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Children’s Book Review: Ellie, Engineer By Jackson Pearce

ELLIE, ENGINEER By: Jackson Pearce Published: January 16, 2018 Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens Fiction/Middle-Grade Ellie is a smart, young girl who likes “boy stuff” and “girl stuff”. She likes to build and create things, play soccer, get dirty, wear pretty skirts (with her tool belt, of course), and have tea parties with her best friend,…
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Children’s Book Review: National Geographic Kids Ultimate Dinopedia

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS ULTIMATE DINOPEDIA The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever By: Don Lessem Illustrated by: Franco Tempesta Published: October 10, 2017 Publisher: National Geographic Non-Fiction National Geographic is the powerhouse when it comes to resource books for children. This updated reference on dinosaurs covers every imaginable species you could ever imagine. Paleontologists have recently…
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Children’s Book Review: Scanorama Books By Anna Claybourne

SCANORAMA: AMAZING ANIMALS Slide…Scan…and Reveal By: Anna Claybourne Published: September 13, 2016 Publisher: Silver Dolphin Books Non-Fiction These fascinating books featuring amazing animals across our vast world are much more than just the typical non-fiction books. What sets them apart is the unique x-ray strip that lets you scan across the page to see inside…
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Children’s Book Review: Science Encyclopedia from National Geographic

SCIENCE ENCYCLOPEDIA Atom Smashing, Food Chemistry, Animals, Space, and More! Published: October 11, 2016 Publisher: National Geographic Non-Fiction Everything you ever wanted to know about Science is in this book. Nothing was left out and the photography is absolutely amazing. This is National Geographic at its best….taking a subject and sharing everything possible in an…
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Children’s Book Review: How Things Work By T. J. Resler

HOW THINGS WORK Discover Secrets and Science Behind Bounce Houses, Hovercraft, Robotics, and Everything in Between.  By: T.J. Resler Published: October 25, 2016 Publisher: National Geographic Kids Non-Fiction Does your child love to take things apart to see how they work? Do they constantly ask why or how something is made or created? Do you…
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