists looking to learn about the ways in which we can... more...

  • Green Cityby Allan Drummond

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) 2016; US$ 13.49

    In 2007, a tornado destroyed Greensburg, Kansas, and the residents were at a loss as to what to do next--they didn't want to rebuild if their small town would just be destroyed in another storm. So they decided they wouldn't just rebuild the same old thing; this time, they would build a town that could not only survive another storm, but one that... more...

  • Deep Rootsby Nikki Tate

    Orca Book Publishers 2016; US$ 9.99

    In this work of nonfiction, the role of trees in maintaining a vibrant ecosystem, as well as providing food, fuel and shelter, is depicted through photographs, personal stories and facts. more...

  • Tundraby Donna Latham

    Nomad Press 2010; US$ 5.99

    Investigating the planet?s biomes and examining the modern threats to each ecosystem, this interactive series challenges young readers to look at how their own actions influence the planet's health. With compare-and-contrast facts and vocabulary-building sidebars, each engaging guide reveals how environmental threatsboth human and naturalaffect plants... more...

  • What Does It Mean To Be Green?by Rana DiOrio; Chris Blair

    Little Pickle Press, Inc. 2010; US$ 8.99

    Drawing on two sides of your paper instead of just one. Walking to the park instead of getting a ride. Turning off the water while you brush your teeth. A young boy and girl explore all the different ways they can be Green over the course of a day. They discover lots of amazing facts (like our food travels an average of 1,500 miles to be on our plate!)... more...

  • Plastic, Ahoy!by Patricia Newman; Annie Crawley

    Lerner Publishing Group 2014; US$ 30.70

    Plastic: it's used to make everything from drink bottles and bags to toys and toothbrushes. But what happens when it ends up where it doesn't belong—like in the Pacific Ocean?. A team of researchers went on a scientific expedition to find out. They explored the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, where millions of pieces of plastic have... more...