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12 MARINE ANIMALS BACK FROM THE BRINK
by NANCY FURSTINGER
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Investigates animals brough back from the brink of extinction.

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THE NIGHT SKY
by KIMBERLY H HUTMACHER
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Explores the moon, the constellations and the motion of the planets.

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SUGAR GLIDER
by KAREN KENNEY
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Introduces readers to the sugar glider as a pet.

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Max Axiom explores how cell phones work while traveling through the Grand Canyon.

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BECAUSE OF WINN-DIXIE
by KATE DICAMILLO
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Ten-year-old India Opal Buloni describes her first summer in the town of Naomi, Florida, and all the good things that happen to her because of her big ugly dog Winn-Dixie.

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EXPLORING SPACE TRAVEL
by LAURA HAMILTON WAXMAN
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Explores the means astronauts use to reach outer space and examines how they train for space missions. Reveals what it is like to live and work in outer space and considers the future of space travel.

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HOW TO CATCH A BOGLE
by CATHERINE JINKS
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Birdie McAdam is tougher than she looks. She's proud of her job as apprentice to Alfred the Bogler, a man who catches monsters for a living. Hunting bogles isn't dangerous until children start to disappear.

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LUCKY LEOPARDS
by ALINE ALEXANDER NEWMAN
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Here are 3 short stories of injured or abandoned wild animals that were rescued by humans and returned to the wild.

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NO TALKING
by ANDREW CLEMENTS
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Its boys vs. girls when the nosiest, most talkative, and most competitive 5th graders in history challenge one another to see who can go longer without talking.

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TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING
by JUDY BLUME
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Peter Hatcher finds his demanding two-year-old brother, Fudge, an ever increasing problem, especially when he walks off with Peter's pet turtle, Dribble.

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WATER POWER
by PATRICIA NEWMAN
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Following a student conducting research, the reader learns about water power as an energy source. This exciting title includes how humans used water power in the past, how we use energy from water power today, and how we may use it in the future.

#12
WHAT ARE THE US REGIONS?
by MAUREEN PICARD ROBINS
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Examines the different regions in the United States--from the Southeast to the Midwest and the West--and offers information on their regional peculiarities.

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THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HUMPHREY
by BETTY G BIRNEY
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Humphrey, pet hamster at Longfellow School, learns that he has an important role to play in helping his classmates and teacher.

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SEARCH AND RESCUE DOGS ON THE JOB
by MILLER, MIRELLA S
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An in-depth look at search and resuce dogs at work and the amazing skills they learn to accopmlish their jobs. Different breeds are showcased throughout the book perfoming different Search and Rescue tasks.

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THE CASE OF THE SOLDIER'S GHOST
by BREZENOFF, STEVE
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After a ghost is spotted lurking avour Capitol City's American History Museum, it's up to Raining Sam, son of a museum employee, and his friends to solve the supernatural mystery before anyone gets hurt.

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WHAT IS THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE?
by HARRIS, MICHAEL
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A critical, yet enjoyable, look at the events that let up to the creation of the Declaration of Independence, the signers, and the documents today. Sidebars provide additional information to give context and deeper understanding to the history.

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