Riveting Nonfiction for Grades 3-5
You'll be amazed by all the excitement packed into these fabulous, fact-filled books! From the mysteries of nature, to the icy terrain of Antarctica, and all the way to the moon--we guarantee there is something here for you.
Grand Canyon2017 by Chin, JasonGet this item
This book is the next best thing to an actual trip to the Grand Canyon. The illustrations and accompanying text transport you to one of the the world's greatest wonders starting at its beginning, 1.8 million years ago, to the present day.
Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 112019 by Floca, BrianGet this item
Here is the story of the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon--a story of leaving and returning during the summer of 1969, and a story of home, seen whole, from far away by astronauts in their great machines.
111 Trees: How One Village Celebrates the Birth of Every Girl2020 by Singh, RinaGet this item
After the author, Sundar Paliwal, loses his mother as a child and then his own daughter later in life, he is determined to honor their lives--and the undervalued lives of all girls across India--by planting a tree for each girl born in his village. The result is truly inspiring!
When Elephants Listen with Their Feet: Discover Extraordinary Animal Senses2021 by Grundmann, Emmanuelle/ Dupont, Clemence (ILT)/ Woods, Erin (TRN)Get this item
All living things share the five senses, but what makes animals' senses more extraordinary than ours? This book is wonderful!
History of the World in Comics2020 by Panafieu, Jean-Baptiste deGet this item
If you love comics and graphic novels, this book is for you. A complete history of the world, told in the very best way. You'll be hooked from the beginning.
Race to the Bottom of the Earth: Surviving Antarctica2021 by Barone, RebeccaGet this item
A unique look into two momentous Antarctic races--one in 1911-12 and the other in 2018. The writing is so detailed you will feel like you are on the expeditions.
What Breathes Through Its Butt?2020 by Grossman, EmilyGet this item
Whether you like science or not, we all want to know what breathes through its butt! You'll learn to explain the unexplainable in this fun and fascinating book.
You Wouldn't Want to Live without Gaming!2019 by Pipe, JimGet this item
This series of books presents history and science in an exciting way, with pictures, infographics, quotes, and more.
Nicky & Vera: A Quiet Hero of the Holocaust and the Children He Rescued2021 by Sís, PeterGet this item
This is the story of Nicholas Winton, who helped find safe passage to Britain for more than 600 children from Czechoslovakia before the start of World War II--and one of the children he saved, named Vera. Fascinating maps and illustrations paint a vivid picture of this remarkable feat.
Unspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre2021 by Weatherford, Carole BostonGet this item
In 1921, a prosperous Black community in Tulsa, OK was the site of one of the worst race-motivated attacks on human life in our country's history. One hundred years later, we mourn and learn from what transpired there. This book honors the lives and dreams lost that day, and reminds us of the important work that remains.
Can You Hear the Trees Talking? Discovering the Hidden Life of the Forest2019 by Wohlleben, PeterGet this item
The awe-inspiring mysteries and magic of the forest can be found in this beautiful book that demonstrates how important the lives of trees are to maintaining the equilibrium of our world.
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